Microsoft Natural Wireless Laser Mouse 6000
Don't think for a second the irony is lost on us. Today's giveaway is a Microsoft *ahem* Natural Wireless Laser Mouse 6000, Game Precision Series. This prize was generously donated and we know some of you secretly use MS products on the side, and for you folks, today is your lucky day.
Tracking Method: Laser
- Laser technology for precise mouse tracking on many surfaces.
- Magnifier lets you see more detail, just point and press to enlarge screen image.
- 5 Customizable buttons for easy navigation.
- Designed for either right- or left-handed use.
- Thin, flexible USB cable is easily maneuverable.
One randomly drawn winner will be chosen to receive today's prize. And if you win and are offended by the MS offering today, you can let me know once I contact you and I'll hook you up with a couple of Linux Journal t-shirts instead.
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