Black Wireless Optical Mouse?

Can anyone advise me as to a good manufacturer and/or model black wireless optical mouse? Your suggestions are appreciated, thanks!
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  1. Logitec makes the best mice and keyboards. I very sure that some of the mice are avaliable in black.
  2. Heres one <A HREF="http://www.sears.com/sr/product/summary/productsummary.jsp?BV_SessionID=@@@@0075651213.1033811135@@@@&BV_EngineID=ccgjadcggkdjlgdcehgcemgdffmdfil.0&vertical=SEARS&pid=00348163000&sid=I0033900010000200088" target="_new">example</A> of a Logitech combo.

    <font color=red><b>We all love disassembling things to see how it works,
    but who wants to put it back together again?
  3. that is exactly what i have, it is a sort of grayish black and is very cool.
  4. I have the same combo, only my mouse is grey, I did'nt know about the black mouse at the time I ordered mine.

    <font color=red><b>We all love disassembling things to see how it works,
    but who wants to put it back together again?
  5. I was actually considering this and a few other Logitech combos, wanted some extra input on it. I got another question though, as far as maintaining these... if the keyboards gets too dirty after a period of time can you clean it easily? or do you just have to buy a new one, with my current PS/2 keyboard I just buy a new one as it's only like $10. Thanks again for your input.
  6. Na, just buy a can of compressed air, like Endust Duster, and unscrew the screws on the back side, pull off the top plate, and spray w/ compressed air. Thare is a protective lair undeneath the keypad itself.

    I don't think you would want to spend 100 bucks everytime it got dirty, Endust is only 4 bucks a can:)

    <font color=red><b>We all love disassembling things to see how it works,
    but who wants to put it back together again?
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