Microsoft Classic Intellimouse (Gray)

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Microsoft Classic Intellimouse (Gray)
Key Features
  • Wired USB Connection
  • Microsoft BlueTrack Sensor
  • Up to 3200 dpi
  • 5 Buttons
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Navigate Windows 10 with the comfort and precision of the gray Microsoft Classic Intellimouse.
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Microsoft Classic Intellimouse Overview

Navigate Windows 10 with the comfort and precision of the gray Microsoft Classic Intellimouse.

The Classic Intellimouse offers some modern improvements to its inspiration, the Microsoft Intellimouse 3.0. The classic ergonomic design features five buttons, three of which can be customized. The mouse connects to your computer via a wired USB connector. Housing a Microsoft BlueTrack sensor, the Classic Intellimouse can track on glass surfaces and provide a dpi range of up to 3200. The tail light is a clean, modern white color, letting you know that the Classic Intellimouse is plugged in.


The Microsoft BlueTrack sensor works on glass surfaces
Connects via a USB 2.0 port
Five buttons, three of which are customizable, including left and right click, and scroll wheel button
Vertical scrolling
1000 Hz polling rate
Windows 10, 8.1, 8, and 7 compatible (customization of buttons not available on Windows 10 S)
UPC: 889842230871

Microsoft Classic Intellimouse Specs

Scroll TypeScroll Wheel
Polling Rate1000 Hz
Number of Buttons5
Hand OrientationRight
LED IlluminationNone
Full-Functionality OS SupportWindows
ConnectorUSB Type-A
LED IndicatorConnection
Dimensions (L x W x H)5.2 x 2.7 x 1.7" / 13.2 x 6.9 x 4.3 cm
Weight3.4 oz / 0.1 kg
Packaging Info
Package Weight0.565 lb
Box Dimensions (LxWxH)6.9 x 3.95 x 2.9"
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Does this work on Mac?

Does this work on Mac?
Asked by: DORIS
It works fine. No special software needed. It's a standard human-interface device that will work on any platform from the last 20 years.
Answered by: Gavin
Date published: 2020-01-28

Is there a USB-C version?

Is there a USB-C version?
Asked by: Gavin
I would think not. USB-C is relatively common, but USB type A ports are far more ubiquitous on most devices where you would want to use a mouse (PCs, Macs, laptops). In my experience, few systems have more than one USB-C port, and a dock or multi-port adapter is required to make the most of that port
Answered by: Anonymous
Date published: 2020-01-25
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