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What you need to know about Microsoft's BlueTrack mouse

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5/18/2009 04:00 AM EDT
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David Carey
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re: What you need to know about Microsoft's BlueTrack mouse
David Carey   6/8/2009 5:29:27 PM
Whoops - my bad.... the correct brand is Microchip in the mouse analyzed, though given standardization I suppose it could be either depending on the build run (Atmel's 32kbit AT24C32 seems to be pin-compatible with the extra of a WP on pin 7). Anyway, thanks for the eagle-eye! David Carey

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