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Uploaded: 24.10.2008 20:02
Categories: Mice and Mousepads

Yariko - Red was too ordinary colour so I changed the LEDs in the mouse to bright-white. Works very well. Now when the white LEDs are shi

Red was too ordinary colour so I changed the LEDs in the mouse to bright-white. Works very well. Now when the white LEDs are shining through the red plastic it looks kinda orange :)

Hmm.. What next, maybe a fan inside the mouse?

Mouse: Microsoft IntelliMouse Explorer 3.0

Sorry about bit bad quality of photo, I had to use aperture F/1.8 so only very small area is focused.


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16.04.2009 21:16 BenaHWell. It's not so heavy and the right click is bit too sensitive. Well only good thing in this mouse is that it performs quite well in gaming. :D
16.04.2009 21:13 YarikoThough I prefer my old and well served Logitech Mx500 more than this piece of crap plastic-scheisse. But this is good mouse for "modding" as there is really much space inside.
16.04.2009 21:11 BenaHSame mouse here. :D
24.10.2008 20:42 JiikaxFan fan fan! And change that other red led to bright one :)
24.10.2008 20:10 petexIf you can find the resistor of the leds, you could change it to resistor with lower resistance because white leds accept higher voltages as red ones.