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Thread: Seen: AT&T 6300 Mouse

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    Default Seen: AT&T 6300 Mouse

    Not my auction: http://www.ebay.com/itm/232191541445

    This is a reasonable price for a brand new AT&T mouse (connects to keyboard, has 9-pin connector) with software and materials.
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    With well over 5 days to go the question is whether the price will remain reasonable.
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    I think it might, since it's been relisted a few times. I would get it myself except I don't want to own more 6300 mice than 6300 system units (cash flow problem, as always
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    I own a 3 button AT&T mouse, wasn't aware there was a 2 button version as well. Do you know if this was sold before or after the three button model, or if they were sold alongside each other as different options for the system?
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    The Logitech one I have is 3-button, but the first 6300 mouse was 2-button. The Draw/Writer software that came with it shows a diagram with two buttons.
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    I read these messages here. I assume a standard Microsoft serial mouse will not work through the keyboard port. Is that correct?

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    Correct, the signaling is different.
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    I believe that the AT&T mouse is a simple quadrature affair (sends X- and Y- encoder signals) much like the Atari ST (and others) mouse. No intelligence whatsoever.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Chuck(G) View Post
    I believe that the AT&T mouse is a simple quadrature affair (sends X- and Y- encoder signals) much like the Atari ST (and others) mouse. No intelligence whatsoever.
    Which in that case is essentially a BUS mouse.
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    I have seen Logitech p7 mice on eBay, however, each are showing a din plug. There is a din to serial connector, however, after reading Chuek(G)'s input. I am wondering if these are or are not cappatiable. Also, I did have a MS bus mouse that interferred with the video, so it was removed. I wanted a mouse to work with a plan to use MS windows 3.0 on the system. Any comments appreciated.

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