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Thread: Packard Bell PS2 Mouse - RARE model 160295

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    Default Packard Bell PS2 Mouse - RARE model 160295

    Cleaned, tested and it works great! No yellowing. Super clean. I haven't been able to find this model anywhere on eBay. The buttons have a much different look than the typical PB mice I've seen. $20 plus shipping from 80138. Thank you.

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    If you hold that mouse upside down, it really looks.. Well.. Inappropriate. Its hilarious.

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    Oh my god that is a hilariously ugly mouse.
    = Excellent space heater

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    Anyone interested at all? Feel free to make an offer...

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    $15 plus shipping?!?
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    $10 plus shipping or trade?!? Anyone?!?
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    idk man I've been curiously watching this thread but to me it really is a fairly ugly mouse as PS2 mouses go, id say just put it in a sock drawer, thats what i did with my (less interestingly designed) packard bell mouse

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    If it was serial Id buy it, I dont nearly have enough serial mice.

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    I'll throw in a serial adapter for FREE
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    I have had shoddy success with those adapters.

    Honestly your best bet is to shelve it until you had a packard bell (any model really) to sell and just include that in the bundle. Its packard bell, who is going to know for sure what they were using (until acer bought them anyway)

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