Orbit x-y Ball Tracker Xerox Star Mystery mouse - wheels instead of a ball Hawley Mark II X063X Lisa mouse Gibson light pen Logitech P7 Mouse Systems Optical M1 Mac M0100 serial Tablet with stylus Microsoft 'Dove bar' Internet scroll mouse Kensington Trackball notebook Trackball joystick 2-button mouse scrolling 2-button mouse NeXT mouse Kidz mouse Macintosh mouse

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Dépraz Mouse

Introduction to the P4 Dépraz mouse
Dépraz/Digimouse mouse

Depraz mouse photo used by permission from an eBay seller jlightning1
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Dépraz mouse photo © Steven Kennedy

Depraz mouse photo from Wikipedia user Stéphane Magnenat

Smaky mouse photo by Wikimedia user Stéphane Magnenat (User:Nct) licensed under Creative Commons Attribution ShareAlike 2.5

Smaky Comuter and Depraz mouse
Smaky-100 computer photo from Wikipedia by Rama & Musée Bolo licensed under Creative Commons Attribution ShareAlike 2.5

Dépraz Mouse Patent 282848

Depraz mouse Mouse Patent 282848

The Depraz Mouse enjoyed continued life after it split off from Logitech, its first marketer. It was used on the developer, Jean-Daniel Nicoud's, own designed Smaky computer and the Suncom Crystal Mouse is clearly a transparent Dépraz mouse case rebranded with an apt name.

Logitech Mouses

P4 Mouse
Dépraz mouse
Dépraz/Digimouse
Transparent Dépraz

Depraz mouse photo used by permission from eBay seller jlightning1
Dépraz Mouse photo © Steven Kennedy

Depraz Mouse photo from eBay seller jlightning1
Dépraz Mouse photo © Steven Kennedy

Depraz Mouse Patent 282848

Depraz Mouse Patent 282848

External Links

-André Guignard - Wikipedia
-Jean-Daniel Nicoud - Wikipedia
-A white P-4 Dépraz Mouse - Wikispaces
-Smaky computer and mouse - Wikipedia
-Logitech - internet-story.com
-René Sommer dies - WRS