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In 2000, Logitech introduced a “tactile mouse” that contained a small actuator to make the mouse vibrate. Such a mouse can augment person-interfaces with haptic feedback, such as giving feedback when crossing a window boundary. To surf by contact requires the person to have the ability to feel depth or hardness; this ability was realized with the primary electrorheological tactile mice however never marketed. Another kind of mechanical mouse, the “analog mouse” (now typically thought to be out of date), makes use of potentiometers quite than encoder wheels, and is usually designed to be plug compatible with an analog joystick. The “Color Mouse”, originally marketed by RadioShack for their Color Computer (but also usable on MS-DOS machines equipped with analog joystick ports, provided the software program accepted joystick enter) was one of the best-identified example.

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