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Nidd Valley DigiMouse

This Nidd Valley Digimouse is compatible with BBC C, B+ and Master Series.

It was designed to fit comfortably in the hand to give positive and stable movement control. Features three independent keys which can all be programmed or independent use, or by switching the linear lock you can use the two outer keys to draw perfectly straight lines freehand in either X or Y directions.

Supplied with a 1.5 metres cable designed to trail behind the mouse, leaving a clear work area for free movement.

Comes with Grafik Mouse software for a user-friendly introduction to Computer Aided Design. Allows you to create your own designs for technical drawing header screens, poster layout, flow charting illustrating, forms, technical reports and many other graphics applications.

Date : 1986

Manufacturer : Nidd Valley Products Ltd

Format : Input Device - Mouse

Physical Description : Cardboard box (printed) Plastic tray Mouse GRAFIK for Digimouse floppy disc, in wallet Operating Instructions Cassette tape Cassette case

This exhibit has a reference ID of CH32513. Please quote this reference ID in any communication with the Centre for Computing History.

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