Wireless mouse for Linpus AAO?

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    vautrin44

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    Does anyone knows of a wireless mouse that will work with our Linpus AAO?
    I already tried to use the Bluetooth Logitech Di Novo Mini with no success.
     
    vautrin44, Oct 23, 2008
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    cpchan

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    Any USB cordless mouse will work. Alternatively try using a micro Bluetooth USB dongle. The AA1 does not have onboard Bluetooth support.
     
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    Thanks. I'll try others.


    However, regarding the DiNovo Mini, I tried it using the included USB Bluetooth dongle, with no success. I also found a nice article regarding the DiNovo Mini and Linux, for those who are experienced with Linux and decide to install the DiNovo Mini:

    http://home.att.net/~Tom.Horsley/mini.html
     
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    diverduck1994

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    Yeah i have the Microsoft Wireless notebook optical mouse 3000. It works better in linpus than windows. Mounts every time. While my vista machine recognizes it about 1 out 3 times.
     
    diverduck1994, Oct 24, 2008
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    Luke Piewalker

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    I use a logitech one with no problems. Although I prefer my marble mouse trackball.
     
    Luke Piewalker, Oct 24, 2008
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    I use a Logitech V220, works fine with AA1 and Linpus.
     
    duablo, Oct 24, 2008
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