Apple Macintosh Mouse Model M0100 for 1984 Original Mac 128K 512K TESTED Beige For Sale

Apple Macintosh Mouse Model M0100 for 1984 Original Mac 128K 512K TESTED Beige


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Apple Macintosh Mouse Model M0100 for 1984 Original Mac 128K 512K TESTED Beige:
$120

Nice clean tested working 1980's Apple Model M0100 one-button beige mouse for original Macintosh computers. The original Mac mouse was this beige color to match orginal Macintosh 128K, 512K, 512Ke, and early Mac Plus, later versions were a lighter Apple "platinum" color to match later Mac systems. This mouse can be used with any early Mac 128K, 512K, Plus, SE, etc. that use this connector. Photos of exact itembuyer will receive.

Excellent extremely clean cosmetic condition, fully tested and working, clean, detailed and ready to use with your Mac. Roller ball was removed and cleaned and rolls smoothly. Mouse tested with a Mac 128K and cursor moves properly on screen and button works fine too. Cable securely attached with 9-pin connector on the end with Apple logo. Some discoloration to the plastic from age as seen in photos, bottom is a little lighter than top half. From smoke-free dry use and storage.

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