Commodore mouse 1350/1351
The design looks a little impractical, but fells surprisingly good when in use. The mouse makes sense especially with the graphical operating system GEOS and had to be purchased separately.
Here is the comparison of the Amiga mouse with C64 mouse 1351: They differ on the nameplate and the plug. On the right the Amiga mouse with larger plug and on the left the C64 mouse 1351.
The back: small nameplate and the mouse ball cover. From time to time you have to open it and clean it from collected dirt. The 1351 model is clearly written on the bottom, while the 1350 and Amiga mice seems to only have only written complex part numbers on them (no model number). But you can also distinguish the C64 mouse on its shorter plug.
3D ModelYou can change the perspective, zoom and also change the lighting. Due to the ability to rotate the model in 3D, a current Adobe Reader (version 8.0 or better) provided. You can download the required software from the manufacturer's website for free .
This 3D model is © Stefan Egger!
The shown devices are in the collection!