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Quite possible. As your mouse (from my research, anyway) doesn't have any way of changing the wireless signal channel or frequency, you may find it easier just to opt for a new mouse. To ensure it doesn't conflict, you may also want to think about getting a bluetooth mouse (and a bluetooth dongle if needed) rathe than a conventional wireless one.
Posted on May 27, 2008
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