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Is there anywhere I can purchase it? I prefer brand new and boxed...

I live in Australia though

Do you know an adress (as in web address )?
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What kind of pro mouse are you after? Cause I'm an Aussie and can try to help you out.
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What kind of pro mouse are you after? Cause I'm an Aussie and can try to help you out.
The mouse called Pro Mouse...it is this transperrent optical mosuse that came out with g4 or something. It has one button but the actuall mouse is the button where you just push down...it is the old version of the official mac mouses. If not i will have to buy Mighty Mouse, if of course, that works as one buttoner...I need a simple mouse for my mum to use.
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They haven't made those in a couple of years.

You can try eBay...sometimes people who got one with a computer just put them in a drawer and never used them... or you can try to find a similar mouse.
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bittenapple - Thanks. I didn't know that. I never owned a mac with that mouse. I totally skipped them.

And I agree with technologist here. Ebay or other various computer stores might be your best bet.
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