The right and left click button plateOn Microsoft's Wireless Notebook Optical Mouse 3000, the right and left click buttons are actually part of the same assembly. Here you can see the bottom side of the single piece of plastic that serves as the mouse's right and left click buttons.
Erik Eckel owns and operates two technology companies. As a managing partner with Louisville Geek, he works daily as an IT consultant to assist small businesses in overcoming technology challenges and maximizing IT investments. He is also president of Eckel Media Corp., a communications company specializing in public relations and technical authoring projects.