The name for the mouse that was distributed with Apple's first mouse-controlled computer called the Lisa System (pre-Macintosh) in 1983. The Lisa Mouse (model no. A9M0050) used a steel ball (instead of the rubber ball found in more modern mice), and was rectangular in shape with a raised front panel, and contained a single mouse button.
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