Netvista Sucks Customer Reviews and Feedback
NetVista is an umbrella name for a variety of products manufactured by IBM. The Software Suite was introduced in April 1996 as a client-server software suite, with the server software running on OS/2, and the client software on Windows 3.1 and Windows 95. Meant to provide Internet access to K-12 users, it included such things as a web browser, nanny software, and other internet utilities, including a TCP/IP stack.
The following review on cnet.com talks about some disappointing features, "The only truly disappointing NetVista A series component was the mouse, a two-button, ball-equipped throwback to the preergonomic early '90s. We'd suggest a third-party optical replacement with a scroll wheel. The IBM keyboard is boringly average, a disappointment from the company that used to offer keyboards with unmatched tactile feedback."