Belkin Nostromo n30 Game Mouse - Was £19.99 now £7.49 Delivered @ Play - HotUKDeals
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TouchSense technology from Immersion lets your n30 GameMouse transform digital information into physical sensations. In a game, it gives you realistic responses as you play. Feel gun blasts, your motorcycle's impact on hitting the ground, or your car hitting a wall. It adds a something extra to your desktop, creating multiple vibrating sensations as you navigate desktop levels and menus, documents and web pages.


Battle Wing provides enhanced grip and movement efficiency like no other mouse
N30 is especially designed as a precision gaming tool that will help and enhance gamer's performance
TouchSense Technology from Immersion
Three Buttons
Scroll Wheel
Innovative Wing for enhanced grip and easy button access
Rugged, aggressive feel
Versatile gaming tool can also be used as standard Windows mouse for all of your desktop navigation needs
Bundled with Immersion Desktop, which will add touch sensations to your desktop. When moving your cursor around your desktop, over icons and thru menu items, you will feel sensations like pops, impulses and textures
Compatible with Windows 98, 2000, Millennium
Product Description: Belkin Nostromo n30 Game Mouse
Device Type: Mouse
Connectivity Technology: Wired - USB
Buttons: Qty 3
Features: TouchSense technology, scrolling wheel
Cables Included: 1 x mouse cable - integrated
OS Required: Microsoft Windows 98, Microsoft Windows 2000, Microsoft Windows Millennium Edition
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'Compatible with Windows 98, 2000, Millennium'. Strikes me as being a bit of an obsolete device. I wonder how long these have been sitting in a warehouse?

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