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Black Optical Scroll Mouse With Blue LED - USB @ Ebuyer free super saver delivery £1.84

£1.84 @ Ebuyer
# Optical USB # State-of-the-art advanced optical # Economic design, comfortable control # Optimum size to avoid fatigue after long periods of use # Tranquil-design wheel and easy control on most … Read More
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# Optical USB
# State-of-the-art advanced optical
# Economic design, comfortable control
# Optimum size to avoid fatigue after long periods of use
# Tranquil-design wheel and easy control on most surfaces
# four contact points to reduce resistence and ensure excellent mobility
# no need to clean the mouse parts and no need to use a mouse pa
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#1
sounds like a good bargain to me especially if that is with free del. heat given.
#2
That's a really great price for a mouse, always good to have as a spare! HEAT!!:)
#3
Thanks was after a spare one just in case this one here go wrong.
#4
Thanks for the heat and good comments guys.
#5
Bargain! Nice find, will be ordering myself one.
#6
Was about to post this after placing my order for 10. Our work have loads of old ball mice, these will be much better.
#7
# Tranquil-design wheel and easy control on most surfaces

A mouse that isn't tranquilly designed? I've never heard such a thing, lol. They do put some rubbish in descriptions for this stuff, saw a post for GFX card that had a powerfully edged design WTF does that mean? You'll cut yourself on it? lol

Anyway, back to the deal, heated as it's a top price may get myself one as a spare.
banned#8
this would get much hotter if the price was in the title
#9
http://www.ebuyer.com/product/132133# If anyone is interested have ordered with this keyboard as spares £2.49


http://image.ebuyer.com/UK/R0132133-01.jpg

Can't beat £4.33 for a new keyboard and mouse...
#10
Bargain for me, thanks very much. heat added. :thumbsup:
banned#11
note that its quite a small mouse and not suitable for a desktop tower thats placed on the floor as the cable probably wont reach

Size:

10.1cm x 5.5cm

cable length : 140cm
#12
will this mouse work with MacBook ?
#13
This looks identical to a dell branded mouse I have - and that's great.

Hot - this and the keyboard are useful for replacing the poor kb & mouse supplied with the otherwise excellent acer revo.
#14
csiman
note that its quite a small mouse and not suitable for a desktop tower thats placed on the floor as the cable probably wont reach

Size:

10.1cm x 5.5cm

cable length : 140cm


Yeah it is essentially a "notebook" mouse but I use on on my desktop as I prefer the smaller mouse and the lead is fine, but I guess it depends how far away it is, you can also get usb extension leads I had one free with something, but if you need to buy an extension kind of negates the point and may as well buy a normal mouse.
#15
mane1034
will this mouse work with MacBook ?


Yes it definitely will
#16
Just ordered! Great as a spare.

HEAT & REP ADDED!
banned#17
d_dixon50;7019802
Yeah it is essentially a "notebook" mouse but I use on on my desktop as I prefer the smaller mouse and the lead is fine, but I guess it depends how far away it is, you can also get usb extension leads I had one free with something, but if you need to buy an extension kind of negates the point and may as well buy a normal mouse.

yep, that was what I was trying to get at :thumbsup:
#18
I am using this mouse and its really jumpy and has a mind of its own ... when you left click it never seems to jump about and clicks onto anything. OK for a back up not good for everyday use. Or maybe I just have a dodgy one,
#19
Starrysky
I am using this mouse and its really jumpy and has a mind of its own ... when you left click it never seems to jump about and clicks onto anything. OK for a back up not good for everyday use. Or maybe I just have a dodgy one,


I'd say that sounds dodgy to me and also makes a difference on the type of surface you have the mouse on. I can't comment for sure as I don't have this mouse (although ordered) but I have one very similar looking and it's been fine, just ordered as a backup.
#20
Can't get free delivery to my area :-(
#21
very good deal, but I wouldnt go back to using an optical after using a laser mouse:thumbsup:

this ones only a tenner: http://www.ebuyer.com/product/114181
#22
splatsplatsplat
very good deal, but I wouldnt go back to using an optical after using a laser mouse:thumbsup:


I used a laser for a bit, didn't like it at all, kept freezing and jumping around, swapped back to optical, happy days. Probablty just had a faulty one but it's the case of once bitten yadda yadda

Also what's a tilt wheel?
#23
d_dixon50
I'd say that sounds dodgy to me and also makes a difference on the type of surface you have the mouse on. I can't comment for sure as I don't have this mouse (although ordered) but I have one very similar looking and it's been fine, just ordered as a backup.


I have this mouse, it's dodgey if it doesn't work with a suitable surface.

Actually, I've ordered loads in the past.

The only trouble with it is it's very bright. You might like this: theres red and blue light coming out of the top. Also some light stays on when you switch your pc off. Environmentalists may complain, but it's led light so it uses virtually no power.
#24
you definatley had a duff one, dixon. no mouse is supposed to do that!
#25
splatsplatsplat
you definatley had a duff one, dixon. no mouse is supposed to do that!


Yeah must have been, when I first plugged it in it crashed my pc and blue screened on boot up :?

just went back to optical, I'm not a PC gamer anymore or need it for CAD or something so I may as well stick to the cheap jobby as posted.

My last small mouse had LED's but I had it plugged in to front USB so just unplugged it at night, also if you feel brave just take the casing off and detatch the LEDs altogether.
#26
Good find - ordered
#27
how do u get free delivery its coming up with shipping charges for all my products
#28
splatsplatsplat;7019929
very good deal, but I wouldnt go back to using an optical after using a laser mouse:thumbsup:

this ones only a tenner: http://www.ebuyer.com/product/114181


No, it's £12.89 because it's not free delivery.

Only SEVEN times the price of this one!
#29
Excellent find ordered thanks heat and rep.:thumbsup:
#30
nihcaj
No, it's £12.89 because it's not free delivery.

Only SEVEN times the price of this one!


Ive got 2 of them...and worth every penny. Some reviewer stated "Being a laser mouse, it is 20 times more accurate and precise than an optical mouse."

more bang for your buck!? or whatever. I could have picked the cheaper laser mice to compare, but I don't own them, i do own this one and know its the dogs and cheap for what it is. Id buy the optical one for my kids laptops etc, but I wouldn't want one on my pc/laptop. I still remember the little tiny "dances" the optical mice do.
#31
i got the same off ebay for £1.50.....good buy
#32
Wow - a blue LED glowing chav mouse! Awesome!

EDIT - voted hot - great price for a mouse.
#33
idiots..... no free delivery to Northern Ireland
banned#34
splatsplatsplat;7020600
Ive got 2 of them...and worth every penny. Some reviewer stated "Being a laser mouse, it is 20 times more accurate and precise than an optical mouse."

more bang for your buck!? or whatever. I could have picked the cheaper laser mice to compare, but I don't own them, i do own this one and know its the dogs and cheap for what it is. Id buy the optical one for my kids laptops etc, but I wouldn't want one on my pc/laptop. I still remember the little tiny "dances" the optical mice do.

I dont see how there can be any difference in accuracy. A mouse works or it doesnt. I move my optical mouse and it moves a cursor on the screen. :thinking:

optical vs laser seems to have as much argumentative substance as cheap vs expensive hdmi cables.
#35
sorry, dont agree, the gamer mice used to be £40+, the one ive got is only 1000dpi, those better mice are a lot more. Like most people, ive used a lot of mice, and for gaming, or even surfing, laser mice are the best.
#36
Don't understand how "gaming mice" are anything more than marketing guff - it's impossible to position it to an accuracy of 1000th of an inch even! Why don't you just change the settings if you want it to scoot around all over the screen?
banned#37
pibpob;7020975
Don't understand how "gaming mice" are anything more than marketing guff - it's impossible to position it to an accuracy of 1000th of an inch even! Why don't you just change the settings if you want it to scoot around all over the screen?

exactly how I see it. A mouse is surely as accurate as the person using it. Seems like a severe case of the emperors new clothes syndrome to me :?
#38
I have a gaming mouse (logitech G9), and it's the option to change dpi settings on the fly that really works well, and is one of the main reasons I bought it. However, for this to be accurate at low dpi, you need supreme quality resolution hence why they are specified for gamers.

Still, doesn't stop me missing the enemy!!! :)

This is a superb deal. If it stops working, you can burn it to keep warm and it's still good value!!!
#39
Good deal, grabbed some mice for some cheap systems I'm building.
#40
Ordered 2 for spare...heat and rep added cheers

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