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Dell Black 5-Button Bluetooth Travel Mouse Now Just £13.49 or less delivered

£13.49 @ Dell (Business)
The Dell Black 5-Button Bluetooth Travel Mouse works without a receiver for a hassle-free mobility. It instantly connects to notebooks enabled with Bluetooth wireless technology. Power-saving sleep mo…
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The Dell Black 5-Button Bluetooth Travel Mouse works without a receiver for a hassle-free mobility. It instantly connects to notebooks enabled with Bluetooth wireless technology. Power-saving sleep modes, a low-battery indicator light, and an on/off switch lets you manage power wisely. The Dell Black 5-Button Bluetooth Travel Mouse is designed to work with Dell Systems.

Besides the right and left button, it also includes tilt scroll and back and forward side buttons. The tilt wheel allows convenient fast up and down scrolling and left and right tilt control. The side buttons provide an additional method to control the system within finger tips.
Highlights:
Enables you to travel without the hassle of cords or receivers
Enhanced comfort and instant-on performance enable you to increase your productivity while away from the office
A low-battery indicator light, power-saving sleep modes, and an on/off switch enhances productivity
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#1
:thumbsup: Hot! Ordered the White one will go nicely with my lappie. Also ordered the black one for me PC, the mouse wire always gets tangled up!
#2
Dell...therefore avoiding.
#3
I have a question which probably fits best here. I have never connected any Bluetooth devices to my laptop apart of my mobile. Does anybody know if I will be able to connect more than one Bluetooth device in the same time? For example if you have this mouse connected can you connect and use your mobile and/or a Bluetooth headphone in parallel?
#4
Jimble
Dell...therefore avoiding.


because?
#5
Jimble
Dell...therefore avoiding.


+1.....past experience, a terrible company to deal with, henceforth wont buy from them on principle.
#6
Great deal, just ordered, thanx
#7
kazazi17
I have a question which probably fits best here. I have never connected any Bluetooth devices to my laptop apart of my mobile. Does anybody know if I will be able to connect more than one Bluetooth device in the same time? For example if you have this mouse connected can you connect and use your mobile and/or a Bluetooth headphone in parallel?


Your PC should handle multiple bluetooth connections without problems. Mobile phones tend to only manage one connection though - probably a battery saving feature?
#8
not sure if it's the case with all "dell blue tooth mice" but the one that came with our laptop is great when it can connect but is a real pain when it doesn't. which is about 50% of the time.
the palaver you have to go through is a bit much sometimes just to get it fired up

so have to give this cold
#9
The OP doesn't mention it comes in white as well. It should be the perfect replacement for the POS that is my wife's Apple Mighty Mouse, with its utterly useless unreliable scroll ball and crappy no-feedback 'buttons'.

O and I went through quidco as well so that should be another pound off or so.

(Hope they don't decide it's a misprice and cancel all the orders like they did with that backpack bundle...)

Heat and rep added - cheers OP
#10
Voted hot, nice mouse.
#11
campag64
not sure if it's the case with all "dell blue tooth mice" but the one that came with our laptop is great when it can connect but is a real pain when it doesn't. which is about 50% of the time.
the palaver you have to go through is a bit much sometimes just to get it fired up

so have to give this cold


Must say that this is NOT the case with this laptop. I have set them up on multiple computers with no issues at all. If you get it and are wondering what the PIN is to authenticate it with your PC it is usually "0000" which is should say on the mouse itself. May be a little small for some people so thought I'd help out.

Very good mice, high recommended. Very hot from me!!
#12
Had one of these for over 3 years..cracking mouse and connects on boot-up (providing you have it switched on of course!)
On reading the reviews I'm not sure if this is the same mouse...mine is full size and works flawlessly.
#13
skeptical, considering logitech tried the bluetooth mouse option, iand t was poo, so they stuck with dedicated wireless freq.

How is this Dell any different from logitech's?
#14
Read the reviews but can't see anywhere whether it is laser, optical or a ball mouse. Anyone know?
#15
SusieM
Read the reviews but can't see anywhere whether it is laser, optical or a ball mouse. Anyone know?


This is an optical mouse. I bought it with my Dell Laptop almost 2 years ago. It is great, very handy and very good product.
#16
Nice but it looks like (yet) another Dell pricing error - the list price is £26 with 25% off rather than the £13.49 shown - I've order a few anyway just in case it is correct as that is a great price for a Bluetooth mouse. I have a couple of Logitech V470 mice but they don't have the useful side buttons for back/forwards, instead you have to install the rubbish SetPoint software and configure the left/right tilt of the scroll wheel.

- Simon.
#17
realblender;6254271
i always often wonder, why dont all mice come as blue tooth enabled?
Because it costs money.
#18
Had this for a couple of years. Have to say I love it. Neat size, so fits into hand well, never fails to connect, great battery life, only needed one new set in 2 years, and I now can't live without the extra 2 buttons. It's a sturdily built little chap too, as the wife keeps dropping it off the arm of the chair!! Highly recommended and have just bought another for other laptop.
#19
Just ordered 4... (not to sell on either ;))


I bet it's a pricing error, like the backpack deal earlier >_<


Ahh well, let's just wait and see!
#20
thank you
#21
bobafett
Your PC should handle multiple bluetooth connections without problems. Mobile phones tend to only manage one connection though - probably a battery saving feature?


thanks
#22
yabbas
Just ordered 4... (not to sell on either ;))


I bet it's a pricing error, like the backpack deal earlier >_<


Ahh well, let's just wait and see!


It isn't, I've already received the 2 emails.
#23
Liverpool_Bear;6257153
It isn't, I've already received the 2 emails.
If you read one of the PDFs attached to the second email you will see:

"Please note - your order is subject to our Terms and Conditions of Sale and Service. Dell will not be responsible for typographical, pricing or
other errors and reserves the right to cancel any orders based on such errors."

I agree that this has got further than the backpack bundle did, but I think they can still wriggle out of it unless they have taken payment.
#24
Well, I just got an email from Dell telling me they're delivering tomorrow, so I'm pretty sure it's all gone through.

£13 for a mouse isn't as daft as £22 for a mouse, backpack and memory stick, so I'm pretty sure it's genuine, not a misprice...
#25
Thanks - time to look at mini Bluetooth dongles on DealExtreme...
#26
Noghar
Well, I just got an email from Dell telling me they're delivering tomorrow, so I'm pretty sure it's all gone through.

£13 for a mouse isn't as daft as £22 for a mouse, backpack and memory stick, so I'm pretty sure it's genuine, not a misprice...


Same here. Woohoo!
#27
Bluetooth mouse = bad! They do not last long! you get months out of RF or whatever it is nowadays bluetooth = weeks. Can someone confirm the battery life? Things might have improved since I got mine some years ago.

Also its dell might be a pricing error.
#28
Jimble
Dell...therefore avoiding.


sabreliner
+1.....past experience, a terrible company to deal with, henceforth wont buy from them on principle.


+1 ... when I order I like to know that I will actually receive the goods. I certainly won't reward their "misprice" tricks with another order.
#29
I had the full size version of this and didn't really rate it. Bluetooth connection unreliable, uses too many batteries, uncomfortable to use and the optical sensor is old fashioned as most mice have laser or invisbile optics these days.

Its a good price though for a bluetooth mouse.
#30
Niz;6259785
Bluetooth mouse = bad! They do not last long! you get months out of RF or whatever it is nowadays bluetooth = weeks.
Then use a rechargeable battery. Hardly rocket science.
#31
I have the AA version of this mouse at work and it is a really nice mouse to use, good battery life and never had a time it doesn't just work on boot up regardless of the situation. Not sure how relevant this to the smaller version - only just realised it is that.
#32
Niz
Bluetooth mouse = bad! They do not last long! you get months out of RF or whatever it is nowadays bluetooth = weeks. Can someone confirm the battery life? Things might have improved since I got mine some years ago.

Also its dell might be a pricing error.


The AA version that I use this mouse at work day in day out, plus in the evenings and at weekends when I need to work at home lasts 3 months of that sort of use using Energizer batteries.
#33
pghstochaj
The AA version that I use this mouse at work day in day out, plus in the evenings and at weekends when I need to work at home lasts 3 months of that sort of use using Energizer batteries.


thanks, they have improved them then:thumbsup: and pibpob I do use rechargeable batteries :roll:
#34
Thanks to OP. Fancied giving one of these a try on my NC10 and at this price it's rude not to!
#35
Niz;6261372
:thumbsup: and pibpob I do use rechargeable batteries :roll:
So why are you making a fuss about battery life then? :?
#36
Bluetooth mice vary enormously on battery life - I had a Logitech BT mouse that needed 2xAA rechargeables changing every week compared with a Microsoft BT mouse that lasts for months on the same rechargeables.

- Simon.
#37
Any body got one yet from this offer, as i was 1 of the ones who were duped by the backpack & mouse bundle:x
#38
Received mine today, indeed I am using it now. Very impressed. Thanks.
#39
mumbojumbo;6290405
Status of my 2 is showing as "Being Assembled" since last Thursday. Obviously being lovingly handcrafted as we speak... ;-)
It usually still says that even when it's arrived. :roll:
#40
Mine arrived today after I missed yesterday's delivery. Just wanted to note here that it's clearly a rebadged Microsoft mouse. I bought the original in silver-grey from Oyyy six months ago to go with my NC10, and I paid £25 or so, and felt I'd got a good deal. So although this doesn't have the funky travel pouch of the MS one it is a bona fide bargain.

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