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Dell BT Travel Mouse £12.59 Dell

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#1
Will this work with any bluetooth enabled PC? - I assume so.

Also in white at £13.99 code 570-10804. :-)
#2
Voted hot, I'm using one now.
#3
Liverpool_Bear
Voted hot, I'm using one now.


same here, use it with my nc10
#4
Excellent deal! Bought 2 :D
#5
Been waiting for a BT mouse deal for a while... Perfect ! H&R
#6
If I have a bluetooth dongle for my laptop, would I be able to use this in conjunction with it ?
#7
FF99
If I have a bluetooth dongle for my laptop, would I be able to use this in conjunction with it ?


Yes, that is what I do with mine.
#8
great little mouse - and 5 buttons too. I got one last time it was brought up and am still on the same batteries - I never remember to switch it off either. Only down side with bluetooth I found was that I still needed a USB mouse when I set up Windows 7.
#9
I might be being dumb, but is this optical, laser or ball ??
#10
Optical
#11
Eventually ordered one :-)
:thumbsup:
#12
Will this work with ps3 ?
#13
*****...gotmine for £8
#14
Says £5 off which would make it £21.59??? so I think it might well be a typo :)
#15
CrAzY cRaCkErJaK
*****...gotmine for £8


Mind shedding some light on this?
#16
Thanks, heat added and just ordered one - cheapest BT mouse I've seen :)
#17
Good Spot. Just ordered.
banned#18
Very handy! Thanks for posting!
#19
Ordered, thanks.
#20
Ordered thanks. Can you get quidco?
#21
will it work with the ps333333333333?
#22
Can you explain how you got this for £8?
#23
ordered one thanks
#24
SusieM
great little mouse - and 5 buttons too. I got one last time it was brought up and am still on the same batteries - I never remember to switch it off either. Only down side with bluetooth I found was that I still needed a USB mouse when I set up Windows 7.


thats down you the bluetooth hardware in your machine - not the mouse

can't say anything wrong with the mouse apart from don't drop a soldering iron on it...
#25
Is this a normal size mouse or a mini/micro mouse?
#26
Nice one :thumbsup:
#27
Will this work with a Samsung NC10 without the need to buy a Dell Wireless card?
As the Dell site says:

For Dell Non Bluetooth Systems, a Dell Wireless 365 wireless card is required
#28
Maria
Will this work with a Samsung NC10 without the need to buy a Dell Wireless card?
As the Dell site says:

For Dell Non Bluetooth Systems, a Dell Wireless 365 wireless card is required


I was thinking that aswell. By the looks of the disclaimer it seems like this mouse will only work with Dell systems which have bluetooth.
#29
this is a nice one, ordered 1, have been looking for a good deal on BT mouse...heated up:-D
#30
Anyone know if this better than a Logitech V450 mouse?
#31
10% cashback via topcashback as well....
#32
Will it work with macbook?
#33
To confirm for those people who have asked about using these on PCs without built-in Bluetooth, I bought a couple of these last time they were on offer. I've bought 2 different mini USB Bluetooth adaptors from eBay (one for £1.28 from a UK seller, the other for $1.04 from Hong Kong) and the mouse works fine with both of these (Windows XP Pro SP3 and Windows 7), and also with my Mac Mini's built-in Bluetooth (although I don't think these come with the Mac software to configure all the buttons).

One thing that caught me out at first: the mouse won't reconnect (after it's been switched off or just gone to sleep through inactivity) unless the PC has its Bluetooth set to "discoverable".
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Maria
Will this work with a Samsung NC10 without the need to buy a Dell Wireless card?
As the Dell site says:

For Dell Non Bluetooth Systems, a Dell Wireless 365 wireless card is required


Bluetooth is a standard. It will work (at least in basic mode, cannot guarantee the extra buttons) with any bluetooth enabled system. The Dell disclaimer only points out that any Dell system lacking inbuilt bluetooth will require a bluetooth card, which is logical.

DMcG1873
Anyone know if this better than a Logitech V450 mouse?


I have both. The Dell is a bluetooth mouse, the Logitech 450 an RF mouse. For performance RF>bluetooth. Always. Bluetooth is handy if you don't want to use up another usb port, or have a potentially largish dongle handing out of the side of your netbook waiting to be knocked accidentally. Not an issue with the 450, admittedly.
I also have the Logitech 470, which is bluetooth enabled. I prefer the feel of that to the Dell and it works out of the box with OSX, but then it does not have any extra buttons.

libretto
and also with my Mac Mini's built-in Bluetooth (although I don't think these come with the Mac software to configure all the buttons).
It is a known issue the the browser backwards button on the mouse does not work out of the box on OSX. You have to use additional drivers from the likes of USB Overdrive. But that costs, unfortunately.
#35
ok..so ive ordered a dell studio 15 and it DOESNT have bluetooth - if i buy a adapter from ebay or memory bits..will this work on my laptop...?
#36
spraint
I have both. The Dell is a bluetooth mouse, the Logitech 450 an RF mouse. For performance RF>bluetooth. Always. Bluetooth is handy if you don't want to use up another usb port, or have a potentially largish dongle handing out of the side of your netbook waiting to be knocked accidentally. Not an issue with the 450, admittedly.
I also have the Logitech 470, which is bluetooth enabled. I prefer the feel of that to the Dell and it works out of the box with OSX, but then it does not have any extra buttons.


Thanks for the info. I think I'll put the 450 on my Xmas list to Santa. :santa:
#37
mumbojumbo
Also Dell's BT mouse is optical whereas the Logitech V450 uses laser tracking. The V450 will perform better if you require greater precision, but for the majority of us clicking on websites it's not going to make a difference. :-D


The advantages of laser is that it works on more surfaces, it doesn't offer any more precision as far as I know.
#38
libretto
One thing that caught me out at first: the mouse won't reconnect (after it's been switched off or just gone to sleep through inactivity) unless the PC has its Bluetooth set to "discoverable".


Is that available on all blue tooth netbooks? Also, will that mean you are less secure? Is it a quick start up each time?

I have the VXNano and love it, but her in doors needs a new mouse and does not have BT. Was considering giving her VX Nano as I have BT on my Sammy NC10. However, does this mouse have the high speed scrolling like the VX Nano - great for quick bottom to top scrolling on hotukdeals?

Thanks
#39
thanks for posting, finally i have a bluetooth mouse for my netbook.
#40
Plus 10% quidco - cool.

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