Fantech 2.4Ghz Mini Portable Wireless Optical 2000DPI Adjustable Mouse £2.26 @ aliexpress.com/ Store: Bright Future Trading Co, Ltd - HotUKDeals
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Fantech 2.4Ghz Mini Portable Wireless Optical 2000DPI Adjustable Mouse £2.26 @ aliexpress.com/ Store: Bright Future Trading Co, Ltd

£2.26 @ Ali Express
Choice of three colours DPI: 2000 Type:Battery Interface Type:USB Application:Desktop,Laptop,For Home Use,For Office Use Number of Buttons:6 Wi-Fi Range:10m Tracking Method:Optical Type… Read More
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6m, 2d agoFound 6 months, 2 days ago
Choice of three colours

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DPI: 2000
Type:Battery
Interface Type:USB
Application:Desktop,Laptop,For Home Use,For Office Use
Number of Buttons:6
Wi-Fi Range:10m
Tracking Method:Optical
Type:2.4Ghz
WirelessStyle:3D,Mini
Operation Mode:Opto-electronicWireless Technology:Supported
Hand Orientation:Right
Number of Rollers:1
Gross Weight:65g
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#1
I've got one of these.

Never in a billion years would I describe it as a 'gaming mouse' - the optical sensor just isn't responsive enough for that - but it is fine for general desktop work. They're based on a pretty common generic design. I've also got one with silent mouse click buttons.

Hot because it's a bargain price, but be aware that the power management isn't that great - this mouse eats batteries like they're going out of fashion.

Edited By: Picard123 on Jan 23, 2017 20:06
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Picard123
I've got one of these.
Never in a billion years would I describe it as a 'gaming mouse' - the optical sensor just isn't responsive enough for that - but it is fine for general desktop work. They're based on a pretty common generic design. I've also got one with silent mouse click buttons.
Hot because it's a bargain price, but be aware that the power management isn't that great - this mouse eats batteries like they're going out of fashion.
And for that reason I'm out
#3
Picard123
I've got one of these.
Never in a billion years would I describe it as a 'gaming mouse' - the optical sensor just isn't responsive enough for that - but it is fine for general desktop work. They're based on a pretty common generic design. I've also got one with silent mouse click buttons.
Hot because it's a bargain price, but be aware that the power management isn't that great - this mouse eats batteries like they're going out of fashion.

It does have a power switch though.
#4
PureB
Picard123
I've got one of these.
Never in a billion years would I describe it as a 'gaming mouse' - the optical sensor just isn't responsive enough for that - but it is fine for general desktop work. They're based on a pretty common generic design. I've also got one with silent mouse click buttons.
Hot because it's a bargain price, but be aware that the power management isn't that great - this mouse eats batteries like they're going out of fashion.
And for that reason I'm out

I disagree, i have had one and it goes off after a couple of minutes, you click the button and it starts working again. The reviws clearly state that it doesn't drain batteries as fast as the other cheap ones
#5
QuickProfits
Picard123
I've got one of these.
Never in a billion years would I describe it as a 'gaming mouse' - the optical sensor just isn't responsive enough for that - but it is fine for general desktop work. They're based on a pretty common generic design. I've also got one with silent mouse click buttons.
Hot because it's a bargain price, but be aware that the power management isn't that great - this mouse eats batteries like they're going out of fashion.
It does have a power switch though.

It's 2017, not 1985.

It's just poor power management implementation in the mouse if you're having to switch the mouse on/off every time you leave your desk for 30 mins, 2 hours, 5 hours, pop to the toilet etc.
#6
QuickProfits
PureB
Picard123
I've got one of these.
Never in a billion years would I describe it as a 'gaming mouse' - the optical sensor just isn't responsive enough for that - but it is fine for general desktop work. They're based on a pretty common generic design. I've also got one with silent mouse click buttons.
Hot because it's a bargain price, but be aware that the power management isn't that great - this mouse eats batteries like they're going out of fashion.
And for that reason I'm out
I disagree, i have had one and it goes off after a couple of minutes, you click the button and it starts working again. The reviws clearly state that it doesn't drain batteries as fast as the other cheap ones

The reviews? X)

This is cheap, generic mouse. They're all based on the same generic design. It definitely has a weak point in terms of battery usage.
#7
Picard123
QuickProfits
PureB
Picard123
I've got one of these.
Never in a billion years would I describe it as a 'gaming mouse' - the optical sensor just isn't responsive enough for that - but it is fine for general desktop work. They're based on a pretty common generic design. I've also got one with silent mouse click buttons.
Hot because it's a bargain price, but be aware that the power management isn't that great - this mouse eats batteries like they're going out of fashion.
And for that reason I'm out
I disagree, i have had one and it goes off after a couple of minutes, you click the button and it starts working again. The reviws clearly state that it doesn't drain batteries as fast as the other cheap ones
The reviews? X)
This is cheap, generic mouse. They're all based on the same generic design. It definitely has a weak point in terms of battery usage.

Your'e completely wrong, it goes off after a couple of minutes and an on/off switch is an extra.

And yes the reviews are what you should be going by when buying things, that is common sense.

https://s28.postimg.org/6e6wm1tl9/Capture.png


Edited By: QuickProfits on Jan 24, 2017 07:56: gggggggg
#8
QuickProfits
Picard123
QuickProfits
PureB
Picard123
I've got one of these.
Never in a billion years would I describe it as a 'gaming mouse' - the optical sensor just isn't responsive enough for that - but it is fine for general desktop work. They're based on a pretty common generic design. I've also got one with silent mouse click buttons.
Hot because it's a bargain price, but be aware that the power management isn't that great - this mouse eats batteries like they're going out of fashion.
And for that reason I'm out
I disagree, i have had one and it goes off after a couple of minutes, you click the button and it starts working again. The reviws clearly state that it doesn't drain batteries as fast as the other cheap ones
The reviews? X)
This is cheap, generic mouse. They're all based on the same generic design. It definitely has a weak point in terms of battery usage.
Your'e completely wrong, it goes off after a couple of minutes and an on/off switch is an extra.
And yes the reviews are what you should be going by when buying things, that is common sense.https://s28.postimg.org/6e6wm1tl9/Capture.png

AliExpress reviews? They're not reliable. Manufacturer's will also give the highest estimate.

How often has that guy been using it for it to last 3 months? A couple of hours a day, with him constantly turning it off to save on power consumption?

Power management on this mouse is very poor as you would expect for a low budget mouse. Think 6-8 weeks of daily use before you have to replace the batteries. With more intensive use, I get about 4-6 weeks before I start getting tracking problems and need to replace the batteries.

Compare that to the Logitech M705. I haven't had to replace the batteries in that in over a year.

Edited By: Picard123 on Jan 24, 2017 09:19: .
1 Like #9
When I click on the link, the price is $4.68, which is £3.77 rather than £2.26. I tried all three colours in case it was for one only.
1 Like #10
PureB
Picard123
I've got one of these.
Never in a billion years would I describe it as a 'gaming mouse' - the optical sensor just isn't responsive enough for that - but it is fine for general desktop work. They're based on a pretty common generic design. I've also got one with silent mouse click buttons.
Hot because it's a bargain price, but be aware that the power management isn't that great - this mouse eats batteries like they're going out of fashion.
And for that reason I'm out


I'm not gonna invest and I'm out

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