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Logitech LX8 Cordless Laser Mouse Was £29.35, web exclusive now £13.98 @ PCWorld, quidco 2.5% 1 day offer

£13.98 @ PC World
The Logitech LX8 Cordless Laser Mouse - for laser precision and total comfort. Laser technology delivers smoother cursor control on virtually any surface, while the contoured shape with a soft rubber… Read More
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The Logitech LX8 Cordless Laser Mouse - for laser precision and total comfort.
Laser technology delivers smoother cursor control on virtually any surface, while the contoured shape with a soft rubber grip gives you superior comfort and control. A USB mini-receiver provides a clutter-free cordless experience for both notebook and desktop computers.

Full specification
Benefit
Interface USB or PS/2
No of Buttons 5
Cordless YES
Opitical NO
Laser YES
Scroll button YES
Ergonomic YES

1 day sale
£4.84 delivery or available to collect at store.
Offer ends 4pm Tues 20/01/09
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#1
Great mouse- I'm using one atm. Good price too - heat left.
#2
I bought this a few months back at a pound more expensive and posted on here at the time. The only problem Id say is the placement of the forward button is on the right hand side of the mouse rather than next to the back button on the left hand side.

Although not the most commonly used button it is awkward to use, but alternatively means the mouse can be used by right of left handed people.

Definitely better than a lot of others at this price.
#3
Good price. Heat added.
#4
Pretty good mouse, side buttons could do with being a bit firmer, find myself pressing forward a bit too often...
#5
bought mine as part of a mouse/keyboard set about 5 months ago and its been excellent so far and despite plenty of use its still on the original batteries:thumbsup:

well worth £14 so heat added
#6
ricaird
Great mouse- I'm using one atm. Good price too - heat left.


Do you know what the range of this is? (Real world, rather than on the box!) I'm using an old RF logitech one and I get about 1m range, so pretty useless, looking for some improvement hopefully with a new one!
Also, do you know what sort of batteries it takes, or does it have a recharging dock?
#7
jc74
Also, do you know what sort of batteries it takes, or does it have a recharging dock?

It looks like it takes two AA batteries: http://www.logitech.com/index.cfm/mice_pointers/mice/devices/3618&cl=au,en
#8


^ yep - can confirm that it takes 2xAA batteries

excellent mouse - hard to go wrong with Logitech :)
#9
Don't forget Quidco.
#10
K1LLER HORNET
^ yep - can confirm that it takes 2xAA batteries

excellent mouse - hard to go wrong with Logitech :)


Excellent, just one more thing, does it have an on/off switch?
My existing (really old logitech) one doesn't, so the laser is always on, and oddly enough the batteries only last about 2 weeks as a result. :(
#11
try tesco - 12.67 - got myself one yesterday
#12
I paid £20 in currys less than a wk ago for this.

Mines came with 2 AA Duracell batteries.

The range is more than 3 meters from own experience.

it does have an on off switch.

your sits on it perfectly. very comfortable indeed
#13
Is this a normal full size mouse or a smaller 'notebook' type one?
banned#14
Excellent price had this for 6 months before i got my Macbook and got a mighty mouse :)

Heat added
#15
Price now showing at £22.78 :cry:
#16
Stammerman;4131369
Price now showing at £22.78 :cry:


Yup :(
#17
Thank OP. Got one at £13.98 earlier today, before the price went up. Its a full size mouse, not a notebook size, and feels comfortable in the hand.
#18
I just bought this mouse today from PC World, but I found something strange. There is a sellotape inside the mini-receiver. Is that normal ? I'm starting to feel that this mouse is not brand new, may be factory refurbished.

Can anyone who bought the same mouse look at the receiver and tell me if there something wrong?

Thanks
#19
this still comes up on their site search at the £13 price but when you click through it's higher
#20
fredybs
I just bought this mouse today from PC World, but I found something strange. There is a sellotape inside the mini-receiver. Is that normal ? I'm starting to feel that this mouse is not brand new, may be factory refurbished.

Can anyone who bought the same mouse look at the receiver and tell me if there something wrong?

Thanks


If you mean the transparent, shiny piece of plastic in the middle of the circuit board as seen from the top (side with logo on), then that would appear to be normal
#21
I've ordered it for Store collection.Anyone know if I get it for the low price?
#22
Cal.
If you mean the transparent, shiny piece of plastic in the middle of the circuit board as seen from the top (side with logo on), then that would appear to be normal


Yes, that's the piece of plastic, which was a bit strange for me.

Thanks for you reply, Cal.
#23
DerryBhoy;4138450
I've ordered it for Store collection.Anyone know if I get it for the low price?


You get it for the price on your [email protected] Confirmation email

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