Logitech M510 Wireless Laser Mouse (Full size, 5-button, nano receiver, 2 year battery) - £24 (with voucher LOGITECH20) @ PC World - HotUKDeals
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Logitech m510, the cheapest fully-featured full-size mouse with a nano receiver.
£30 at PC World, down to £24 with voucher LOGITECH20 (enter code after logging in and entering card details), available for home delivery.

The nearest price from a well-known store seems to be Expansys: £28.99 with free delivery.

Blurb from site:

Wireless Yes
Optical Laser tracking
Notebook/Desktop Desktop
Mac/PC Mac and PC
Required configuration

Windows:
- Windows® XP, Windows Vista® or Windows® 7
- USB port

Mac:
- Mac OS® X 10.4 or later
- USB port

Box contents Mouse
Logitech Unifying receiver
2 AA batteries (pre-installed)
User documentation
Size Full-size mouse
Other information - Soft side grips with contoured design
- Back/forward buttons, side-to-side scrolling, zoom
- programmable controls
- 2 year battery life
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#1
Here's a review video from a user in the states: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=c2RfLPKvxC0
For his sake, I hope his next purchase is at the US equivalent of Specsavers.
#2
Just a note about horizontal scrolling mouse wheels, they're bloomin' annoying. I have a Logitech G5 laser mouse, and any time you want to use the scroll wheel to middle click (for example opening a tab on the web) you will also trigger a sideways scroll, it's nearly impossible to click downward cleanly, which means you nearly always miss the link you were trying to click.

Other than that, I love logitech mice, good for big hands, nice comfortable shape, just make sure if it's a laser mouse you have a good pad as lasers are more picky than optical mice.

Heat.
#3
Darkle
Just a note about horizontal scrolling mouse wheels, they're bloomin' annoying. I have a Logitech G5 laser mouse, and any time you want to use the scroll wheel to middle click (for example opening a tab on the web) you will also trigger a sideways scroll, it's nearly impossible to click downward cleanly, which means you nearly always miss the link you were trying to click.

Other than that, I love logitech mice, good for big hands, nice comfortable shape, just make sure if it's a laser mouse you have a good pad as lasers are more picky than optical mice.

Heat.


I know what you mean, I first had a sideways scroller with my Logitech MX400, it **** me off royally, took me two weeks to get the hang of it. No problems once I'd adapted though.

I picked up one of these last night as I'd been using a £3 optical USB mini-mouse for three years - thrifty, but for any real work away from home, I'd take my 'proper' wired MX400 with me. No more holding the mouse with my fingers, and one less cable to move when I use my laptop as a TV device.
#4
That's not bad. Had the older MX nano and worked very well until i lost the little sod.
#5
1.5% cashback at Quidco/Topcashback, FWIW.
#6
Also another heads up, half the mouse settings won't work on windows 7.
#7
I got one of these which I ordered from eBay a few months back for £22.50. Not yet used it (was for my new laptop) but wish I'd waited now. Great mouse though!
#8
Similar price at Staples, need to order bit more to get the free del though, not sure if they do the same prices instore
#9
this mouse is good had it for about 3 years whilst at uni. it came with a guarantee that the batteries would last a year and they lasted more than that each time.
#10
Same price in Sainsbury's stores at the moment.
#11
Had plenty of Microsoft mice and they all fall apart/stop working after a while. Got a TechNet http://www.amazon.co.uk/TeckNet-M002-Cordless-Optical-Mouse/dp/B001DHECXA/ref=sr_1_9?ie=UTF8&qid=1304861834&sr=8-9
ages ago and it's the best mouse I've had for a fraction of the price and is an excellent wireless mouse (2 batteries). Worth a look...
#12
Thanks for the deal. Ordered one for my laptop as I'm tired of dragging my big receiver with me every time, and also not a big fan of small mice.
#13
gherkingHUD
Here's a review video from a user in the states: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=c2RfLPKvxC0
For his sake, I hope his next purchase is at the US equivalent of Specsavers.

Thanks for wasting minutes of my life by linking to that "review". What does he say that isn't either stating the obvious or wittering on about Apple?
#14
Rubisco
gherkingHUD
Here's a review video from a user in the states: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=c2RfLPKvxC0
For his sake, I hope his next purchase is at the US equivalent of Specsavers.

Thanks for wasting minutes of my life by linking to that "review". What does he say that isn't either stating the obvious or wittering on about Apple?

Nothing. Amazon reviews were more helpful than that, sadly.
#15
Rubisco
gherkingHUD
Here's a review video from a user in the states: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=c2RfLPKvxC0
For his sake, I hope his next purchase is at the US equivalent of Specsavers.

Thanks for wasting minutes of my life by linking to that "review". What does he say that isn't either stating the obvious or wittering on about Apple?


+1 it was all wibble with no helpful content.
#16
review was....silly
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Paid £30 last month as Dixons failed to deliver on another smaller/cheaper one.

Excellent for the money - impossible to find full size ones from a decent make nowadays.

Side scrolling - I have mine setup left for copy, and right for paste. Work in IT tech support so is brilliant for me.

Two thumb buttons - set them up so one goes back and another triggers an Expose-esque preview of all open apps/windows.
#18
Bought this mouse a year ago, and I bloody love the thing. Recommended.
#19
Does the battery really last that long? Like my apple magic mouse lasts about 2 weeks always on....which is lame, i'd sell it for this if this even lasted say about a few months or os.
#20
macphist0
Does the battery really last that long? Like my apple magic mouse lasts about 2 weeks always on....which is lame, i'd sell it for this if this even lasted say about a few months or os.


Haven't had any issues, as I say it's been at least a month. Has a proper physical off switch too.
#21
macphist0
Does the battery really last that long? Like my apple magic mouse lasts about 2 weeks always on....which is lame, i'd sell it for this if this even lasted say about a few months or os.

Iv got the Logitech MX 620 for my desktop and it said battery would last 1 year, lasted 18-19 months (very heavy use) before I had to replace them. So definitely think they can live up to the promise on this one.

Oredered one of these for my laptop, heat added !

Edited By: CalumH93 on May 08, 2011 22:12
#22
Got mine today. Took five minutes to get used to, plus I removed a battery so it was lighter on the back end.
#23
good price, think i'll prefer a full size mouse to the smaller laptop ones around
#24
code doesnt appear to work

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