Logitech MX Air - Rechargeable Wireless Air Mouse RRP: £119.99, £67.30 including delivery @ Amazon - HotUKDeals
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Brilliant piece of technology. They still sell for £50 ish second hand on ebay. The price on Logitech/ PC World/ Currys website ranges between £99 and £119.

More info: http://www.logitech.com/en-gb/mice-pointers/mice/devices/3443

Explore your new media universe with a state-of-the-art mouse that's effortless to use - on your desk or in the air. On your desk, advanced laser technology gives you precise tracking and instant response. In the air, innovative Freespace motion sensing transforms hand motions into natural, responsive cursor controls. Sit back and listen to music, browse photos, or surf the Web - from your desk or across the room. The MX Air mouse is the perfect complement to your PC-based entertainment experience.
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#1
Is this Bluetooth or just bog standard wireless?
#2
Whats the differance, it still gets the same results of, wirless. 60quid u got be joking
i pickup a ex110 ok not great gaming and all that, but do you really use all the buttons etc?
Anyway i tend to kill keyboards, tea biscuits, is it ever worth paying that much?
cold from me
#3
Just seen this on Click, Its pants.
#4
Doh! Most laptop users have bluetooth modules fitted on their laptops/netbooks which saves the need for a dongle hanging out! Hence the question.

If you can't look after a keyboard because of your table manners then maybe you shouldn't even be commenting on this deal!
leeparsons
Whats the differance, it still gets the same results of, wirless. 60quid u got be joking
i pickup a ex110 ok not great gaming and all that, but do you really use all the buttons etc?
Anyway i tend to kill keyboards, tea biscuits, is it ever worth paying that much?
cold from me


Edited By: sabz786 on Oct 30, 2010 12:16: ..
suspended 1 Like #5
I have a mouse i paid £4.50 for from argos, and it does the job!

£70 for a mouse! hmmm
#6
I voted hot never used one before but looks interesting even if does cost £67
#7
i've used one of these for years - good for certain things, but it's never worth the 120 in the first place, and to be honest I bought it for £80 3 years ago... so I'm not sure this saving is really as great as it sounds.
#8
Expensive - my £1 airmouse app on my iPod touch works fantastic :p
#9
this is fanastic gadget, I have it for about 2 years now, sharp movement, works as treat either free in air motion or as normal mouse.This is a good price for this. Heat added
#10
Great price. I have used one for my media centre for years now, wouldn't buy anything else!
you can sit and surf on the sofa with no surface to put a mouse on. Highly reccomended !
#11
djfluff
you can sit and surf on the sofa with no surface to put a mouse on.


LOL.
#12
Lupeto
Expensive - my £1 airmouse app on my iPod touch works fantastic :p
Since when has the iPod touch been free?
#13
Hot from me.
Logitechs support is great. I've got a Dinovo edge, 1 mx rev and 2x performance MX mice.

Some of us do use all the buttons.
#14
still not better than a mac track pad. cold!!!!
2 Likes #15
this is hotukdeals .... not do-you-need-it-or-not
If the DEAL is hot then vote hot ... if you dont like it then thats a different issue.

£119.99 to £67.30 is a hot deal imo. Unless you can find the same product cheaper elsewhere ...
#16
Expensive!
#17
Cyrus
this is hotukdeals .... not do-you-need-it-or-notIf the DEAL is hot then vote hot ... if you dont like it then thats a different issue.£119.99 to £67.30 is a hot deal imo. Unless you can find the same product cheaper elsewhere ...

Yawn, how often do we see this comment. At the end of the day people will vote on value for money against the wider marketplace of similar products. Hence this is ice cold.
1 Like #18
pot_belly

Yawn, how often do we see this comment. At the end of the day people will vote on value for money against the wider marketplace of similar products. Hence this is ice cold.


I guess it's a bit like comparing a merc and a vauxhall. Both do the job as cars but would you want to drive a corsa if you could afford s-class? Or comparing the iphone and alcatel? You can't really compare a standard mouse and this one...

Edited By: Reddbull on Oct 30, 2010 16:38: none
#19
I've been using this mouse for a few years now and to be honest I don't find it any better than my £5 laptop mouse. Don't get me wrong, it looks great and maybe if you have more use for it than me then it would be a good buy for you. You can use it standing away from the computer like a pointer, but it's difficult click withouth actually moving the pointer down!
#20
I paid £59.97 at PC World 2 weeks ago. Was on the website but they seem to have pulled it now. Very limited availability but is out there.
banned#21
Good deal if your after one. I would never spend that osrt of money on a mouse though!

I have a nice cheap wired Microsoft laser mouse. Using it on my laptop, yes I did say laptop before you ask!
#22
pot_belly
Cyrus
this is hotukdeals .... not do-you-need-it-or-notIf the DEAL is hot then vote hot ... if you dont like it then thats a different issue.£119.99 to £67.30 is a hot deal imo. Unless you can find the same product cheaper elsewhere ...


Yawn, how often do we see this comment. At the end of the day people will vote on value for money against the wider marketplace of similar products. Hence this is ice cold.


Use your brain

Find a product on the market for a similar price, this is a specialised piece of kit mostly use for htpcs.

It also acts as a air mouse, which you have clearly not read. and has a beautiful finish, which fits nicely into any modern home.

Just because people can not afford them, or they are out of their price range what they are willing to spend on a certain product, does not make it cold.

Hot from me.
#23
I think this is a great mouse, got it for £40 at Tesco a couple of months ago as it was a manager's special.
#24
So far I have found the logitech wireless trackball the best thing for my PCHT. Has anyone compared the two over an extended period and can tell me if these things are better to use than a trackball? i.e accuracy and speed of pointing without needing a surface?
#25
jonny619447
I have a mouse i paid £4.50 for from argos, and it does the job!£70 for a mouse! hmmm

youve obviously never used a decent mouse then...this isnt my idea of a good one tho but my Logitech performance mx is (though its predecessor, the logitech mx revolution was better imo) - paid £26 for mine (usually £80)...its a great all round mouse, tho there are better gaming mice out there with a higher dpi

logitech mice are superb tho

Edited By: royals on Oct 30, 2010 19:04: y
#26
sabz786
Is this Bluetooth or just bog standard wireless?
Standard wireless.
#27
Got one for more than a year now. It's not suitable if you work a lot using a mouse. It is much slimmer than a standard mouse making it hard to fit properly in your palm when working on desk. You'll find it hard to work in graphics software with this mouse.
It's rechargeable with a good battery life once fully charged. It does not have a scroll wheel rather it has a touch sensitive surface which acts according to the speed of your finger's touch.
In the air, I didn't feel it very comfortable to use, but at least it works in the air.
#28
It always astonishes me when the clueless idiots come on this site bragging about their 50p wireless mouse from tesco, saying it does the job and all this ****, yes we get it, you can click stuff on the internet on your budget pc world built computer. If you think your piece of **** cheap mouse can even come close to any £50+ mouse then I'd expect your the type of person who wouldnt buy a ferrari as your 95 reg corsa gets the job done just fine.

**** tools i tells yae.
suspended#29
striker33
It always astonishes me when the clueless idiots come on this site bragging about their 50p wireless mouse from tesco, saying it does the job and all this ****, yes we get it, you can click stuff on the internet on your budget pc world built computer. If you think your piece of **** cheap mouse can even come close to any £50+ mouse then I'd expect your the type of person who wouldnt buy a ferrari as your 95 reg corsa gets the job done just fine.

**** tools i tells yae.


Your the tool if you think that a mouse that costs £50 is that much better then a mouse that costs £5-£10!

It moves the curser on the screen! it clicks icons!

And to think that people that own a cheap mouse must have a basic computer is just nonsense.
Its just that maybe we understand that at the end of the day when all is said and done...

A MOUSE IS A BLEEDING MOUSE! CLICKITY CLICK CLICK! :)
#30
Reddbull
pot_belly

Yawn, how often do we see this comment. At the end of the day people will vote on value for money against the wider marketplace of similar products. Hence this is ice cold.


I guess it's a bit like comparing a merc and a vauxhall. Both do the job as cars but would you want to drive a corsa if you could afford s-class? Or comparing the iphone and alcatel? You can't really compare a standard mouse and this one...


As a vauxhall owner, I'm insulted :-)
However I have noticed besides performance there's a big difference in looks between by Astra Diesel Estate and a merc: how much visble (or invisible) difference is there between this and a standard wireless or bluetooth mouse costs perhaps a third of the discount price
#31
The point that a lot of you seem to be missing, is that you can use this mouse in mid-air, and can use gestures to perform certain actions. You can't really compare this to an ordinary mouse.
#32
djfluff
The point that a lot of you seem to be missing, is that you can use this mouse in mid-air, and can use gestures to perform certain actions..


And that's incredibly useful of course. I've often wanted to do that with my current mouse
#33
I have one of these in my briefcase for presentations - the air mouse functionality is great
-I bought another for use at home ;)

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