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Logitech MX Revolution - £34.58 delivered from Dell - WAS £63.12 -

£34.58 @ Dell (Business)
This is a pretty good price for this full size laser mouse with docking station, you have to use 10% discount off accessories V67PLN7VPCN4DM to get this price, if you order today through quidco you ge…
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8y, 8m agoFound 8 years, 8 months ago
This is a pretty good price for this full size laser mouse with docking station, you have to use 10% discount off accessories V67PLN7VPCN4DM to get this price, if you order today through quidco you get 6% before VAT which gives a potential price of £32.81

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#1
Voted hot (even though i'm a jealous leftie...)
#2
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Features & Benefits

* System Requirements

PC
o Windows® XP
o Windows Vista™ (requires Internet connection)
o Available USB port
o CD-ROM drive
Mac
o Mac® OSX 10.2.8+
o Available USB port
o CD-ROM drive
o Internet connection

* Logitech Control Center 2.1 or later is required to enable advanced mouse features such as scroll wheel fine-tuning and One-Touch Search. LCC is compatible with both PowerPC- and Intel-based Macs running OS X.
Package Contents
o Logitech® MX™ Revolution Cordless Laser Mouse
o Recharging station
o AC power cord
o USB micro-receiver
o Logitech® SetPoint™ software CD
o User's guide

Overview

Smarter, faster, and fully-loaded, the MX™ Revolution gives you powerful new controls that will streamline the way you work. Logitech´s innovative MicroGear™ Precision Scroll Wheel lets you fly through long documents at hyperspeed, or switch to precise click-to-click scrolling for navigating lists, slides, and image collections. Toggle between open documents with the convenient Quick-Flip thumb wheel, or search the Web by highlighting a word or phrase and pressing the Search button.

* Hyper-fast scrolling: Fly through long documents at hyperspeed. Shift to precise click-to-click scrolling to navigate lists, slides, and image collections.
* SmartShift™ technology: MX™ Revolution detects your current application and automatically applies the scrolling mode that best fits the task at hand
* Document quick-flip: Move effortlessly between documents. Cut and paste between applications, compare documents or check email.
* One-Touch™ search: Highlight a word or phrase and press the search button to instantly display results from your favourite search engine
* Rechargeable Li-Ion battery: Never worry about replacing batteries. A 4-stage battery level metre lets you know when to recharge
* Cordless laser: Full-speed USB wireless technology and state-of-the-art laser engine deliver absolute precision and control.
#3
MBeeching
Voted hot (even though i'm a jealous leftie...)


Thanks, think this is pretty good deal with the 6% quidco.:thumbsup:
#4
ive just added the same deal but with pc world price promise, ive said that credit should go to you for finding it in the 1st place
#5
It say usually ships 1-2 weeks but there is no add to basket button or price. I think it must be out of stock now.
#6
tay1982
ive just added the same deal but with pc world price promise, ive said that credit should go to you for finding it in the 1st place


dont think pcworld will take the discount into account so with qudco u wont be paying much more, worth a try with them though
#7
#8
Yep I got two a couple months back @ £37 each when dell had a sale. Should of waited abit and saved a couple of more pounds lol .nevermind.

Also about pcworld price promise - I would say that I've never had any luck when trying to buy something cos they make excuses like : don't compare with that store/website or they don't have it in stock. But good luck if your able to use it.

One thing I will say about the mouse is that the manual don't say how long you should charge it for so its trial and error. But the software does have an indicator should battery life in days or percent and will give a warning when very low. To prolong life just switch off over night or when not in use.
#9
This was found last week and voted cold. I posted about the price promise last week. Also thought that Quidco wasnt allowed to be included in these deals.

Purely on the basis that this deal is the same that was found last week, voted cold - sorry OP!
#10
My apologies, SLIGHTLY cheaper here, due to the discount voucher only. Still leaving my cold vote(as have no option lol) as I dont think(and neither do the forum rules) that quidco should be included in the quoted price.
#11
Wow, what a difference a few days make, i posted this same deal 3 days ago and it had a frosty reception. Have a look here - http://www.hotukdeals.com/item/208929/logitech-mx-revolution-wireless-las/
#12
Agreed sale - thats what I was referring to above :)
#13
MrShed;2474292
Agreed sale - thats what I was referring to above :)

I see, I didn't read all the posts.:)
#14
sale
Wow, what a difference a few days make, i posted this same deal 3 days ago and it had a frosty reception. Have a look here - http://www.hotukdeals.com/item/208929/logitech-mx-revolution-wireless-las/


what a difference 10% makes, and I only included quidco as the 6% off runs out today
#15
Doesnt really matter - it shouldnt be included as it is not guaranteed by any stretch.

But yes, agreed its cheaper, but voucher probably should have been put in the other thread, rather than create a new thread and take the credit from sale for the find....
#16
MrShed
Doesnt really matter - it shouldnt be included as it is not guaranteed by any stretch.

But yes, agreed its cheaper, but voucher probably should have been put in the other thread, rather than create a new thread and take the credit from sale for the find....


Hadn't seen the other thread, only posted this as i'd been sent the 10% discount in an email and went on the dell website to see if anything was worth buying.....and voting cold cos u were isn't really very nice, this is a pretty good price for a pretty good mouse
#17
No I dont think it "isnt very nice" - I think a cold vote on a duplicate deal with quidco included(which is against forum rules) is a valid one.
#18
MrShed
No I dont think it "isnt very nice" - I think a cold vote on a duplicate deal with quidco included(which is against forum rules) is a valid one.


It's only excluded if it's purely a QuidCo deal, not if it's a discount as above, hot deal
#19
This mouse is REALLY good by the way.

It looks like a lot of money, but well worth it my opinion.

I got it when it was £60 and i was so impressed that I bought another within 2 weeks (for use at work).
#20
Quidco down to 4% from today, still a good deal though. Haven't got this mouse but i do have the VX Nano, very comfortable, with only some of the features this one has. Once you get one of these you wont know what u did without one.
#21
its a really nice mouse, I got the keyboard to from scan for about £80, best ive had.
#22
Fantastic mouse - bought mine a while back for about £60ish.
Felt a little crazy spending that much money on a mouse but after reading all the reviews thought I may as well... no regrets. Tempted to buy another one for work...
banned#23
Thanks
#24
Should this item become out of stock, it is almost the same price on eBay ... but of course DELL is more respectable vendor
#25
hideous - it's only a mouse. rip off!
#26
jakenjo
hideous - it's only a mouse. rip off!


It may be expensive generally for a mouse but this deal offers a saving of between £10 - £20 on the price at many of the main retailers - ebuyer £46.99, amazon £44.80, play £54.99, PCworld £69.99, etc...I dont think this is really comparable to a standard wired mouse for a fiver
#27
Buying **** will get you ****. This mouse is wicked.
#28
well i've not got **** - happy with my bluetooth mouse
#29
i got 2 of these for £21 each due to a catalouge pricing error :D they did the right thing and honoured the original price due to them sending me the wrong mice twice. Good mouse but not great for gaming, seems laggy even in windows and the scroll button press has a different function, some messing about is needed to get firefox/IE tabs to work and throwing nades in COD4

Overall ace mouse
#30
I can highly recommend these mice!
I use one constantly for 8 hours at work for various tasks, such as 3D CAD (browsing Hotukdeals isnt supposed to be one of them :oops: ) .. Lots of great features and very versatile for programming all the controls, and theres more than enough buttons for all your fingers and thumbs :thumbsup: .. with 2 scroll wheels etc...
I was that impressed that I bought one for home also!! Both of mine were sourced through eBay and were approx £45 for reconditioned models :x ... I'm seriously thinking of buying a brand new one and sell on mine to get the full warranty!!
#31
mcloum
i got 2 of these for £21 each due to a catalouge pricing error :D they did the right thing and honoured the original price due to them sending me the wrong mice twice. Good mouse but not great for gaming, seems laggy even in windows and the scroll button press has a different function, some messing about is needed to get firefox/IE tabs to work and throwing nades in COD4

Overall ace mouse


oh yeah, sounds great ?! lol :whistling::roll:
#32
mcloum
Good mouse but not great for gaming, seems laggy even in windows and the scroll button press has a different function, some messing about is needed to get firefox/IE tabs to work and throwing nades in COD4

Overall ace mouse


Do you use the included software ?
I have a previous version of this mouse (MX500) that I bought 4+ years ago & it's still going strong, I do remember when I bought it & installed the Logitech software it was laggy. I just let windows detect it as a normal mouse now & it's super smooth.
Most games seem to detect all the buttons & it's great having mellee/reload/grenade etc all on the mouse.
I think I'll buy one if you are using the Logitech software due to the fact my old ones looking really tatty but still works great & I could do with the wireless function, so if you could let me know I'd appreciate it thanks.
#33
mcloum
i got 2 of these for £21 each due to a catalouge pricing error :D they did the right thing and honoured the original price due to them sending me the wrong mice twice. Good mouse but not great for gaming, seems laggy even in windows and the scroll button press has a different function, some messing about is needed to get firefox/IE tabs to work and throwing nades in COD4

Overall ace mouse


Huh, i was looking at this to replace my MX1000 as its starting to age now. I thought these were really good for gaming?
#34
So what's so good about this mouse? I had a go with it (unconnected) in PC world a while ago and it seemed nicely built but nothing special in looks or features. The extra 'scroll wheel' is nothing of the sort, it doesn't scroll at all and only moves backwards/forwards an eigth of a turn or so.
#35
many thanks ordered 1 :-D
Shame I could not get quidco to load the Dell website!
#36
EndlessWaves
So what's so good about this mouse? I had a go with it (unconnected) in PC world a while ago and it seemed nicely built but nothing special in looks or features. The extra 'scroll wheel' is nothing of the sort, it doesn't scroll at all and only moves backwards/forwards an eigth of a turn or so.


The extra scroll wheel can be programed for various functions, I have mine set as 'document flip' so when I have multiple windows open I can switch between them quickly without having to select from the bottom taskbar, other functions such as volume, media, zoom etc or any keystroke can be programed, therefore as you say it is not a full scroll wheel but a precise scroll for zoom, volume etc...

The top scroll wheel can be set in 'Free spin' or 'Clicl to click', in free spin mode you can scroll through long word documents or web pages very very quickly, a quick spin sets it in 'free spin' and the wheel keeps spinning for several seconds! .. with a touch it drops back into 'click to click' (normal) mode for very precise scrolling...

The mouse does take a while to get use to and can be set up to how you like it?
ie you can program the mouse for different settings depending on your app? So you can have the mouse set up exactly how you want it for all your programs...

Trying the mouse unconnected is hardly a good test?
It would be like saying you have had a test drive of a car sat in the showroom!

Overall if you are after a bargain mouse you will not be wanting to pay £35! Let alone the original £69.99! but like myself if you use your mouse all day everyday you will grow to love it!

It has a nice USB receiver the size of a USB memory stick, (so no unsightly receiver with flashing lights sat on your desk), Nicely designed docking station to pop in when not in use, Battery life is very good ( I get the full day without any problems!),battery is built in rechargeable (so no need to fit new ones every few weeks), and very light to use even though its quite a size...
banned#37
arrived this morning - charging now ;)
#38
BlkKnight
arrived this morning - charging now ;)


Does it look as good in the flesh then? Seroiusly tempted to buy this even though i have the VX nano and a V450
#39
Got mine this morning as well. Great mouse to use. One thing though, it came in a naff brown box rather than the usual glossy packaging. Makes no difference as the mouse is brand new but some people would prefer to pay a bit more to get the packaging is they sell their kit later on.
#40
Hi there, just wanted to ask someone who has purchased this mouse from dell, whether it is a OEM version or Retail because there may be more warranty differences but cant see any information about this on the dell website.

I do doubt that it is the OEM version because it includes software in the box, but the previous poster said it arrived in a brown box which is why i am double checking before i order mine

Seems like a great offer but would be really grateful if any1 could clarify this before i order one for myself

Thanks

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