Logitech V220 Wireless Optical Mouse for Laptops - £9.75 @ Tesco Direct !! - HotUKDeals
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This Logitech V220 mouse is the perfect optical mouse for wireless enabled laptops. Features a scroll wheel with horizontal scrolling and 3 programmable buttons. Requires 1 x AA battery
Battery Requirement 1 x AA
Brand Logitech
Connectivity Wireless
Features of Product Mini-receiver snaps onto the mouse and turns it off. More responsive high-definition optical technology. Side-to-side scrolling plus zoom
Laptop Mouse Yes
Product Depth 27.3 cm
Product Height 18.3 cm
Product Weight 210g
Product Width 36.3 cm
Programmable Buttons Yes
Quantity Buttons 5
Retractable Cable No
Scroll Wheel Yes
Wired or Wireless Wireless
Wireless Yes
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#2
useful gizmo if you have a small laptop
#3
These are great. I got one from Comet a few months ago.
#4
Delivery is £4.85
#6
Order from dell for 6p more and get a choice of colour http://www.hotukdeals.com/item/302937/logitech-v220-cordless-optical-mous/
#7
It is actually slightly cheaper when you add it to the basket, £9.75, so I am amending the price accordingly.
#8
#9
They also have these instore .. have just bought one.
#10

You need to user the voucher, it's in the deal i linked to.
#11
How do you get free delivery using the 'sim card' trick? I can see you get free delivery with some of the sim cards, but it still costs almost £5 for the sim card, so the total is nearer £15 then? or am I missing something here?...:?
#12
Don't forget quidco too! :thumbsup:
#13
the sim card 'trick' is free only if you return the card for a refund in store.

Good if you're comfortable with doing that. I personally am not.
#14
k9plus1
the sim card 'trick' is free only if you return the card for a refund in store.

Good if you're comfortable with doing that. I personally am not.


Thanks, I'm not really happy about doing that either. There's saving money, and there's scamming the retailer, and that's the latter. One step down from that would be "get it free, you just have to steal it"...
#15
I bought a couple of these from my local Tesco a few days ago.

The package comes with 1 X Duracell AA battery !.

Very good mouse, Very good price.
#16
There were 2 left in St. Peters Worcester Tesco at 6pm. I got no. 3 - Just plugged it into a Dell D420 running Ubuntu and it works straight off. Top banana.
#17
Searcher2
If Comet is handier for people then they have it for £9.99


Thx for the heads up, reserved and collected earlier today £9.99 [COLOR="Red"](- 0.40p C/B)[/COLOR] £9.59 in tot. :thumbsup:

[COLOR="Blue"]Review and close up pics if anyones interested[/COLOR]
*Clicky
#18
Pete95
Thanks, I'm not really happy about doing that either. There's saving money, and there's scamming the retailer, and that's the latter. One step down from that would be "get it free, you just have to steal it"...


Same, I'm actually suprised they allow you to do it. It's like argos refunding your purchase without taking back the free gift voucher you got with it.
#19
how is this mouse compared to bluetooth ones? is the range better or worse?
#20
valentins
how is this mouse compared to bluetooth ones? is the range better or worse?


No experience of bluetooth, there was some mention of the 'range' on page 2 of the review link in my last post
#21
PaulNT
You need to user the voucher, it's in the deal i linked to.


Voucher not working on these anymore
#22
Whats the size of the receiver?

Is it possible to get a bluetooth one so I don't need a receiver? It's just clogging up a USB port that I could otherwise use.
#23
Pete95
Thanks, I'm not really happy about doing that either. There's saving money, and there's scamming the retailer, and that's the latter. One step down from that would be "get it free, you just have to steal it"...


I agree.
#24
great for netbooks! :thumbsup:
#25
valentins
how is this mouse compared to bluetooth ones? is the range better or worse?


How far do you want to sit from your laptop ? :?
#26
Cracking mouse for the price, and I'm using it on the original alkaline battery from when I first used it 4 months ago (heavy user here 10+hrs daily)

Shame it doesn't have the nano reciever though - would have made this a great mouse

Its a RF USB only receiver so you can't swap it for Bluetooth either
#27
If you do not want to use the sim card trick (which I dont, seems to defeat the object of getting something delivered if you then have to go back to the shop for a refund). The cheapest I could find delivered is £13.99 at play.com - is there anywhere cheaper?

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