Logitech VX Nano 5 Button Cordless Laser Mouse Kit £25.90 delivered @ Dell - HotUKDeals
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# Ultra portable cordless laser mouse for notebooks with nano-receiver.
# Tiny plug-and-forget nano-receiver ensures your mouse is always ready.
# The ultra-slim design makes it easy to slip into your notebook bag.
# Fly through long documents at hyper-speed or shift instantly to precise click-to-click scrolling.
# Laser technology delivers smoother cursor control on virtually any surface.
# 2.4 GHz digital cordless technology ensures seamless wireless connection
# USB connection; Windows® XP, Windows® Vista and Mac® OS X 10.3.9+ .
# Documentation in English.
# Full product support.
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banned#1
Nice price for that kit not sure why this is being voted cold
[mod]#2
http://snpi.dell.com/sna/images/products/large/570-10477.jpg
banned#3
QUESTION FOR MODS: I have by mistake ended up clicking cold, instead of hot - doop. Can a MOD please fix that up for me
#4
:roll: Just wanted to say that I bought this mouse a few weeks ago and it is great. The bluetooth receiver stays in my netbook permanently and the mouse is really nice to use. I read lots of reviews before buying and I am glad I went for this one.
#5
Great mouse. HOT. ordered two.
#6
can you not get it cheaper if you price match pc world ????????
#8
just to add that this mouse is great. I bought it the last time Dell had it on offer. Don't forget quidco too.
#9
great mouse .. 6 months now .. now problems ...
#10
Correct me if I am wrong, but the scroll wheel does not allow you to "middle click", it instead turns on the quick scroll. If you love opening and closing tabs in Firefox with the middle click then stay away, otherwise it is a great mouse.
#11
I have macbook with only 2 usb slots with one connected for internet and another for digital tv. Is there any way of using this mouse like buying 4 in 1 usb drive. Any help on this pls:roll:
#12
ra_2000k
I have macbook with only 2 usb slots with one connected for internet and another for digital tv. Is there any way of using this mouse like buying 4 in 1 usb drive. Any help on this pls:roll:


A USB hub?
#13
ra_2000k
I have macbook with only 2 usb slots with one connected for internet and another for digital tv. Is there any way of using this mouse like buying 4 in 1 usb drive. Any help on this pls:roll:


Can you not use the ethernet port for the Internet?
#14
Really pleased with this mouse - comfortable and easy to use. No problems at all over past 4 months - changed batteries only once so far
#15
Best mouse on the market for lappys... i have its big brother for my desktop also love them , Not quite as hot as it has been i do believe around £19 few months ago but best price around!!
#16
:thumbsup: from me. Been looking for a replacement mouse for the lappy, had seen these in PC World but didn't like the price.

Cheers OP, just ordered me one :)
#17
Had one of these for a while - lovely mouse to use BUT the wireless is too laggy/error prone for gaming so I took it back and swapped for a wired mouse.

If you're not bothered about accuracy in the heat of the moment - it's a nice item at a fair price I think.

p.s. I should say I've tried a few Logitech and MS cordless mice and NONE were accurate enough for gaming really - I'm not knocking this mouse in particular for that - cordless+gaming=not great is all
#18
chrisjhill
Can you not use the ethernet port for the Internet?


Sorry, as I am having a mobile USB internet, can't use the ethernet port. Can I connect this mouse to a USB hub?:roll:
#19
I don't think there are any limitations when using a USB hub. You may need a pwered one though.

Don't Macbooks have bluetooth in which case a bluetooth mouse could be the answer.
#20
Kuma
Don't Macbooks have bluetooth in which case a bluetooth mouse could be the answer.


Yes. System Preferences > Bluetooth.
#21
chrisjhill
Correct me if I am wrong, but the scroll wheel does not allow you to "middle click", it instead turns on the quick scroll. If you love opening and closing tabs in Firefox with the middle click then stay away, otherwise it is a great mouse.


Consider yourself about to be corrected...

There is a "zoom" button just behind the wheel. This can be configured to do whatever you want and is merely set to be "zoom" as default, and I have got it set to do just what you suggest, middle click.

This is a fantastic mouse. Good price.
#22
JayDubya
Consider yourself about to be corrected...

There is a "zoom" button just behind the wheel. This can be configured to do whatever you want and is merely set to be "zoom" as default, and I have got it set to do just what you suggest, middle click.

This is a fantastic mouse. Good price.


Yes .. there is a zoom buttn .. never used till read ur correction message .. lol .. it does what he says .. :w00t:
#23
Thanks, been looking for a wireless mouse for my new laptop. This was one I was considering, but the cheapest I had seen it was about £35.

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