Logitech VX Nano Cordless Laser Notebook Mouse for Business only £29.99 delivered @ Logitech - HotUKDeals
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Package Contents

* Logitech® VX Nano Cordless Laser Notebook Mouse for Business
* 2.4 GHz Plug-and-Forget Nano-receiver
* 2 AAA batteries
* Desktop USB extension stand
* Protective pouch
* Quick-start guide
* Downloadable Logitech® SetPoint™ software
* 3-year limited hardware warranty

Technical Specifications

* Cordless laser mouse
* Advanced 2.4 GHz wireless technology
* 1000 dpi resolution
* Plug-and-Forget Nano-receiver
* MicroGear™ Precision Scroll Wheel (for Hyper-fast scrolling)
* 5 programmable buttons
* On/Off switch
* Battery indicator
* Up to 6 months battery life*
* USB connectivity
* 32- and 64-bit platforms

System Requirements

*
PC
o Windows® XP or Windows Vista®
o USB port
o Internet connection (for download of Logitech® SetPoint™ software)


*
Mac
o Mac OS® X 10.3.9 or later
o USB port
o Internet connection (for download of Logitech® Control Center software)

Plug-and-forget nano-receiver

So small and unobtrusive, you can plug it into a USB port and forget about it. Plus, you can say goodbye to worries about broken or lost receivers.Plug into more about the plug-and-forget nano-receiver.

You just slip this sleek mouse into your notebook bag and go. The contoured shape and soft rubber grip keep you comfortable in the office or on the road.

Fly through documents and Web pages with a single spin. Or use click-to-click scrolling for the precision you need when navigating lists, slides, and images. Excited about hyper-fast scrolling?

You can scroll horizontally or vertically and zoom in or out with a flick of your finger—perfect for working with spreadsheets and presentations.*
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[mod]#1
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#2
I got this from Maplins Shrewsbury around 6 months ago for £10 (Discontinued table) absolutely fantastic mouse a little smaller than a standard mouse, Takes 1 AAA battery which lasts ?? I haven't changed it yet! The receiver is a tiny thing that plugs into the mouse when not in use also disabling the battery so not using any battery power when not needed.
#3
Not a great deal seeing as I paid £32.00 for mine 2 years ago! Also, the (left/right click) switches break down after about a year.
1 Like #4
entauba
Not a great deal seeing as I paid £32.00 for mine 2 years ago! Also, the (left/right click) switches break down after about a year.


Did you contact Logitech? I think they have a 2 year warranty. I had a broken MX Revolution and without sending it back they just shipped me a new version mouse. So I use the new one with the laptop and the old one is for the desktop.
#5
PC World in Merry Hill had a shelf full of these for just under £20 a few weeks back. Haven't looked recently but I bet they are all still there.
#6
I bought one for £19.97 from Currys
#7
aerotec
entauba
Not a great deal seeing as I paid £32.00 for mine 2 years ago! Also, the (left/right click) switches break down after about a year.


Did you contact Logitech? I think they have a 2 year warranty. I had a broken MX Revolution and without sending it back they just shipped me a new version mouse. So I use the new one with the laptop and the old one is for the desktop.


I did think of that, but thought they would just ask me to send the broken mouse to them, which would cost more than replacing the switches myself, which I did. Worked fine for about 6 months, now acting up again but different problem. Still, I really love the speed scrolling (is that what it's called?), which logitech seem to only use on their more expensive models...

Edited By: entauba on Oct 27, 2010 19:46: Edit
#8
entauba
aerotec
entauba
Not a great deal seeing as I paid £32.00 for mine 2 years ago! Also, the (left/right click) switches break down after about a year.
Did you contact Logitech? I think they have a 2 year warranty. I had a broken MX Revolution and without sending it back they just shipped me a new version mouse. So I use the new one with the laptop and the old one is for the desktop.
I did think of that, but thought they would just ask me to send the broken mouse to them, which would cost more than replacing the switches myself, which I did. Worked fine for about 6 months, now acting up again but different problem. Still, I really love the speed scrolling (is that what it's called?), which logitech seem to only use on their more expensive models...
had a problem with the model before mx revolution after 3 years or so - they sent me a new mx revolution out.
now if only they'd make one of these with bluetooth id buy it
#9
I have one of these for my PC its great. but I also paid 19.99 in pc world about 2 years ago
#10
Logitech Mouses are very good and worth paying extra for over a budget brand.
#11
alexandercooper
Logitech Mouses are very good and worth paying extra for over a budget brand.


Mice if you would ;)
#12
bought one on preorder without realising it wasn't out yet, paid £26 from a small internet company which must have been an error but i still got it.
#13
Logitech must be laughing all the way to the bank with people forking out £30 for a mouse
#14
sicknote
Logitech must be laughing all the way to the bank with people forking out £30 for a mouse

What an awesome contribution.

Andrex must also be laughing all the way to the bank by charging the equivalent of 75p for a roll of toilet paper compared to 15p for saver brands. Just because something is more expensive than its competitors doesn't mean it's a rip-off. When people use something so regularly, many of them are prepared to pay a bit more for quality and/or comfort. Just because you're not one of them doesn't make you any smarter or more savvy than them. Ever hear about people who know the cost of everything but the value of nothing?
#15
brianfj1200
Takes 1 AAA battery which lasts ?? I haven't changed it yet!


Are you sure, mine takes two AAA batteries, but you are right it does last ages.
#16
Why is this "for business use only" lol
#17
Why this is hot I don't know.
#18
spraint
PC World in Merry Hill had a shelf full of these for just under £20 a few weeks back. Haven't looked recently but I bet they are all still there.
Just forget it mate ...you won't get this baby for that money...never...
thats a different model but looks and name are similar - you are talking about Logitech V450 Nano....this one featured on this post is a totally different beast....
#19
willgimmence
Why this is hot I don't know.

Coz..its a great product...
#20
sicknote
Logitech must be laughing all the way to the bank with people forking out £30 for a mouse

your screen name tell it all mate...can't appreciate a thing...lol
#21
canada16
I have one of these for my PC its great. but I also paid 19.99 in pc world about 2 years ago

You are confused mate..you are talking about -- Logitech V450 Nano...which is not as good as this one...
#22
zen gell
canada16
I have one of these for my PC its great. but I also paid 19.99 in pc world about 2 years ago


You are confused mate..you are talking about -- Logitech V450 Nano...which is not as good as this one...



Actually I doubt he is.I got the VX Revolution from PC World for the same price on the clearance rack.
#23
Joggler
brianfj1200
Takes 1 AAA battery which lasts ?? I haven't changed it yet!


Are you sure, mine takes two AAA batteries, but you are right it does last ages.


Well I am using it now and just checked and definately only 1 AAA Maybe it's a different model but looking at the picture it looks identical, There are no model numbers on the mouse to check.
#24
willgimmence
Why this is hot I don't know.


+1.

Why on earth are people getting excited over a £30 mini mouse? This one from Dell:

http://accessories.euro.dell.com/sna/productdetail.aspx?c=uk&l=en&s=bsd&cs=ukbsdt1&sku=570-10804

is made by Logitech, works via Bluetooth so you don't block a USB port with a dongle, has all the same buttons and economy modes, and costs £22.22 delivered, before Quidco or vouchers.
#25
Noghar
willgimmence
Why this is hot I don't know.
+1.Why on earth are people getting excited over a £30 mini mouse? This one from Dell:http://accessories.euro.dell.com/sna/productdetail.aspx?c=uk&l=en&s=bsd&cs=ukbsdt1&sku=570-10804is made by Logitech, works via Bluetooth so you don't block a USB port with a dongle, has all the same buttons and economy modes, and costs £22.22 delivered, before Quidco or vouchers.
how do you know its made by logitech? doesn't look like their styling really.
also says works only with dell 365 bluetooth module - id think this is a lie but seems odd
reviews also pretty bad on the larger model for it pairing - probably a problem with this too although reviews aren't too bad for it.

Edited By: brilly on Oct 28, 2010 12:30: .
#26
To those of you not liking this deal you need to appreciate this is not an ordinary mouse. It is in a different league to the VX450 and other cheaper logitech mice that look very similar. When Currys were selling the VX450 for less that £20 they were selling this VX Nano alongside it for £65.

As well as extra buttons for functionality, the great thing about this mouse is it's 'friction free' scrolling wheel- it makes using the mouse a real pleasure. Other mice now feel really basic and cumbersome. I have had one for over a year, having previously had a cheaper VX450 and the difference is unbelievable. Bought one as a gift for a parent in law and she said the same.

I dread the day that mine gives up the ghost as I think these are now discontinued and will be difficult to get hold of. Luckily I bought mine for £25 when Comet were selling them off, but £30 is still a great buy. Couldn't recommend it enough.
#27
brianfj1200
Joggler
brianfj1200
Takes 1 AAA battery which lasts ?? I haven't changed it yet!


Are you sure, mine takes two AAA batteries, but you are right it does last ages.


Well I am using it now and just checked and definately only 1 AAA Maybe it's a different model but looking at the picture it looks identical, There are no model numbers on the mouse to check.


If you open the battery compartment you'll only see one AAA battery, but if you take it out you will find another one underneath. They are not side by side as in most mice.

Edited By: motley on Oct 28, 2010 17:09: spelling
#28
This is a brilliant mouse. Note to those who don't realise: it is a laser mouse and so is very sensitive and works on almost any surface. The batteries last for absolutely ages. I have only replaced mine once in almost 3 years.

The mouse wheel can be frictionless (which I dislike) or, if you press it, it will switch to a notched action, which give more feedback. It is the best mouse I have used.

Having said that I would still baulk at paying £29.99, but if I saw it at £19.99 I'd buy one for the wife and one each for the kids.......

Edited By: motley on Oct 28, 2010 17:14: more info
#29
zen gell

Just forget it mate ...you won't get this baby for that money...never...
thats a different model but looks and name are similar - you are talking about Logitech V450 Nano....this one featured on this post is a totally different beast....


Guess again. Having owned both, I know the difference. FWIW, the V450 is more comfortable to use.
#30
Noghar
willgimmence
Why this is hot I don't know.


+1.

Why on earth are people getting excited over a £30 mini mouse? This one from Dell:

http://accessories.euro.dell.com/sna/productdetail.aspx?c=uk&l=en&s=bsd&cs=ukbsdt1&sku=570-10804


is made by Logitech, works via Bluetooth so you don't block a USB port with a dongle, has all the same buttons and economy modes, and costs £22.22 delivered, before Quidco or vouchers.


you joking right? Logitech is well worth the money. Im using mine for 2 years now. Wouldnot be happy with any other mouse, Will defo buy again the same mouse if its gets broken.
#31
brilliant mouse, i bought it for £25 from ebay.
#32
This is an outstanding mouse, but this is not an outstanding price.

I believe they are discontinued now, so maybe this is why the prices are now higher than they were a year ago?

I've been using one for 2+ years without any issues. It's comfortable even though I'm a left hander. It is extremely portable in large thanks to the nano receiver which is small enough to leave in my laptop permanently.

This does take 2 AAA batteries - they are stacked on top of each other, so brian if you have never changed them you will not have seen the second battery!

I love the free-wheel scroll feature, and the programability of all the buttons (can be different depending on which app etc.) (as with all Logitech mice?).

BTW, working fine on Win7 32 bit.
#33
Great mouse, great price but waaaaay too small for my hands. I prefer the Revolution MX.
#34
Sweetchuck
sicknote
Logitech must be laughing all the way to the bank with people forking out £30 for a mouse
What an awesome contribution.Andrex must also be laughing all the way to the bank by charging the equivalent of 75p for a roll of toilet paper compared to 15p for saver brands. Just because something is more expensive than its competitors doesn't mean it's a rip-off. When people use something so regularly, many of them are prepared to pay a bit more for quality and/or comfort. Just because you're not one of them doesn't make you any smarter or more savvy than them. Ever hear about people who know the cost of everything but the value of nothing?

I'm sorry but it appears you've not learnt to read yet and instead become all aingsty when other people express an opinion. Perhaps you should read my post again and note that I made no mention of quality and no mention of a rip-off.

No, run along young one and learn to read.

Edited By: sicknote on Oct 29, 2010 20:46: cat wanted to come in
#35
sicknote
Sweetchuck
sicknote
Logitech must be laughing all the way to the bank with people forking out £30 for a mouse
What an awesome contribution.Andrex must also be laughing all the way to the bank by charging the equivalent of 75p for a roll of toilet paper compared to 15p for saver brands. Just because something is more expensive than its competitors doesn't mean it's a rip-off. When people use something so regularly, many of them are prepared to pay a bit more for quality and/or comfort. Just because you're not one of them doesn't make you any smarter or more savvy than them. Ever hear about people who know the cost of everything but the value of nothing?


I'm sorry but it appears you've not learnt to read yet and instead become all aingsty when other people express an opinion. Perhaps you should read my post again and note that I made no mention of quality and no mention of a rip-off.

No, run along young one and learn to read.

When you learn to write coherent and meaningful responses, I'll take the time to read them.

Ready whenever you are.
#36
up to £70 on ebay
#37
Noghar
willgimmence
Why this is hot I don't know.


+1.

Why on earth are people getting excited over a £30 mini mouse? This one from Dell:

http://accessories.euro.dell.com/sna/productdetail.aspx?c=uk&l=en&s=bsd&cs=ukbsdt1&sku=570-10804


is made by Logitech, works via Bluetooth so you don't block a USB port with a dongle, has all the same buttons and economy modes, and costs £22.22 delivered, before Quidco or vouchers.


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