Logitech VX Revolution Wireless Laser Mouse for Laptops - USB - £19.99 (Delivery £2.58) @ Ebuyer - HotUKDeals
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A high-speed wireless, ultra-precise laser mouse for notebooks, VX Revolution turbocharges your digital experience. Use the nearly frictionless alloy scroll wheel to fly through long documents at hyper-speed. Perform instant web queries with the convenient search button. 2.4 GHz cordless for interference-free connections. USB for PC/Mac. 3-year guarantee.US version:The ultimate notebook mouse, VX Revolution turbocharges your digital experience with a nearly frictionless alloy scroll wheel that lets you fly through long documents at hyper-speed. Perform instant web queries with the convenient search button, and effortlessly zoom in and out of photos and documents. 2.4 GHz cordless and laser tracking. 3-year warranty. USB. PC/Mac.
Specifications
High-speed wireless, ultra-precise laser mouse for notebooks
Robust 2.4 GHz digital cordless technology for fast, interference-free connection
Performance laser engine for absolute precision
Hyper-fast scrolling to fly through long documents
Touch to Search button for smart and swift web searching
Sculpted, right-hand shape for exceptional comfort
USB connection for Windows® XP, Vista and Mac OSX 10.2.8+
Documentation in English
3-year guarantee

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Product Description Logitech VX Revolution - mouse
Device Type Mouse
Localisation Europe
Connectivity Technology Wireless - RF
Wireless Receiver USB wireless receiver
Movement Detection Technology Laser
Features Zoom wheel, One-Touch Search, MicroGear Precision Scroll Wheel
Battery 1 x AA type
OS Required Microsoft Windows XP, Apple MacOS X 10.2.8 or later, Microsoft Windows Vista
Manufacturer Warranty 3 years warranty

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#1
was just about to post this but you beat me to it! Great deal :thumbsup:
#2
Great price for a great mouse .. Hot
#3
great price, marginally beating the previous hot deal posted a week ago at £25 (that's now risen to £35, but hey: it's DSG).
If the £25 deal hit 400degrees+, this deal should be a scorcher.
#4
Awesome deal, used this mouse as my main mouse for 4 months now and it rocks.
#5
I prefer the logitech nano vx for my notebooks, but at this price this deal has gotta be hot hot hot :w00t:
#6
Damn this is a good deal... shame im a lefty :(
#7
So can soemone explain what's special abt this mouse?
i've always been baffled by the 'high speed, high precision'. i'm unfortunate to be sitting at a desk (at work) with a ball mouse (i KNOW!!) .. but yet, it seems accurate and precise without all the gubbins.
#8
awesome mouse, it has a click wheel so you can scroll at super speeds, best mouse i ever had

*mine is desktop version
#9
MojoUK
Damn this is a good deal... shame im a lefty :(


yeah im a left too but i can still use the right hand mouses.infact, I always use mice with my righty. shame isnt it.
#10
Personally I have a VX nano, but I'm having trouble reading the description of this, is it wireless or is it USB?
#11
lininjim
Personally I have a VX nano, but I'm having trouble reading the description of this, is it wireless or is it USB?


It is wireless with a USB dongle you plug into PC. :)
#12
lininjim;2087852
Personally I have a VX nano, but I'm having trouble reading the description of this, is it wireless or is it USB?


The ebuyer page title clearly says "
Logitech VX Revolution[COLOR=Red] Wireless[/COLOR] Laser Mouse for Laptops - USB"
#13
why is this for laptops? is it a small mouse?
#14
If only this was for the normal MX revolution rather than the Minature sized notebook one :'(. Still a good deal though.
#15
k9plus1
So can soemone explain what's special abt this mouse?
i've always been baffled by the 'high speed, high precision'. i'm unfortunate to be sitting at a desk (at work) with a ball mouse (i KNOW!!) .. but yet, it seems accurate and precise without all the gubbins.


This is what I want to know. It may be cheaper than anywhere else - but what makes it so special from mouses at a similar price?
#16
I've got one of these its good however it squeeks everytime I press the left button I don't know if its because its new or broken its driving me crazy and I want to smash it!! :x
#17
MrDealManUK
I've got one of these its good however it squeeks everytime I press the left button I don't know if its because its new or broken its driving me crazy and I want to smash it!! :x


sounds broken to me
banned#18
extremely hot deal!
#19
So, what's so hot about this mouse? Those of you who have one should be able to comment.
banned#20
This is the notebook version of the MX mouse... this is a scorching deal..... im buying one. I've used the MX mouse for months on my desktop, but couldn't really justify the expense ~£40-£50. I can on £20!!
banned#21
Its ultra smooth, and the electronic rachet is great - click for normal mouse mode, or click the rachet off to have a free wheeling mouse wheel.

its the best wireless mouse on the market
#22
Can anyone tell me if this mouse is ok for normal day to day desktop use.

As in not a travelling environment, just sat on my desk working day to day.

Or would the larger model be better for desktop use ?
#23
If you're in the market for a 'mini' mouse then this represents a great deal - a bog standard Labtec one costs more at Staples, and the build quality is poor by comparison. Size wise it's neat and tidy and fits in your laptop bag, and no more wires to worry about.
#24
k9plus1
So can soemone explain what's special abt this mouse?
i've always been baffled by the 'high speed, high precision'. i'm unfortunate to be sitting at a desk (at work) with a ball mouse (i KNOW!!) .. but yet, it seems accurate and precise without all the gubbins.


If it's a good ball mouse then not much, although with optical you don't have to clean the rollers, which can be a big plus point for precision.

dazrama3
This is what I want to know. It may be cheaper than anywhere else - but what makes it so special from mouses at a similar price?


I'd like to know that too, I guess it's just that some people prefer logitech and this is one of their more recent mice.
#25
MrDealManUK
I've got one of these its good however it squeeks everytime I press the left button I don't know if its because its new or broken its driving me crazy and I want to smash it!! :x


A mouse going squeek, who'd have thought :-D
#26
nano
A mouse going squeek, who'd have thought :-D


LOL!!
#27
redondo5
why is this for laptops? is it a small mouse?


Yes it is, there are basically 2 form factors on the market: the normal-sized desktop one, and more and more, the notebook one that you can either get for your kids for their desktop, or for yourself if you care about having a smaller mouse that would fit neatly in your notebook case.

They often come in pouches to tidy the cables away or with retractable ones, or better, wireless with a USB adapter that often can be tucked away inside the body of the mouse.

usman330
Can anyone tell me if this mouse is ok for normal day to day desktop use.

As in not a travelling environment, just sat on my desk working day to day.

Or would the larger model be better for desktop use ?


If you're working on a desktop, you might find it's too small to be convenient in the long run, and certainly not as comfortable, but that's mainly a matter of taste and, er... hand-size. :p
Hope this helps.
#28
k9plus1
So, what's so hot about this mouse? Those of you who have one should be able to comment.


The Revolution series is currently the top of the range for Logitech. IMHO, the best notebook mouse of the moment (a matter of taste, as some will prefer the VX Nano).

Not only it's laser (about 20x more precise if I recall correctly, but in any case a lot more!) but it also features the "Revolution" technology from Logitech (one of only 2 mice to ever feature it so far, the other one being the desktop version), which makes the scroll wheel either behave just like any other, or it switches to a "free wheel mode" to allow browsing through long documents effortlessly. The difference is that the switch happens automatically on the desktop version (when the wheel reaches a certain speed) while it is manual (press a button) on the notebook edition.
I'd say it's the best thing in mouse technologies since optical and wireless.

Official product page at Logitech's

Voted "spectacular" in a CNET review, the only bad thing there being the price, but thanks to Sale, the OP, you won't even feel the pinch in your wallet!
Here's the full review, take a look if you still have doubts...

At that price, it's a proper steal! Voted extra hot and worth some rep' too! Going to order mine right now... Thanks a lot, Sale!
#29
can't remember the last time i spent £5 on amouse, and never bought into the whole "oh high DPI laser" ****.

but have to say, for £22 it's worth a shot ;) just bought one, and I think it's an awesome purchase (haven't even received yet, just read reviews).

hot, thanks!
#30
Blinding deal and a great mouse I have the MX Revolution for my Desktop (which is a bigger mouse) but best I have ever had
#31
chamelion
can't remember the last time i spent £5 on amouse, and never bought into the whole "oh high DPI laser" ****.

but have to say, for £22 it's worth a shot ;) just bought one, and I think it's an awesome purchase (haven't even received yet, just read reviews).

hot, thanks!


Well actually I remember spending £5 to £7 on a mouse at least a couple of times :p

Always been bitterly disappointed... Between the mice that didn't work properly (cursor jumping all over the screen at any time), the ones that couldn't work on most surfaces and the ones with the buttons that stopped working after a couple of months, I've eventually decided that cheap mice were a false saving and that I'd better spend a bit more but get proper value.

Your mouse is, with your keyboard, what you're going to use the most on your computer. You don't want to fight every time you use it, believe me! It is so annoying that you always end up trying to teach your mouse how to fly. Except that they never learn the trick and stubbornly focus on their crash-landing skills instead. :-D
#32
tempted to buy... but holding off until the big one's cheaper
#33
Ordered. Thanks OP.

Have to say, Logitech's customer service is faultless. 5 year warranty on most, if not all their computer mice. Had them replace my 4 year old Cordless Click Plus! mouse last week. Rang them Monday, gave them some details, had to humour them by trying some software fixes when in reality I knew it was a hardware fault with my mouse wheel, but after that they agreed to replace it. I didn't even have to send in my old mouse! Rang them Monday, received a brand spanking new mouse by Friday. Hell, they even replaced it with a newer model as they no longer sell the one they replaced, it was 4 years old after all.

So this is the second Logitech mouse I've bought since then just because their customer service was so excellent. Other manufacturers should take note!
#34
how good is this for Macs?

Also do I have to plug in the wireless dongle for it to work? or will it work with my laptops blue tooth or sumthing? I cant be assed to waste another usb port on my MACbook...
#35
Kiddson
Well actually I remember spending £5 to £7 on a mouse at least a couple of times :p

Always been bitterly disappointed... Between the mice that didn't work properly (cursor jumping all over the screen at any time), the ones that couldn't work on most surfaces and the ones with the buttons that stopped working after a couple of months, I've eventually decided that cheap mice were a false saving and that I'd better spend a bit more but get proper value.

Your mouse is, with your keyboard, what you're going to use the most on your computer. You don't want to fight every time you use it, believe me! It is so annoying that you always end up trying to teach your mouse how to fly. Except that they never learn the trick and stubbornly focus on their crash-landing skills instead. :-D


Three things that are really important with any pc (bit different with laptops, though you can add external device in all cases) is the monitor, mouse and keyboard. It's worth paying extra for these and you could use these potentially past the pc itself. A lot to be said for ergonomics. I've recently got a mount for my monitor to raise height and it makes a real difference. Having a mouse and keyboard that's the right fit for you hands also count.
#36
tianuk3
how good is this for Macs?

Also do I have to plug in the wireless dongle for it to work? or will it work with my laptops blue tooth or sumthing? I cant be assed to waste another usb port on my MACbook...


You have to use the dongle, the wireless signal is not bluetooth based.
#37
Very Nice find

Cheers
#38
Looks a good deal, although I'm kind of at a loss as to why they don't make the laptop version Bluetooth seeing that most modern laptops have it built in, and it's very cheap to implement. Surely lower cost to manufacture than having an external USB dongle, plus it's less hassle for the user -- just turn the mouse on and start using it, no having to plug and unplug the USB dongle every time you put the laptop into its carry case.

I'll wait out for either a full size desktop version, or a Bluetooth version for my laptop.
#39
I'm surprised at that seeing as my 4 year old Dell Latitude D600 has it built in, and that it costs only pennies for a large system builder to incorporate Bluetooth into a machine.

Saying that, my old Dell has proper serial and parallel ports, something newer machines usually lack. Of course most users won't notice unless you need to use a timing critical device, at which point you realise just how poor most USB-RS232 converters actually are. I'll be keeping my old Dell for a while yet :D
#40
Paul_M;2089530
Looks a good deal, although I'm kind of at a loss as to why they don't make the laptop version Bluetooth seeing that most modern laptops have it built in, and it's very cheap to implement. Surely lower cost to manufacture than having an external USB dongle, plus it's less hassle for the user -- just turn the mouse on and start using it, no having to plug and unplug the USB dongle every time you put the laptop into its carry case.

I'll wait out for either a full size desktop version, or a Bluetooth version for my laptop.


BT causes various issues, the advantage of not using bluetooth is that while the dongle is plugged in the PC simply sees this as a normal mouse whereas a BT mouse always need to be paired through the BT software before it will work.

Laser mice are well worth the money, they have excellent tracking on pretty much any surface.

John

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