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Logitech VX Revolution Wireless Mouse
A high-speed wireless, ultra-precise laser mouse for notebooks, Logitech 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, Logitech 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.
Logitech VX Revolution 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
* Logitech Documentation in English
* 3-year Logitech guarantee
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#1
Worth pricematching @ PC World, £49.99 instore
#2
£17 price matched at PCW?
#3
if only it was the full sized MX not the laptop VX id have had one :(
#4
Can anyone confirm the price at PC World if 'Pricematched ' ?? Thanks
#5
RICKYM;2324757
Can anyone confirm the price at PC World if 'Pricematched ' ?? Thanks


As above, it should be £17 - ie the same price, less 10% of the difference: £20 - (10% of £30).

PCW can be a little awkward with pricematching ebuyer but if you are polite an friendly, they should do it for you with a little persuasion.

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#6
My local PCWorld (Farnborough) would match the price + £5 delivery so wanted to charge me £25.
#7
B_T;2327347
My local PCWorld (Farnborough) would match the price + £5 delivery so wanted to charge me £25.


Best to bring a printout showing the free supersaver delivery option if available from EBuyer - I generally add items to the basket to get a final price and take this to PCW. In this case I think that the lowest shipping option is £2.58

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#8
A note on the VX series - I have the VX Nano. Very nice piece of kit. I was surprised that the slightly smaller size actually has made my hand more comfortable for some bizarre reason. The free-scrolling scroll wheel is excellent. But, by far the best feature above all the other wireless units, is the Nano USB dongle. It is tiny. barely sticks out of the laptop, and I haven't remove it from the machine since installation, even though I bag and drag my laptop every day.
One of the few decently shaped ambidextrous mice too (good for me being a left hander).

That said, it is very expensive. But I wasn't paying!
#9
I have this exact mouse in my hand right now. Those with big hands stay away, can cramp you up, it is not ambidextrous, Righties only.

Pretty good performance and interesting scroll wheel, has its pros and cons

im looking to sell mine actually, need a bigger mouse
#10
I'm using this mouse right now and it is absolutely awesome - when you first pick it up you'll be amazed how comfortable it is in your hand..and its ridiculously easy to carry around as well, the dongle clicks into the back of the mouse out of sight for when you're using it...I can definitely recommend if you're thinking of buying this
#11
A high-speed wireless, ultra-precise laser mouse for notebooks, Logitech VX Revolution?turbocharges your digital experience.

LOL, it's a mouse!

nice find.
#12
#13
mercurystar999


Yes. This logitech are the best mouses around. I have the MX and its a dream to use.
#14
An ideas what the best (wired) mouse is for gaming, that isn't stupid money?

Also that isn't a Micro$oft branded mouse.
#15
JayDubya
A note on the VX series - I have the VX Nano. Very nice piece of kit. I was surprised that the slightly smaller size actually has made my hand more comfortable for some bizarre reason. The free-scrolling scroll wheel is excellent. But, by far the best feature above all the other wireless units, is the Nano USB dongle. It is tiny. barely sticks out of the laptop, and I haven't remove it from the machine since installation, even though I bag and drag my laptop every day.
One of the few decently shaped ambidextrous mice too (good for me being a left hander).

That said, it is very expensive. But I wasn't paying!


Whats the battery life like on these?
#16
mikeyp
Whats the battery life like on these?


I have a VX nano too. I wanted the micro sized USB dongle. Until Logitech release some of their other mices with the micro receiver, I am NEVER changing my mouse!

The battery lasts bloomin' months! I'd guess at least 6 months since I last changed them, and I use the laptop every single day, on average for a couple of hours a day.
#17
kev_gordon
I have a VX nano too. I wanted the micro sized USB dongle. Until Logitech release some of their other mices with the micro receiver, I am NEVER changing my mouse!

The battery lasts bloomin' months! I'd guess at least 6 months since I last changed them, and I use the laptop every single day, on average for a couple of hours a day.


Damn shame it aint on offer, Im a lefty and could do with one.
#18
JoeUK
An ideas what the best (wired) mouse is for gaming, that isn't stupid money?

Also that isn't a Micro$oft branded mouse.


Why don't you want a mouse from one of the most popular hardware companies out there? Microsoft hardware are the people who brought us the sidewinder joystick and the intellimouse explorer optical mouse.

Also, most top-end wired gaming mice are £35-45 - if you consider that stupid money then some idea of what you are looking to spend would be helpful
#19
I had a Microsoft mouse, was a USB and worked touchwood for a number of years. This was when the new style mouses' were released (no mouse ball, laser light). I eventually got a wireless one seen as it was donks old but to date it works fine.
#20
kev_gordon
I have a VX nano too. I wanted the micro sized USB dongle. Until Logitech release some of their other mices with the micro receiver, I am NEVER changing my mouse!

The battery lasts bloomin' months! I'd guess at least 6 months since I last changed them, and I use the laptop every single day, on average for a couple of hours a day.


My sentiments entirely - Highly recommeded . :thumbsup:

I've not had to remove the USB receiver and the battery is still going strong after 4 months and daily use.
#21
Logitech G5 and Logitech mx518 i'd say are the most popular gamign mice, £25-£35

very comfortable too
#22
Got this very mouse (VX Revolution) a month or so ago when it was first posted here (same price). It's worth every single penny. Very precise, works on all surfaces (when on the laptop I tend to use it on whatever's around...), I love the wheel that makes for easy scrolling, and it looks really good.

Regarding the size, it's not that small for a notebook mouse, the one I had before was about half the size. In that regard, people with giant hands might have problems indeed, but to be honest I've got rather large hands and still find it very comfortable, actually the most comfortable mous I've ever used.
Also, it would have been nice to have a pouch to protect it when packed in the carrying case, but at least the power is switched off automatically when the USB adapter is tucked away inside the mouse.

A must have by all means, it's not the cheapest mouse around but at £19.99 it's worth considering that you will most likely keep it 3 or 4 times the time you'd tolerate those £7 to £10 cheap mice before binning them. Talking out of experience there... ;-)

Voted hot (again).
#23
I think something like this would be far more better for gaming.

http://www.play.com/PC/PCs/4-/3326997/Cyber-Snipa-Optical-Intelliscope-Mouse-USB/Product.html


If you are looking for the ultimate gaming mouse it has to be this one:

http://www.cybersnipa.com/eu/products/stinger-gaming-mouse.php


just read the reviews and you will be convinced, well priced aswell.
#24
Looks similar to the Logitech MX600 Laser Cordless mouse available in this desktop focused bundle fro £25.

http://www.hotukdeals.com/item/185328/logitech-easycall-wireless-keyboard/
#25
£69.99 in PC World... anyone got a successful price match offer?
#26
I have no idea, i personally only prefer microsoft mouse (original)... I have experience with wireless mouses and Microsoft is on top with that. But thats just me.

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