Microsoft Wireless Laser Mouse 5000, £12.19 Delivered @ Amazon - HotUKDeals
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RRP:£29.99
High Definition Laser Technology
Magnifier* - enlarge a selection of screen to take a closer look
Tilt Wheel for Convenient 4-Way Scrolling save time by scrolling side-to-side, up and down
Comfort for Either Hand with this ambidextrous design
Five Customisable Buttons set the mouse up for a more personalised way of working
1000 Dpi ultra responsive control
85 Million Operation per second
Intelligent Tracking System - most advanced available
6000 Frames per second
0.18 CMOS Technology Even longer battery life 6 months +
Optical has been left for dead, in fact enter Microsoft High Definition Laser technology, this is as good as it gets. More precision, more response and enhanced, smoother tracking on more surfaces than ever before. To put it simply, this mouse has the most advanced and intelligent tracking system available. This is precision from a whole new world and it doesn't stop there. With an ambidextrous design this mouse not only fits the palm of you hand like a glove, but you can use it left handed too. Let a work rate of 85 million operations per second aid life at the PC, whether you're playing a game or working on that new master design. Allow easy function features such as forward, back and 4-way scrolling buttons to do the hard work for you and join the premier league of desktop mice. The ultimate in performance, productivity, control and comfort
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#1
I believe this is the one with a lead on the receiver (not USB stick), so not suitable for notebooks.
#3
I think Amazon reviews are a lot better than ebuyer at least you get to see both sides. Ebuyer often delete theirs and the reviews are normally how great the product is.
#4
999tigger
I think Amazon reviews are a lot better than ebuyer at least you get to see both sides. Ebuyer often delete theirs and the reviews are normally how great the product is.


I know for a fact that Ebuyer delete reviews - and is the absolute reason why I would therefore never buy anything from them.
#5
If this is the same Microsoft mouse as the one I purchased (and it certainly looks like it), I wouldn't touch it with a barge pole.

For a start, it was a terribly heavy thing. Then it had a button on the side, right where your finger would catch on it and the darn thing would do something you didn't want it to.

I'm not voting either way, but I absolutely hated that mouse and went back to my good old Dell corded one with gratitude!
#6
I find thhem a great company to deal with. I just find the reviews on amazon better written, but e-buyer reviews are all how fantastic the product is. We arent idiots. I expect hard drives to fail from time to time. It wont put me off if Amazon reviewers point out the little things like design flaws.

PS I love my MS Habu which is wired. Intellimouse Explorer gets great reviews, but its hard to find these days. Logitech tends to get good reviews.
#7
using that mouse now, its great
#8
Jeez, that receiver is huge!!!
#9
I have had one for a while, its not the best mouse in the world, but in the sort of price range I doubt there are few that would beat it.

Alex.
#10
Thanks , ordered one . At the moment i'm using a bog standard Time mouse (remember them) from 2001 with the old ball in the bottom !! so no matter what any review says this little beauty is going to be better !
Heat and rep added Taswir1 .
#11
have it and absolutely hate it. will be changing it soon. damn heavy and quite uncomfortable to use.

voted neither way though.
#12
lucky it comes with a nice tiny reciever
#13
bought one, now just 4 left...
#14
it's gone up a few pennies to £12.33
Back down to £12.19 now!
#15
I had one of these and was quite pleased with it.
#16
£12.33 now
#17
excellent price for a wireless laser mouse. was looking for a one just last week and settled on this £25 logitech jobby. nice and light, shame it doesnt have the micro receiver - this one protrudes an inch from my laptop but its manageable.

http://www.pcworld.co.uk/gbuk/logitech-mx620-cordless-laser-mouse-00852274-pdt.html?srcid=867&xtor=AL-50
#18
I use one of these and it's very good, but the receiver is bigger than the damn mouse.
#19
Mr Ashcroft
I use one of these and it's very good, but the receiver is bigger than the damn mouse.


Using one now. Great mouse, no problems with buttons on side. Receiver is a tad large, but just place it out of sight.

Hot for me, particularly as you can get this in the keyboard bundle, which isn't to some people's taste.
#20
Go for the microsoft mobile mouse 4000. Much nicer design and perfect for notebooks with the nano receiver and bluetrack for tracking on difficult surfaces. £15
#21
I see a number of comments on the size of the mouse etc being a problem for alot of people. For me, this is not the drawback, as I have comfortably used Microsoft mice for many years and find them to be excellent in that department. My issue with this particular mouse is its sensitivity; I find it to be a bit too twitchy for want of a better word. The mouse wheel action is also completely smooth, which is a shame since I prefer the notched motion of many cheaper and older mice. As I said before however, for £12 or so, there are many worse mice.
#22
Showing as £12.30 now ????
#23
looks a good deal to me, thanks
#24
Superb design, have been using this one for over a year now. The best.
#25
Had one for a while. Yes the interface is big, but fine for a desktop.

Prime thing is it keeps together better than Logitech mice. The only thing that has worn is the little silvered logo thing under your palm - it loses all the coating. That's much better than Logitech where the rubberised bits wear off.

Well worth the money.

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