Microsoft Wireless Mobile Mouse 3500 - £10.20 @ John Lewis - free delivery to store. Three year guarantee - HotUKDeals
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This looks pretty neat - it has a nano receiver, and 8 months battery life. It also comes with a 3 year guarantee.

Free delivery to store, and free home delivery if you spend over £30.


The Microsoft Wireless Mobile Mouse 3500, featuring the revolutionary Microsoft BlueTrack technology, combines the power of an optical mouse with the precision of laser for remarkable tracking on virtually any surface.

This compact wireless mouse also has everything you need to stay connected while you’re on the go. Its nano transceiver can be left plugged in when you’re on the go or stowed in mouse itself.

The Microsoft Wireless Mobile Mouse 3500’s 2.4 GHz signal and optical 1000 dpi sensor let you work confidently and comfortably at home or in the office.

Use your mouse without power interruption for up to 8 months on a single battery and feel free to use the on/off switch - you can conserve more battery power by turning your mouse off when not in use. For left- or right-hand use.
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This is actually the top rated Microsoft product at Test Freaks:
This is pretty good. I'm a logitech fan myself but this is a steal for a tenner. Heat added.
three year guarantee too. heat added.
I have this, its a doozey. Ickle reciever and very good battery life plus it has a long guarantee. Billy bargain if you ask me.
Been looking for a mouse with a small receiver, this looks great and very good price. Thanks OP.
this is a good mouse, i use one myself and the dongle in tiny too
ordered 3
I'm guessing this might be a bit too small for big hands.
I'm guessing this might be a bit too small for big hands.

There is a cheesy 'BuyTV' video on YouTube, which gives you an idea of size:
Good find!
Ordered, thanks
me want one.
Guess this wouldn't be good for general use on a desktop?
Thought this was the one with a front and back button...still a great price though! 8)
out of stock :(
Mine arrived this morning (next day delivery - impressive) and is ace. A huge improvement over my wired mouse. It is a bit on the small side but I'm sure I will get used to it (I have big hands!).
i think this is more for laptops than desktops!
Look small, and I prefer back and forward buttons and a scroller for ease of use.
I've had a £5 Trust mouse from ASDA for over 2 years now which is still going great. Replace batteries every 6-8 months! lol

Edited By: Kazaam on Jan 12, 2011 11:27
Just picked up one from Curry's who priced matched + 10% difference of 73 pence meant it cost me£9.47 . They checked stock from a John Lewis within 30 miles ,southhampton which had 4 in stock. Great little mouse for my netbook and using it now.
P.S It's worth downloading the software from micosoft so that you can change what the wheel click does.
got an email at 11:28 saying its back in stock, only came through at 11:48 and its now out of stock again argh
went to john lewis bristol and got the last one on the shelf, there wasnt a price tag so took it to the counter and behold! £10.20 well spent it seems, impressed
I just got mine! Great mouse!

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