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Microsoft Wireless Notebook Presenter Mouse 8000 - Amazon £29.97

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I currently have a Logitech mouse but when I bought it I was torn between that and this... The price at the time decided for me... Now this is below £30 I'm not sure what I'd have done!!! Here's… Read More
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7y, 4m agoFound 7 years, 4 months ago
I currently have a Logitech mouse but when I bought it I was torn between that and this... The price at the time decided for me...

Now this is below £30 I'm not sure what I'd have done!!!

Here's the bumph...

EDIT: Moved to post 2!
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On 2nd thoughts there's a lot of bumph so I'll nove it to post 2... Which is of course here!

Product Features

[LIST]
[*]Presentation Controls - Smoothly navigate throu
[*]Media Remote - Use for multimedia presentations
[*]Battery Life Indicator - You won&apost;t caught
[*]2.4 GHz Bluetooth with First Connect Technology
[*]Connect wirelessly right out of the box with 2.4[/LIST]
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[*]Product Description: Microsoft Wireless Notebook Presenter 8000 - mouse
[*]Device Type: Mouse
[*]Colour: Grey, anthracite
[*]Localisation: EMEA
[*]Connectivity Technology: Wireless - Bluetooth
[*]Wireless Receiver: USB wireless receiver
[*]Movement Detection Technology: Laser
[*]Buttons Qty: 5
[*]Movement Resolution: 1000 dpi
[*]Features: Programmable buttons, zoom wheel, laser pointer, scrolling 4-way button, Tilt Wheel technology, High Definition Laser Technology
[*]OS Required: Microsoft Windows XP SP2, Microsoft Windows Vista
[*]Microsoft Certification: Certified for Windows Vista
[*]Manufacturer Warranty: 5 years warranty[/LIST]

Technical Details

[COLOR=#e47911]Main Specifications [/COLOR][LIST]
  • Product Description: Microsoft Wireless Notebook Presenter 8000 - mouse
  • Device Type: Mouse
  • Colour: Grey, anthracite
  • Localisation: EMEA
  • Connectivity Technology: Wireless - Bluetooth
  • Wireless Receiver: USB wireless receiver
  • Movement Detection Technology: Laser
  • Buttons Qty: 5
  • Movement Resolution: 1000 dpi
  • Features: Programmable buttons, zoom wheel, laser pointer, scrolling 4-way button, Tilt Wheel technology, High Definition Laser Technology
  • OS Required: Microsoft Windows XP SP2, Microsoft Windows Vista
  • Microsoft Certification: Certified for Windows Vista
    [*]Manufacturer Warranty: 5 years warranty[/LIST][COLOR=#e47911]Extended Specifications

    General
    [/COLOR][LIST]
  • Form Factor: External
  • Compatibility: PC
  • Localisation: EMEA
  • Device Type: Mouse
  • Colour: Grey, anthracite
    [*]Wireless Receiver: USB wireless receiver[/LIST][COLOR=#e47911]Expansion / Connectivity
    [/COLOR][LIST]
    [*]Interfaces: 1 x USB - 4 PIN USB Type A[/LIST][COLOR=#e47911]Manufacturer Warranty
    [/COLOR][LIST]
  • Service & Support: 5 years warranty
    [*]Service & Support Details: Limited warranty - 5 years[/LIST][COLOR=#e47911]Software / System Requirements
    [/COLOR][LIST]
    [*]OS Required: Microsoft Windows XP SP2, Microsoft Windows Vista[/LIST][COLOR=#e47911]Input Device
    [/COLOR][LIST]
  • Features: Programmable buttons, zoom wheel, laser pointer, scrolling 4-way button, Tilt Wheel technology, High Definition Laser Technology
  • Connectivity Technology: Wireless
  • Buttons Qty: 5
  • Movement Detection Technology: Laser
  • Movement Resolution: 1000 dpi
  • Max Operating Distance: Up to 10 m
    [*]Interface: Bluetooth[/LIST]
  • #2
    I have one, its a very nice laptop mouse but at £30 a bit expensive IMO
    #3
    I'd say £30 was a bargain really ;) Especially if you can make use of the laser and presenter buttons!
    #4
    I've done a quick search previous to posting and £35 was the best I'd found... Some places are still putting them out at over £60 which is of course ridiculous.

    The VX nano I got was from a pointer on here and set me back around £30 at the time which was an absolute bargain as the Microsoft one here was £50 at best...

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