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MICROSOFT WMM 3500 Wireless Mouse Was £25.52 Now £ 10.20 @ Comet

£10.20 @ Testing
Microsoft wireless notebook mouse. Windows, Windows Vista, and Mac compatible. Read More
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Microsoft wireless notebook mouse. Windows, Windows Vista, and Mac compatible.
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http://img.comet.co.uk/images/prod300/638854.jpg
#2
Thanks for pic
#3
couldn't see listed but seems to be nano receiver too from here
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=IPEGWElkQcs
good buy i think - id pay extra for thumbbutton but good price for decent looking mouse.
#4
Wonder why a Google shopping search only brings up Comet and Broad Buyer (whoever they are?)?

Is it an old model? Still cheap mind not knocking that!
#5
big b0y
Wonder why a Google shopping search only brings up Comet and Broad Buyer (whoever they are?)?

Is it an old model? Still cheap mind not knocking that!



Also available @ amazon for £15.99.
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[EDIT: Im a moron. the 2 I bought are the 4000, not 3500, although I cant see much difference between the 2 tbh, so Ive left my comments below anyways]

got 2 of these for £7 each via the special 8 item deals posted here that orange offered in their accessory promos leading up to christmas.

Id been looking for a decent wireless mouse for months and sussing out reviews etc, cos I wanted something which was decent on all surfaces [wood/glass/clothing/cushions] so i could use it on my main pc, laptop and mini9 netbook and through various OS's. AND i wanted decent battery life since that's whut everyone normally whines about with these things most

gotta say im soooo glad i bought 2 of em when i had the chance [orange said it was limited to 1, but i chanced my arm on 2 and received em, no issue.

this is a fab fab fab mouse and well worth a tenner easily. was gonna go for this logitec [http://www.play.com/PC/PCs/4-/11751125/Logitech-M505-Wireless-Mouse-Silver/Product.html?P36=SF4TUE] just before seeing this one and i got 2 for the price of 1 basically.

its fab to hold, has smooth rubber sides, scrolling options galore, non intrusive extra buttons, wheel goes 3 ways, no surface performance issues whatsoever

battery life has been top notch and I havent changed the batteries that came with it yet. im not a gamer but a heavy net user

best of all its the most silent bloody mouse Ive ever had. no annoying button clicking noises at all.
it's slightly heavier than ther similar sized wireless mouse Ive used and easier to handle because of that imo

I'd pay £20 for it if i needed one and couldnt find one on offer tbh

anyhoo ... great deal, and fantastic mouse. get one while theyre still available.

heat added





Edited By: Curiously on Jan 04, 2011 13:40: cuz Im a moron
#7
Looks very similar to this one at Asda for £10....

http://direct.asda.com/Microsoft-Wireless-Mouse/000503892,default,pd.html

The Asda one is only the '1000' model, but also has a nano usb transceiver, and works great - I know as we got one for our sons laptop.

Not sure what diffreneces the comet one would have to have justified the original price.
#8
As usual, get from your local pcworld or currys with 10% price promise difference, bringing this down to £9.50 approx.
#9
Adding heat. Only wish I had switched to a wireless mouse before I did. Fantastic things.
#10
the deal is listed as 10.20 but you gotta add on £5.94 just for delivery.
#11
We got 2 a few months ago when on offer, not too happy with them.
#12
@mousehunter...

Order/reserve online and Collect at Store.
#13
gr8 price
#14
awesome price got 2 from local store wow has nano reciever too!! thanks OP :) very pleased HEAT ADDED!!

Edited By: alfie786 on Jan 05, 2011 11:52: just
#15
Bought one. Thanks. 3% Quidco too!
#16
Offers like these are never in stock in the stores around where I live! I smell a conspiracy :)
#17
Offers like these are never in stock in the stores around where I live! I smell a conspiracy :)
#18
Bought one and ordered another for Saturday, no need to order online, just popped in and found one on the shelf labelled up for £25.52.
Comet will price match their own web price of £10.20 to the list price of £25.52. The sales assistant thought it was a mis-price at first.
The one I've ordered will be £10.20 as well, all good.

Heat added!

Edited By: Mr Rossi on Jan 04, 2011 22:05
#19
these are very easy to use i find no drivers required all done on XP and on mac no problemo!!
#20
I really wondered why people bother to buy a wireless mouse with a USB transmitter when you can use a bluetooth mouse, with so many laptops/netbooks/etc. coming with it incl.Saves USB port! I have been using DELL travel mouse for years of trouble free service. And they cost about 10 quid. We can even throw in a nano bluetooth dongle for about a pound or two.
#21
Works out at £16.14 with Delivery. Not worth it tbh...

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