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MSI Wired Laser Mouse - £3.99 *Reserve & Collect* @ Argos

£3.99 @ Argos
rrp of £17.99 Collect in store only, reasonable price if you need to buy one locally.
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rrp of £17.99

Collect in store only, reasonable price if you need to buy one locally.
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#1
had my eye on this at this price for a while but there is no stock anywhere near me ever :(
#2
Thanks, got my locals last one, heat added
#3
None near me, another Argos low stock deal. Nice if you can get one.
#4
was gonna check stock, but its got those horrible little buttons on the side where you put your thumb.
I filled out a pdf application form last week, took 2 hours to write up, couldnt save it either, i accidentally pressed one of those buttons when moving the mouse and bang, the form was gone %&^&$&$%&%$&%$^£^£!!!!

Good price for a laser mouse tho, if I got one I'd take it apart and disable the buttons of Beelzebub.
#5
loopie - Mar 01, 2011 11:01
None near me, another Argos low stock deal. Nice if you can get one.
Agree none near me Hot if you can drop on one :(
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I know they are more but these are actually pretty good for the moeny.
http://www.play.com/Search.html?searchtype=allproducts&searchsource=0&searchstring=gigabyte+mouse

Link is for the range of options, there is one for just over £5.

Edited By: staffsMike on Mar 01, 2011 18:07
#7
stock in motherwell and parkhead forge
#8
jacksprout
stock in motherwell and parkhead forge
also forgot hamilton town centre
#9
cheap but what an ugly thing that is. looks like a sanitary towel when you zoom it.
#10
splatsplatsplat
was gonna check stock, but its got those horrible little buttons on the side where you put your thumb.
I filled out a pdf application form last week, took 2 hours to write up, couldnt save it either, i accidentally pressed one of those buttons when moving the mouse and bang, the form was gone %&^&$&$%&%$&%$^£^£!!!!

Good price for a laser mouse tho, if I got one I'd take it apart and disable the buttons of Beelzebub.
bummer ... id not buy a mouse without one though!
#11
Tip: Never spend 2 hours filling in a form in a web browser. Use notepad then copy & paste. That way you can safely use any mouse you like!
#12
mm..il probably stick with my mx518 =)
#13
Just got one of these today and it's almost exactly the same (aesthetically) as my Razer Deathadder - right down to the rubberised finish and the button on the underside to change the dpi setting!
I assume the innards are completely different though:
From the details on the box the MSI is 2000dpi (max) where as the Razer is 1800dpi (max) but the Razer has a "3G Infrared Sensor" and the MSI just says it's a "Game Grade Layer" (typo - laser?)

Anyway, got one from Argos Leamington (Guy Street) while I was in town today, haven't checked whether there are any more around here.
#14
I managed to reserve two for tomorrow (one for me, one for a friend). Can anyone confirm that it doesn't have the dreaded "dancing cursor" problem as stated on one Argos review?

Had a cheapo mouse which did that and threw it in the bin. (Mercury branded, from Bigpockets, a few years back)!


Edited By: louiselouise on Mar 13, 2011 17:53: a
#15
louiselouise
I managed to reserve two for tomorrow (one for me, one for a friend). Can anyone confirm that it doesn't have the dreaded "dancing cursor" problem as stated on one Argos review?Had a cheapo mouse which did that and threw it in the bin.
Trying it now. It looks rather nice! The wheel lights up blue, for those who like lighty-uppy things.

You can adjust the DPI from 400/800/2000 with a little button on the back. No dancing cursor as yet!

This is the cheapest price I've ever paid on a mouse. Thanks again OP!
#16
Does anyone know the model number/drivers for this? When I boot up my PC the mouse seems to go into 400 DPI by default. Could get quite annoying!

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