Shiny Red Wireless 2.4Ghz Optical Mouse with Micro USB Dongle, £5.99 Delivered @ Ebuyer - HotUKDeals
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Was £8.99
Features:
2.4GHz Wireless Technology range up to 10M
Stylish Shiny Red Mouse Colour
Intelligent power saving technology, saves battery power
Real time DPI Switch between 800/1600dpi for more precise movement
Page Back/Forward keys on side of mouse for easier internet/document surfing
"Plug-And-Forget" Micro USB Dongle which makes it ideal for laptop use. Because the USB Receiver is so tiny, it only protrudes a few millimetres from the side of the laptop, which means you can leave it plugged in without the risk of catching or damaging the USB Dongle.
USB Dongle can be stored inside the mouse when not in use
Batteries not included (requires 1x AA Battery)
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#1
Looks like a real high quality product
#2
Looks nifty, and how far can it go wrong? I bought a £5.00 wired one from them before with aluminum cover and it works a treat.
#3
THANKS, free del too. heat
1 Like #4
Oooh, shiny shiny. Always a big selling point on a mouse.

Edited By: Weenie Beenie on Aug 22, 2010 02:40: gg
#5
Looks very similar to the Microsoft wireless mouse.
#6
Sounds fine but Ebuyer like an extra £3.48 to deliver to Aberdeen. Still if you are not north Scotland, islands and perhaps Ireland too, hot deal!
#7
I have the Logitech wireless & it's fantastic (no wires to fight)
#8
Shipping to Orkney £7.99 via Royal Mail - despite this being the default "free" delivery, and Royal Mail delivering anywhere in the UK for the same price.

Now I begin to remember all the reasons I stopped buying from Ebuyer!
#9
my son would love one of these!
#10
Is this a proper size mouse or a 'laptop' mini one? I bought a wireless mouse mistakenly thinking I would be able to use it without looking like I had a stroke
#11
ordered one and heat added - just read the last post - hoping this is full sized!! :@(
#12
Just got one a few days ago from the far East @ £4.55. Very responsive on the arm of the chair and very comfortable to use. Full size mouse with a tiny transmitter(?) HTH
#13
I have 2 of these, they have a cheap feel but battery life and operation is excellent.
#14
Very nice item, my wife has one.
BUT note that they do not provide free shopping to Scotland. £3.48 shipping to Scottish mainland
#15
Sounds brill for a fiver. If only it wasn't eBuyer. Fell out with them a good while ago after some God awful customer service and will never... NEVER use them again!

Great deal, but I'm too stubborn. Heheh!
#16
I've got a Belkin wired optical which sits on my desk and gradually changes colours.

How can I get rid of that?

It's really pretty.
#17
Ordered, Thanks
#18
Does anyone know if this would work alongside a wireless keyboard also working on the 2.4Ghz frequency?
#19
DO NOT BUY!!!

Got one of these with my laptop purchase, a really cheap product, died after 3 weeks.


Stay away.
#20
I was skimming through HUKD and looked at the picture before the title, and thought it was a bicycle helmet.

Looks a good deal though.
#21
I have two of these, red and green. They are brilliant, good feel, long battery life and the micro USB adapter is perfect for a laptop. This is a good price. Buy before it goes up again. Hot from me.
#22
Is this bluetooth or just normal wireless?
#23
Pfffft, I had ordered before they declined the card. Odd, considering i bought a laptop yesterday which wasn't declined.
#24
Are we sure this is shiny? I'm looking for a new mouse, but it needs to be really shiny.
#25
I have a matt version of this mouse, paid around £6.99 for it - been using it for a few weeks and so far its very good. No disks needed for installation, just plugged it into my laptop and it recognised it after a few mins.

PS Its a full sized mouse.
#26
Nickjjjjj
Pfffft, I had ordered before they declined the card. Odd, considering i bought a laptop yesterday which wasn't declined.

Said purchase may have triggered this subsequent 'decline'. Especially if the laptop was over £500.
#27
Wireless mice seem a great idea, although I would need to tie it to my PC with a bit of string to stop losing it.

Now imagine it could be wire to power it instead of string!

Brilliant idea!

HOT all the same.

:-)
#28
aircanman
Is this bluetooth or just normal wireless?
'2.4GHz Wireless Technology range up to 10M'
#29
Can't deal with swapping batteries all the time. I'm sticking with wires.
#30
Just ordered thanks!
#31
Would have been nice to have this mouse just connect to the already built in bluetooth on my laptop, not having to use up one of my usb slots. Still good deal.
#32
MUFCristiano
Can't deal with swapping batteries all the time. I'm sticking with wires.

This uses
Intelligent power saving technology, saves battery power
, if it is like my Logitech one, which I use every day, the batteries will last 4 months on average.
#33
Fair enough. The standard ones I use go after a week, which is a hassle.
#34
AberdeenDad
Sounds fine but Ebuyer like an extra £3.48 to deliver to Aberdeen. Still if you are not north Scotland, islands and perhaps Ireland too, hot deal!

I thought with most online companies it was only extra to Highlands &Islands i.e. Orkney & Shetland etc

Surely Aberdeen is as easy as Dundee, Edinburgh And Glasgow ?

Edited By: halfpenny on Aug 23, 2010 21:46: extra info
#35
I have had this mouse delivered today it works well except when I turn the computer off the red light on the bottom of the mouse is still on and flickering even when I take the receiver out it is still on. The only way I can get the light off is to remove one of the batteries. That is another thing confusing me the leaflet says it takes 1 AA battery when in fact it uses 2 AAA batteries. Is this just me being thick or is there something wrong with it. The batteries are not going to last long if the light is on permanantly
#36
gkbeckmann
I Buy before it goes up again. Hot from me.

Too late. Price back to £8.99 again now.
#37
Wilma Rubble
I have had this mouse delivered today it works well except when I turn the computer off the red light on the bottom of the mouse is still on and flickering even when I take the receiver out it is still on. The only way I can get the light off is to remove one of the batteries. That is another thing confusing me the leaflet says it takes 1 AA battery when in fact it uses 2 AAA batteries. Is this just me being thick or is there something wrong with it. The batteries are not going to last long if the light is on permanantly


If you leave the mouse alone on a desk/table the light will go out after a minute or so - this is the auto sleep mode.
I guess this model does not have an on-off switch underneath then. If it was the single AA battery version ( like i bought off ebay )- it would have the on-off switch.
You can get these from ebay at under £5.20 delivered on buy-it-now - but from a hong kong supplier ( so delivery take 2-3 weeks).
#38
Got mine today - it works fine although is cheap feeling. takes 2 aaa batteries which are not supplied
#39
[/quote]If you leave the mouse alone on a desk/table the light will go out after a minute or so - this is the auto sleep mode.I guess this model does not have an on-off switch underneath then. If it was the single AA battery version ( like i bought off ebay )- it would have the on-off switch.You can get these from ebay at under £5.20 delivered on buy-it-now - but from a hong kong supplier ( so delivery take 2-3 weeks).[/quote]
I have left the mouse idle all day and the light is still on it is flashing quite quickly. I will see if it runs the batteries down quickly and phone them if they do.
#40
Wilma Rubble
I have left the mouse idle all day and the light is still on it is flashing quite quickly. I will see if it runs the batteries down quickly and phone them if they do.



Trust me, it goes out after a minute! It turns on when you move it again, like all wireless mouses!

I got the same from ebuyer, left it on a glass table (so i can see underneath) , and it went off automatically!

I have left the mouse idle all day and the light is still on it is flashing quite quickly. I will see if it runs the batteries down quickly and phone them if they do.[/quote]



Edited By: navidnadali on Aug 26, 2010 21:25: quoting the right person

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