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Near identical to the Anker 8000DPi laser mouse, which is the number one selling gaming mouse on amazon, for £11 cheaper.

Absolute bargain for a pretty high spec mouse, especially when compared to the near identically spec'd anker laser mouse at around £26.

Can't go too far wrong for less than a tenner if you want an upgrade from your dated non programmable mouse.

Features:

- 8200 DPI high-precision laser sensor, 1000 polling rate, 12000 frame rate, 100-150 inch/s speed, 30g acceleration.

-9 programmable buttons, 4 adjustable DPI profiles, 8-piece weight-tuning system, 16 million customizable light colors, 2 onboard stored profiles.

-Aesthetic and easy-to-use control panel, assign actions to each programmable buttons more conveniently than ever.

-16-bit ultra-wide data path. Non-slip buttons, silent protective underside. Six-foot braided fiber cable, gold-plated USB connector. Product dimensions: 127 x 70 x 40 mm.

-Natural curves that fit your palm and smooth-gliding underside tips provide you with epic comfort and control.
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#41
Nice one. Bought and heat added!
#42
Nice find op. Just ordered. Thanks.
#43
Wow, nice spot RoadieRunner! Been looking for a gaming upgrade for my decade-old Logitech for a while now... Yay for more buttons :D
#44
Do take note that the RRP is a joke and it has never been near that price.

http://charts.camelcamelcamel.com/uk/B00CSTJIWM/new.png?force=1&zero=0&w=725&h=440&desired=false&legend=1&ilt=1&tp=all&fo=0

However if it's similar to the Anker mouse, it's a good deal.
#45
Looks too cheap IMO. And yea I have a cheap **** mouse that honestly is way more "precise" than anyone would need. Id like to see if these gamers can actually tell the difference between two identical mice but one is more 'precise'.
#46
I guess it's also down to software & drivers, no point having great hardware if it's let down by poor software support...

http://www.tecknetonline.co.uk/categories/PC-Accessories/Keyboard%7B47%7DMouse/

Doesn't bode well... Can anyone tell me how loud the buttons are?
#47
aLV426
I guess it's also down to software & drivers, no point having great hardware if it's let down by poor software support...

http://www.tecknetonline.co.uk/categories/PC-Accessories/Keyboard%7B47%7DMouse/

Doesn't bode well... Can anyone tell me how loud the buttons are?


The software comes with the mouse on a disk and its a simple install. The Anker software (that was posted earlier in the thread) does the exact same job.
As for how loud they are...is say normal??
I wear headphones so its not an issue for me.
#48
I'm left handed so I will pass...
1 Like #49
They've got of those mice ( mouses?)... on this site....
http://endsmeet.webstarts.com/hot.html

plus a desktop charger/dock for iphone for a penny.
Is that where some of the deals are coming from? It looks like it's just picking out a few hot Amazon deals or something???
#50
Mouse clicks aren't that bad. No worse than that of a laptop. I'm coming from the mouse that's included with the advent C312 - which is way louder.
#51
SHOULD I GET THIS OR this
#52
Dizzlepro
SHOULD I GET THIS OR this
This

it's basically this Your text here
#53
Looking good, have some heat :D
#54
It's gone up to £12.98 now.
#55
Dizzlepro
SHOULD I GET THIS OR this

Get this one, as this is equivalent to this more expensive Anker gaming mouse.


Edited By: AytacK on Jun 27, 2013 16:13
#56
monz87
It's gone up to £12.98 now.

Still worth £12.98, not a bad little mouse.
#57
Grrr...

"Dear --------:
Thank you for your recent purchase "TeckNet®X9800 8200dPi Gaming Mouse" from Bluebyte through Amazon MarketPlace
However it is with regret to inform you that, the product you have ordered is with very high demand and currently not available due to an unforeseen delay with the shipment, which was due 2 weeks ago and delayed by the shipping company as misconduct. We are expecting a new delivery date by next Tue and will ship to you by Wed the latest by Royal Mail 1st Class."
#58
BobsterLobster
Grrr...

"Dear --------:
Thank you for your recent purchase "TeckNet®X9800 8200dPi Gaming Mouse" from Bluebyte through Amazon MarketPlace
However it is with regret to inform you that, the product you have ordered is with very high demand and currently not available due to an unforeseen delay with the shipment, which was due 2 weeks ago and delayed by the shipping company as misconduct. We are expecting a new delivery date by next Tue and will ship to you by Wed the latest by Royal Mail 1st Class."

I've got the same e-mail too. It sounds like a week's wait or so. Well we'll see...
#59
"However it is with regret to inform you that, the product you have ordered is with very high demand and currently not available due to an unforeseen delay with the shipment, which was due 2 weeks ago and delayed by the shipping company as misconduct."

Hmmmmmmm nice one "David".... might want to run your text through google translate again though.....

Wonder when we'll actually get it?



Edited By: mightykaboosh on Jun 28, 2013 12:42
#60
Moonflight
Wow, nice spot RoadieRunner! Been looking for a gaming upgrade for my decade-old Logitech for a while now... Yay for more buttons :D
yes, nice spot.....roadierunner.
#61
mightykaboosh
"However it is with regret to inform you that, the product you have ordered is with very high demand and currently not available due to an unforeseen delay with the shipment, which was due 2 weeks ago and delayed by the shipping company as misconduct."

Hmmmmmmm nice one "David".... might want to run your text through google translate again though.....

Wonder when we'll actually get it?

I got the same email. I guess they just sold more than they had, so have ordered more. I'll give it week before I look for an alternative.



Edited By: Alfresco on Jun 28, 2013 14:28: edit
#62
I ordered at £9.98 and also have the mail about the delay but fingers crossed & thanks to Roadie for the original post, especially as it seems to have just gone up another couple of quid to £14.98.
#63
Also had the same email...

Edited By: sabz786 on Jun 28, 2013 23:16
#64
Just had an email from amazon to say the mouse has been dispatched, hopefully it will be here Tuesday or Wednesday
#65
Got the dispatch email on Friday at 9:30 then got the very high demand email later at 12:30. Amazon account is saying dispatched so hopefully it has been. :|
#66
Received mine today. Really nice mouse. Bargain at £9.98.
#67
Alfresco
Received mine today. Really nice mouse. Bargain at £9.98.

Got mine too, but I found that after I installed the Anker software, that the pointer speed dropped annoyingly, and that had to bump it to the 4000dpi setting to be bearable. Installing the software didn't make it go back to as before.

I've bumped 'Mouse pointer speed', and it now seems usable at 3000 dpi; is your experience anything like this?


Edited By: TacticalTimbo on Jul 03, 2013 13:38: typo
#68
Mine also arrived, so got it within original order delivery prediction... Went straight with the Anker software so have nothing to compare with but seems OK to me... Mouse is perhaps a little on the lightweight side even with all weights fitted, but that will be easily fixable with the odd coin shoved into the weight compartment... However very decent mouse for under a tenner, Thanks again OP.
#69
TacticalTimbo
Alfresco
Received mine today. Really nice mouse. Bargain at £9.98.

Got mine too, but I found that after I installed the Anker software, that the pointer speed dropped annoyingly, and that had to bump it to the 4000dpi setting to be bearable. Installing the software didn't make it go back to as before.

I've bumped 'Mouse pointer speed', and it now seems usable at 3000 dpi; is your experience anything like this?

OK just for fun I rolled back Win 7 & replaced Anker download driver with the driver that came with the mouse on disc.... Seemed to be the same 1.1 version with all the same except for the Teck Net logo & red buttons shown on the mouse menu image... However, you were right, the mouse speeds on old settings were now unusably fast & had to be turned down.... So my expert conclusion for this mouse is that the drivers on the disc make this mouse much faster than the recommended download.
#70
Stevio
TacticalTimbo
Alfresco
Received mine today. Really nice mouse. Bargain at £9.98.

Got mine too, but I found that after I installed the Anker software, that the pointer speed dropped annoyingly, and that had to bump it to the 4000dpi setting to be bearable. Installing the software didn't make it go back to as before.

I've bumped 'Mouse pointer speed', and it now seems usable at 3000 dpi; is your experience anything like this?

OK just for fun I rolled back Win 7 & replaced Anker download driver with the driver that came with the mouse on disc.... Seemed to be the same 1.1 version with all the same except for the Teck Net logo & red buttons shown on the mouse menu image... However, you were right, the mouse speeds on old settings were now unusably fast & had to be turned down.... So my expert conclusion for this mouse is that the drivers on the disc make this mouse much faster than the recommended download.

My issue is that installing the Anker software has made it permanently TOO slow; it's unusable on anything below 4000dpi... My G9x is off the charts at 4000dpi!?

For me, the Tecknet software listed as 1.0?!

Edited By: TacticalTimbo on Jul 03, 2013 15:42
#71
TacticalTimbo
Stevio
TacticalTimbo
Alfresco
Received mine today. Really nice mouse. Bargain at £9.98.

Got mine too, but I found that after I installed the Anker software, that the pointer speed dropped annoyingly, and that had to bump it to the 4000dpi setting to be bearable. Installing the software didn't make it go back to as before.

I've bumped 'Mouse pointer speed', and it now seems usable at 3000 dpi; is your experience anything like this?

OK just for fun I rolled back Win 7 & replaced Anker download driver with the driver that came with the mouse on disc.... Seemed to be the same 1.1 version with all the same except for the Teck Net logo & red buttons shown on the mouse menu image... However, you were right, the mouse speeds on old settings were now unusably fast & had to be turned down.... So my expert conclusion for this mouse is that the drivers on the disc make this mouse much faster than the recommended download.

My issue is that installing the Anker software has made it permanently TOO slow; it's unusable on anything below 4000dpi... My G9x is off the charts at 4000dpi!?

For me, the Tecknet software listed as 1.0?!
I actually did a system restore to get rid of all traces of the Anker drivers & the disc (which said version 1.1 on loading but shows to be version 1.0 on the control panel ) works fine & faster for me.
#72
Stevio
TacticalTimbo
Stevio
TacticalTimbo
Alfresco
Received mine today. Really nice mouse. Bargain at £9.98.

Got mine too, but I found that after I installed the Anker software, that the pointer speed dropped annoyingly, and that had to bump it to the 4000dpi setting to be bearable. Installing the software didn't make it go back to as before.

I've bumped 'Mouse pointer speed', and it now seems usable at 3000 dpi; is your experience anything like this?

OK just for fun I rolled back Win 7 & replaced Anker download driver with the driver that came with the mouse on disc.... Seemed to be the same 1.1 version with all the same except for the Teck Net logo & red buttons shown on the mouse menu image... However, you were right, the mouse speeds on old settings were now unusably fast & had to be turned down.... So my expert conclusion for this mouse is that the drivers on the disc make this mouse much faster than the recommended download.

My issue is that installing the Anker software has made it permanently TOO slow; it's unusable on anything below 4000dpi... My G9x is off the charts at 4000dpi!?

For me, the Tecknet software listed as 1.0?!
I actually did a system restore to get rid of all traces of the Anker drivers & the disc (which said version 1.1 on loading but shows to be version 1.0 on the control panel ) works fine & faster for me.

What dpi setting do you use?

I too did a sys restore; even without the drivers, it is still weirdly slower than when I first plugged it in!

Edit: managed to get the speed back, for some reason, it seems as if my dpi settings had gotten corrupted in the mouse memory; I got things back to normal, by disabling, and then re-enabling dpi1; much better!

Do you think my mouse has bad memory?

Edited By: TacticalTimbo on Jul 03, 2013 16:43: add info
#73
Definitely prefer the TeckNet software speeds, my only issues is, despite doing an unistall and sys restore, I can't shake this error message:

https://www.dropbox.com/s/88bnufy04c48lv8/tecknetapp.PNG

Edited By: TacticalTimbo on Jul 03, 2013 17:16
#74
TacticalTimbo
Definitely prefer the TeckNet software speeds, my only issues is, despite doing an unistall and sys restore, I can't shake this error message:

https://www.dropbox.com/s/88bnufy04c48lv8/tecknetapp.PNG

I get the same message, doesn't seem to effect anything though? Very happy with the mouse for £10, wish I could change the colour of the scroll wheel like you can with the T but no big deal.
#75
TacticalTimbo
Alfresco
Received mine today. Really nice mouse. Bargain at £9.98.

Got mine too, but I found that after I installed the Anker software, that the pointer speed dropped annoyingly, and that had to bump it to the 4000dpi setting to be bearable. Installing the software didn't make it go back to as before.

I've bumped 'Mouse pointer speed', and it now seems usable at 3000 dpi; is your experience anything like this?

#76
Same thing has happened to me and I can't find any Tecknet driver software online, it's not even listed on their site anymore. What did you end up doing? Feels really slow and unresponsive, i've just amended my amazon review and savaged it.

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