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tesco optical mouse £1.00

£1.00 @ Tesco
compatible with windows 98se,ME,2000,XP,VISTA found them instore its wired but cant go wrong for £1 Read More
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9y, 2m agoFound 9 years, 2 months ago
compatible with windows 98se,ME,2000,XP,VISTA
found them instore its wired but cant go wrong for £1
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#1
good price..
#2
niceone..will see if i can get a couple of them tonight

HOT
#3
is it a usb one? and is it in store?
#4
:-Dyes its usb and instore
#5
Right, wouldn't normally call in after work, but got to be worthwhile.
#6
:)took a pic so you no what to look for a got 3 :roll:
http://i27.tinypic.com/mt7zwi.jpg
#7
cool i will defo buy this.

best mouse is a logitech wireless one, BUT its expensive so not a deal.
#8
Wireless mice are a waste of time.

I had to tie mine to the computer with a bit of string to stop it getting lost.
#9
I have had a wireless mouse (a logitech one) for four years and it is fabulous, I want this one for my old laptop.
#10
plz state the store u visited... unless i have ovderlooked it...! :)
#11
:)coatbridge
#12
Thanks for this - I could really do with one as at the minute I have one mouse and keep having to switch it between my laptop and desktop! :roll:
#13
I've never used a decent wireless keyboard or mouse, wired is much better IMO.
#14
Nice deal - I could do with one of these for my lappy :thumbsup: ! Are they clearance or do they appeared to be regular stock?
#15
They are clearance lines from the recent pound land event.
#16
:)they appeared to be just regular stock ,thought it was a misprice on shelf at first but nope scanned through at £1:-D
#17
If these are the ones that where 75p from £3 recently, I'd suggest a quick try before you... waste £1... sorry, buy. They felt terrible to hold (that was for 5 seconds - imagine after a half hour browse).
#18
Just been to tescodirect website and cheapest mouse that I can see is for £2.47..

Am I missing something for £1 mouse?
#19
My local Tesco still had these at £3 when others were getting rid of them for 75p. They feel dreadful to hold in the hand with sharp sides, so I'd rather pay a little more for something I won't grow to hate so quickly.

Probably worth it as an emergency spare, but not for general use.
#20
:)well i have used for the past 5 hours feels great to me ,a lot better than the one i had and considering the tesco value one costs more still think you cant go wrong for £1
#21
What is it like to use? I bought a wireless keyboard and mouse combo last year (http://direct.tesco.com/q/R.202-1706.aspx) for £14.99 and it is the most comfortable mouse I have used!
#22
ibiza
Wireless mice are a waste of time.

I had to tie mine to the computer with a bit of string to stop it getting lost.


Wahahahahahaha! :lol:
#23
Has anyone got a product code or barcode?

Trying to find some near me, but the stores don't know what I'm talking about.

Any help would be great.
Cheers
1 Like #24
:)just back and got anuther 3 for lady in work the barcode is 5051299316383 hope that helps:)
#25
ibiza
Wireless mice are a waste of time.

I had to tie mine to the computer with a bit of string to stop it getting lost.


lol...

Your inability to keep it safe does not make it a waste of time...

Good deal, heat added.
#26
karen21101
:)just back and got anuther 3 for lady in work the barcode is 5051299316383 hope that helps:)


Thanks alot for that. Hopefully it will help the staff find them :thumbsup:

Rep added
#27
If its instore why do we have the online link - is it available online and if so can you post the link?
#28
Deleted User Name 3
I've never used a decent wireless keyboard or mouse, wired is much better IMO.


you're probably just buying turdy ones. I have been using standard microsoft wireless optical mice for years - they are brill!
#29
vishy01234
you're probably just buying turdy ones. I have been using standard microsoft wireless optical mice for years - they are brill!


The last two I tried were MS mice, and they wer as bad as the rest. Happily using a MS Wheel Mouse Optical now, which is much better than the wireless equivalent (yes, it's still a "turdy" mouse being a Microsoft one, but it was free).
#30
Thanks - got myself a £1 optical mouse today in Tesco - much better than tho ball one I had before
#31
Deleted User Name 3
The last two I tried were MS mice, and they wer as bad as the rest. Happily using a MS Wheel Mouse Optical now, which is much better than the wireless equivalent (yes, it's still a "turdy" mouse being a Microsoft one, but it was free).


actually i will use nothing other than microsoft mice. hell they couldn't make an operating system or word processor to save their lives, but their mice are the best - akin to logitech for keyboards.
#32
mine seems well worth a quid,surely no-ones making a profit at this price!
#33
Where abouts are these loacated?
I've been into two Tesco branches and they only have a 3 button ps/2 wired one at £2 something. Had a look about but cant see any of these optical ones.

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