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Tesco Optical Mouse - 75p instore @ Tesco

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8y, 10m agoFound 8 years, 10 months ago
USB Wired Optical Mouse compatible with windows 98SE,ME,2000, XP and Vista
Just been to Tesco's in Andover and the above mouse is only 75p
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#1
Always helps to have a spare!

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Be good, Dio :thumbsup:
#2
Great for a spare mouse. I'll look out for one in my local branch.
#3
cheap as chips
#4
I bought a couple of these for work. They work fine, but the plastic is a bit hard and the shape isn't the nicest. Good value, but not something I'd want to use every day.
#5
Its not available online though.
#6
Bought one of these and they're ok until the lid falls off the bottom and the batteries keep falling out... then the usb starts gettin fussy ... Im back to using old roller style mouse ... well at least the batteries can't fall out!
#7
Agent_Silver
[COLOR="Red"]cheap as chips[/COLOR]



That should be ''cheaper than chips''.
#8
At least you don't have to worry about dirty balls anymore :whistling:
#9
Sheriff Waffles
Bought one of these and they're ok until the lid falls off the bottom and the batteries keep falling out... then the usb starts gettin fussy ... Im back to using old roller style mouse ... well at least the batteries can't fall out!


Why would it have batteries? :?
#10
wallstreetcrash;1492951
Why would it have batteries? :?


Probably confused it with a wireless...

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#11
Lucifer
That should be ''cheaper than chips''.


small chips 85p, medium £1.20 large £1.50 at my local chippy...just had a look, so you are right....right wheres that David Dickinson off the telly, he says it wrong all the time;-)
#12
http://img183.imageshack.us/img183/6595/dsc02371ub5.jpg

It doesnt take batteries ?? Must be a different mouse to the one being posted here

It is a strange shape but you could get used to it pretty easily

just a quick note to everyone to make sure - this ISNT the technika mouse. I went into the andover store also and had a look - these mice werent in the PC section but in a pc peripherals section at the end of one of the aisles
#13
£3 in Tesco Nottingham !!
#14
Sheriff Waffles
Bought one of these and they're ok until the lid falls off the bottom and the batteries keep falling out... then the usb starts gettin fussy ... Im back to using old roller style mouse ... well at least the batteries can't fall out!


whats the lid doing on the bottom? Are you using it upside down by any chance? :-)
#15
they are 75p for Gods sake. Great value even if they only last a month!
#16
Just bought one of these, but they are at £3 now..

It seems a good mouse though.. Much better than the usb optical mice that come with Dell systems now.
#17
aww just bought a stockpile (work as an IT Technician) would have been ideal. oh well least mine are M$

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