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Toshiba Nano Mouse £14.85 online at PCWorld

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Wireless notebook mouse 2.4 GHz USB connection Laser tracking Right handed ergonomic design 6 Buttons Full product information about Toshiba Nano Mouse Hide product information about Toshiba Nano Mouse

Full specification Benefit
Cordless YES
Opitical NO
Laser NO
Scroll button YES
Ergonomic NO
Interchangeable Cover NO
Mac Compatible NO
USB Connection YES These cameras plug directly into a port on your PC with an appropriate USB cable
Shortcut button NO
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#1
I like the "Full specification Benefit" says its not laser, not ergonomic and its a camera.
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gavjbrown
I like the "Full specification Benefit" says its not laser, not ergonomic and its a camera.


ahahahah well spotted :p

wouldnt be suprised if its a mis-price
#3
: : Simon : :;7773209
ahahahah well spotted :p

wouldnt be suprised if its a mis-price


THERE IS A REASON WHY THIS IS HALF PRICE...!!

Nothing but problems, I had this mouse and took it back... It's a total nightmare!!!

EDIT: Here is someone who has had the exact problems as me http://jaydax.blogspot.com/2009/12/toshiba-nano-mouse.html

Toshiba's forums http://forums.computers.toshiba-europe.com/forums/thread.jspa?threadID=40901&tstart=31

YOU HAVE BEEN WARNED
#4
I have this mouse, and while most buttons are not recognised on Windows XP (and I did not install the drivers as they are dodgy according to many forums), it works fine as a basic mouse. (and I even think the back button works, but not the others)

It works perfectly (with all the relevant buttons) on Seven.

As for the general use of a mouse, I can't fault it. It goes on standby if you don't use it for a while, has a nano receptor which can be carried in the mouse itself, uses a single very common battery, and still works 2-3 meters away from the laptop.

I paid £19.99 I think, and use it on trains.

If you want a laser mouse with nano receptor, and don't mind the above, I say go for it.

FYI, model number is PA3706E-1ET1
#5
Stupide question alert!!!!

Does Nano mean the mouse itself is small?
#6
No nano refers to the plug in USB dongle which is very small and when plugged in only protrudes by a few mm.

Tesco have a logitech model at £14.97 (less than half price) that has a nano reciever.
There is a cheap brand at amazon for £7.99 delivered too.

These new mice work much further away from the reciever than the last technology ( with the larger dongles). They typically work 10m away.

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