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Trust 3 button ergonomic optical USB mouse with scroll wheel

Specification includes:

* 3 Button ergonomically designed mouse with scroll wheel
* Suitable for left- and right handed users
* USB connection
* Buttons programmable in Windows
* Microsoft Mouse and IntelliMouse compatible
* Fully Windows Plug & Play
* Product size (HxWxD in mm): 35 x 60 x 115
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#1
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#2
what's with the "or keyboard" ref in the retialer's product decription title?
whatever, under £2 delivered for an optical mouse is superb.
hot.
#3
Cold. It's a good price for what it is, but there's no sense in buying a mouse like this. You spend, what, £500 on a PC? Maybe more, maybe less. Either way, they money you spend is, as far as the first £100, purely so you can have a PC. After that, every extra pound goes on improving the quality of the experience the system will give you. Where's the sense in spending an extra £400-odd on buying a Core2Quad with 4GB of RAM, a terabyte of disk space, a super-fast graphics card and paying a further £20 a month for a fast internet connection when all you have to interract with it is a cheap, and utterly foul feeling mouse? It's like buying a mansion and walking on the floorboards, crushing the woodworm with your bare feet.

Spend more. £20 will buy you something from Logitech's lineup of mice, and they are far more comfortable, accurate, and smoother feeling than these.
#4
HOT - A good deal from a reliable brand.

Prices like this broaden access to computing.

Why not add this for a similar price (Ex postage)...

http://www.hotukdeals.com/item/204347/labtec-webcam-for-under-two-quid-fr
#5
dxx
Cold. It's a good price for what it is, but there's no sense in buying a mouse like this. You spend, what, £500 on a PC? Maybe more, maybe less. Either way, they money you spend is, as far as the first £100, purely so you can have a PC. After that, every extra pound goes on improving the quality of the experience the system will give you. Where's the sense in spending an extra £400-odd on buying a Core2Quad with 4GB of RAM, a terabyte of disk space, a super-fast graphics card and paying a further £20 a month for a fast internet connection when all you have to interract with it is a cheap, and utterly foul feeling mouse? It's like buying a mansion and walking on the floorboards, crushing the woodworm with your bare feet.

Spend more. £20 will buy you something from Logitech's lineup of mice, and they are far more comfortable, accurate, and smoother feeling than these.


:whistling:
#6
Cold. It's a good price for what it is,


To me a producut that is a good price for what it is should be voted hot not cold.
#7
dxx
Cold. It's a good price for what it is, but there's no sense in buying a mouse like this. You spend, what, £500 on a PC? Maybe more, maybe less. Either way, they money you spend is, as far as the first £100, purely so you can have a PC. After that, every extra pound goes on improving the quality of the experience the system will give you. Where's the sense in spending an extra £400-odd on buying a Core2Quad with 4GB of RAM, a terabyte of disk space, a super-fast graphics card and paying a further £20 a month for a fast internet connection when all you have to interract with it is a cheap, and utterly foul feeling mouse? It's like buying a mansion and walking on the floorboards, crushing the woodworm with your bare feet.

Spend more. £20 will buy you something from Logitech's lineup of mice, and they are far more comfortable, accurate, and smoother feeling than these.



Have you actually tried one? I've got the 5 button version of this (I think it's about £4 now) and have had it for about a year. It's as good now as when I first got it.

Heat and rep.
banned#8
dmissy13;2415335
To me a producut that is a good price for what it is should be voted hot not cold.

exactly! :thumbsup:
#9
ibiza
:whistling:


No, just someone with the power of rational thought. Seriously, what's the point in spending all that money on a high-powered PC, but then skimping on the most important part, the I/O?
#10
Needed a new mouse for a while now so just ordered one, thanks.
#11
dxx
No, just someone with the power of rational thought. Seriously, what's the point in spending all that money on a high-powered PC, but then skimping on the most important part, the I/O?


Maybe but that is not a reason to vote cold as you said in your post it was a good deal for what it is but still voted cold because you didn't like the product.
#12
looks like its been taken off there website now .
#13
deek72
Have you actually tried one? I've got the 5 button version of this (I think it's about £4 now) and have had it for about a year. It's as good now as when I first got it.

Heat and rep.


Indeed I have. I bought one last year after I left my Logitech Mx518 at work (they were really tight there - they only provided us with 2-button PS/2 mice, which was just painfully **** to use) one Friday. It was okay to make do with for a couple of days, but it felt light, cheap, didn't move the cursor as nicely as the Logitech, and the buttons felt foul by comparison. I'll happily grant you that for £2, it's a good bit of kit. It worked, anyway. Spazzed out on almost all materials besides that of my mousemat, but it worked. But it just doesn't compare to the Logitech MX500 series.

To reiterate the point, what's the point in spending maybe a few weeks' wages on a PC, but then not spending a few hours wages on a decent mouse with which to interract with it?
#14
dxx
No, just someone with the power of rational thought. Seriously, what's the point in spending all that money on a high-powered PC, but then skimping on the most important part, the I/O?


Who says we all have high powered PCs? I certainly don't at the moment and I have a little 2 quid USB mouse that came from like Japan. I'm so happy with it using normal size mouses feels weird to me now.

A good deal is a good deal.
#15
dxx
No, just someone with the power of rational thought. Seriously, what's the point in spending all that money on a high-powered PC, but then skimping on the most important part, the I/O?


Where do you get that 'spending all that money on a high-powered PC' nonsense from? Not everyone who needs a mouse has remortgaged his house for some overblown system that will be out of date in approximately 1.1047 weeks.

Some people have old or secondary systems that just might need a new mouse for some occasional use. This should meet that need better than some deluxe Logitech model.
#16
Have you ever considered people are registered on here who work in the educational IT sector and are always on the hunt for cheap mice such as these to replace the mice that students are constantly breaking or nicking?!
#17
dxx
No, just someone with the power of rational thought. Seriously, what's the point in spending all that money on a high-powered PC, but then skimping on the most important part, the I/O?


Most people don't have a 'high powered PC'

If the product works - and is from an established name - then its likely to keep working.

Its how well a product works that matters - not how chuffed you feel for paying more for it.

Whilst obviously everyone can vote as they please - to say a product that will do the same job and work as long as one you were happy to pay over ten times the price for - then say the one at less than 10% of the price you were willing to pay is cold - is just computer snobbery.

Imagine you were a student, on benefits, or in a low paid job, etc. If you got a computer that came with a ball mouse - how would you rate this deal then?
#18
spraint
Where do you get that 'spending all that money on a high-powered PC' nonsense from? Not everyone who needs a mouse has remortgaged his house for some overblown system that will be out of date in approximately 1.1047 weeks.

Some people have old or secondary systems that just might need a new mouse for some occasional use. This should meet that need better than some deluxe Logitech model.


Beat me to it :thumbsup:
#19
Cold, terrible mouse from a terrible budget company. Razer or Logitech or even Microsoft are the way to go.
#20
I am a pensioner and certainly could not waste money on a £500 computer which would be worth half as much next week.
I would have bought this mouse if it were still for sale.
#21
have been using mine for ages and its great!!!!!!
#22
dxx;2415465
No, just someone with the power of rational thought. Seriously, what's the point in spending all that money on a high-powered PC, but then skimping on the most important part, the I/O?
Your logic is flawed in your assumption that everyone has paid a high price for a high-powered PC. Try using your rational thought to consider a situation other than your own.

Consider my situation: I paid £35 for an ex educational IT sector PC to use purely for internet access. I replaced the tired old ball mouse with a cheap Trust optical 3 button mouse and it was a vast improvement. I'm using it now and I have absolutely no complaints.

It's horses for courses mate.

Voted HOT!
#23
Acky
Cold, terrible mouse from a terrible budget company. Razer or Logitech or even Microsoft are the way to go.


dxx
Cold. It's a good price for what it is, but there's no sense in buying a mouse like this. You spend, what, £500 on a PC? Maybe more, maybe less. Either way, they money you spend is, as far as the first £100, purely so you can have a PC. After that, every extra pound goes on improving the quality of the experience the system will give you. Where's the sense in spending an extra £400-odd on buying a Core2Quad with 4GB of RAM, a terabyte of disk space, a super-fast graphics card and paying a further £20 a month for a fast internet connection when all you have to interract with it is a cheap, and utterly foul feeling mouse? It's like buying a mansion and walking on the floorboards, crushing the woodworm with your bare feet.

Spend more. £20 will buy you something from Logitech's lineup of mice, and they are far more comfortable, accurate, and smoother feeling than these.


lol 2 wierd sad people. who spends over £20 on a mouse ? lol make such a commosion over a mouse ., dxx what ever your name is seems like your pasionate about your mice :p:thinking:

why vote cold its cheap as chips nobody cares if it feels cheap we like cheap
:w00t:
#24
johncas
Have you ever considered people are registered on here who work in the educational IT sector and are always on the hunt for cheap mice such as these to replace the mice that students are constantly breaking or nicking?!


Because all students want to do with their lives is steal cheap usb mouses lol

Bit of a silly thing that as regular people in librarys might steal them too,

But yes a good deal this is
#25
dxx
No, just someone with the power of rational thought.


That must be such a burden :whistling:
#26
dxx
Cold. It's a good price for what it is, but there's no sense in buying a mouse like this. You spend, what, £500 on a PC? Maybe more, maybe less. Either way, they money you spend is, as far as the first £100, purely so you can have a PC. After that, every extra pound goes on improving the quality of the experience the system will give you. Where's the sense in spending an extra £400-odd on buying a Core2Quad with 4GB of RAM, a terabyte of disk space, a super-fast graphics card and paying a further £20 a month for a fast internet connection when all you have to interract with it is a cheap, and utterly foul feeling mouse? It's like buying a mansion and walking on the floorboards, crushing the woodworm with your bare feet.

Spend more. £20 will buy you something from Logitech's lineup of mice, and they are far more comfortable, accurate, and smoother feeling than these.


Whilst I agree this is a bit too cheap I don't believe there's any reason to spend more than a tenner on a mouse nowadays. The laws of diminishing returns apply bigtime to mice and keyboards.
#27
Theres a reason they`re 2 quid..2 of these i bought failed with a couple of months.i`d say even the sumvision ones are better.Since i got a Habu it owns all mice i ever had,worth spending a bit on a good mouse especially if you use one a lot.Smoother,better response,nicer feel,configurable buttons and settings..sold anyone yet? lol

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