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Trust Wireless Mouse £3.99 @ B&M

£3.99 @ B&M Retail
Good price for a mouse also a huge 50% Price slash! Price: Now: £3.99 Was: £8.99 (RRP £12.99) I say a good low price for a mouse. Please do check the page by clicking the get deal so you can… Read More
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10m, 1w agoFound 10 months, 1 week ago
Good price for a mouse also a huge 50% Price slash!

Price:
Now: £3.99 Was: £8.99 (RRP £12.99)

I say a good low price for a mouse.

Please do check the page by clicking the get deal so you can read the details.

B&M Claim that the mouse is compatible with Windows 7, Vista and XP. I would guess it works with windows 8, 8.1, 10 but please do be aware if it doesn't work
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#1
trust company sold some good gear 15 yrs ago not s good now!
#2
good find op, heat added
#3
It's like the brand is begging you to give it a shot trust it, even though you've never heard of it.
#4
I got one couple of weeks ago, it's very good I love it
#5
I used a Trust mouse for years, it was solid and reliable and I was gutted when it finally needed replacing. I'm definitely going to buy this. Cheers OP.
1 Like #6
How big is the mouse? Full size - been looking for a wireless full size with side buttons for so long
#7
I Purchased a rapoo branded mouse of fleabay for under £2, full size with side buttons, China delivery was about two weeks but it's a nice decent mouse that only takes one AA size battery.

This trust mouse from a local store and instant pickup is no brainer. Thanks OP.
#8
_Valen_
It's like the brand is begging you to give it a shot trust it, even though you've never heard of it.
I have used Trust products (keyboard, mouse) for over 10 years. They have been around a long time
#9
"I say a good low price for a mouse." Not when you base your assumption on "was" and "RRP", both of which are designed to deceive. A minute's Googling will see you can get a Trust-branded wireless mouse for £5.93 without having to visit a shop.

Yes, it's a good price, but not for those reasons.

Edited By: pibpob on Aug 13, 2016 09:34
#10
I bought this for 2.99£ but not worth it!
#11
The cheap trust mouse I just lifted of my table works fine, so I would say for what it costs, vote hot
#12
this is my second one. bought first one at 8.99 but broke the dongle taking laptop out of drawer at work. bought the second one last week when i was in b+m at the cheaper price. using with my Amazon fire tv box and it works great on showbox etc. would definitely recommend especially at this price
#13
aj2001
I Purchased a rapoo branded mouse of fleabay for under £2, full size with side buttons, China delivery was about two weeks but it's a nice decent mouse that only takes one AA size battery.
This trust mouse from a local store and instant pickup is no brainer. Thanks OP.

Need to raplace my dying logitech mouse so had a look for the Rapoo mouse on fleabay and found this matching your description, though it look like it could be a fake.
http://www.ebay.co.uk/itm/191601132465
#14
cidharten
aj2001
I Purchased a rapoo branded mouse of fleabay for under £2, full size with side buttons, China delivery was about two weeks but it's a nice decent mouse that only takes one AA size battery.
This trust mouse from a local store and instant pickup is no brainer. Thanks OP.
Need to raplace my dying logitech mouse so had a look for the Rapoo mouse on fleabay and found this matching your description, though it look like it could be a fake.http://www.ebay.co.uk/itm/191601132465

Yep seems fake, it doesnt say or verify that it is the brandRapoo but you can see it in the image which seems to hint it!
#15
Mine that I received looks like the same as photo and it was just packed on its own in a bubble wrap.

The mouse works and seems fine, there seems to be two different models I think one that takes 2x AAA and one that takes just one AA battery.

For the price get the trust one and as back of order of fleabay too.

cidharten
aj2001
Thanks OP.
Need to raplace my dying logitech mouse so had a look for the Rapoo


Edited By: aj2001 on Aug 13, 2016 21:40
#16
Agree with them just having branding, or possibly could be rejects, probably made in same factory.

The ops trust mouse deal from a reputable company one year warranty with full packaging is a fantastic deal.
1 Like #17
aj2001
Agree with them just having branding, or possibly could be rejects, probably made in same factory.
The ops trust mouse deal from a reputable company one year warranty with full packaging is a fantastic deal.

Did your Rapoo mouse have silent light-click buttons as in the logitech or MS mice? I've order a few dirt cheap mice before e.g 50p from CPC. £1 poundland and the buttons on these are a bit stiff for someone with tendonitis.
1 Like #18
How safe is this mouse at preventing keystrokes being intercepted wirelessly?
1 Like #19
For the price I paid I wasn't expecting a quality but u was pleasantly surprised.

The left and right buttons are very light the scroll wheel to move up and down is very smooth with nice grip. But the middle button press is bit hard/ stiff.

The buttons on the side are soft and not had much use from me, I mostly used this on my android media box and the dpi button works a treat to slow your pointer.

It has a on off switch and if you don't use mouse the red light at bottom goes out so I guess it has auto sleep.

Op has posted a deal for a very decent mouse Please search for it on Google and trust website has better photos.
cidharten
aj2001
Agree with them just having branding, or possibly could be rejects, probably made in same factory.
The ops trust mouse deal from a reputable company one year warranty with full packaging is a fantastic deal.
Did your Rapoo mouse have silent light-click buttons as in the logitech or MS mice? I've order a few dirt cheap mice before e.g 50p from CPC. £1 poundland and the buttons on these are a bit stiff for someone with tendonitis.
#20
UKPokemonMaster
How safe is this mouse at preventing keystrokes being intercepted wirelessly?

Thanks for this. Didn't realise there was such a thing as 'mousejacking'. There is no risk from keystrokes from a mouse but mouse click could be intercepted to download malware (if the hacker could see the screen or where to click). Best update firmware for devices or lock screen when not in use.

https://www.bastille.net/affected-devices
#21
Thanks op! Great timing as I was looking for a full size wireless mouse with fwd and back buttons
#22
Broke the bank and bought three. Churlish to complain at the price and meets my requirements. Cheers OP :)

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