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£12.99 - Anker® 2.4G Wireless Vertical Ergonomic Optical Mouse, USB, 800 / 1200 / 1600DPI, 5 Buttons - Black @ Amazon
£12.99 - Anker® 2.4G Wireless Vertical Ergonomic Optical Mouse, USB, 800 / 1200 / 1600DPI, 5 Buttons - Black @ Amazon

£12.99 - Anker® 2.4G Wireless Vertical Ergonomic Optical Mouse, USB, 800 / 1200 / 1600DPI, 5 Buttons - Black @ Amazon

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Not the lowest its ever been, nor is it the highest.
I have the normal Anker version (x2) @ £10 and its very good, but I feel a bit itchy to try this vertical one out.
What puts me off is the 2x AAA.. any thoughts would be welcomed.

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Original Poster

Normal Anker version -
http://www.amazon.co.uk/dp/B00B0TMWTW/ref=twister_B00J93NDP8?_encoding=UTF8&psc=1
Some reason the blue one seemed slightly better quality..
Batteries last for about 4-6 months when used 8 hrs a day.(using it in the office)

Hmm.. I shouldn't waste any more money on mice.. i have about 3-4 others at home

Edit:
I suppose I should name my mouse inventory..
logitech MX518 - for gaming, still have that actually after 5+ years..
logitech mx revolution - good! while it lasted... (broke after 3 yrs)
Logitech M185 - budget one (bit small)
logitech M525 - a bit small also, but nice solid feel.
logitech MX old model of "anywhere" - really nice, expensive travel mouse..
Some Microsoft 3000 I bought on a wim off here - rubbish..
Microsoft 1000 - again rubbish..
Edited by: "Inquisitor" 11th Dec 2014

Oh, you have a bit of a mouse problem. oO

I traded my Cherry wired mouse for an Anker wireless and have been quite happy with it. I do also have a Cherry wireless one, but never got on with it. Found the battery did not last as long as I hoped it would (Duracell).

Not sure about this one though, looks a bit odd.

Let us know how you get on with it Mouse man.

Original Poster

Haha, yes, I had a bit of an issue with finding a nice travel mouse...

I found the Anker one good on battery, you should try the microsoft ones.. batteries lasted 1-2 months and they're gone. Very annoying.

Mice does look a bit odd yes - http://thehumansolutionblog.com/2013/02/top-5-reasons-to-use-an-ergonomic-mouse/
that's the theory behind it.

stinkybeard

Oh, you have a bit of a mouse problem. oOI traded my Cherry wired mouse … Oh, you have a bit of a mouse problem. oOI traded my Cherry wired mouse for an Anker wireless and have been quite happy with it. I do also have a Cherry wireless one, but never got on with it. Found the battery did not last as long as I hoped it would (Duracell).Not sure about this one though, looks a bit odd.Let us know how you get on with it Mouse man.

These are great, and a fraction of the cost of other vertical mice. I bought my first a couple of years ago when I was starting to get wrist pain at work and because of the price I can afford to have one at home as well. Never had a problem since and wouldn't go back to a regular mouse. Highly recommended.
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