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2.4GHz Wireless Foldable Arch Mouse With Mini USB Receiver - £8.99 @ 7 Day Shop
2.4GHz Wireless Foldable Arch Mouse With Mini USB Receiver - £8.99 @ 7 Day Shop

2.4GHz Wireless Foldable Arch Mouse With Mini USB Receiver - £8.99 @ 7 Day Shop

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The revolutionary design of the Arch Mouse combines the comfort of a desktop mouse and the portability of a notebook mouse. Arch Mouse folds to 60% of its fully expanded size when you’re on the go. Runs on 2 x AAA batteries (Not Included). Resolution: 600/800/1200CPI.

2.4 GHz - 30 ft. Wireless Range
The 2.4 GHz wireless Mini USB transceiver connects wirelessly right out of the box with almost no interference and has up to a 30 foot wireless range (10m).

Folds For Portability
Mouse folds to 60% of its fully expanded size using the strong metal hinge. Folding the mouse closed automatically turns it off, saving battery power too.

Scroll Wheel
Save time and effort with the scroll wheel - navigate documents and Web pages without using the on-screen scroll bar.

Battery Status Indicator
You won't get caught with a dead battery - the Battery Status LED Indicator glows red when the battery is running low.

Mini USB Transceiver
The Mini USB Transceiver sticks into the bottom of the mouse and is held in place by a magnet.

Comfort for Either Hand
Use your mouse with your left or right hand - ambidextrous design makes it comfortable either way.

Ergonomic Design
Point and click in comfort - ergonomic design helps you work longer without discomfort.

Designed for Notebook PCs
Compact and comfortable, our handy notebook and laptop products are designed for convenience and mobility.

6+ Months Battery Life
Work with less interruption with longer battery life. Runs on 2 x AAA batteries (not included).

Please note that this is NOT a Microsoft Arc Mouse

NOT MICROSOFT's ARC MOUSE!
- logix88

NOT MICROSOFT's ARC MOUSE! in the title
- logix88

12 Comments

CRACK!!! Oops

Wonder how durable it is.

"6+ Months Battery Life" is this for real?

Edited by: "hashimotoyukari" 11th Apr 2011

hashimotoyukari

CRACK!!! Oops :pWonder how durable it is."6+ Months Battery Life" is … CRACK!!! Oops :pWonder how durable it is."6+ Months Battery Life" is this for real?



I had one of these as a sample, very good build quality and very confortable to hold.

Battery life was around 6 months, but i was using it at work (8-9 hours use a day)

Very good mouse.

Can anyone confirm the range of this, it says 30ft but that sounds optimistic!

All the others I've owned failt to work over around 2 metres away!

This gets terrible reviews, cheap and tatty rip-off of Microsoft's Arc

I had one of these from one of those cheap Chinese Site (I thyink it was Focalprice). Its a cheap copy of a Microsoft mouse and isnt as good on the build quality but isnt too bad either. I didnt get 6 months battery life but I am an IT consultant and was using it day and night but still got 3 or 4 months out of it. It only broke because I sat on it, Well recommended for the money but check the Chinese sites if you want it cheaper and can wait.

msharif911

I had one of these from one of those cheap Chinese Site (I thyink it was … I had one of these from one of those cheap Chinese Site (I thyink it was Focalprice). Its a cheap copy of a Microsoft mouse and isnt as good on the build quality but isnt too bad either. I didnt get 6 months battery life but I am an IT consultant and was using it day and night but still got 3 or 4 months out of it. It only broke because I sat on it, Well recommended for the money but check the Chinese sites if you want it cheaper and can wait.



Any side buttons?

martyj999

Any side buttons?



No I cant remember any side buttons just the wheel and the 2 ordinary buttons. But it was a while ago. The newer models might have them by now.

I would just like to say the way it folds up is fantastic and the tiny little USB sensor sticks to the underneath of the mouse magnetically and it all folds up nice and tidily. I like the design so much I might pay the extra and get the Microsoft one for around the £25 mark.

are people who are recommending this doing so on the assumption its the Microsoft Arc? Cause its NOT, its a blatant rip off of that and the name is an attempt to deceive people into thinking its the same product!

marteee

are people who are recommending this doing so on the assumption its the … are people who are recommending this doing so on the assumption its the Microsoft Arc? Cause its NOT, its a blatant rip off of that and the name is an attempt to deceive people into thinking its the same product!



Not me, I had the copy and I'm saying it wasnt too bad.

hm brought one when some time ago..didn't have that much hight hopes on it anyways..wasnt the best lil thing.. very plasticy feeling.. build quality..errm there is no such thing.. sometimes it works fast sometimes its slow...got a mind of its own i gues... i would rather go for a normal one... IMO of course..
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