Anker C200 Ergonomic Wireless Mouse  (6 Buttons, 3 DPI Adjustment Levels, 2000 DPI) was £19.99 now £10 Sold by AnkerDirect and Fulfilled by Amazon
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Anker C200 Ergonomic Wireless Mouse (6 Buttons, 3 DPI Adjustment Levels, 2000 DPI) was £19.99 now £10 Sold by AnkerDirect and Fulfilled by Amazon

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Found 27th Jan 2015
If you are looking for a quality full size mouse which is an excellent all rounder then look no further.... This is the mouse for you!

I have one of these and it is fantastic, it has replaced my Logitech MX as my everyday mouse. Great reviews, 4.5/5 stars on Amazon from 750 reviewers

Also, don't forget Anker's exemplary customer service....

At this price it's a steal! Free delivery possible with prime. Sold by AnkerDirect and forfilled by Amazon.

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Post edited: 3Cs suggest this item has been predominantly priced at £10 since introduced in Feb 2013, except for the occasional blip and presumably original release pricing error of £1000 for a day(!). Clearly you are impressed though, so respect to your post.
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Edited by: "Flipd" 27th Jan 2015

Original Poster

The price of this seems to fluctuate on Amazon as far as I can remember. I appreciate the honest feedback

ridgers84

The price of this seems to fluctuate on Amazon as far as I can remember. … The price of this seems to fluctuate on Amazon as far as I can remember. I appreciate the honest feedback

You are probably correct - it was difficult to see price variations on the originally referenced price graph due to distorted scaling caused by the initial £1000 price. Have edited original post. More recent graph shows some variation. Your recommendation has resulted in a purchase; thanks for the nudge.

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Hot from me!

I've got one of these too and yes it's a nice mouse. I paid a tenner for mine in December 2013. The first one I had died after about nine months and Anker's customer service was superb. They sent out a replacement in about three days and there was no need to return the broken one.

Good mouse - use one for work, and it has decent range so useful for flicking through presentations if you are too tight to buy a proper presentation button thingy ....

mine replaced my logitech mx performance too ... but only as the logitech one broke
anker isn't as good but its not bad and a hell of a lot cheaper
always this price though

hi all.

I have this mouse( or a very similar one from anker. slightly different colour. I bought it recently it's a good mouse. I play titan fall with it and other normal uses. I haven't programmed the two buttons on the side yet but I think you have to download anker software to do that. it also shuts itself off when inactive and underneath there's an on off switch. there are many versions of this mouse from anker. great price. on the mouse I have there is a slot to put the usb reciever although it can be tricky to pull out when needed (good for travelling) but not that difficult. it's a good price for a programable mouse with an option to increase dpi.

just checked the model I have is tx05.

oops and it's a different company Teknet erm please ignore what I said wrong product. lol

slightly OT, but can anyone recommend a good full size Bluetooth mouse?

Are the mouse buttons noisy?

Couple of us at work use these. Decent cheap mouse. It's usually this price ....

(Buttons are not silent but certainly not noisy. My mechanical keyboard with black switches is noisier)

its normally a tenner.

they're ok, mine feels like the rubber where your thumb goes is starting to come away after ~3 months. the wheel is REALLY hard to click as a 3rd button, but acts as a wheel ok.

sancheez

Couple of us at work use these. Decent cheap mouse. It's usually this … Couple of us at work use these. Decent cheap mouse. It's usually this price ....(Buttons are not silent but certainly not noisy. My mechanical keyboard with black switches is noisier)



About the same as Logitech mice? (which have hideously noisy clicky buttons!!)

Ordered, I'm a fan of Anker products. Heat added thanks.

great cheap mouse, I use mine daily, would still like a Logitech mx but this is actually so nice to use I haven't bothered switching just yet

I paid £1000 when it was released. I suppose it's too late now to get an Amazon price difference refund. Nice mouse. Heat.

Anyone know how this performs with Linux?

great mouse! been using for a while and bought it for a tenner too

Banned

standard price ?

Should work fine, works with my pc dual booting windows and mac osx Yosemite.

When I first received it I thought it was DOA as there was no red light for the sensor like most other mices but it doesn't need one, has a long range as well.

wired mouse every day for me.......more reliable

Nozz

Anyone know how this performs with Linux?


I tried this very mouse on linux and it performed like a mouse should

Picard123

About the same as Logitech mice? (which have hideously noisy clicky … About the same as Logitech mice? (which have hideously noisy clicky buttons!!)



No idea. Never had a Logitech mouse. I's used Microsoft and Dell ones at work and have a Gigabyte one at home. Never noticed any one of them being noticeably noisier than any of the others?

Great deal. Just bought one. I have a number of Anker products and their quality is second to none.

Brilliant mouse. Brilliant price. Heat!

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luckylad57

I tried this very mouse on linux and it performed like a mouse should



you didn't need to type in shell commands to get it working? update the kernel- that sort of thing?

Headsup...from the bluetooth anker speaker thread...

paulockenden says...
"Another 30% off (-£3.90) using code A7910011 if you buy another AnkerDirect product at the same time."


You could combine this mouse with this bluetooth speaker and get the above discount: hotukdeals.com/dea…rue

Anyone else get pain at the base of your thumb when using this?

How does this compare with the TeckNet's £10 mouse?
amazon.co.uk/Tec…use

Khairul

How does this compare with the TeckNet's £10 … How does this compare with the TeckNet's £10 mouse?http://www.amazon.co.uk/TeckNet%C2%AE-Precision-Gaming-Button-weight/dp/B00E290JRE/ref=sr_1_1?ie=UTF8&qid=1422231573&sr=8-1&keywords=gaming+mouse



The specs are near enough identical....however, the Anker is wireless, and the Technet is wired. Also, that Technet one looks like a tacky gaming mouse. The Anker looks better.

Good mouse, comfortable to use and hold. The USB is very low quality however, the metal part of mine fell off.

rosstheboss1972

wired mouse every day for me.......more reliable



I us to think that but i bought a Tecknet M002 mouse about a year ago and never looked back battery life is brilliant don't even turn it off and still using the same battery from when i bought it.
I use it for everything including shot-em-up games.

Have had this mouse for around 2 years now.. can't fault it! I brought it for a tenner too and it's been brilliant. Battery life is amazing, I think I've only changed it once since I've had it and it also has a 5/6 minute time out so it automatically switches off when not in use.

I've dropped it a number of times and it's been fine, well recommend.

Bought one before Christmas for this price. I love it.
Rarely find a mouse which is comfortable to use and fills my hand nicely.
Had an issue with the first one and their customer service sorted me out with a new one no questions asked. Even emailed me on Christmas day to say a replacement would be dispatched ASAP, and it arrived 2 days later.
Edited by: "GH69" 27th Jan 2015

Do they sell these for lefties? not that ergonomic for 1 in 10!

aoe310p

Anyone else get pain at the base of your thumb when using this?



Nope. And I use it all day, every day, at work.

It is a good mouse and I used mine a lot - unfortunately, the scroller dial knackered (kept moving to one side) and it just became a pain - about a year?.

Id still buy another one for a tenner if I needed a cheap mouse though.

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petesaysblimey

Do they sell these for lefties? not that ergonomic for 1 in 10!


I would be interested to know if any left handed people use this on a daily basis?
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