Anker® C200 Full-Size Ergonomic Wireless Mouse with 6 Buttons, 3 DPI Adjustment Levels only £10 + free delivery Sold by AnkerDirect and Fulfilled by Amazon
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Anker® C200 Full-Size Ergonomic Wireless Mouse with 6 Buttons, 3 DPI Adjustment Levels only £10 + free delivery Sold by AnkerDirect and Fulfilled by Amazon

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Found 17th Aug 2014
bought this recently, I don't think you can get a better mouse for 10 quid.

available in two colours, blue and black
amazon.co.uk/Ful…use

Three-speed tracking.
Features a DPI-shifting button, allowing you to switch between three tracking speeds; a well-balanced mouse for a variety of computing needs. Whether you're a casual gamer, manipulating high-volume data or surfing the web, this mouse gets the job done.

Comfortably classy.
Take a break from overly-clunky or uncomfortably tiny wireless mice. The ergonomically-designed thumb rests and grips fit the contour of your palm for maximum comfort.

The surface pro.
Using infrared technology to facilitate smooth tracking, this mouse works flawlessly on nearly any flat surface.

System Requirements:
Windows 98SE / ME / 2000 / XP / Vista / 7 / 8, Mac 10.x and above
Mac 10.x and above (The two thumb buttons are not recognized on the Mac OS X.)

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Pretty much its resting price if anything more expensive than it as been

damm good infra red mouse, for £10 its ok build quality.. Not a patch on my old Microsoft 6000 lazer mouse (left mouse button died on it )

Happened to order one of these around the same time you posted this. Reviews suggest that it's great for the price. Heat even though it seems to have been at this price forever

So is the "hotness" of the deal based on the PRICE of this product (i.e. is this cheaper than this product has ever been) or the VALUE of the product (its a really good product at a great price)?

not trolling, just always interested

A bit of both I guess

I've just got a MS Ergonmic Comfort mouse, I know it costs more but I think it offeres unrivalled comfort.

Original Poster

its always been at this price, but most wireless mice at this price are very basic. it's also available in black
amazon.co.uk/Ful…use

and it's Sunday

timp123

A bit of both I guess

snatch_master

I've just got a MS Ergonmic Comfort mouse, I know it costs more but I … I've just got a MS Ergonmic Comfort mouse, I know it costs more but I think it offeres unrivalled comfort.



Try the Mionix Naos, the thing is godlike to hold

got this a few months ago anker replaced first one as had connectivity issues replacement works good most of the time but noticed the other day that the rubberised material next to the forward/back buttons started to come away so maybe another replacement is due thats only after less than 3 months!

Anker CS seems to be very good, i would use them again based on that alone.

Original Poster

Pateo

got this a few months ago anker replaced first one as had connectivity … got this a few months ago anker replaced first one as had connectivity issues replacement works good most of the time but noticed the other day that the rubberised material next to the forward/back buttons started to come away so maybe another replacement is due thats only after less than 3 months!

i guess you can glue it yourself.

I wonder if someone can help me? With these 'Add On' items can't I buy a few to total more than £10 would it work? Thanks!

Greta mouse, i use one. Anker has amazing customer service aswell.

anker are good cheap mice.

bigmo_uk

So is the "hotness" of the deal based on the PRICE of this product (i.e. … So is the "hotness" of the deal based on the PRICE of this product (i.e. is this cheaper than this product has ever been) or the VALUE of the product (its a really good product at a great price)?not trolling, just always interested



All cheap tat gets heat just because of people's cheapness here.

I got a Logitech mouse for £7 from PC world currys not 6 button but better brand....

for some reason the black one is different quality to the blue one? I prefer the black.

This is a great mouse for a great price. Big enough to be comfortable and small enough to carry around!

Hot

plath

All cheap tat gets heat just because of people's cheapness here.



And your experience of this bit of hardware is.....?

Does anyone know if you can disable the dpi button or assign it to another application.

I've had this for about 16 months. Great mouse for the price, bought it for £10 back then also. Very comfortable and fits perfectly into my big hand, lightweight and can use on many surfaces. It also puts itself into sleep mode when not in use which is great, 1 click wakes it up.
18 months warranty too if anything happens. Highly recommend.

This_Is_My_Username

I wonder if someone can help me? With these 'Add On' items can't I buy a … I wonder if someone can help me? With these 'Add On' items can't I buy a few to total more than £10 would it work? Thanks!

Never thought about it. Would take about 15 seconds to throw two+ into the basket to see if you could proceed to checkout. Mmm, that's less than the time it has taken to write this comment.

No good for left handers. Anyone know of a good left handed wi-fi mouse.

Dunno if anyone else has had this problem but it makes my thumb really painful when using it. I stopped using it after a few days

I bought this a few months ago and found two main flaws.
- the responsiveness was not the best on any surface. It was like how the first optical mice used to misbehave when using them on glass.
- Cheap batteries or rechargeables(at least all the different types I have tried) either do not last long or flat out don't work at all.

I got a replacement sent out which stopped working after about a week and in the end I was refunded.
Maybe I was unlucky but the reliability was very disappointing. One thing I must say though, is that their customer service is probably one of the best out there. They tried their best to resolve my issues and I did not even have to ask for my money back as it was they who offered.

I'll give it a go.

Best mouse I've ever owned. Defo worth a tenner!

Flipd

Never thought about it. Would take about 15 seconds to throw two+ into … Never thought about it. Would take about 15 seconds to throw two+ into the basket to see if you could proceed to checkout. Mmm, that's less than the time it has taken to write this comment.



Has it worked?

Bigbadhoff

Best mouse I've ever owned. Defo worth a tenner!



its not the best mouse, ever.. try a laxer mouse emitting mouse and you notice the difference but for £10 its not bad

To be honest it's rubbish for gamers. The mouse buttons get blocked from time to time...useless. Not bad for office and stuff and the battery lasts forever. Also, note that I found it to be quite big. I'm used to a claw/finger grip. This is defo a palm mouse.

Got this. Amazing battery life as it turns itself off after a set period of time, just click to turn it on.

Very light but I have dropped it several times on concrete and it still works fine. Three DPI settings (I prefer the lowest).

Highly recommended, hot.

drbrainsol

To be honest it's rubbish for gamers. The mouse buttons get blocked from … To be honest it's rubbish for gamers. The mouse buttons get blocked from time to time...useless. Not bad for office and stuff and the battery lasts forever. Also, note that I found it to be quite big. I'm used to a claw/finger grip. This is defo a palm mouse.



I've been using one for gaming for the last 6 months without any issues, I needed a wireless mouse as I have my PC hooked up with a 42 inch TV and got sick of tripping over wires. For £10 you won't get any better than this one.

Any one can recommend mice for left hand?

I received this yesterday and it seems pretty good. I was having a problem with my old mouse with it shaking and moving grid like in games abut now after using this mouse this problem has disappeared! My games are finally playable again!

The con of the mouse I've found so far is that the battery cover is loose fitted so when you move the mouse it makes noise.

Edited by: "sweeten16" 2nd Sep 2014

Can anyone compare it with a logitech mx518?

The logitech is the most comfortable mouse I've ever used. I'd like a wireless model for my laptop but logitech dotn' make one

ok my logitech YET AGAIN had the double click problem so its binned (failed to fix microswitch and its now soldered rather than clipping in)
got this
first impressions
build, a bit cheap - as mentioned above the rubber grip seems to have movement and the battery compartment isn't quite right
functionality, works nicely, back button is a little 'squashy' but the dpi switch adds alot of extra useablity going from normal browsing to eg photo editing
main annoyance is i miss the infinite scroll wheel (and smooth) of the logitech but then i guess cant have everything
as for comfort, exactly the same as the logitch mx revolution i had before
for a tenner? bargain
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