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eSecure - Wireless USB Mouse for PC and Laptop with nano USB receiver - 2011 model - £4.98 + £1.99 Postage @ Amazon Sold by Designer Habitat
eSecure - Wireless USB Mouse for PC and Laptop with nano USB receiver - 2011 model - £4.98 + £1.99 Postage @ Amazon Sold by Designer Habitat

eSecure - Wireless USB Mouse for PC and Laptop with nano USB receiver - 2011 model - £4.98 + £1.99 Postage @ Amazon Sold by Designer Habitat

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eSecure - Wireless USB Mouse for PC and Laptop with nano USB receiver - 2011 model

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I have a couple of these and despite feeling a bit cheap they work excellent.

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gavjbrown

I have a couple of these and despite feeling a bit cheap they work … I have a couple of these and despite feeling a bit cheap they work excellent.



Glad to hear they work well, as i have ordered one for my sister

Nice price for a wireless nano mouse, ordered one as a spare. Heat added.

I bought this a few weeks ago at a fiver from play.com.

Works ok at home, is simple and cheap.

But when I took it to work, it would not work smoothly and stutter. I think this may be because of interference. There does not seem to be anyway to change the channel, so I could not switch it to a different channel to see if that improved things.

But as I said, works great at home, just not in the office due to interference.

Ive got the logitech vx nano which was around 40 quid and i bought one of these to take in my laptop bag so i dont damage my logitech one , but i found this near enough identical in use and not much bigger in size.
Have just ordered another!

Can anyone comment on the range of the wireless communication please? I'm looking to use it two to four metres away while my laptop pumps out video to my tv.
Thanks in advance!

gherkingHUD

Can anyone comment on the range of the wireless communication please? I'm … Can anyone comment on the range of the wireless communication please? I'm looking to use it two to four metres away while my laptop pumps out video to my tv.Thanks in advance!




i cant really speak for this device, but pretty sure the standard is about 5m for those micro 2.4ghz wireless receivers so i would expect this to be the same.

7 Day shop also do a nano wireless optical for £5.99 post free
I got one the other day.

I bought this mouse (if not 100% exact) from 7 day shop as above and it feels really big at first, my other wireless mouse is a tech air which really fits in the hand easily, this one fills my hand but is not uncomfortable to use, it just takes a little getting used to. The usb receiver is totally unintrusive and the connectivity is very good.
Edited by: "grahamwill39" 1st May 2011

Thought you were not allowed to list Amazon Marketplace traders unless fulfilled by Amazon?

Patr100 - May 01, 2011 16:29 7 Day shop also do a nano wireless optical … Patr100 - May 01, 2011 16:29 7 Day shop also do a nano wireless optical for £5.99 post fre. I got one the other day.



I bought the same one a few weeks ago at that price 7 Day Shop. It's a very large size mouse and very curvy. Seems to work okay but would not recommend for people with smallish sized hands.

haritori

i cant really speak for this device, but pretty sure the standard is … i cant really speak for this device, but pretty sure the standard is about 5m for those micro 2.4ghz wireless receivers so i would expect this to be the same.



Thanks mate.

thanks, just what i was looking for

Banned

Anyone know how long the battery lasts?

Thanks to the OP just ordered and heated

Just got mine and it's all over the place.

Tried moving the receiver closer didn't change anything.

Not happy at all as I need it to work with.

Thanks for getting back to us 'on the fence' buyers, Hitcher!

If this uses the 2.4ghz spectrum, it's shared by wifi, cordless phones and microwaves. It may be because of interference from one of the above. Another poster had similar problems when at work, but found it perfect at home. Have you tried it in different rooms?

Could you let us know how you get on please?
G

Tried moving the receiver around, even running a USB extension away from the PC, but the pointer had a mind of it's own.

Back to my £2 wired, ebay mouse.

Just got mine it works great.

It even switches off when you switch your laptop off - which did confuse me at first - thinking it waqs not working when I put the batteries in.

It is not a large mouse either !
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