Fantech 2.4Ghz Mini Portable Wireless Optical 2000DPI Adjustable Mouse £3.02 @ aliexpress.com/ Store: Bright Future Trading Co, Ltd
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Fantech 2.4Ghz Mini Portable Wireless Optical 2000DPI Adjustable Mouse £3.02 @ aliexpress.com/ Store: Bright Future Trading Co, Ltd

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Found 1st Oct 2016Made hot 2nd Oct 2016
DPI: 2000

Type:Battery

Interface Type:USB

Application:Desktop,Laptop,For Home Use,For Office Use

Number of Buttons:6

Wi-Fi Range:10m

Tracking Method:Optical

Type:2.4Ghz

WirelessStyle:3D,Mini

Operation Mode:Opto-electronicWireless Technology:Supported

Hand Orientation:Right

Number of Rollers:1

Gross Weight:65g

22 Comments

Ordered. Should help reduce a few clicks at work!

Wi-Fi Range:10m X) Never heard of a wireless mouse oO

Full or Partial Refund , if the item is not as described





Edited by: "clnsndrs" 2nd Oct 2016

Cheers. Down to £2.96 now

be aware your buttons apart from LMB/RMB/MMB only allow u to bind them to: open file, shutdown , log off, open office document, etc

clnsndrs

Wi-Fi Range:10m X) Never heard of a wireless mouse oOFull or Partial … Wi-Fi Range:10m X) Never heard of a wireless mouse oOFull or Partial Refund , if the item is not as described



​Seriously? well they exist...

Good price, would prefer a wired one though - Can't be bothered getting replacement batteries Although the other wireless mouse I have last for months!

£3.12 now ?

At first I thought this was some kind of really cool bullet proof vest.

The reason why it's adjustable is that 2000dpi is pointless.

clnsndrs

Wi-Fi Range:10m X) Never heard of a wireless mouse oOFull or Partial … Wi-Fi Range:10m X) Never heard of a wireless mouse oOFull or Partial Refund , if the item is not as described



Wireless mice have been around since 1984 using Infrared, Logitech then followed this up in 1991 with a Radio Frequency wireless mouse. So you're 30+ years out of date if you've never heard of a wireless mouse!

Edited by: "fishmaster" 2nd Oct 2016

Banned

endo123

At first I thought this was some kind of really cool bullet proof vest.



I came here to post this.

I've bought a few cheapo "gaming" mice in my time - one responded with a miniscule puff of smoke when I put the batteries in from new (!), some have had problems with "dancing cursors" or they simply fall apart after a few months.

Think you're better off spending a few quid more on something that lasts and is more reliable. You really do buy cheap, buy twice with most bargain basement mice, given the daily abuse they get.
Edited by: "louiselouise" 2nd Oct 2016

got something similar to this for android boxes

its a bit 'meh'

also does not play nice with sony android tv

clnsndrs

Wi-Fi Range:10m X) Never heard of a wireless mouse oOFull or Partial … Wi-Fi Range:10m X) Never heard of a wireless mouse oOFull or Partial Refund , if the item is not as described



Eh?

fishmaster

Wireless mice have been around since 1984 using Infrared, Logitech then … Wireless mice have been around since 1984 using Infrared, Logitech then followed this up in 1991 with a Radio Frequency wireless mouse. So you're 30+ years out of date if you've never heard of a wireless mouse!



I know what a wireless mouse is X) but since when is one capable of using WiFi?

clnsndrs

Wi-Fi Range:10m X) Never heard of a wireless mouse oOFull or Partial … Wi-Fi Range:10m X) Never heard of a wireless mouse oOFull or Partial Refund , if the item is not as described



You've never heard of a wireless mouse?

Darkraiser

You've never heard of a wireless mouse?



I was taking the **** Im talking about the Wifi part in the description, since when do wireless mice use WiFi?

Looks like an armoured baby grow

clnsndrs

I was taking the **** Im talking about the Wifi part in the description, … I was taking the **** Im talking about the Wifi part in the description, since when do wireless mice use WiFi?



Wi-fi mice are common place, your phone can act as a wi-fi mouse using various apps. In the case of the mouse in this deal, I'm sure they mean wireless range.

I bought a cheap Chinese mouse like this.

Every few mins. it goes to sleep, clicking the right button wakes it but it also activates the context menu which needs another click to clear that.

The cursor wobbles and freezes especially when the mouse is over an image. Sometimes it jumps to the top of the screen.

Chinese brands are obsessed with sending mice and keyboards to sleep.

there's not wifi (802.11) mice, they just use 2.4ghz. these are crap though

floppydesk

be aware your buttons apart from LMB/RMB/MMB only allow u to bind them … be aware your buttons apart from LMB/RMB/MMB only allow u to bind them to: open file, shutdown , log off, open office document, etc



​With autohotkey remapping, I'd beg to differ.
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