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Gigabyte GM-M6800 Dual Lens Gaming Mouse [£7.99 @ Play]
Gigabyte GM-M6800 Dual Lens Gaming Mouse [£7.99 @ Play]

Gigabyte GM-M6800 Dual Lens Gaming Mouse [£7.99 @ Play]

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* Dual Lens: Features dual lens solution for advanced precision
* 1600 DPI High-definition optical technology: deliver 2-4 times sensitivity of standard optical mice. Experience smooth, precise tracking.
* DPI adjustable (800/1600 DPI): 2-level sensitivity switching
* Total-comfort design: Equipped with soft rubber grips and contoured shape to provide superior grasp during the longest gaming sessions.
* Super-smooth feet: Slide easily across almost any surface.

15 Comments

I was eying this one up earlier, still haven't decided. Got a wireless mouse at the moment, sometimes 'shakey' but not shakey enough for me to go back to wired

This has been about for 6 months or more so its not a new deal but for a gaming mouse on a budget its as good as it gets at this price and it has a decent reputation.

Laser version of the same mouse is only 2 quid more if anyone's interested: play.com/PC/…tml

I have both this mouse and the laser version, I can definitely recommend them.

They are responsive, well built, and are comfortable to use for gaming over long periods. I have owned Raptor and expensive Logitech mice previously and I prefer these.

(it is lighter in weight than other mice, worth mentioning as some users prefer heavier mice).

Great value for money and used as my primary mouse every day.

This was actually cheaper last year - £6.99, I think, so not really a great new deal.

For those who missed it back then though, this is a decent mouse which has served me well since buying it. As with lots of mice, the scroll wheel is a bit clunky to click, but that's not a major issue. Unfortunatley, it only has vertical scrolling, but that again isn't a major drawback.

The one issue I had with it was that it was just too light and plasticky feeling. Opening it up and gluing a few 2p pieces on the inside of the casing has sorted that out though!

Which connection? ps2 or usb?

mamboboy;4802492

USB, i haven't seen anything us PS2 for years!



+1

My keyboard broke the other day and I only had a spare PS/2 one. My damn motherboard didnt even have a slot for it lol.


So I borrowed someones elses


Ill return to the library soon :whistling:

This any good?

twiggyuk;4796023

I have both this mouse and the laser version, I can definitely recommend … I have both this mouse and the laser version, I can definitely recommend them. They are responsive, well built, and are comfortable to use for gaming over long periods. I have owned Raptor and expensive Logitech mice previously and I prefer these.(it is lighter in weight than other mice, worth mentioning as some users prefer heavier mice).Great value for money and used as my primary mouse every day.



What is the difference between laser version and the dual lense version?

I've had this mouse for a few weeks now to replace my broken Logitech RX1000, which replaced my two broken wireless Cherry mice, and so far I'm fairly impressed. It does feel quite plastic-ish, and I'd say the build quality isn't great, but it was only £7.99, and for that price, I'd have to recommend it.

i got the 9.99 one from there and it is superb

techmob;4828612

i got the 9.99 one from there and it is superb



Any idea what the differences are between the 7.99 and 9.99 one?

the 9.99 one is laser

techmob;4857116

the 9.99 one is laser



Yeah but whats the difference between dual lense and laser?
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