Logitech MX Performance Mouse - Amazon - £58
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Logitech MX Performance Mouse - Amazon - £58

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Wow, this is going cold!!

Where is this cheaper?

Do people just vote cold because they don't like it, or it's too much to spend on a mouse, rather than voting on the deal.

If it's not your thing, then don't just vote cold for the sake of it!

People confusing it with MX Revolution which you can get for 35 pounds and I think there is no difference worth 20 quid


Edited by: "Maniek133" 6th Aug 2010

I have noticed more and more people voting cold for the sake of it. Why they vote when they know nothing about it probably means they are trying to earn their little badges at the expense of the quality of this forum.

not voting as not sure of the benifits of this over others - are you or anyone else able to shed some light on this?

I have a gaming mouse from logitec although it is not wireless:
hotukdeals.com/dea…222

would this run similarly to this?

if you stick some more info about the benifits on, people may see it in a better light.

ps when looking at prices for this, i kepts stumbling apon a non performance mouse similarly named which is much cheaper. is there a model number for this one?

people vote cold unless its cans of coca cola for 30p in there local shops or 10p for creme eggs. or tinned curry for 40p in tesco thats what gets hot arround here!!

oh yeah and 65p aubergines in sainsburys

none the less its the cheapest going so should be considered a hot uk DEAL

i got this and its crap.. i paid £50 2 years ago.. does not charge right.

great worth reading review mysmith!!

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same price on dixon plus cashback available via tcb/ quidco dixons.co.uk/gbu…-63 i also thought this was the revolution and was about to vote cold now im gonna vote lukewarm.
Edited by: "Computerman" 6th Aug 2010

Bit expensive for a mouse. Would pay upto £20 but not a penny more.

Ok just so people know the reason behind the expense....

This mouse uses 'Darkfield' technology; a fancy name for meaning that it will work on glass. For me this is ideal (but I can't afford the ~£60 just yet, as I bought an MX Revolution not long before this came out) as I have a glass desk, which looks rubbish having to use a mousemat.

It also has an ergonomic shape which is something that is useful for me, having suffered RSI in the past.

Admittedly the niche is a very small audience, but it is a good price for what it does - I am not sure if there is a cheaper and better alternative that has the precision this does.

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mysmith

i got this and its crap.. i paid £50 2 years ago.. does not charge right.



These weren't available 2 years ago, I think you may be confusing this model with another older model, maybe the MX Revolution.

Also, Logitech have brilliant customer service.

Ok just so people know the reason behind the expense....This mouse uses … Ok just so people know the reason behind the expense....This mouse uses 'Darkfield' technology; a fancy name for meaning that it will work on glass. For me this is ideal (but I can't afford the ~£60 just yet, as I bought an MX Revolution not long before this came out) as I have a glass desk, which looks rubbish having to use a mousemat.It also has an ergonomic shape which is something that is useful for me, having suffered RSI in the past.Admittedly the niche is a very small audience, but it is a good price for what it does - I am not sure if there is a cheaper and better alternative that has the precision this does.



im aware this is not the same mouse but this is quite abit cheaper and appears to do the same things and have the same features, apart from it being ergonomic
accessories.euro.dell.com/sna…262

At that price it clearly puts the mouse in gaming category, I would opt for the Razer Orochi (bluetooth) which is the same price and far superior.

Original Poster Banned

I still think this is the best price for this mouse, but it obviously isn't, but people don't want to share where they can get it cheaper.

I know some people prefer gaming mice and have other preferences for other mice, but this is the deal for this mouse.

Please don't just vote cold because you don't like the item. You should only be voting cold if you know where this item can be purchased cheaper.

Maybe I should posted a deal for this mouse, and it probably would've got much more heat than this one...
ebuyer.com/pro…582

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Maybe I should posted a deal for this mouse, and it probably would've got much more heat than this one...
http://www.ebuyer.com/pro…582


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quick there's only 997 left!

hotdealsuk

I still think this is the best price for this mouse, but it obviously … I still think this is the best price for this mouse, but it obviously isn't, but people don't want to share where they can get it cheaper.I know some people prefer gaming mice and have other preferences for other mice, but this is the deal for this mouse.Please don't just vote cold because you don't like the item. You should only be voting cold if you know where this item can be purchased cheaper.Maybe I should posted a deal for this mouse, and it probably would've got much more heat than this one...http://www.ebuyer.com/product/133582 X)



You very very rarely go out looking for such a specific product + brand + make. You look for "a mouse with certain criteria and price range" and this is a bad price for comparible brands.

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professor78

You very very rarely go out looking for such a specific product + brand + … You very very rarely go out looking for such a specific product + brand + make. You look for "a mouse with certain criteria and price range" and this is a bad price for comparible brands.



But this is a deal for this specific mouse.

This is the best price I could find for it.

Can this mouse be found cheaper anywhere else, not to confuse it with the older MX Revolution version?
Edited by: "hotdealsuk" 8th Aug 2010
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