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Logitech MX1000 Laser Cordless Mouse £29.44 delivered with googlecheckout
Logitech MX1000 Laser Cordless Mouse £29.44 delivered with googlecheckout

Logitech MX1000 Laser Cordless Mouse £29.44 delivered with googlecheckout

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Found this on ebuyer - cracking reviews too
£60 on amazon

Features:

High-performance, 8-button, laser-tracking mouse
Logitech MX Laser Engine provides 20 times more tracking power than optical
Fast RF cordless technology provides responsiveness of a USB connection
Powerful tilt wheel plus zoom: scroll side-to-side, up-down, zoom in/out
Rechargeable lithium-ion battery
Universal forward and back
Application switch to move between open windows
Illuminated 4-level battery indicator
USB and PS/2 connections; Windows® 98, 2000, Me, XP
Three-year guarantee
Full product support
Experience the precision of laser. The Logitech® MX 1000 Laser Cordless Mouse delivers 20 times the tracking power of standard optical mice, making optical obsolete. Maximise your performance with a powerful scrolling system that includes a tilt wheel plus zoom for scrolling side-to-side, up/down, and zooming in/out. Cruise Control provides speed scrolling.

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No free delivery, so final price would come to ~£29

£29.44 is the cheapest delivered price, you have to add shipping charge!

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yeah sorry, didnt realise that - thought that the inc. vat price was the one that's taken into account... still £30 is good i reckon

Got mine for £60 three years ago, brillaint mouse twinned with an icemat.

I've had mine for about 18mths, best mouse I've ever had, and the battery goes for about 2wk before charging.

Brilliant buy

I have the Logitech G7 which is gaming grade. Highly refined mouse.

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I've had mine for about 18mths, best mouse I've ever had, and the battery … I've had mine for about 18mths, best mouse I've ever had, and the battery goes for about 2wk before charging.Brilliant buy



2 weeks!?

Mine only lasts about 3 days...:?

I saw this on ebuyer a few weeks ago when it would've cost about £34 delivered. Fancied one sometime ago but restrained myself as it is not bluetooth. Decided to stick with me MX900 IF you don't have bluetooth this is probably the next best buy at this price.

Awesome mouse, I'll never go back to optical or cabled!

Works on much more than an optical (i've used it on a cats back! - and yes he liked it!), range is good (its not like the optical mice of old that would loose connection if you looked at them funny, i can't think that I have ever lost connection) and battery is sensible! - mine came with a charging station and the battery will easily last longer than you can sit at the PC in 1 session!

is this vista compatible?

djsaysauce, i cant see why not...it's just a standard usb connection - works plug and play, although the "hacked" SetPoint mouse software does add for some extra functionality.

This aint worth £60 so the Amazon price is a bit far fetched... I paid £40 for it and that was back when in March 2005. At £30 this is still the best all-round mouse available! There are some better gaming mice, but overall this is the best.

Word of warning... its quite chunky and a bit heavier than most other mice - women usually have smaller hands than men so keep that in mind (if your a woman).

My mouse used to go at least 3 weeks on a full charge, but that was back when i got it... ~2 years on and a full charge lasts about 3 days - 5 at a push.

> This aint worth £60 so the Amazon price is a bit far fetched... I paid £40 for it and that was back when in March 2005. At £30 this is still the best all-round mouse available! There are some better gaming mice, but overall this is the best

Not true at all.

The best mouse is the Logitech MX Revolution. This model is only second in their line-up.

I had the MX 1000 and now the Revolution, and the Revolution is better:

* Longer battery life
* Nicer/smaller cradle
* No need to connect cradle to PC (uses wireless USB dongle)
* Shape is better sculpted
* Has additional thumb-wheel. Mine is configured to my media player - excellent for changing tracks without switching to the media player
* Mouse wheel is smoother
* Mouse wheel has fast/slow modes for scrolling large documents

The MX Revolution is the ultimate non-gaming mouse. FACT.

I said the MX1000 is the best all rounder for £30. The MX Revolution is a fair bit more expensive than that, so my comment still stands and it is still true

Ugh, they've raised the price by £10. Hate it when they do that.
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