Logitech T630/T631 Ultrathin touch Mouse £39.99 @ Maplin or JL via price match
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Logitech T630/T631 Ultrathin touch Mouse £39.99 @ Maplin or JL via price match

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Found 25th Jul 2015
lovely quality touch mouse to go with your nice Ultrabook or Macbook.
£40 might seem a lot to spend o a mouse but if you've spent a lot of money on a high end notebook then personally i think £40 is worth spending on a good mouse for those times when the touchpad isn't being used.

I quite expect cold votes on a £40 mouse as I appreciate many people won't be happy spending this kind of money on a mouse...but I can't find either this device cheaper or another mouse that supports 2 different Bluetooth connections (I need one for my home laptop and one for my work laptop)

You can Ignore the T630 for Windows/T631 for Mac bit...only the colours are different, use either Mouse on either device.
Bluetooth connectivity with 2x channels allowing permanent connections to 2x devices without re-pairing.
Next cheapest I can find is around £43 at Amazon. Argos want an eye-watering £79.99 for one.

Black and Silver
maplin.co.uk/p/l…9nl
White and Silver
maplin.co.uk/p/l…0nl

JohnLewis will price match Maplin and this is the route i chose as i prefer JohnLewis customer service.

blog.logitech.com/201…ok/

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If it can be had for £43 from Amazon, then do the following;

Go through Quidco and post a 'beat my price' request on Bespoke Offers. You get £2 just for the enquiry.
Once you have your 10%-15% off offer from Bespoke, go through Quidco and purchase the offer. You will then get a further 14% discount via Quidco cashback.

The combined discount should come to around £8-10 + the £2 cashback just for enquiring.

About £33 all told. Well worth the effort

Seen reviews that said it was not comfortable due to a way it flicks (one place, not two). Google it before you start laughing.

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gnowak84

Seen reviews that said it was not comfortable due to a way it flicks (one … Seen reviews that said it was not comfortable due to a way it flicks (one place, not two). Google it before you start laughing.



That can be said for most ultra portable mice...reduced size usually means it's not quite so comfy in the hand.
That said I've found most reviews are pretty positive
engadget.com/pro…se/

I have the mighty mouse or whatever its called (latest Apple) and hate it.
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