Logitech VX Revolution Laser Notebook Mouse - £24.99 delivered @ PC World (3% Quidco as well)
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Logitech VX Revolution Laser Notebook Mouse - £24.99 delivered @ PC World (3% Quidco as well)

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Found 27th Aug 2009
Not the bargain of a lifetime, but a very good price for a fantastic laptop mouse.

Features:
- larger than the usual laptop rats (perfect for us people with bigger hands)
- 2.4GHz wireless technology for interference free "mousing"
- laser sensor for precision tracking on most surfaces
- uses one cheap/easy to replace AA battery
- wireless USB dongle docks into the mouse, so you don't loose it (doubles up as the on/off switch)
- long battery life (3month on average)
- has more button than your average VCR (all customisable via SetPoint software)
- choice of smooth or precision click-to-click scroll wheel setting

>> Sorry, this one's for right handed people only

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I have this mouse and i can confirm that it is Fantastic. Superb tracking directly onto an Oak Table. Fits the hand lovely and the receiver is tiny! Go on Treat Yourself:-D

great little mouse, normally a lot more, heat added...

i have another version of this mous (MX1100R) and can confirm its very high quality.

I don't spend much more than this on a pc, yet alone a mouse!

how long is the offer going to last because, i was thinking about getting
pcworld.co.uk/mar…ull

which happens to be the cheaper variant of the VX, and its same price now, i cant get to pcworld until monday so i want to buy it then, just wondering how long the offer is going to be around for

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teshnit;6145364

how long is the offer going to last because, i was thinking about getting … how long is the offer going to last because, i was thinking about getting http://www.pcworld.co.uk/martprd/store/[email protected]@@@[email protected]@@@&BV_EngineID=cccfadeiehhkmdfcflgceggdhhmdfhj.0&category_oid=-29753&sku=501758&page=Product&fm=null&sm=null&tm=null which happens to be the cheaper variant of the VX, and its same price now, i cant get to pcworld until monday so i want to buy it then, just wondering how long the offer is going to be around for


Don't know.

PC World hadn't even changed the price sticker yet (shelf label still said £34.99), so it must be a new offer. If you have a Currys store nearby, have a look there too, as they are selling it for the same price now.

my local currys happens to be right next door to the "local" pcworld sadly lol, they do have some stupid ideas for store locations dont they, like 90% of pcworlds have a nearby currys, and vice versa lol. stupid DSG

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teshnit;6146049

oh and just a heads upcurrys: … oh and just a heads upcurrys: http://www.currys.co.uk/martprd/store/[email protected]@@@[email protected]@@@&BV_EngineID=ccdhadeiehfhlehcflgceggdhhmdgmk.0&page=Product&fm=null&sm=null&tm=null&sku=973374&category_oid=


Ohh.. look! Currys version has in-built WiFi lol!

http://www.currys.co.uk/store_doc/images/GE_Images/computing/Wi-Fi_lozenge.gif

wait looking it all up, is this the nano receiver, the tiny thing thats barely a few mm outward from the usb part?

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teshnit;6147487

wait looking it all up, is this the nano receiver, the tiny thing thats … wait looking it all up, is this the nano receiver, the tiny thing thats barely a few mm outward from the usb part?


Nope, this is a larger version.

Unlike the Nano receiver, which is designed to be left plugged into the computer, this one doubles up as a on/off switch for the mouse.

Simply insert the wireless dongle back into the back of the mouse and it will power itself off (ideal for people throwing the mouse into a bag along with other stuff, as it can not turn itself back on accidentally).

bought it, its good, thanks
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