Microsoft Express Mice (Various Colours) - £3.29 - £3.99 @ Amazon / Base
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Microsoft Express Mice (Various Colours) - £3.29 - £3.99 @ Amazon / Base

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Found 16th Aug 2012
EDIT: Red mouse is now £3.20 directly from Base
base.com/buy…htm

Red is £3.29, Pink is also £3.29, Green £3.49, Blue £3.97 and Grey £3.99.

Express your fun side.
It has the looks and the moves. Even your mouse can make a statement. This mouse tracks on almost any surface and you never have to worry about batteries.

Three customizable buttons.
Designed just right

Effortless comfort when posting and tweeting.
Three customizable buttons

Seamless socializing and working.
BlueTrack Technology

Works on difficult surfaces-rough, glossy, or soft.

Get clicking with either hand

Right or left-it's all your way.

24 Comments

Wish I had a reason to use a mouse, they look quite cool.

Original Poster

http://i.imgur.com/I5hRQ.jpg

decent laa

Hot price, a bit too small for my big hands unfortunately.
Still I did just buy a pink one which will end up in someones stocking this Christmas.

Review

Looks an ok mouse and good price. Bought a pink one for the missus as her other one has a worn scroller. Thanks OP. Heat added.
Edited by: "clnsndrs" 16th Aug 2012

That is one ugly mouse! The only thing worse is a Cyborg RAT

Good price though...

Good price, but beware, I have one and these are tiny. Only usefull as a travel mouse for me.

Does anyone know if you need a mousemat for these? I have a good compaq mouse but have to use a mousemat on my desk.

Shame it's not wireless.

cat1999

Does anyone know if you need a mousemat for these? I have a good compaq … Does anyone know if you need a mousemat for these? I have a good compaq mouse but have to use a mousemat on my desk.



"This mouse tracks on almost any surface", according to the manufacturers claims.

"The area which you use to right or left click is all one piece."

Personally I've always hated mice like this, but each to their own.

Express your fun side.



Who expresses themselves with computer peripherals? Apart from Apple users who are constantly engaged in one big "LOOK AT ME" fest.

spaceinvader

Who expresses themselves with computer peripherals? Apart from Apple … Who expresses themselves with computer peripherals? Apart from Apple users who are constantly engaged in one big "LOOK AT ME" fest.



Except they're not. If you've used Mac OS you'd understand why people pay a premium for it.

richb93

Except they're not. If you've used Mac OS you'd understand why people pay … Except they're not. If you've used Mac OS you'd understand why people pay a premium for it.



I used to use a mac, I used it for about a year.. As nice as they look, I just wouldn't buy another

richb93

Except they're not. If you've used Mac OS you'd understand why people pay … Except they're not. If you've used Mac OS you'd understand why people pay a premium for it.



I have and I don't. Never understood why Mac people find right clicking so hard.

cheesemp

I have and I don't. Never understood why Mac people find right clicking … I have and I don't. Never understood why Mac people find right clicking so hard.



I right click all the time on my Mac
Edited by: "robjw_2001" 16th Aug 2012

cheesemp

I have and I don't. Never understood why Mac people find right clicking … I have and I don't. Never understood why Mac people find right clicking so hard.



I hear that new fangled Windows XP is pretty slow and buggy.

What's so hard about right clicking? Can honestly say that of all the laptops I've used, the MacBook has the nicest touchpad. Coupled with the gestures, I find Windows a chore now. This is coming from someone who has used Windows for 15 years and has only been using a Mac for about 4 weeks.

No free del to Northern Ireland

Red is £3.99

Original Poster

It was definitely £3.29 when I posted it.

However it's now even cheaper from the official Base site now @ £3.20:

base.com/Hw/…939
Edited by: "mamboboy" 16th Aug 2012

Heat +
Ordered the green and grey ones, both for under £8!
Bargin, I prefer cheap mouse over expensive ones.
Good reviews on this item too.

Really great deal, ordered two

Windows is difficult to use compared to a mac nowadays. The gestures and erganomics of osx just make it a pleasure to use. Plus after owning a laptop/desktop for more than a few months i can still enjoy it turning on and being ready for use almost instantly which I don't find with my windows pc's. If you've never owned a modern one (evidently by your assumption of not being able to right click and it not a common command in osx) then I don't see how you can comment. If reminds me of the old "My Xbox is better than ps3" debates where you only actually own one console and can't compare
Edited by: "02newmag" 18th Aug 2012

Was in Asda tonight and they had these in several colours on "Special Offer" at £10 each!
I'm glad I bought one, thanks again for posting
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