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Microsoft Habu Gaming Mouse - £19.99 @ Currys
Microsoft Habu Gaming Mouse - £19.99 @ Currys

Microsoft Habu Gaming Mouse - £19.99 @ Currys

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Hey all, first post so be nice!
My local (northampton) pcworld and currys were selling the microsoft Habu gaming mouse for £19.99
Think this is a great price considering it is powered by razer.
Specs below:
# 2000dpi Razer Precision laser sensor
# 1000Hz Ultrapolling / 1ms response time
# Ergonomic right-handed design
# Interchangeable side button panels
# On-The-Fly Sensitivity adjustment
# Always-On mode
# Up to 45 inches per second and 20g of acceleration
# Seven independently programmable Hyperesponse buttons
# GlowPipe non-slip side rails
# Large, ultra-slick Teflon® feet
# Thin, flexible cord
# Approximate size: 129mm (length) x 68mm (width) x 43.5mm (height)

I have had a look and cannot find these on thier respective websites. Can get a receipt posted up when i get home

31 Comments

Are these wireless?

Original Poster

Forgot to mention, they had 3 left at currys riverside when i physically checked, also electronic stock check (which I had to get the guy in the sop to do) showed the correct prices for St James retail park, Riverside, Kettering so I would ASSUME this is the same price throughout

I'll be going to Currys at lunchtime to get me one...

These are great mice, I use one all the time

# Thin, flexible cord

I have had to throw away a few (different mice) because the cord is no good
But on the whole seems like a pretty good deal , heated

I shall be looking at getting myself one of these they have lots of buttons.

Bought the Gigabyte GM-M6800 from play....oops tosh mouse useless company. I never knew it was difficult to return a DOA product.

These are superb mice, I user a Razor Diamondback and would use one over a wireless mouse any day of the week, especially good for gaming. For £19.99 these are a steel .. Heat Added.

Good deal if you can get it, would be easier if it was on site too

Got last one at Gateshead PC world...Currys have one on display but no stock...great deal thanks a lot..heat added..

Ive got one, really good mice. Very comfortable to use!

I bought one of these in PC World a few weeks back. Cracking mouse and it's good for larger hands too..

Hello ladies!

A good saving, but the Amazon reviews are fairly damning.

i get that its reliable and i get that it has a reputation but seriously........£20 for a mouse? Might be cheaper than it normally is but still......£20! For marginally better results which probably wont actually be all that noticeable. I voted warm, not hot or cold.

hypnoticstate;7085012

i get that its reliable and i get that it has a reputation but … i get that its reliable and i get that it has a reputation but seriously........£20 for a mouse? Might be cheaper than it normally is but still......£20! For marginally better results which probably wont actually be all that noticeable. I voted warm, not hot or cold.



Happy to spend up to £50 on a mouse and would consider more if I felt it was worth it. When you look at a mouse as a tool it's worthy of investment, especially when you're using one 12+ hours a day.

dcx_badass;7076353

No it's a gaming mouse, wireless isn't suitable for a proper mouse.



Just saying, Razer Mamba is wireless.

mofonyx;7085255

Just saying, Razer Mamba is wireless.



likewise sidewinder x8. using one now.

simplyjimbo;7081387

I shall be looking at getting myself one of these they have lots of … I shall be looking at getting myself one of these they have lots of buttons. Bought the Gigabyte GM-M6800 from play....oops tosh mouse useless company. I never knew it was difficult to return a DOA product.



The mouse was dead?

I have a m6800 and I haven't encountered any issues with it.

its a great deal, but id still say go for a logitech mx518 instead

really ?? i work in currys and i've not seen this, guess i'll be searching on the system tomorrow morning

hypnoticstate;7085012

i get that its reliable and i get that it has a reputation but … i get that its reliable and i get that it has a reputation but seriously........£20 for a mouse? Might be cheaper than it normally is but still......£20! For marginally better results which probably wont actually be all that noticeable. I voted warm, not hot or cold.



Thats very cheap for a quality mouse.

The difference is massive.

I spent about £50 each on my last two mice (MX518 and Logitech MX Revolution) and not only is the difference massive, but they last ten times longer than a cheap and cheerful mouse.

Actually on the lookout for a new mouse, might give this a go.

Dont think anything will compare to my Revolution though, its a lovely bit of kit.

i have one of these and its pretty good, i got mine as a gift so no idea on the price, but worth £20 easy

MR.G.MAN;7085963

its a great deal, but id still say go for a logitech mx518 instead



That's what I've used for years, couldn't recommend it enough. Never get to utilise it much anymore though, sucks how my PC no longer runs decent games, whereas my mouse could still let me headshot to no end. Feels like I'm letting it down lmao, god damn technology for improving.

Lol at the aimbot comment btw. :thumbsup:

hypnoticstate;7085012

i get that its reliable and i get that it has a reputation but … i get that its reliable and i get that it has a reputation but seriously........£20 for a mouse? Might be cheaper than it normally is but still......£20! For marginally better results which probably wont actually be all that noticeable. I voted warm, not hot or cold.



I know this is a site used by bargain hunters but are you serious? £20 is nothing..... :?

I love my Razer Copperhead. I paid a lot more the £20 for it and I have never even vaguely regretted it. If the Habu is anywhere near as good as Razer's other mice then this is a steal at £20.

Had this mouse about a year now... got it for £40 from PC World... so this is an awsome price. It's a Razer withea Microsoft Logo on it.

MBeeching;7085191

Happy to spend up to £50 on a mouse and would consider more if I felt it … Happy to spend up to £50 on a mouse and would consider more if I felt it was worth it. When you look at a mouse as a tool it's worthy of investment, especially when you're using one 12+ hours a day.



Agreed. Have some rep! Currently using a Razer so might get one of these as a spare if I can.

while I can't remember exactly when I bought it, perhaps 3 years ago? it's a great mouse especially at this price. unfortunately there is a loose wire in the mouse part where the cord meets the mouse. i've got to take a soldering iron to it one day and get it working again!

if you want a Razer mouse with regular updates and support then choose one of their mainstream products. this appears to be the runt of the litter when it comes to support.

got ]this value pack back in may for £30 and it's one of the best mice/webcams i've ever owned!

http://image.ebuyer.com/UK/P0149315_C0000138_P0000000.jpg
out of stock now! only one person selling it on ebay.

realblender;7084347

use aimbot and save money



that is nasty but funny

couldn't find in Wolves Currys.Digital (mander), will try pc world later or tommorow

Not in Currys in Watford.

Tried 4 branches in london yet again these currys/pc world deals never exist.:x

Apparently none in the Hamilton store either. :-(

EDIT: Just read the bit about PC World and called the East Kilbride store to check. Nothing.

Methinks this deal is not nationwide!
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