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TeckNet Bluetooth Mouse, 3000DPI Wireless Mouse £8.99 (Prime) / £13.48 (nonPrime) Sold by BLUETREE & Fulfilled by Amazon.
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TeckNet Bluetooth Mouse, 3000DPI Wireless Mouse £8.99 (Prime) / £13.48 (nonPrime) Sold by BLUETREE & Fulfilled by Amazon.

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Posted 16th Dec 2019

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TeckNet Bluetooth Mouse, 3000DPI Wireless Mouse, 24 Month Battery Life With Battery Indicator, 3000/2000/1600/1200/800 dPi, Grey
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Have a couple of these for the last 2 or 3 years. Great for the money. BM206 or BM306 I think the ones I have are. Great on batteries too... Most of Tecknet's kit is very good and on the off-chance that you have an issue, they are in the UK, up in Liverpool, I think, so you have real people to talf to!!
Bought one of these a few months ago to use with my laptop - Bluetooth rather than an additional dongle is really handy, the mouse is always fast to connect and comfortable to use. Great price.
Ordered thx
Used one of these for 2 years before I got MX Master 2S, absolutely recommend, reliable, simple and look decent
Good mouse, brought 2 week ago, sold connection and feel, quick to wake-up. Recommended!
Used one of these for about 2 years and never even needed to change the battery, swapped for something with a higher DPI for gaming but the mrs is using this in her home office now without any problems - voted hot!
Got one of these due to a previous HUKD deal. There were comments about the side buttons that do a forward/back if you brush them with a finger. Sure enough on using the mouse it's all too easy to touch these buttons which will lose the entired contents of your web form where you are halflway through booking something or applying for a visa.

I'd assumed I could go into the mouse driver settings and disable the buttons but there is no software available for this mouse.
So I've had it apart, removed the side buttons and neatly taped over with black insulating tape. All good now and it's fine wireless mouse.
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