Wireless Mouse with Nano USB Receiver NOW £5.99 (was £7.59) with code / prime £9.98 non prime Sold by LivSense UK and Fulfilled by Amazon
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Wireless Mouse with Nano USB Receiver NOW £5.99 (was £7.59) with code / prime £9.98 non prime Sold by LivSense UK and Fulfilled by Amazon

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similar to my post the other day heat from me great price

Great, heat thanks (I forgot the code first time round)!

Edited by: "Sunrayho" 17th Apr

Surely better to go for the Logitech (though it says it's a mini wireless mouse) at £7.97? hotukdeals.com/dea…502

In my experience, no-name Chinese wireless mice tend to fail quite quickly - even got one a while back that emitted a tiny puff of smoke as soon as I put a battery in!

Good price but right-handed only.

Only problem with these cheapo Chinese mice is that they eat batteries like they're going out of fashion.

Don't think they've quite optimised the power management algorithms on their mice in the same way that Logitech have as the Logitech can go for a year or two on the same batteries whereas the cheapo Chinese mice need new batteries every couple of months.

I have one, they are not very good, high quoted DPI, but not very accurate when used on screen

louiselouise

Surely better to go for the Logitech (though it says it's a mini wireless … Surely better to go for the Logitech (though it says it's a mini wireless mouse) at £7.97? http://www.hotukdeals.com/deals/logitech-m187-mini-wireless-optical-mouse-7-97-pcworld-store-collection-2666502In my experience, no-name Chinese wireless mice tend to fail quite quickly - even got one a while back that emitted a tiny puff of smoke as soon as I put a battery in!


no thumb buttons = no buy

I have one of these though branded differently. Sure they're the same.
Happy with mine. Time will tell regarding battery usage.

Original Poster

I've noticed most of the Chinese computer mouses on Amazon are branded according to the sellers brand, however the products are exactly the same, they all have "Easterntimes Tech" when you look at the bottom of the mouse.

When looking at the Easterntimes tech website, they have listed some of their clients. Here are a few: Asus, MSI, Acer. I would guess they are OEM/ODM clients, so Easterntimes Tech must be successful in the industry.
Edited by: "_James" 18th Apr

Nice - one ordered, and taken the standard delivery not prime - and I get £10 of free books too!

I have one of these, it's been great. Sleeps when left for only a short while, one click wakes it up. No complaints..
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