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    Lidl to sell laser gaming mouse (02/05/11)

    Seeing as my last laser mouse died a few months back and I've had to go back to using the the Logitech mouse bundled with my KB I've been hankering for another good (and configurable) mouse, and now my prayers have been answered. Lidl are to sell a wired laser gaming mouse (as well as a rechargable wireless desktop version) on the 2nd May for the princely sum of £12.99 each. It has weights and looks very nice TBH.

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    £12.99

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    I should have attached the image shouldn't I?
    At £12.99 it won't make much differance if the mouse isn't up to much, and I've grown to dislike wireless mice over the years and prefer the lack of hassel USB provides, especially as you don't have to play the 'My-mouse-is-playing-up-and-I've-just-changed-the-batteries-last-week-so-what-could-it-be-this-time?' game.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Dos_Box View Post
    I should have attached the image shouldn't I?
    At £12.99 it won't make much differance if the mouse isn't up to much, and I've grown to dislike wireless mice over the years and prefer the lack of hassel USB provides, especially as you don't have to play the 'My-mouse-is-playing-up-and-I've-just-changed-the-batteries-last-week-so-what-could-it-be-this-time?' game.
    thats why i like my current logitech laser mouse when the battery is low plug in the usb lead to charge it works like a wired mouse again

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    Quote Originally Posted by sted View Post
    thats why i like my current logitech laser mouse when the battery is low plug in the usb lead to charge it works like a wired mouse again
    Nice feature, I like my Logitech mouse at work chuck it in the dock re-charges and I go a week on one charge at work, my home mouse isn't dockable but only goes through 2 sets of AA batterys a year quite impressive

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    Nice find, I'm just about in need of a new mouse too... might even get one for work at that price

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