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This review is from: TeckNetŪ M002 2.4G Nano Cordless Optical Mouse - 18 Month Battery Life - Battery Level Indicator - 2.4 GHz -3 Adjustable DPI Levels: 2000/1500/1000dPi - Nano USB wireless receiver - Grey (Personal Computers)
I required two computer mice for my my laptop and my wife's machine. I did all the usual reviews/searches and decided I wanted the nano type mouse and settled on a Logitech. However, when I checked the prices I was astonished - anything from 30 quid each and upwards and not much cheaper in the States where I go occasionally.
I then saw this mouse on Amazon which was receiving great reviews. I went for it and the two items were delivered in two days - including free postage.
The mouse is sized between a small laptop and the normal size mouse. Very light to handle but the construction is ok. Worked straight from the box and is very fast. Bonus is an on/off switch on the underside of the mouse which means you can leave the little nano receiver plugged into your PC USB port and merely switch the mouse off when you are finished with the computer.
Nothing much more to say other than I consider this a great buy and would highly recommend it.
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Initial post: 4 Feb 2011 12:16:38 GMT
if bought this mouse a few months ago very good fasr light but Iam not sure if its the batteries I use but it does go through a lot which can also be expensive, but its the best I have used.
In reply to an earlier post on 29 Mar 2011 15:55:51 BDT
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In reply to an earlier post on 28 Jun 2011 00:19:03 BDT
Yes, cheap batteries, eg. Zinc Chloride or some secondaries (rechargeables -1.2 volts) could cause this problem. With deference to the environment, stick with Alkaline. It's cheaper in the long run. But if you do want to use rechargeables, then GP ReCyko are the best on the market by the proverbial country mile. You can get them on Amazon; (no I DON'T work for Amazon), just trying to be helpful.
In reply to an earlier post on 28 Jun 2011 12:29:16 BDT
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Posted on 6 Oct 2011 21:10:57 BDT
Matthew D. Laity says:
There is no on/off switch on the underside of this mouse,,
In reply to an earlier post on 7 Oct 2011 01:32:42 BDT
Yes Sanyo developed the Eneloop, but both types are LSD, so in effect they are much of a muchness. In a head to head they'd come out about even. In general though, and by definition, all LSD NiMH secondaries should perform equally well. And their long shelf life, coupled with Low Self Discharge, make them more cost effective. Bottom line is; it's a matter of personal preference and I'd be equally happy with ReCyko or Eneloop.
In reply to an earlier post on 7 Oct 2011 11:24:08 BDT
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In reply to an earlier post on 7 Oct 2011 23:10:49 BDT
Hi! James. The only real difference I think it would make is if people switched off their mobile (say... overnight), then the better discharge rate would be effective. But I think most people, like me, leave their phones on 24/seven; in which case the phone will be draining the battery quicker than it can self discharge. I have an old Razr mobile as a spare which, although I don't use, is always switched on (in case a past aquaintance doesn't have my current number). A charge lasts an eternity longer than my Galaxy. Simply because, again like most people, I'm always on The Smarty playing some game; or I'm online; or checking email, etc. (because it's there)! So what's needed is a phone that will draw less power or current, or a battery that will hold more initial voltage; and that leads to catch 22. If you can achieve that, then why not cram more "goodies" into the phone - and sell more phones. (And use even more power)!!! Like all big business, it's a money driven industry. What might be a better idea in the future, is to have cheapish "quick change" batteries (Maybe about the size of an SD card). So a couple of battery changes during the day and into the multi-charger at night shouldn't be too taxing. Then, of course, LSD batteries WOULD be advantageous... ...and so we come full circle. What say you, James???
In reply to an earlier post on 8 Oct 2011 02:20:51 BDT
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In reply to an earlier post on 2 Mar 2013 07:02:03 GMT
Mr. Nicholas Wright says:
There is on mine...
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