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The best thing to do would be to get an optical mouse that connects through a USB cable.

 

No batteries and they are easier to use by far.

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The best thing to do would be to get an optical mouse that connects through a USB cable.

 

No batteries and they are easier to use by far.

 

Cables are rubbish man. Dont listen to him Leazes ! :D

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The best thing to do would be to get an optical mouse that connects through a USB cable.

 

No batteries and they are easier to use by far.

 

Cables are rubbish man. Dont listen to him Leazes ! :D

 

I hate wireless keyboards and mouse (+ plural), they are annoying as hell and largely unnecessary.

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Or buy an expensive logitech mouse that is wireless and uses a charging station etcetc

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Better yet, use a Wii remote and LED pen to create a touch screen surface.

 

going give that a bash at the end of the month, got my wii the pther week :D

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Wireless mice are perhaps the most stupid extravagance you can buy for a PC. I mean why the fuck do you need it? Honestly??

 

There was an issue at work a couple of months back when someone was complaining their mouse cursor was moving of its own accord. Turned out 3 people in the same bay had the same wireless mouse and there was no facility to change the frequency on them. Plugged a standard wired mouse in and what do you know? No problems what so ever...

 

I'm led to believe that the same person raised the same fault again the next day... Jokers :D

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Wireless mice are perhaps the most stupid extravagance you can buy for a PC. I mean why the fuck do you need it? Honestly??

 

There was an issue at work a couple of months back when someone was complaining their mouse cursor was moving of its own accord. Turned out 3 people in the same bay had the same wireless mouse and there was no facility to change the frequency on them. Plugged a standard wired mouse in and what do you know? No problems what so ever...

 

I'm led to believe that the same person raised the same fault again the next day... Jokers :D

 

i got a wireless mouse a few years ago for a present. Its good but I'm sick of buying batteries for it. So I would like a GOOD wired optical mouse instead.

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Wireless mice are perhaps the most stupid extravagance you can buy for a PC. I mean why the fuck do you need it? Honestly??

 

There was an issue at work a couple of months back when someone was complaining their mouse cursor was moving of its own accord. Turned out 3 people in the same bay had the same wireless mouse and there was no facility to change the frequency on them. Plugged a standard wired mouse in and what do you know? No problems what so ever...

 

I'm led to believe that the same person raised the same fault again the next day... Jokers :D

 

i got a wireless mouse a few years ago for a present. Its good but I'm sick of buying batteries for it. So I would like a GOOD wired optical mouse instead.

 

Get one of the logitech mx ones for about £20'ish

Logitech £20'ish mouse

 

if you want to spring for a wireless one that doesn't take batteries i use one the same one JawD Linked

ya get a wee base unit/cradle that works as the receiver and the charger, just stick it in that to charge it when your not using it

full charge lasts donkies anyways

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Wireless mice are perhaps the most stupid extravagance you can buy for a PC. I mean why the fuck do you need it? Honestly??

 

There was an issue at work a couple of months back when someone was complaining their mouse cursor was moving of its own accord. Turned out 3 people in the same bay had the same wireless mouse and there was no facility to change the frequency on them. Plugged a standard wired mouse in and what do you know? No problems what so ever...

 

I'm led to believe that the same person raised the same fault again the next day... Jokers :D

 

i got a wireless mouse a few years ago for a present. Its good but I'm sick of buying batteries for it. So I would like a GOOD wired optical mouse instead.

 

You just need to find one you're comfortable with I guess.. there's no 'good' or 'bad' mice (providing they move around OK).

 

I think the one I have at work is Microsoft's Intellimouse Optical. I've got used to the 'back' and 'forward' buttons built onto the side of it. At home I've got Dell's equivalent which came bundled with my work laptop - also works a treat. :angry:

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whats a "wheel" mouse ?

A one with a wheel next to the buttons you click for scrolling up and down web pages, docs, etc.

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I thought they all had that ?

 

:huh:

Most do now. That's the only type of mouse I've heard referred to in that way though.

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I've got a Logitech mouse at work that's got this huge ball on it that you use to move it about instead of moving the mouse. It's great, and it means people can't fuck with my computer becuase it confuses the shit out of them and they can't use it properly.

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I've got a Logitech mouse at work that's got this huge ball on it that you use to move it about instead of moving the mouse. It's great, and it means people can't fuck with my computer becuase it confuses the shit out of them and they can't use it properly.

 

well, I was looking at some logitech ones because I had an old roller one year ago. There are some on amazon for around 10-12 quid plus postage. When I said "good" I just meant they scroll well and are fairly solid etc.

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