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Advantagescheap (got with computer)

Disadvantagesthe ball can stick.

...Welcome to this review on my mouse. I got it free with my computer so I don't know how much it retails for on the market. It has basic functions such as 2 buttons and an added scroll feature. I love the scroll and hate using a mouse without it. -The box- I don't know if there is a retail box for this mouse but when I got it with my computer it was in a plain cardboard box inside the larger...

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AdvantagesTonnes of functions via the 8 buttons. High quality laser

DisadvantagesSoftware on CD is a bit over the top

...The Logitech MX 500 is the first optical mouse I have owned personally. Having used a couple of different brands at work, I was aware that the quality of these devices differed greatly between manufacturers. I paid £30 for this mouse when I bought it a couple of years ago so you should be able to pick them up for a lot cheaper now. --Whats in the box-- On opening the box, you will find...

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AdvantagesComfortable to use, great build quality.

DisadvantagesExpensive compared to some mice.

...While trying to work out what I fancied reviewing I was clicking away on different items with my mouse, a thought then struck I will write about my mouse. To give my mouse its full name it is a Microsoft Optical Wheel Mouse, 3 buttons, wired, PS/2, USB. Quite a long name but what it means is that it uses a LED rather than a roller ball underneath, that it has a wheel in the centre...

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