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Description The slim HP Wireless Desktop C6400 adds to the style of your HP Slate21 with its matching color mouse and keyboard, and brings extra convenience with a key layout specifically optimized for Android. more

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Description With the DW 5000, CHERRY expands its range with a reasonably-priced wireless desktop set with 2.4 GHz technology. Users can benefit from interference-free operation with cordless freedom of movement. ... more

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Description SlimStar i8150 is a stylish keyboard combo in a simple design that brings simplicity and elegance to your lifestyle. The anti-interference function offers reliable 2.4 GHz transmission and longer oper... more

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Super

“The slim mouse”

published 18/03/2016

Advantagesstylish

Disadvantagestakes a bit of getting used to...

...I have most definitely upped my mouse game in the last six months, finding a gaming mouse quite comfortable to work with but I kept seeing the slimline Punkman style coming in to my suggestions and was intrigued to try this wireless mouse. The mouse arrived in a white box very nicely contained and a quick investigation sent me scuttling to the shops to buy some triple A batteries (you need two...

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Excellent

AdvantagesGood value, works well and responsive

DisadvantagesNone

...Great value wireless mouse The trackpad on my laptop is ok but I much prefer using a mouse. I have a wired one but I saw this when browsing on Amazon and decided to treat myself to it as I thought it would be easier having something that was wireless rather than something that needed to be plugged in with wires because wires always end up getting in the way. The mouse is made by Logitech...

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Excellent

AdvantagesNo more wires.

DisadvantagesEats the batteries.

...I got my wireless mouse last year as a christmas gift, It came complete with mouse, receiver, batteries and C.D. software. Installing the software is simple and takes just a matter of minutes, the C.D. guides you step by step and is so easy you cant go wrong. Set up was very easy....the reciever has a 1 metre cable which plugs into the USB port, the reciever itself is slightly smaller...

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