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The Mouse Bungee Returns To Keep Your Mouse In Check

Discussion in 'News' started by btarunr, Jul 13, 2011.

  1. [H]@RD5TUFF

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    I don't get 30 hours but well over 20 after 2 years of solid use.
     
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    If wireless gaming mice are good enough I think I will retire my wired MX518.
     
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    see i don't have one of these fancy mice but a Microsoft ergonomic mouse and i get 3 months before i have to drop it back on the charging cradle, and i don't see any of this lag you people are complaining about

    there's nothing wrong with wireless mice now, 99% of them work and they work well
     
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  4. [H]@RD5TUFF

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    I would agree 100%
     
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    Wireless mice have def improved but I still don't like them.

    Cable drag is still an issue so this is worthwhile. I presently duct tape mine to the underside of my desk to keep it raised.
     
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    I need one for my Salmosa because of how I have to have it, I cant drill a hole into the desk to fit it through because the wife would shit.
     

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