Leather Microsoft Wireless Intellimouse Explorer 2.0 $21 shipped

Beefy6969

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This deal is smokin!!
Leather Microsoft Wireless Intellimouse Explorer 2.0 Optical Mouse + Tilt
$21 Shipped. This is OEM.Sold everywhere else for over $35.



Product Description: The advanced ergonomic design of the Wireless IntelliMouse Explorer gives you easy comfort and the very latest look for your desktop. The Tilt Wheel lets you navigate quickly through documents, and optical technology gives you the most accurate tracking available.

Features:

- Designed by ergonomic experts for your comfort.
- Longer battery life ? many users average more than 6 months battery life
- 5 Programmable Buttons
- Wireless ? no mouse cord or recharging station!
- Microsoft Wireless IntelliMouse Explorer with Tilt Wheel Technology makes scrolling easier, smoother, and faster than ever.


http://www.softwareandstuff.com/ACC10817.html
 

freshspace

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Man, that's hot!!! Leather!!! If I didn't have 3 of these already (non-leather), I would be all over this.
 

soflawill

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I love the feel of leather and the smell of boots!!

er, or is it the other way around?


;)
 

BubbleSparkxx

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bah - my hands get too sweaty using a mouse - i can't imagine what how stinky that mouse would get after a few months :p
 

cix22

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This is a pretty good deal. I think one of the big guys (BB, CC, CUSA, Staples or OD) had it for $25 a couple months back. That's when I jumped on it. I think the mouse is great, I haven't had any problems with it.

Before I had a Logitech MX700 which lasted for about a year and then wouldn't charge and the mouse pointer would just shoot off into the corners of my screen. Finally I got fed up with it, bought this mouse, and couldn't be happier. The "leather" isn't really leather. I think it's vinyl or something and it says "leather feel" on the mouse box. But the mouse is light and responsive (I don't game though, so I don't know how it measures up there) and works well.
 

Chadder007

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Originally posted by: HomerSapien
Unless its bluetooth, its not smoking. Wireless mice are not that good.

Heck....are they even still coming up with new Bluetooth products? Is the transfer rate higher with Bluetooth than regular RF??
 

FleshLight

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How reliable is the retalier? They're not listed at RR. And don't all M$ mice come with a lifetime warranty?
 

Beefy6969

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I just got mine a few days ago. Very fast shipping!
Came in a OEM box, CD driver & Ps2-USB adapter.
Condition: New

 

statik213

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Funny, no recharging station is a feature.... wouldn't you want a wireless mouse with a recharging station?
Features:

- Designed by ergonomic experts for your comfort.
- Longer battery life ? many users average more than 6 months battery life
- 5 Programmable Buttons
- Wireless ? no mouse cord or recharging station!
- Microsoft Wireless IntelliMouse Explorer with Tilt Wheel Technology makes scrolling easier, smoother, and faster than ever.
 

trungthiendo

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it just uses regular battery, no charging so you just replace the batteries after its dead

pretty dope...i've used wireless mouse like the microsoft wireless blue and the mx700 not a problem unless you have 2 in the house and in close promiximity like the next room over...they like to "interact"
 

freshspace

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Didn't a lot of people complain that the recharging contacts on the base had problems? A lot of people stopped buying those. After reading about the problems, that sure turned me away. I have this mouse, the regular one, and it is great. It is quite responsive. I'm not much of a gamer, except I play on-line golf, and the responsiveness is almost good, if not better, than the microsoft optical wired (the basic white one).
 

SenorBiggles

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Leather mouse huh? I'm not done with my tootsie pop mouse though. I'm about halfway to the candy center.
 

DongTran

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Originally posted by: FleshLight
How reliable is the retalier? They're not listed at RR. And don't all M$ mice come with a lifetime warranty?

They are listed as Surplus Computers.

http://www.resellerratings.com...keyword_search=surplus

They do really good business IMO, as long as you don't buy the used stuff. I bought a Ducati 748 from one of the guys that started that place, pretty cool B&M store too with lots of BS to spend $$$ on.
 

Samus

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I've had a 'groovy' intellimouse explorer 2.0 for 4 months. still running on included crap batteries and i use it for 8 hours a day 5 days a week. its got good feel for a wireless mouse, just as good as my mx700.
 

gshock888

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ordered. their site is really crappy though. i had to email them to enter a different ship to address... nice deal thanx OP
 

uurda

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Originally posted by: FleshLight
How reliable is the retalier? They're not listed at RR. And don't all M$ mice come with a lifetime warranty?


I ordered a non-leather MS wireless mouse a couple weeks back. It arrived within days -- works great. No complaints.

I'm down for another mouse now -- the leather gets the sale for me, that and I need another mouse for the computer I'm building (my first!).

I'm a neophyte. Not afraid to admit it and proud of that fact!
 

Beefy6969

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This deal is so good I might buy another one.
Will two of the same mice conflict with each other sitting side by side? Can I use the same base for two?
 

uurda

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Originally posted by: Beefy6969
This deal is so good I might buy another one.
Will two of the same mice conflict with each other sitting side by side? Can I use the same base for two?

This doesn't exactly answer your question, but, you can use it USB and another mouse PS/2 simultaneously. Of course, you're not gonna get two cursors...