flycatcher1 10:02 10 Dec 06

My nearly 4 year old Microsoft Wireless mouse is getting jumpy and I am looking for a Wireless replacement any ideas ?

  Starfox 10:20 10 Dec 06

I use a Logitech laser mouse, good if you are into gaming, otherwise have a look at

click here

  Bernard2 10:39 10 Dec 06

I recently switched from an optical wireless mouse to a Logitech G7 laser wireless mouse. It is excellent and I would recommend you go for a laser model. Starfox's suggestion is a good one.

again a logitech revolution laser here more than happy

  spuds 11:56 10 Dec 06

I purchased a Packard Bell from PC World about 12 months ago. Lovely bit of kit, all for £9.99 at the time.

  freaky 13:16 10 Dec 06

Got two Logitech G5 laser mice......excellent and they are resistant to cats !

  Forum Editor 13:54 10 Dec 06

with Microsoft optical mice. My present one is a 'Comfort Optical mouse 3000' and it's fine.

Over the years I've tried lots of different mice, including wireless ones, but I've always returned to the Microsoft products.

  freaky 14:08 10 Dec 06

Agree with FE regarding Microsoft Mice...they are well made and reliable, but Logitech are more innovative with their designs and have a very comprehensive range.

I use to use optical mice, but find laser versions are more precise, and function better irrespective of the surface they are on.

  Kate B 17:59 10 Dec 06

I use a wired Apple Mighty Mouse - the shape fits my hand and I can't be bothered with batteries for wireless mice.

  Totally-braindead 18:35 10 Dec 06

I use a simple wired Microsoft Optical Mouse and am happy with that. I do hear good things about this mouse but I haven't tried it myself click here That particular one is wired as well but they do wireless equivalents.

I've used this one for the last 2 years and it's been absolutely great click here. It's one of the older models now so it's quite cheap in comparison to todays very similar models.

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