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Suvil I-T Click, Click review

€9 (about £6) inc VAT

Manufacturer: Suvil

Our Rating: We rate this 3.5 out of 5

Within a few minutes of using the Suvil I-T Click, Click, we had nary a second thought for our original laptop mouse, left discarded in the corner.

Within a few minutes of using the Suvil I-T Click, Click, we had nary a second thought for our original laptop mouse, left discarded in the corner.

Controlled with the index finger and thumb, Suvil claims the carefully designed curvature and the position of the Suvil I-T Click, Click's mouse buttons which sees the left key on top of the mouse and the right key on the lefthand side, offer easy grip and allows both fingers to move naturally preventing 'user hand fatigue' (aching hands to you and me).

The Suvil I-T Click, Click features a 72cm lead making it suitable for use with laptops rather than desktops. It's available in three colours; black with an orange accent, grey with a pale grey accent and white with a dark grey accent.

Measuring just 85x28x15mm and weighing just 35g, its no doubt that the Suvil I-T Click, Click is certainly one of the smallest products on the market and was easy to connect and simple to use – there's nothing too taking when it comes to using a mouse after all.

However, we did find the Suvil I-T Click, Click's unusual shape took some getting used to. It felt very alien for the first 20 minutes or so.

We also found the wheel slightly difficult to use. It's mounted on the righthand side of the Suvil I-T Click, Click, a very different position to the mouse we normally use. It's also slightly stiff, so the screen didn't scroll down as fast as we'd have liked.

Half an hour later, with the initial problems out of the way, we were deftly clicking and scrolling away using the Suvil I-T Click, Click, without a second thought for our original mouse, left discarded in the corner.

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Suvil I-T Click, Click Expert Verdict »

Streamlined curved optical mouse
USB connection
72cm lead
85x28x15mm
35g
  • Build Quality: We give this item 8 of 10 for build quality
  • Features: We give this item 6 of 10 for features
  • Value for Money: We give this item 8 of 10 for value for money
  • Overall: We give this item 7 of 10 overall

The Suvil I-T Click, Click is easy to use and, because it's smaller than most products on the market, it's ideal for laptop users on the move. We've never been one to suffer 'hand fatigue', but priced at just €9.95 (£6.50) it's certainly a good buy if you are worried about such problems.

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