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Bargain Razer Mouse

Discussion in 'General Hardware' started by trojan698, 19 Jun 2006.

  1. trojan698

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  2. nikebee

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    Price: £55.00 (£64.63 Including VAT at 17.5%) :eek:
     
  3. Tesla

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    I honestly believe this to be marketing hype/rubbish.
     
  4. calnen

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    Are we looking at the same page? Thats not what I'd call a bargain
     
  5. nikebee

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    you need your sarcasm drive updated surely? :p
     
  6. basmic

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    Who's betting that some plonker will pay £55 for it - well £64.63 + (P&P + VAT) = :eek:

    I begrudged paying £30 for my Logitech MX510. :o
     
  7. Raymond Lin

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    I paid £50 for my MX1000, worth it IMO. Best mouse i ever had.
     
  8. PC-M Vip3r

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    I would stick kick ass on COD2 and BF2 with my £8 keyboard and mouse set XD
     
  9. Raikiri

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    A 5500 can run cod 2? :confused: :p
     
  10. PC-M Vip3r

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    Yes with ease! got it set on high Graphics as well
     
  11. Foehammer2003

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    heh... that is a mistake yeah? razer dont even have the 'viper' on their site, and even the new krait is cheaper than that!
     
  12. Conman

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    Surely it is some kind of mistake. Anyone notify the shop?
     
  13. locutus12

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    i hope to god it is a shop **** up, i pitty the poor fool who buys it at that price.
     
  14. ob1

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    I paid 40 for my mx500 but since Ive used it every day since and its never failed and its been about 5x better then my previous mouse I cant complain really.
    +12 quid for a rigid mouse mat!! :o
     
  15. BloodWolf

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    I paid £8 for my LogiTech Optical .. lol I need to buy a new gaming one :( I was thinking of Razor or what G7 cordless one?

    edit, lol first mouse is exact what I got and I paid £1 more! :/
     
  16. locutus12

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    £4.50 for my nyko Airflow mouse :) (second hand from MM) its got an opticle 850 DPI system and a fan inside it that blows air through pores on the surfact of the mouse, this stops your hand getting sweaty when playing games :D
     
  17. Lewcifer

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    £30 for my Razer Diamondback. The Razer Copperhead I want is still ~£50 though, so I'm waiting for that to drop before I get one.
     
  18. Gaspode

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    rare/collectors item?? :p
     
  19. benjo

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    I have the Viper! :D

    But i bought it last year for £30 from overclockers, that was when it was new :confused:

    Still a good mouse eitherway. Buy! :D
     
  20. basmic

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    Maybe it's just me being used to good Microsoft quality mice, but this mouse doesn't feel as though it's worth £30 - maybe £15.

    Next time I get another mouse, I'll almost certainly be going back to Microsoft.