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jmke 10th February 2003 22:55

Mouse Bungee Review
 
the solution: MX700

:^D

TeuS 10th February 2003 22:58

nah, I've got a logitech cordless desktop
keyb is okay, but the mouse is too heavy so you'll react much slower. also, you often need to change batteries :/

jmke 10th February 2003 23:04

you have neither touched, nor read ANYthing about the MX700 from logitech

your comment only suggests this...

cause the mouse is NOT heavy and uses rechargable batteries + a mouse docking station

n/o Teus, but read up on things before you go stating things where you obviously don't know anything about.. for now.. so start reading up!

http://www.madshrimps.be/forums/show...&threadid=1392

B|oweFish 10th February 2003 23:07

ny stores in belgium were they sell this? (prolly not)
cauze

Quote:

UT 2003 and all of a sudden lose because your mouse cord got caught under your keyboard
been there :/

jmke 10th February 2003 23:12

if you can find a supplier we could organise something like a "groupsale" :)

B|oweFish 10th February 2003 23:24

you can order one @ their site for 20$ inc. port
But i don't think my dad would give his visa number to a site to pay for the Bungee :/


/edit
https://www.mousebungee.com/order/orderut.cfm

B|oweFish 10th February 2003 23:57

They sell it @ wallabie

Mouse Bungee Crystal Pro ( bungee + glass mouse pad ) Black (blue) 28,00
Mouse Bungee Graphite 19,00

here

DJ-EviL 11th February 2003 00:57

Quote:

Originally posted by B|oweFish
They sell it @ wallabie

Mouse Bungee Crystal Pro ( bungee + glass mouse pad ) Black (blue) 28,00
Mouse Bungee Graphite 19,00

here

you really gonna buy such a piece of crap ? :p
just save your money for optical/wireless mouse

TeuS 11th February 2003 12:40

Quote:

Originally posted by jmke
you have neither touched, nor read ANYthing about the MX700 from logitech

your comment only suggests this...

cause the mouse is NOT heavy and uses rechargable batteries + a mouse docking station

n/o Teus, but read up on things before you go stating things where you obviously don't know anything about.. for now.. so start reading up!

http://www.madshrimps.be/forums/show...&threadid=1392

check, haven't touched an MX 700 yet
but I was talking about MINE, not that MX 700
and btw
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and provides the two AA 1700 mAh rechargabe Batteries
my optical, cordless mouse of logitech also uses 2 of those batteries. it doesn't weight very much more then my MX 500, but for mee it's just too much weight to play games ;)

jmke 11th February 2003 12:42

yep, it's called mussle, not everybody has them it seems :p

http://www.lanaddict.com/review.php?ID=58


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