Microsoft Wireless Notebook Mouse


[imgleft][/imgleft] Microsoft Wireless Notebook Mouse - Sunday, January 15, 2006
Item qty: 825, Last Order: 12:13 AM CST, Wooter to blame: twinkdog
Order Pace: 0m 1.017s, Woot Wage: $35,383.39/hour.


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What an interesting Woot. Highly Wootable if Wootable be a adjective. Good Night Wooters!


great woot!


too small…


I do hate the touchpad, but what does “Recertified” mean?


so is recertified just as great as refurbished?


can my refurbished cat eat it


I do hate the touchpad, but what does “Recertified” mean?


microsoft wireless mouse $9.99 + $5 shipping


Good Woot, What a about Battery Life?


awsome woot!!!


kinda sucks it isn’t a better one

but it is still a better one for the great price on it


umm u just sold me one with a keyboard … damn u
and that was for a regular comp


Recertified? Refurbished by another name. No Thanks.


Recertified? That’s a new one to me.
Microsoft Mice kick ass. I have the Wireless Intellimouse Explorer 2.0. I’ve had it well over 18 months and only have had to change the batteries 3 times. 2 AAs. It is seriously the best mouse I’ve ever had. I can only imagine this is on par for battery life.



aka used

not a bad price though


'twould be blasphemous to sully the white lines of my Apple iBook with a black mouse – made by Microsoft, no less!

And so we wait to woot another day.


22.71 before shipping…

half price, go go gadget woot!



Or, if you want to avoid having a USB adapter sticking out of the back of your machine, you could get a wee bluetooth card (mine for my dell was $25 on ebay) and use the Microsoft Optical Desktop Elite for Bluetooth. The mouse on this thing is a beauty! (Love the keyboard too):

Or course, it costs an order of magnitude more than this… :slight_smile: