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Lenovo Wired USB Mouse $5.87 (Free ship)

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[eBay.ca] Lenovo Wired USB Mouse $5.87 (Free ship)

This is one of the best wired mouse you can find.

1) Add to cart
2) Apply coupon - PICKLENOVO15

See the price change to $5.87 free shipping.

3) Enjoy!
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Dec 14, 2013
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Microsoft and Lenovo mice are the best IMO.
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Aug 13, 2019
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Had this mouse for work and swapped it for a MX master, this mouse is junk imo
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Lenovo E75 - CRT monitor - 17" Series Specs

1) Add to cart
2) Apply coupon - PICKLENOVO15

See the price change to $99 shipping.
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Redscott wrote: Lenovo E75 - CRT monitor - 17" Series Specs

1) Add to cart
2) Apply coupon - PICKLENOVO15

See the price change to $99 shipping.
CRT :D
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May 30, 2015
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Redscott wrote: Lenovo E75 - CRT monitor - 17" Series Specs

1) Add to cart
2) Apply coupon - PICKLENOVO15

See the price change to $99 shipping.
Where’s the link?
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FriendlyUnit wrote: Where’s the link?
tug on your Lenovo wired mouse hard. Link will appear.
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Woo hoo 90 cents off with coupon!
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Redscott wrote: tug on your Lenovo wired mouse hard. Link will appear.
I did only to see your picture appear sitting by a CRT monitor trying to insert a 5 inch floppy .
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Redcontrollers wrote: Had this mouse for work and swapped it for a MX master, this mouse is junk imo
Do you think it's junk in general, or do you mean that more in comparison to an MX master? I'm wondering since those 2 mice are so far apart in price.

I have a use for multiple cheap wired mice, in the past I've used I think around $3 Princess Auto mice. I don't know if this Lenovo mouse sucks or not, but it does have pretty good reviews:
https://www.ebay.ca/urw/Lenovo-300-GX30 ... 3390703731
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Aug 13, 2019
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hystavito wrote: Do you think it's junk in general, or do you mean that more in comparison to an MX master? I'm wondering since those 2 mice are so far apart in price.

I have a use for multiple cheap wired mice, in the past I've used I think around $3 Princess Auto mice. I don't know if this Lenovo mouse sucks or not, but it does have pretty good reviews:
https://www.ebay.ca/urw/Lenovo-300-GX30 ... 3390703731
The Lenovo mouse just sucks in general. It feels exactly like a $5 mouse. Spend $20 and you’ll get a mouse with more comfort and features
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Oct 1, 2020
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Code isn't working for me. Gives an error that 'This code can't be applied to your order.' Final price is $5.99 and $0.78 tax which totals to $6.77.
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I don’t know if this mouse is good, but by the look I feel it’s better than the one my company sent me to WFH See-no-evil Monkey
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Dec 26, 2012
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I'm almost afraid to ask if this mouse is Y2K compliant...
It looks like it came free with a copy of Windows 95
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Seems alright, I've seen this mouse at work and used it, can't remember how it felt. Can't possibly be worse than the staples branded basic optical mouse (tiny, absolute dollar store grade - but has a blue LED for tracking!)

My current preferred standard issue work mouse is the Dell MS116 bar of soap mouse. Feels good in hand, has a decent pixart sensor, nice click and perfect scrolling action. I just wish it had forward/back buttons and maybe a DPI selector, we have some Kensington Pro Fit mice that have those, but they are small and uncomfortable in hand.

I seem to have accumulated quite a few of them, people tend to toss them because the scroll wheel gets creaky or the buttons start double clicking. I rescued a few from their journey to the landfill, easy fix.
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I can't imagine using any mouse without a back/forward button.

Unless this is a travel mouse that you infrequently use, spend the extra money on a tried and true mouse with at least a back/forward button.
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Feb 25, 2013
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CPA exams (back when it was in person) required a wired mouse.
Cheap mouse to just throw in the bag as a backup.

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