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Logitech G240 Mousepad $11, F710 Gamepad $33, K480 Keyboard $34, Z213 Speaker $19 +More @DS eBay

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Found a heap more deals Especially Some good ones on batteries & Logitech :)

eneloop Combi Pack AA/AAA 8Pk $18
Energizer CR2032 Lithium Button Cell Battery 4pk $4
Batteries From $0.85
Logitech G602 Wireless Gaming Mouse $43.70 SOLD OUT
Logitech Harmony 350 TV Remote Control $18.60 SOLD OUT
Cygnett DashView Universal Car Mount $5
Belkin Micro USB Charge & Sync Dock $11.95
Logitech Protection+Case for Samsung S5 - Black $15.40
Sony Cyber-Shot WX350 Digital Camera $201
Logitech G105 Gaming Keyboard $38.20
UNIDEN Twin Handset Bluetooth Cordless Phone $68.35
Logitech G240 Gaming Mouse Pad $11
Logitech F710 Wireless GamePad $33.41
Logitech G402 Hyperion Fury Ultra-Fast FPS Gaming Mouse $32.87 SOLD OUT
Logitech G130 Gaming Headset $27.70
LOGITECH Z213 Speakers $19.70
RC Drift Art GT-410 1:24 Radio Controlled Drift Car $12.60
Logitech AnyAngle Folio iPad Air 2 Blue/Red $27.95
Logitech Bluetooth Multi-Device Keyboard K480 $34.35
LOGITECH Wireless Trackball Mouse M570 $43
SHARP EL531XHBWH School Scientific Calculator $15
Logitech Extreme 3D Pro PC Joystick $26.10
2RCA Plug to 2RCA Plug 5m $2.20 OUT OF STOCK
Pebble Steel Smartwatch - Black Matte $175
ACER Aspire 15.6" E5-511-P3YF W8.1 4GB RAM, intel Pentium Notebook $370
HPM 4-Outlet Powerboard Twin Pack $4.15
Driveclub PS4 $35
TV'S - NEW MODELS
LG 40" FHD Smart TV 40LF6300 $679 RRP $1299
LG 55" FHD Smart 100Hz TV 55LF6300 $1499 RRP $2099
SAMSUNG 40" FHD TV UA40J5100 $652 RRP $999
PANASONIC 32" HD LED TV TH-32C400A $345 RRP $499
SAMSUNG 32" HD TV UA32J4100 $358 RRP $549

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    G402 mouse good price?

      • +2 votes

        Ahh yep solid price. My old mouse is starting to stuff up so I'm considering this mouse even though I don't game very much. Would I accidentally click the side buttons a lot on this mouse?

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          No. Logitech is known for ergonomics and design. The design is similar to the G502 Proteus Core and I never hit those side buttons without meaning to.

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          Even if you don't game it's still a good mouse.
          Also with the side buttons, you can change them do something useful like 'close', or just change change them to do nothing, incase if you do have accidental clicks.

        • +1 vote

          @tendollar:

          Yeah, I've really come to love the extra LMB buttons on the G502. Great mouse.

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          You can download software to customise the buttons which includes disabling them.

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      Yep

    • -1 vote

      Do yourself a favour and pay the extra $10 to get a G602 - still a high performance mouse with the added benefit of months of wireless usage per 2xAA charge.

      I play a lot of FPS and the G602 is miles better than my old Razer DeathAdder.

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        Wireless mice add input delay, and FPS requires extremely high reaction times. Don't see how you can think it's better.

        • +1 vote

          The G602 doesn't have any noticeable input delay.

        • +5 votes

          @tendollar:
          tips fedora and strokes neckbeard

          M'pro-gamer

        • +2 votes

          @tendollar:
          Placebo effect, for the most part. The wireless "input delay" is, generally speaking, lower than the response time of the input bus' inherent latency — ie: Your USB controller has an input sampling rate of 1000Hz at most, yet the sampling rate of any modern Logitech gaming transceiver is higher than that.

          More important than the wired/wireless issue is whether or not the mouse you're purchasing has a 'perfect sensor' — a sensor/processor that doesn't include any prediction a la angle-snapping, acceleration, jitter smoothing, etc — things that are fantastic in every-day office work but horrible for high sensitivity gamers.

          All of this makes the wireless conversation somewhat moot: The G602 is a flawed sensor, the G402 is not.

        • +1 vote

          @tendollar:
          1 Have you used the G602 for an extended amount of time to come to that conclusion? Or are you just repeating someone else opinion?

          2 Ok so only global elite on CS:Go or high ranking players are allow to comment? Are you happen to be in any of these categories?

          3 Don't listen to Ozbargainers because most of them aren't gamers and don't know much about competitive fps? You seem to know me pretty well based on the 1 sentence I posted. Also ain't you also an Ozbargainer? Why should OP listen to you then?

        • +1 vote

          let's just all read this and this

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          @CVonV:

          When your sources are 2 random guys saying "this is a fact" without providing any evidence then it doesn't help your argument.

          It's like quoting the bible to prove the validity of the bible.

        • +1 vote

          @PEEair:

          Name me one professional FPS player that uses a wireless mouse.

          The reason no high-level player uses it is because of the aforementioned input lag. Why use something that only stifles your ability to perform at your best? If you're the type of person who can't notice, then go ahead and use a wireless mouse - you were probably never going to be very good anyways :)

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          @c0balt: CVonV's links are a good start (if you read the entirety of them) but if you need this explained to you, you're way behind the curve and shouldn't be throwing around any sort of opinion on this topic.

          Your analogy is stupid. You're smarter than a cockroach. Would you bother explaining yourself to one?

          It's the same reason no one bothers correcting numpties who still bandy around debunked myths like SLI/CF = x2 performance over one GPU, LCDs are better than Plasmas, or the Seagate scare-mongering.

          Who has the energy anymore when all of these topics, including the wireless/wired/laser/optical debate, have been done to death in the past and yet tech-illiterates keep resurrecting them because of hearsay and wives' tales; at some point you're just content to let people run around blowing ridiculous amounts on gaming peripherals marketed with the kinda of folkloric, voodoo-based mythology that's fit for fortune telling infomercials.

          What I said here. There is so much smoke & mirrors in the gaming/enthusiast-oriented PC hardware market today.

        • +1 vote

          @DracZ:
          The reason they don't use them professionally is due to the possibility of getting wireless interference in such events.

          If you have any data that shows a 602 has more than 1 or 2ms of latency between the mouse and its receiver with a clean signal, I'll change my view. But I very much doubt that to be the case.

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          @DracZ:
          I guess since you can notice it then you must be very good then. So what game do you play and what's your ranking?

          Also how did you come to the conclusion that professional FPS players don't use wireless mouse because of input lag? Can you show me some recent evidence of this please.

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          @Amar89:

          My analogy is stupid? This comment coming from the guy who quotes his own posts as a source/fact. All the people who have your view are unable to back it up with real sources or facts so they just yammer on and circlejerk quoting each other posts. Tech-illiterate people keep resurrecting the argument? Statements such as this and the syntax of your posts makes you think you are appearing to others as a smart and measured person but the trust is your vindictive arguments and lack of evidence is plain to see for those who can cut the fat and get to the lean argument underneath.

          Every sensor gives an analogue output. It depends a lot more than just wireless or wired to the amount of lag, and wireless RF travels at the same speed as electrons through wires. Prone to more interference and unable to carry the same bandwidth, sure. But don't go suggesting there's an inherent and/or significant m/s delay to high end wireless mice that are not present in high end wired mice without a real source.

          So please, please find a source rather than tell other people they are stupid disagreeing with you. It will go a long way to giving your argument a shred of credibility.

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          @c0balt:

          There's "evidence" in the threads I linked if you actually bothered to read.

          And lol is that DracZ from Internode CS days? If so he would know what he's talking about :)

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          @CVonV:

          There was no evidence, absolutely 0. Which is why I made fun of you for quoting someone's opinions as fact.

          The fact is that wireless RF transmission happens at the same rate as electron flow through a conduit, i.e. both move at the speed of light.

          RF is more prone to interference and typically can't handle the throughput of a wired connection, sure. But there is no inherent and/or significant delay in wireless mice vs wireless.

          Please find a single source saying otherwise (a real source, and not an opinion please).

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          @c0balt:

          Lol I don't even care about "input lag" or lack there of anyway

          I used to care back in cs days but not anymore

          Merely provided links for those that wanted more info and too lazy to Google

          It really makes no difference to me

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          @CVonV:

          Of course you care. You wouldn't have replied if you didn't.

          I can think of 1 person too lazy to google, it's the guy who decided to change their tune to saying they don't care after being asked for a real piece of evidence.

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          @c0balt:

          lol who are you to tell me that i care? seriously i just found that after googling "g602 vs g700s" even after i had already bought the g602 twice.. was interested about optical vs laser and the different sensors

          i'm not taking anyone's side.. tbh, i never noticed any input lag with my MX 700/MX 1100/MX Revolution when I used to play cs.. i actually used to prefer ball mice before the first gen optical mice cos i couldn't do 180 jump turns with them.. now i only play l4d2 and kf/kf2.. so it really makes no difference to me.. so yeah you can say i'm a noob for all i care

          the only reason why i linked them is for others to have a read too

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          @CVonV:
          I don't see it. Can you please tell me where will I find this "evidence" that prove current wireless mouse have noticeable input lag?

        • +1 vote

          @PEEair:

          nfi. dude i don't notice it either personally.. i +'d your first comment above

          apparently there's some "evidence" in those threads.. or not..

          like i said.. doesn't matter to me at all

        • +1 vote

          @CVonV:
          Fair enough. I just assumed since you posted the link that you found some evidence.

        • +1 vote

          @PEEair: As far as I see, it just says "wired responds faster than the wireless". It was a good read though, though bear in mind that the post is 4 years old (don't know when the last edit was but it was posted on 2011).

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          @AznMitch:
          Mouse wars!!

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          @PainToad: I miss the olden days (when I was in primary school at least) when the mouse war literally involved throwing those balls at each other (those things hurt though).

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          @AznMitch:

          It doesn't say that. In those threads are just peoples opinions that wireless responds faster than wireless without a single piece of evidence, and other peoples opinions that wireless is just as fast as wired.

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          @c0balt: I see the result falling into three categories (well 5 if I account the unlikely scenario where wireless is better than wired). Either wireless and wired are no different from each other in terms of response time, or wireless is slower in response time. If the wireless is slower in response time, then we have to worry about whether it makes a significant difference or not (it could be slower but it is possible for it to respond fast enough for the person to not notice).

          Meh, I like RPG. Which mouse respond faster is none of my concern. My days of Starcraft and LoL are over as far as I am concerned.

          EDIT: Ah yeah, I should've said it clearly. The OP doesn't give any evidences when he says wired reponds faster, he just states it like a fact without supports. That's what I meant it by it just says that.

        • -2 votes

          @PEEair:
          They don't you scrub

        • +2 votes

          @PEEair:

          I think you're missing the real point - these guys enter tournaments with a 6 figure prize pool on a regular basis and for many of them this is their full time job. As a professional and with so much on the line, do you really think they would forgo any advantage they could possibly have? Yet we see them consistently using wired mice even with cumbersome cables and using mouse-bungees to circumvent that issue because it is more responsive. It's not 60hz vs 120hz obvious, but it IS noticeable.

          It's just like any sport, if you can't even hit the ball consistently as a golf player, what shaft you're using and it's flex characteristics pertaining to ball-flight would be the furtherest thing from your mind. Same thing for gaming.

          As far as my conclusion goes -what other reason could there be? What other reason could you find even remotely plausible considering the similarities in sensors etc (in some rare cases). Look at professional gamers across the board - MOBA / FPS whatever, not a single person uses wireless mice.

          You seem to be so transfixed by data but you ignore really obvious trends in said data. As I said before, if it doesn't bother you - not a problem. Everyone lives on quite happily. However if you're looking for performance with no compromises? Wired is the way to go.

          Since you asked, I've been involved in CS since beta 3, since then I've played for several sponsored clans (beta 5-> 1.6), and was one of the CS admins for Internode from 2003-2005. Currently my rank on CSGO is SMFC, I'm now 29 and work full time so unfortunately I can't dedicate the same amount of time for practice etc but I get by :)

        • +1 vote

          @CVonV:

          One and the same :D Greetings

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          @DracZ:

          lol hai! it's SiRo, the annoying radio spammer ^_^

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          @DracZ:
          Can't we all agree that it's a video game created to have fun with. If someone likes wires, great, if not, great. Who really cares.

  • +3 votes

    Joystick's also worth looking at. http://www.ebay.com.au/itm/261720004807

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      thought I put that in, thanks :)

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        Bought the joystick and with cashrewards 2% cashback on eBay purchases it should workout to $25.61.

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    just an FYI, there's a pile of Driveclubs at every EB i've ever gone to for under $20 and every other bundled PS4 game

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      I'd personally go for the hp pavilion which has the intel i3 processor

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        Does the fact it shows a slower speed mean anything? So the Hp shows 1.9Ghz, the Acer shows up to 2.66Ghz, I don't know much about computers :)

        • +1 vote

          Acer is 2.16 GHz with turbo of 2.66 GHz, but over all the I3 in the HP is still better by a bit, also has a lot better graphics.

          And if the AMD CPU's in the laptops are anything like the ones in the desktops then they are going to get hot! not what you want in a laptop

          so long answer short go for the HP with the I3 :)

        • +1 vote

          Clocks aren't that important. i3 should be the fastest. The other 2 are "netbook/really cut down" CPUs where as the i3 is still a "proper" laptop CPU.

        • +1 vote

          Nope. Two different CPU designs. One CPU is designed for a phone or tablet then sped up. Many features are removed to save power and space.

          The i3 is designed for a full PC then slowed down. It is full of features and large, which means it is around 30% to 100% faster, depending on what you are doing.

          That said, you would rarely notice the difference.

          The HP Pavilion looks like the nicer laptop over all. If you like supporting underdogs, save $5 and buy the AMD. If you want a CPU that's 5% to 20% faster (even though you'll rarely use it) spend $5 more and go the Intel.

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          @This Guy: what about A6 vs I3?

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          @maxall:

          This i3 is about 5-20% faster than this A6 for many tasks. This is one of Intel's slowest i3's. Many i3's are ~2x faster.

          The GPU on this i3 is faster, but both will only play most games on very low settings.

          They still both have HDD's not SSD's so they will both feel slow and laggy in a couple of years time.

        • +1 vote

          @This Guy: Thanks for the feedback guys, prb gonna get the i3 HP :)

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      also consider the

      ACER Aspire 15.6" E5-521-45BU W8 Notebook as it has $49 cashback atm, brings it down to $382.89 - $49 = $333.89 C&C

      bear in mind it is a shitty AMD Quad Core A4M-6210 APU

  •  

    Logitech H390 is ~$26 with code. Solid headset - I've been using one for over five years, and it's going strong (if a bit frayed now… I'll probably pick up a replacement).

    JB Hi-Fi also has it for $29. Next cheapest is $34 at MSY. Was about to buy the JB one (and make a post), but decided to check DSE just in case - thanks!

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    Thanks, needed a mouse pad so grabbed the logitech g240

  • +1 vote

    i have the mouse

    can confirm is good

  •  

    Interested in the Cygnett DashView Universal Car Mount. Does it fit all size phones including note 4, iPhone 6, 6 plus, LG G3 and the like?

    Anyone know if it's better the cheap China ones on eBay?

  • +1 vote

    Damn good deal for the G602!

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    I bought the F710 wireless controller and the G230 headset (it looked like a better deal than the G130 headset that you've linked)

  • +4 votes

    Toshiba 2TB $108.82 C&C is okay-ish

    good deals on canon cameras too:

    Canon G7X $625.24 C&C or $14.95 delivery ($549 delivered from DWI grey import, cheapest oz stock is TGG @ $698)
    Canon 700D SLK $600.60 C&C or $9.95 delivery (around the same price for grey imports)
    Canon 700D TLK $810.51 C&C or $9.95 delivery ($714.02 delivered from T-Dimension grey import)
    Canon 70D SLK $1071.31 C&C or 9.95 delivery ($1068.86 deliverd from T-Dimension grey import)

    the code works on delivered products too btw

  • -1 vote

    the mouse looks like its broken

  •  

    G710+ for $105 pick up! Nice one

  • +1 vote

    any of these mouses recommended for gaming (namely FPS)?

    • +1 vote

      The G402 is highly rated, as it has an extremely good sensor, and will perform true up to about 2,000 DPI. (Most mice start enabling prediction and jitter control at higher DPIs, the G402 does not.)

      Just make sure it fits your hand and is comfortable, since that's probably just as important than anything else.

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        Thanks! Will have a closer look

    • -4 votes

      That's a bit like asking, are any of these Lamborghinis fast?

      They're gaming mice. So yes, they're good for gaming.

      •  

        Firstly, it's mouses, not mice (a computer mouse takes the mouses form of plural rather than mices)

        And thanks for the sarcasm, why not be constructive like my little grammar lesson?

  • +8 votes

    Some other Logitech crap not already in OP:

    Logitech G300 Gaming Mouse $22.90 (~$30 staticice)
    Logitech M905 Anywhere Darkfield Mouse $43.61 ($57 @ MSY)
    Logitech G700s Rechargeable Wireless Gaming Mouse $64.55 ($75 delivered @ Logitechshop)
    Logitech M950t Rechargeable Wireless Performance Mouse $65.57 ($77 @ OW)

    Logitech G510s Gaming Keyboard $78.74 ($99 @ MSY)
    Logetch G710+ Mechanical Gaming Keyboard $105.98 ($129 @ MSY)

    Logitech G230 Gaming Headset $39.31 ($49 @ MSY)
    Logitech H800 Foldable Bluetooth Headset $69.75 ($88 @ ARC)
    Logitech H540 USB Headset $39.40 ($47 @ MSY)

    Logitech Z623 2.1 Speakers $106.63 ($129 @ Bing Lee, $137 @ OW)
    Logitech Z323 2.1 Speakers $39.59 ($55 @ ARC/Fluidtek)

  •  

    Thanks OP k480 Bluetooth keyboard been eyeing for one.
    Funny enough selling for $80 at dicksmith store. And they had a returned one from a customer they quoted me for $68. No thanks. ☺

    I'll take a brand new one for $35. ☺

  • +1 vote

    Noticed that no one mentioned the Logitech MK345 Wireless Keyboard and Mouse for $28.19.

    Staticice has it at ~$42 and Dicksmith's online store has it at $84.98(?).

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    Been waiting for the M570 trackball to come on sale again.

    Cheers OP.

  •  

    Alright Ozbarginers

    I am in need of eneloops I'm gonna bite the bullet… I mainly need them for my apple wireless keyboard and Bose QC15s.

    Anyway would http://www.ebay.com.au/itm/eneloop-Family-Battery-Pack-/2618... be a better option for my needs? I need a charger as well…

    Or can I use any charger?

    • +1 vote

      You have to add delivery cost I think to the family pack as it can't be picked up

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        Yeah I saw that…

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    G402 and G602 mice are goneskies

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    Anyone recommend the Logitech Z213 speakers?

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    How is the Logitech drive+ mount?

  • +5 votes

    Dear fellow ozbargainers,

    I just want to name and shame this "Broden" who bought out two lots of 25 of the "Logitech G602 Wireless Gaming Mouse".

    http://offer.ebay.com.au/ws/eBayISAPI.dll?ViewBidsLogin&item...

    I myself was one of the people who missed out this deal because of that.

    Just so that Broden know I have since found out what his real store name is on ebay! Will keep you guys updated

    •  

      Lol how did you stalk the real username?

      • +1 vote

        No CVonV, I looked at the number of ebay transactions that go with the ebay username and found one seller that happened to have similar number of transactions and selling the same product on ebay.

        • +2 votes

          ooooh it's wireless1… wow! very interesting….

          50 mice bought @ $43.55 each (not even factoring 2% cashrewards) and selling for $62 for $922.30 profit (less ebay fees and what not)

          i guess we know where broden works now

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          Well done CVonV,

          Good to know someone else also found the same conclusion