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Logitech M510 Wireless Mouse $48 + Delivery (Free Pick up) @ Harvey Norman


First time poster :)

Not as good as old post https://www.ozbargain.com.au/node/523389 but reasonable price if anyone is after this one as it is compatible with keyboard combo (posibally MK520/MK545).

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  • Isn't this mouse a bit outdated? Imo g304 is much better for any purpose

    • I got the m510 and don't like it. I have small hands and this being a big mouse feels small and weird to hold.

      Got the wired g302 and love it.

    • No deal. I bought this mouse for $15 some time last year.
      Very good value at $15 and mine is still going strong with no damage whatsoever and I use it quite unforgivingly.

  • https://www.ozbargain.com.au/node/523389 $15 a year ago. Why would you pay 3x the price a year later?

  • Grabbed 5x at $15 (3 for brothers). Decent mouse at that price but wouldn't pay $45.

    • Same grabbed a couple on the $15 sale, one the rubber around the scroll wheel has gone bad already. They are quite good at $15, at $48 not so good.

  • $48 for a for a 2010 model / 11 year old mouse. Thought they would have sold out when they were clearing them out for $15 in March 2020. Although still a good mouse for $15. For $48 there are better ones.

    I found this mouse, like many other people has problem when plugged into the onboard front or rear USB ports on computers. Where they randomly start jumping all over the place. To fix people have resorted to using a USB extension cable or monitor USB ports to place the USB receiver further away from the PC.

  • What's the difference between this and a G304?

  • mx master or gtfo

  • I bought 10 of these from Amazon years ago because I liked them. Missed out on the $15 deal last year.

    $48 is not a bargain. Typical HN gouging the market.

    $48 would have been the value 10 years ago!

    I've never had any issues, other than the rubbery hand grips on the side wearing down after lots of use.

    Still have a few un-opened in the cupboard. Nice to see they still work on Win10, although it did take a bit of hunting for the software.