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Lenovo 520 Wireless Mouse (Blue Colour) $12.30 + Delivery (Free with Prime/ $39 Spend) @ Amazon AU

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Don't need one but cheapest according to 3x Camels.

Good deal if anyone needs a wireless mouse.

Seems to be ~$25 elsewhere.

Other colours available for a slightly higher price

The Lenovo 520 Wireless Mouse is your ideal companion: perfect for on the go or office use. A plug-and-play device, it provides cordless convenience with 2.4 GHz wireless technology via nano USB receiver. Receive all-day comfort and maximum ergonomics with this unique and contoured design and durable soft touch finish. The Lenovo 520 Wireless Mouse is simply the mouse-of-choice: easy-to-use, mobile and most importantly, reliable.

Features:
- Wireless via 2.4 GHz wireless technology via nano USB receiver
- Mid-size mouse with ambidextrous design
- Optical sensor with 1000 DPI resolution for smooth control
- Durable soft touch finish for all day comfort
- 1 AA battery with up to 12 months battery life (may vary based on usage)

Enjoy

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Comments

  • Thanks op, got 1!

  • Don't need one. Got one as well

  • Does Lenovo use the same receiver for all mouses and keyboards? I have a set but gave the mouse and receiver to my mum, left the keyboard unused

    • you might as well give the keyboard to your mom, most of these receiver are hard-coded and can't be paired again. Only some mouse can be paired with different dongle, namely Logitech Unifying Product, Logitech Lightspeed, Corsair Wireless gaming etc.. In short most of the expensive ones

  • We have these at work. The USB receiver is a pain in the backside. It chews a USB port for no reason - our laptops all have Bluetooth. The dongles get lost and there are no spares. Spend a bit more and get a Bluetooth mouse.

    I gave mine back and bought a Bluetooth mouse with my own money. Couldn't be happier - the convenience is worth the $ to me, and I have it labelled so you bet I'm taking it with me when I leave. Also, the tax payer paid some (as I deducted it last year)

    • +1 vote

      It chews a USB port for no reason - our laptops all have Bluetooth. The dongles get lost and there are no spares. Spend a bit more and get a Bluetooth mouse.

      Some people use this with desktops or all-in-ones. They may not have Bluetooth, and the dongles will never get lost as they just stay plugged in to a computer that doesn't move.

  • Now $34 but with free delivery non-prime

  • silver is $14.25

  • Just got mine delivered.

    It's not a bad basic wireless mouse, better sized and shaped than the Dell WM126

    I have small hands and I thought the WM126 was tiny

    This one has a nice shape