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Logitech M330 Wireless Mouse Silent Mouse US$4.49 + US$7.73 Shipping (~A$15.70) @ Baolu 3C Direct Store Aliexpress


Great price.. Delivery before 10th July or full refund. Priced over $40 at most local websites.

Color: black, white, blue
Working type: optical
Optical resolution: 1000dpi
Number of buttons: 3
Connection mode: wireless
Mouse interface: USB
Receiving range: 10m
Number of keys: 3
Key: Mute
Battery type: 1 AA battery (not included)
Maximum resolution: 1000dpi
Transmission frequency: 2.4GHz
Support: for windows10 / 8 / 7, for, for Chrome OS, Linux
Package size: 105mm70mm40mm/4.132.751.57''

Please allow 1-3mm differs due to manual measurement.
Due to the different display and different light, the picture may not show the actual color of the item. Thanks for your understanding.


1 X Mouse

1 X USB Receiver

Mod Note: Beware that this item may not be genuine. Please read comments below and reviews on Aliexpress deal page.

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closed Comments

  • the postage is close to double the price of the item

  • Thanks Op. Got 1. End up AU $13.44.

  • +8

    Few reviews mention fake/copy

    • +9

      It will be at this price.

  • +4

    You can actually tell just from the pictures its a cheap shitty knock off. Look at the plastic around the scroll wheel and how off centre it is.
    Definitely not worth the hassle of trying to return it.

  • +2

    No doubt, fake Chinese product + fake 5 star reviews

  • +5

    Given that its counterfeit, I wouldnt be surprised if plugging the usb dongle passes on something malicious to your computer

    • Is this something I need to be concerned about? I bought one but I wont use it if that is likely

      • Its definitely possible, but probably unlikely.

        You can have very lightweight keylogging software on USB dongles/keyboard software/custom software, but it will need to find a way to upload or transmit those logs, which will mean a detectable transmission at some point (or a new background process using network resources).

        Most likely its just a company abusing stolen/copied/borrowed tooling to make a quick buck.

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