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# 138295 29-Dec-2013 01:56
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I'm notorious for complaining about my constant device disappointments, but just picked up a Logitech T630 (Windows) after trying a friends T631 (Mac) and I'm pleased to say it's a good device at a good price. I've not seen them in NZ yet, but if you're in the market for a very small mouse for netbook/ultrabook arena this is for you.

particularly like the switchable Bluetooth allowing selection between two paired devices.

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  # 958526 29-Dec-2013 09:18
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Where did you get it from and how much ? I gave up waiting for it to get to NZ and got a Magic Mouse for my Mac Book Air.



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  # 958546 29-Dec-2013 10:45
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Big W, Melbourne, AUD 61.80.

 
 
 
 




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  # 959707 31-Dec-2013 19:37
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slliwgd: Where did you get it from and how much ? I gave up waiting for it to get to NZ and got a Magic Mouse for my Mac Book Air.


Where are you based, I maybe able to grab you one while I'm over here (if I can find another one)?



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  # 959709 31-Dec-2013 19:42
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ps. we tried a T631 on Windows and a T630 on a Mac and they worked fine, there maybe additional features that are not available under Win 8 (tested on Win 7), but the gesture software under the Mac worked with the Windows (black, T630), so from what I can determine it comes down to asthetic preference.

Edit: Tested T631 (Mac version) on Win8 and all features that I'm aware of (including scroll left/right) work.

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