Microsoft Wireless Mobile Mouse 3000 For $12 + 1-cent Shipping, More

Posted: Apr 20 2010, 7:00pm CDT | by , Updated: Aug 10 2010, 11:54am CDT, in Shopping | Shopping Tips


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Today only, Pennywise offers the OEM Microsoft Wireless Mobile Mouse 3000 in Red (pictured), model no. 6BA-00024, for $11.99 plus one cent for shipping. That's the lowest total price we've seen for this mouse in this color by $7. This 4-button mouse hides a tiny snap-in USB receiver that plugs into your laptop.

Of note, MidnightBox has the refurbished Microsoft Wireless Mobile Mouse 4000 in Berry Pink, model no. D5D-00019, for $12.95. With $3.99 for shipping, that's $12 under the lowest total price we could find for a new, factory-sealed unit. This 2.4GHz wireless mouse features a 4-way scroll wheel. A 30-day warranty applies, although it's not clear who backs it.
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