Originally Posted by nkotch
Let us know what you think of those two bluetooth mice.....
i like them both, but the iogear is a bit too narrow for my hands since i'm on the computer all day, so it is not for all day use...when i have some time, i'm going to modify it to give it a padded wing to make it wider
the anycom mouse is really nice...i'm not sure if i like the tapered back though yet. i had initial problems pairing and keeping it paired without having to manually pair it everytime it was off, but the problem seems to have gone away for some reason after i reinstalled software. no problems at all with the iogear though. also the anycom charger: i think i got an older won which has problems with intial charging. it charged the batteries all the way, but the LED kept flashing as if it wasn't charged. not to worry, the second time i conneced after testing to see if the batteries were fully charged, the LED signalled as it was supposed to.
the iogear is more suitable for me as the cable is the same cable i need to synch or charge my motorola RAZR which is convenient.
my criteria was small enough to carry, but wide enough to be comfortable...i think the anycom at 1.88inches is the right width, but the anycom has a lower profile than what i think may be optimal (but i haven't decided yet). i also wanted a chrageable mouse via usb cable (but not a bulky recharging dock) and one with an on/off switch. i could not find any other bluetooth mice out there that meet those requirements.
the bluetake BT510 has usb cable, but the mouse is not rechargeable so it does not recharge batteries if you use rechargeables in it. it is too bad, b/c that one is probably, dimensions wise, the one i would want.
as far as selling in UK. don't know, but i know some list they ship internationally as well. if they don't say, i guess you could just email them to see if they do