Nexus Silent Mouse SM-7000B

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Are you one who tends to work late into the night? If the answer is in the affirmative, then the Nexus Silent Mouse SM-7000B is the solution that you (and your poor spouse) has been searching for all this while. After all, some of us require complete silence (save for the hum of the air conditioner or heater) to get some shuteye, so the constant clicking of a keyboard as well as mouse clicks (especially if you’re into RTS) might just drive you nuts.

Enter the Nexus Silent Mouse SM-7000B, where its name is pretty much self-explanatory. This particular peripheral will work in tandem with an advanced 2.4G wireless optical mouse that will not come with the annoying clicking noise, where it remains connected to your notebook and desktop via an extremely small nano receiver.

The switches that are used in the Nexus Silent Mouse have been patented, so you (and your ears) can rest assure that the famous “click” sound won’t be there whenever you press the buttons. OF course, it might take some getting used to at first (just like a silent keyboard) since you might be too used to some noise, but the end result is well worth the entry price.

According to Michael van der Jagt of Nexus Technology, “You will be amazed how much more relaxing it is when you get rid of this useless sound. We have many tv and radio studio customers that have been pushing us for this product and we notice that it is appreciated by home and office users also.”

Good thing tactile feedback is still there to make you feel as though you’ve elevated your productivity to the next level. The Nexus Silent Mouse will come with a comfortable size, and is touted to be perfect for desktop use. The nano receiver is also small enough to keep it plugged in without having to be removed even when you stash away your notebook.

A convenient 1000/1600 DPI selection switch is also there to change the mouse speed on the fly, where you can have it be fast when required, and slow down if accuracy is the name of the game.

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