Nexus SM-7000B Silent Mouse

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Published: December 11, 2010
Editor: Amber Lupala
Provider: Nexus

Closer look at the Silent Mouse

The Nexus SM-7000B silent mouse The Nexus SM-7000B silent mouse
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The SM-7000B is a tiny black mouse with smooth rubbery plastic, two main buttons, a scroll wheel with middle button, and a DPI selection button. The Nano receiver is about one inch long and connects to USB port of the computer.

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The Nexus SM-7000B silent mouse The Nexus SM-7000B silent mouse
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This silent mouse uses two AAA alkaline batteries and included in the package are two batteries, so you are ready to rock once you get the package open.

The sensitivity of the laser used to track the movement of the mouse can be adjusted to 1000 or 1600 dpi via a switch on the top of the mouse. SM-7000B uses a red sensor for its scanning. The diode is not visible when the mouse is standing in normal position on the table, though you can always look at the screen if the mouse pointer is moving.

This mouse has three glider feet; one big in front and a pair of small in the back. There’s two main buttons are responsive, and movement feels crisp and accurate. The black plastic rubbery scroll wheel also gives a chunky, solid feeling  in use.  Although it can’t be rocked from side to side to provide extra controls.
This mouse is equipped with Traveling-Power-Save function. When you are traveling with this mouse, the LED of the mouse will be switched off automatically for the purpose of power-save, but the precondition is disconnected receiver . After about 30 minutes without any click or scroll or moving, the mouse will come to sleep-mode. You can click any button to  wake it up.
The center button on the mouse is DPI selection switch, though it’s not the best place for it. Low DPI when you need accuracy and high when you need speed.

The Nexus SM-7000B silent mouse The Nexus SM-7000B silent mouse
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SM-7000B is smaller in the hand than my Deathadder or UltraX or most of today mouse, and for people with larger hands and/or long fingers, it’s a little bit too small.  I don’t really know why the mouse makers automatically assume that a notebook mouse has to be smaller than a desktop model… space or weight saved in the brief case is not significant .

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