Closer look at the Silent Mouse:
At first look it’s a black finger-grip mouse that fits big hands. It has good rubberized grip, 3 regular and two extra side buttons. I think that it has a nice design and not too much fuzz with LEDs and pro-active stuff. The Nano receiver is about one inch long and connects to the USB port of the computer. This silent mouse uses two AAA alkaline batteries to operate.
Here we have the top side of the mouse, you’ll spot a no-sound icon on top. We also see a two big regular buttons and a scroll wheel which can be pressed as well.
The left side of the mouse has an ergonomic grip for your thumb so that you can hold the mouse securely. Ergonomically it is a very pleasing mouse that sits in the hand quite well. Two thumb buttons are here, no buttons from the right side.
At the bottom of the mouse we see a couple of things, first the optical scanner, and we spot four plastic pads for easy navigation over any surface and the battery container.
Here we have the SM-8000B compared vs the older brother SM-7000B silent mouse. When compared to SM-7000B, size, shape and look are obviously very nice now. The number of buttons has gone up to a total of 5 and the DPI button is no longer present.