Nexus SM-9000C Silent mouse

Nexus SM-9000C
Published: August 22, 2011
Author: Ville Ilonen
Editor: Amber Lupala
Provider: Nexus

We’ve reviewed a couple Nexus mice in the past, and today we will take a look at their newest no-sound mouse called SM-9000. SM-9000 is similar to the ones we’ve reviewed in the past except that it is a full-sized mouse with some nice new features. Read the full article and see how well it performs.

About Nexus:

Please check their website at http://www.nexustek.nl/ for more information about the company.

Specifications & features:

Advanced 2.4Ghz wireless technology
Laser tracking engine
Nano receiver (stores in the mouse)
39 two way channels
6~10 Meter operation range
3 buttons
Auto power save mode
2x AAA battery included
Size:10,2×5,9x 3,6cm (LxWxH)

The Product:

Nexus SM-9000C Nexus SM-9000C
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SM-9000C comes in a plastic coating. You can clearly see the mouse through it and you can even get a rough idea of the size and how it feels in your hand just by looking at it. On the backside information and specifications about the mouse are provided.

Nexus SM-9000C
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Inside the package we find the mouse, dongle, required batteries and a small manual brochure. Nothing extra here!  The SM-9000C does not require or offer any special drivers to tweak with the mouse so no driver cd is provided.

 

Nexus SM-9000C Nexus SM-9000C
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SM-9000C is a basic wireless three button laser wheel mouse. It has a nice looking carbon coating. As you can see, Nexus advertises the mouses’ silentness with “sound off” logo printed on the mouse. Actually SM-9000C, along with its brothers (SM-8000 and SM-7000 series) are undoubtedly the quietest mouses I’ve ever encountered.

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