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Nexus SM-7000B Silent Mouse

3.8 out of 5 stars 145 customer reviews
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  • Advanced 2.4Ghz wireless technology
  • Nano receiver that stores in mouse
  • 39 channels
  • 1000/1600 DPI switch
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Product Description

Nowadays we are so used to using the PC and we have come acquainted with track pads, multi-touch displays etc. that we no longer need the confirmation of a clicking action. You know when you have clicked or double clicked. You see a graphical reaction of your clicking on the screen and PC's are so fast these days that you practically never have to wait for your PC to respond. So you simply do not need a clicking-sound confirmation of your action... you know when you have clicked or not. So why still hear the clicking sound? Well it turns out that this is part of switching-technology and it is not so easy to remove the physical sound when clicking. We have managed to find a solution. With using some patented switching technology we (finally) have created a soundless/noiseless mouse.

Product Information

Product Dimensions 8 x 6.5 x 1.9 inches
Item Weight 6.4 ounces
Shipping Weight 6.4 ounces (View shipping rates and policies)
Manufacturer Nexus Technology
ASIN B004FKBZ8M
Item model number SM-7000B
Customer Reviews
3.8 out of 5 stars 145 customer reviews

3.8 out of 5 stars
Best Sellers Rank #589 in Computers & Accessories > Computer Accessories > Keyboards, Mice & Accessories > Mice
Date first available at Amazon.com December 7, 2010

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The mouse suffers stuttering and skipping problems. Frequently, the pointer will disappear and reappear somewhere else on the screen. Very frustrating. I assumed it was caused by 2.4GHz interference, but i removed all other 2.4GHz peripherals, and am still seeing the problem.

It also has problems with the buttons getting stuck when you alternate between right and left clicks.

However, the clicking is pretty quiet. But not entirely "silent" as the name would lead you to believe.
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I bought this product because it was wireless, silent and easy to use. I'm currently a college student that needed something quiet to use while in the library. It was perfect, I couldn't hear the clicking noise to much at all, and it was nice and smooth. Over in a two week span, the left button popped up and started to make clicking noises which made myself peeved. Next the mouse wouldn't pick up a signal from the USB receiver. After two weeks of moderate use, the mouse died on me. I changed the batteries thinking that was just it but when I tried to use this mouse, it wouldn't turn on anymore. This product seems very clean cut but isn't. I recommend you don't buy this due to the fact the cheap core this mouse actually has.
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It is important to read other reviews and I saw some good and bad so I went with this mouse anyways, that was a mistake.

The reason people are reporting "ghosting", skipping, and stuttering is as follows:
Most optical mice simply use a red beam to "read" where the mouse is located on the desktop at any time. This is why a mousepad is no longer needed. There is no physical ball to roll, etc.

In a mystifying decision of backwardness, this mouse -is- designed with a physical component. It channels it's red beam into a small plastic foot that touches the desk and protudes beyond the bottom of the mouse. As the mouse receives more and more usage this foot eventually bends a bit due to the pressure of everyday mousing.

What happens then? It either will lose its track, skip, or simply cease to work.

Reboxed, and returned to vendor. This is a silly design.

Oh, it is quiet...
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I wanted a quiet mouse because the loud clicks were coming through during skype conversations and teleconferences.

I also have two computers hooked up to the a monitor/keyboard/speaker switch.
Many wireless devices (even bluetooth) do not support that kind of switching because you have to pair the device with the dongle receiver.

Not so with this mouse! It works perfectly with both computers and does not require "repairing"!

Love it.

UPDATE:

After 2 weeks of use, the left mouse button has started to "squeak" when pressed. Now, it actually does sound like a live mouse. I may have to return it and get a new one. Until then, I'm dropping my rating by 1 star.
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By Jeanne on January 8, 2014
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The markings on the plastic housing and the markings on the white battery eject flap are incorrect. By putting in the batteries like that they started to burn up. The batteries must be installed per the instruction manual to make the mouse work.
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I bought this for my son several years ago and it saved me from killing him. The click-click-click of his other mouse was so loud, I hated it when he was gaming on the PC. This new mouse is perfectly silent and has lasted him several years. I will never buy a non-silent mouse for him again.
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I just wanted to leave a brief review.

I purchased the third Nexus mouse for my wife in March of 2014 and by May it was already non-functional. My wife is a professional who needs to use a mouse during frequent daily meetings. The silent buttons were a welcome feature, since loud clicking during presentations can, obviously, become a distraction.

Of the two previous Nexus mice I purchased, either the sensor has stopped working or the USB dongle broke. Unfortunately, the manufacturer does not sell parts, like dongles, so you will have to replace the entire mouse if you break that piece. The sensor, as per other comments left on Amazon, seems to be a frequent complaint. This third unit, which is the one I've chosen to finally leave feedback on, stopped working altogether and will not power on. It seems that there is probably a bad solder in the battery compartment since multiple new battery pairs make no difference.

The idea of a silent mouse is terrific, and in that department these devices deliver like no other. I just wish that a company like Logitech, known for quality, would develop their own silent mouse. As it stands, this product seems to be shoddily built and cannot withstand the rigors required for business use.

EDIT: Thanks to another review, I found out that the battery diagram inside the mouse (both on the housing and the battery flap) are wrong. As you insert the batteries, place the first battery with the positive end (the bump) to the right, which is where the spring is. Place the other battery in the direction pictured on the flap (to the left). That is the proper battery orientation. That doesn't address the other durability issues, and brings up quality control issues of its own, but it's nice to know that at least one mouse hasn't died yet.
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