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Nexus SM-8000: Quiet as a Mouse

by Range

Have you ever been annoyed by your mouse and it’s incessant clicking while you navigate the web? Actually, you probably haven’t. However, your partner might have a problem with it, depending on how close your workstation is to the bedroom. I try to keep things as quiet as possible when my wife sleeps, but this mouse will make your clicking almost silent.

nexus silent mouse sm-8000

The Nexus SM-8000 is a silent mouse compared to the other ones on the market. The SM-8000 has got 5 ultra-quiet buttons, plus it’s wireless and comes with a nano 2.5GHz receiver.

nexus silent mouse sm-8000

You can check out how these two mice compare to a Logitech MX mouse in the video below. You can see (and hear) how the Nexus mice are quite a bit quieter.

There has been no price announced, but the SM-7000 sells for $35 (USD), so you can expect the cost of the SM-8000 not to break the bank.

[Nexus via DVice]

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Comments (4):

  1. Mike Chua says:

    seriously? i’m not too sure about a noiseless mouse.

  2. Mike Chua says:

    seriously? i’m not too sure about a noiseless mouse.

    • technabob says:

      I could see it coming in handy if you have to get up early or work late and you don’t want to disturb your significant other, but then again, the keyboard still makes noise. Just use an iPad, and wear headphones if you want complete silence.

  3. Ryan Smith says:

    As far as noiseless mice go I think Nexus make a pretty good range. I especially like their other model (8500?) but it’s wired. Both are pretty comparable though.

    Personally I quite like the clicking noise as I feel I need to hear confirmation that I’ve actually clicked the button.

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