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Kensington SlimBlade Mouse with Nano Receiver


$49.00 Released February, 2008

Product Shot 1 The Pros:AAA batteries are slimmer and lighter than AA. Low battery indicator. Great battery life - over 3 months with rechargable AAA batteries.

The Cons:Relatively hard buttons are difficult to push compared to other brand model mice. Poor ergonomics - flat and unnatural compared to rounded body mice.

Kensington's SlimBlade Mouse with Nano Receiver emphasizes portability. The mouse itself, which uses laser tracking, has a small and slim form factor, and its receiver is smaller than any of Kensington's other mice.

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Effectively, it is so small that it does not need to be removed when packing up a laptop to take it somewhere. The mouse has a 4-way tilting scroll wheel, and makes efficient use of two AAA batteries to achieve a 6-month battery life. This mouse automatically sleeps when the computer goes to sleep, and has an on-off switch. It is compatible with both PC and Mac platforms.

Features

  • Small, slim form factor
  • Nano receiver is extremely small
  • 4-way tilting scroll wheel
  • Uses two AAA batteries
  • Automatic sleep mode
  • On/off switch
  • Laser tracking
  • Approximately 6-month battery life
  • Low-battery indicator

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Pros
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    AAA batteries are slimmer and lighter than AA

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    low battery indicator

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    great battery life - over 3 months with rechargable AAA batteries

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    affordable price

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    tracks well on non-standard surfaces

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    good build quality

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    4-way wheel

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    extremely small USB transceiver

Cons
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    relatively hard buttons are difficult to push compared to other brand model mice

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    poor ergonomics - flat and unnatural compared to rounded body mice

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