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Greatlooking design, Nano receiver, Long battery life, 1600dpi laser sensor
Easy to install, batteries last a very long time, pink color stands out.
Low cost, High dpi (some might not like that however), Light, Very portable, Wide variety of colors, Slides smooth
Mouse performance on a variety of surfaces, Comes in a variety of pastel and traditional colors
Wrist may drag on surface you are using the mouse on
Does not work well on a clear surface, DPI cannot be adjusted, pink color stands out!
At least give me a side moving scroll wheel
Little functionality beyond basic conventions, Cropped formfactor may not be comfortable for everyone
By DreamWare Computers on October 11, 2010
The Verbatim Nano Wireless Notebook Laser Mouse is a great little add-on for any notebook because it solves the issue of lack of space on the touchpad. With its 1600dpi laser sensor, you can be sure that the mouse will work on almost any surface. And...
By ASE Labs on February 11, 2010
There are a ton of mice on the market today, and many that may be at a little lower price point, but for this user, at NewEgg's current price point of $27.99 at time of print, it is a killer deal. Even a user with large hands will find this mouse...
By Top Review Shop on December 09, 2009
Laptop and notebook users know that sometimes the touchpad is just not very easy to use - especially if you are only familiar with using a mouse. Even if you are familiar with using touchpads, they can be clunky, slow to respond and difficult to use...
By OverclockersQH on August 13, 2009
So in the end I found that I really liked this mouse. While it might be a little fast for some at first, it still is a great mouse for its price range. While it doesn’t have a great range between the mouse and the nano USB dongle, I found it was...
By Maximum CPU on August 12, 2009
For $40 I’d like to see some more functionality than my original Microsoft Intellimouse Optical. The wireless performance is more than acceptable, but the lack of extraneous functionality and cropped form factor might make it more of a burden than...
By L.A. Audio File on August 01, 2009
We tested the Verbatim Nano Wireless Notebook Optical Mouse using our small Acer 8.9" Aspire One while on the go. The mouse gave us the freedom to control our content without struggling with the built-in mouse pad. To wake the mouse up after it goes...
By Bright Side of News on July 31, 2009
In all, this is a good notebook mouse that has notebook users in mind and to me seems like a great buy for anyone looking for a compact travel mouse to accompany that new notebook they just got for back to school. Verbatim has a well thought out...
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