Summary: I have owned this mouse for about a week now and have loved every second of quiet clicking. The mouse isn't silent but the noise reduction does help keep from getting the repetitive noise from echoing in your own, and others, skulls. The technical description on the Amazon page says that the nano receiver can be stored in the mouse...
Too wide for small hands, Rough edge on bottom drags on mouse pad
V. Sayles, Amazon
13 January 2013
Summary: I use a Logitech wireless mouse which is a perfect fit for my hand, but the constant clicking is a real annoyance, especially if computing next to a sleeping partner, sitting on a plane, other intrusive situations. I just got the Nexus mouse for it's "noiseless feature". It hooks up easily, is silent, seems to work "OK". But at 4"across it is too wide to fit in my hand, making it cumbersome & tiring to hold.
Summary: It clicks. If they're going to advertise this as a silent mouse it needs to be freaking silent. I mean how challenging of an engineering feat is it to make a mouse that doesn't click? And there is no way to turn it off, so the batteries die fast. The volume mute button doesn't work for Mac. Stupid USB thing takes up much needed USB port. COMPLETE FAILURE. DO NOT BUY!
Summary: No more clicking noises besides the forward button on the side of the mouse. The backwards is silent but the forward has a slight clicking noise. The left and right click no longer makes clicking noises. The noise it produces is not audible in a room which is great for the person next to me if am playing a game or using the computer.
Summary: Pros: The buttons are reasonably silent and still provide enough feedback to indicate a pressed button. The scroll wheel has a pleasing bumpy feel when rolled. Cons: Contrary to the Amazon description and on the box, the nano receiver does not "store in mouse". The 7000 model may have storage for the receiver but the 8000 does not!
Summary: I honestly don't mind the dull clicking noise it makes, its a lot quieter than my other mouse, or any mouse I've used for that matter. I have small hands, so I can't be too upset with the size (since they design these for the majority of people with normal sized hands)...but it is too big, I find that its hard to keep my hand in a comfortable position.
Summary: I just received my Nexus Wireless Silent mouse - here are my first impressions: Pros: - It's quiet, as advertised. All buttons and actions are pretty quiet - Tracks reasonably well - Has forward / backward "thumb" buttons (if you're right-handed) - Feels good: nice size and shape, and rubberized coating. Cons: - There is no slot built-in to the mouse to store the USB dongle for transport or when not in use. This could easily lead to the dongle being lost.