There is no doubt that this year, millions of mobile computers will be sold. However, there is one major problem with notebooks, netbooks etc. That problem's name is the touchpad. Regardless of acquiring a notebook with a multi-touch pad such as Apple's Mac Book or ASUS's EEE series, at the end of the day you will feel more comfortable controlling the computer via a mouse.
Thus, we decided to take a look at the Verbatim Nano Wireless Notebook Mouse and its features and quality as well as worthiness to the back to school laptop crowd.Packaging
The packaging for this mouse is fairly minimal and informative but still serves a slightly aesthetic purpose. As you can see, this packaging is made up of a cardboard outer shell that has a plastic inner shell that houses the mouse, receiver, documentation, batteries and software CD.Cardboard packaging carries a discrete, yet clear design - this version is sold on the North American continent
From the looks of it, Verbatim went off with a discrete design, something we appreciate in a sea of shiny packages that promise "best control", "smooth grip", "excellent precision" and similar statements that remind me more of advertising a car than a wireless mouse.Verbatim claims that the contents are recyclable, marked by several logos [American and European standards]
The box passed our drop-and-kick test with flying colors, since the enclosed plastic shell is well-designed and is able to eat up bumps caused during transportation. Truth to be told, the mouse isn't a touchy-feely electronic such as motherboards - this is a device that will spend the rest of its working life under your sweaty or moist hand - that's just the way how we humans are, thus it is an imperative that the Go Nano mouse itself doesn't leave that plasticky-feel that causes the sweat on our hands.
As far as the packaging goes, we liked the fact that Verbatim stayed within its Japanese tune using very precise design with no overload of useless information.
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