When it comes to accessory side of things, we feel that Verbatim could have pulled an extra punch and actually bundled a USB stick with the accompanying software. Even though you really don't need any drivers to have this mouse working in any operating system, the fact of the matter is that majority of netbooks on the market don't feature an optical drive.
Thus, we've seen even Microsoft posting a guide on how to install Windows 7 using an USB drive... in that perspective, Verbatim missed on scoring a great opportunity, especially given the price of 1GB sticks [last offer we got in that unsolicited spam mail was in the range of $2.50 per 1000pcs].
The good part of this mouse is the fact that it comes with a mini receiver, and it won't take a lot of space on your mobile computer. If you have the appropriate shade of black [editor's Tosh' Qosimio fits the bill], you might forget its even there.
The quick start guide itself is very informative and tells the customer what is included, what the features of the device are, and how to get started. The quick start guide explains everything very well in concise and understandable English. In addition, it has directions in multiple languages as not to leave out other regions of the world.
That’s all that comes with this nano mouse. I guess it is pretty fitting to have very little come with a mouse that’s coined as nano. Overall there isn't really much you should need for this mouse, especially if it works right out of the box, which we'll be testing for later.
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