If you’re sitting at your computer right now. Click the mouse. Now click it again. One more time, but really listen to it. Have you ever realized how annoying that darn click is!? Well now that you can’t help but think about it each time you click, do something about it. Check out the VicTsing Slim and Silent Wireless Mouse. It’s only $9.99 and if everyone would just buy one, the world could finally be rid of that awful, awful clicking once and for all.
Here’s the key info from the product page:
- Sensitive and Noiseless: Quiet clicks free your worry about bothering other beside you and keep you focused while working or studying. The optical laser allows for quick response, precise movement and smoother tracking.
- Skin-Friendly for Comfort: Streamline design with anti-fingerprint and sweat-resistant finish offers your hand maximum support and comfort. The sturdy anti-slip rubber scroll wheel ensures that your hand will not slip when scrolling.
- Portable and Pocket Size: Featuring slim (4.5*2.4*1.3in/115*62*32mm) which is twice thinner than ordinary mice, this portable wireless mouse is perfect for travelling. It can be easily put into your backpack or pocket. (Note: The Nano receiver is stored in the back of the mouse.)
- Stable and Anti-Interference: 2.4GHz wireless transmission technology provides a powerful and reliable connection up to 33ft (10m). 3 adjustable CPI levels, 800-1200-1600, easily change the mouse sensitivity to match your activity.
- Energy Saving: Powered by 2 AAA batteries. With short-circuit protection and independent power supply function, this wireless mouse with separate switch button can still work with 1 battery. It would enter into power-saving mode in 10mins of inactivity. Well compatible with Windows7/8/10/XP, Vista7/8 and Linux etc.
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