Genius debuts the NX-7000 wireless mouse

Genius debuts the NX-7000 wireless mouse

The famous maker of computer peripherals and accessories Genius has announced a new wireless mouse under the NX-7000 brand name. The main feature of the new mouse is that it features a BlueEye sensor, which allows it to work on any imaginable surface – glass, wood, plastic, clothes and more.

In addition to this the NX-7000 also offers 2.4 GHz wireless technology, anti-interference features for your Wi-Fi environment and 1200 dpi of resolution for great tracking accuracy and control. The mouse has a contoured shape that is suitable for most hand forms and provides easy hand usage and high comfort. Users will get to enjoy three buttons as well as support for Windows 7, Windows 8, Windows 10 and Mac OS 10.7.4 or later. A unique feature of the NX-7000 is that it has a pico receiver that can be used to link with six additional Genius mice including the NX-7xxx series and Micro Traveler 9000R V2. The NX-7000 gets its power from a single AA battery and allows users to enjoy the free SmartGenius app to adjust the scrolling speed.

The new Genius NX-7000 wireless mouse is available in five colors – Elegant White, Spring Green, Ocean Blue, Passion Red and Calm Black. No word on pricing as of now.

Source: Genius

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