Here we have the VX Nano mouse. This mouse is somewhat similar in style to the MX Revolution but with less curves, and it also uses the same three surface materials. The upper deck is coated with a hard, smooth plastic. The left and right sides where your thumb and pinky fingers rest are a textured rubber surface which will ensure a firm grip on the mouse. The rest of the mouse is trimmed in shiny plastic.
As mentioned earlier, there are six buttons on this mouse. The two normal mouse buttons and the scroll wheel, which is clickable and also can tilt left and right, makes up for three of the six buttons. Another button is found directly behind the scroll wheel, defaulted as Document Flip, while the remaining two buttons are on the left side of the mouse. These buttons, defaulted as Forward and Back, are easily reached using your thumb. There is a small power LED directly below the Document Flip button.
There are three Teflon-like feet on the bottom of the mouse which will allow it to slide effortlessly over most any surface. We also have a power button, tracking laser and a battery compartment cover latch. As you can see, the two included AAA batteries fit nicely inside. There is even room to store the Nano's USB receiver. The red button is used to eject the receiver, as it locks in place when inserted.
That pretty much covers the mouse and its accessories, so let's move ahead and check out the SetPoint software.