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Saturday September 3, 2016 10:41 am

Bleeding Edge TV 590: Nulaxy ML11 wireless mouse review

In this first episode of Budget Tech Buys, I bring you a look at the Nulaxy ML11 2.4GHz Wireless Mouse. You can get it for over 50% off on Amazon, with an additional 6% savings using the coupon code AKU9AV37.

The Nulaxy ML11 is a wireless mouse, with a nano USB receiver that's stored in the mouse itself. It's energy efficient too, using a AA battery for power, but switching off automatically when the mouse or the PC is not in use.

You can pick up the Nulaxy ML11 mouse now.

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Video Transcript:

The Nulaxy ML11 Wireless Mouse may be inexpensive, but it’s still got the basics covered. You get a hand-friendly, ergonomic shape for starters, which feels just fine while using it. If you’re interested in this one, I’ll leave a link in the description below so you know where to find it.

It’s super responsive, with a 1200dpi sensor, and feels just like navigating with any regular wired mouse for everyday non-gaming tasks.

Nulaxy says the ML11 mouse is compatible with Windows 7, 8, and 10, as well as anyone still living in the stone age with Windows 2000, XP, or Vista - although if you’re running Vista, you may have some life choices that you need to deeply evaluate. I’ve found it works perfectly fine with Mac OS X as well, although, not so much on the latest MacBook.

That’s because the mouse communicates with the host computer with the 2.4GHz USB nano receiver. Plug it into a standard USB outlet, and you’re instantly paired and good to go.

The ML11 is powered by a single AA battery, and it does it’s best to keep it performing with a couple of power management features. There’s an with an Auto Power Off mode that turns the mouse off when the receiver is disconnected, the PC is turned off, or if the mouse is set aside.

And that’s it - that was your look at the Nulaxy ML11 wireless mouse, and my first episode focused on budget tech finds. Be sure to drop a like on this video if you enjoyed it, and if you loved it, please do hit the subscribe button. I’m about to get out of here, but leave me your thoughts in the comments, and I’ll talk to you there. Thanks for watching - I’m Andru Edwards, and I’ll catch you in the next video.

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