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    Default JSCO JNL-101K Noiseless Gaming Mouse

    Today we will be taking a look at a silent gaming mouse from QuietPC who specializes in quality solutions for silent computing. The mouse has a rather unusual name, the JNL-101K, but donít let that fool you since it has a rather straightforward design.



    Click HERE for the full review.

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    GREAT!! now everytime i scroll my G5 the clicking is driving me nuts. I never noticed it before. But now! WTF?

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    Good review Steve! ! Those clicks can drive you crazy some times so a mouse like this can come in handy.

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    Quote Originally Posted by obamaliar View Post
    GREAT!! now everytime i scroll my G5 the clicking is driving me nuts. I never noticed it before. But now! WTF?
    LOL sorry I didn't mean to point that out.

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    Well it's true. That clacking on my G5 drove me nuts until I got rid of it.

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    I took a chance and bought a Gigabyte 8000X mouse. It's SO awesome. I love it. Best of all, it's quite affordable.

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