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MX Master 3

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MX Master 3

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9.8 / 10

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4000

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12.5 x 8.4 x 5.1 cm
Bluetooth 5.0 and 2.4 GHz wireless (USB Unifying)
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Laser
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Dark grey

Apple

Magic Mouse 2 - Silver

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9.7 / 10

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11.35 x 5.71 x 2.16 cm
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M220 Wireless Mouse

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9.6 / 10

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1000

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9.9 x 3.9 x 6 cm
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MX Vertical Ergonomic Wireless Mouse

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9.5 / 10

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4000

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12 x 7.9 x 7.85 cm
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Modern Mobile Mouse Pastel Blue, KTF-00029

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9.4 / 10

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1800

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Wireless Mouse 200

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9.3 / 10

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1000

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14.1 x 5 x 5.4 cm
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Silver

Logitech

M235 Wireless Mouse

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9.2 / 10

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1000

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Logitech

MX Master 3


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Laser

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Windows, Linux, Mac

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1.1 Technology

Two types of technologies are used in wireless mice. One is a Radio Frequency (RF), and the other is Bluetooth. The key difference between two technologies is that the RF needs a USB connector to connect with your computer. In contrast, Bluetooth uses the in-built technology in your computer to connect with the mouse.

RF: To make this technology work, you need two components; a transmitter and a receiver. The transmitter sends an electromagnetic wave which feeds information about the mouse movement and buttons that you click.

Two types of technologies are used in wireless mice. One is a Radio Frequency (RF), and the other is Bluetooth. The key difference between two technologies is that the RF needs a USB connector to connect with your computer. In contrast, Bluetooth uses the in-built technology in your computer to connect with the mouse.

RF: To make this technology work, you need two components; a transmitter and a receiver. The transmitter sends an electromagnetic wave which feeds information about the mouse movement and buttons that you click.

1.2 Movement Detection Technology

Two technologies are used to sense the moments of the mouse and then coordinate it to your computer; laser and optical.

Optical Mouse: This uses an LED at the mouse’s bottom and image mapping DSP to sense the movement based on the surface below.

Laser Mouse: It uses a laser instead of an LED to light the surface below. It is used for superior surface tracking. As compared to the optical mouse, the laser mouse is more sensitive to movements.

Two technologies are used to sense the moments of the mouse and then coordinate it to your computer; laser and optical.

Optical Mouse: This uses an LED at the mouse’s bottom and image mapping DSP to sense the movement based on the surface below.

Laser Mouse: It uses a laser instead of an LED to light the surface below. It is used for superior surface tracking. As compared to the optical mouse, the laser mouse is more sensitive to movements.

1.3 Size

The size of the mouse matters a lot since you hold it in your hand. The mouse larger than your hand or smaller will be uncomfortable to use and work with. That's why you should pay attention to the size of the mouse while selecting.

The size of the mouse matters a lot since you hold it in your hand. The mouse larger than your hand or smaller will be uncomfortable to use and work with. That's why you should pay attention to the size of the mouse while selecting.

1.4 Reception Range

The maximum range of any wireless mouse is about 30 feet, but in reality, it is difficult to even reach the third of that length due to obstacles in the path. Different frequencies are assigned for different devices, and a standard global frequency is 2.4 MHz.

The maximum range of any wireless mouse is about 30 feet, but in reality, it is difficult to even reach the third of that length due to obstacles in the path. Different frequencies are assigned for different devices, and a standard global frequency is 2.4 MHz.

1.5 Buttons

We know that we have right and left click buttons for the mouse. The same mechanism applies to the wireless mouse. However, the design of the buttons has changed. They have become more sophisticated and more silent. This means that some mice have compact designs that do not make the ‘click’ sound when you use them.

We know that we have right and left click buttons for the mouse. The same mechanism applies to the wireless mouse. However, the design of the buttons has changed. They have become more sophisticated and more silent. This means that some mice have compact designs that do not make the ‘click’ sound when you use them.

1.6 DPI

DPI measures the sensitivity of your mouse, which is given in ‘Dots Per Inches (2.54 centimetres)’. Higher the DPI, the quicker the mouse moves across the screen. It is believed that a suitable DPI would be anywhere from 400 and above. So if your mouse has a lower DPI, you will need to move it much farther just to see its effect on the screen. However, the higher the DPI, the lesser movement would have to be put in. But super-high DPI also has severe setbacks like over-sensitivity, which can be irritating at times!

Usually, a mouse with less DPI is acceptable for regular users. However, for playing games or in a graphic profession, a higher DPI mouse is a must. Gaming mice usually start at 4000 DPI!

Our Recommendation: A mouse with a DPI range of 400-800 would do just great.

DPI measures the sensitivity of your mouse, which is given in ‘Dots Per Inches (2.54 centimetres)’. Higher the DPI, the quicker the mouse moves across the screen. It is believed that a suitable DPI would be anywhere from 400 and above. So if your mouse has a lower DPI, you will need to move it much farther just to see its effect on the screen. However, the higher the DPI, the lesser movement would have to be put in. But super-high DPI also has severe setbacks like over-sensitivity, which can be irritating at times!

Usually, a mouse with less DPI is acceptable for regular users. However, for playing games or in a graphic profession, a higher DPI mouse is a must. Gaming mice usually start at 4000 DPI!

Our Recommendation: A mouse with a DPI range of 400-800 would do just great.

1.7 Sensor

Have you observed the light LED light that flickers at the bottom of the mouse? That light bounces off a CMOS sensor. This sensor sends information about the surface to the digital signal processor. This DSP studies the patterns in imaging and determining that it can understand how far the mouse has moved. Once this movement is detected, the sensor sends corresponding coordinates to the computer, resulting in your cursor moving on the screen.

Have you observed the light LED light that flickers at the bottom of the mouse? That light bounces off a CMOS sensor. This sensor sends information about the surface to the digital signal processor. This DSP studies the patterns in imaging and determining that it can understand how far the mouse has moved. Once this movement is detected, the sensor sends corresponding coordinates to the computer, resulting in your cursor moving on the screen.

1.8 Battery

Unlike the wired mouse that derives the power from your machine, the wireless mouse will function on changeable batteries. Therefore, check the battery capacity while buying. AA batteries have about 2000-3000 mAh. These have a great lifespan of about 5-10 years on paper. But it also depends on your usage.

There are also wireless mice that come with rechargeable batteries, and they are much expensive than a changeable battery mouse. This type of wireless mouse is best-suited if you find replacing the battery a tedious job.

Note: Some wireless mice cannot be used while the battery is charging.

Unlike the wired mouse that derives the power from your machine, the wireless mouse will function on changeable batteries. Therefore, check the battery capacity while buying. AA batteries have about 2000-3000 mAh. These have a great lifespan of about 5-10 years on paper. But it also depends on your usage.

There are also wireless mice that come with rechargeable batteries, and they are much expensive than a changeable battery mouse. This type of wireless mouse is best-suited if you find replacing the battery a tedious job.

Note: Some wireless mice cannot be used while the battery is charging.

1.9 Surface Compatibility

Not all mice will work on every surface, which is why we buy mousepads. The surface compatibility means on what surface your mouse will work well.

Not all mice will work on every surface, which is why we buy mousepads. The surface compatibility means on what surface your mouse will work well.

1.10 Ergonomic Mouse

If you frequently use a desktop or laptop, it is wise to purchase an ergonomic mouse. This type of mouse has been specially designed to keep your correct posture in mind. With ergonomic see, there will be fewer complaints such as RSI. 

A vertical mouse is also there to prevent the awkward twisting of your forearm, where the bones in your forearm cross each other. 

If you frequently use a desktop or laptop, it is wise to purchase an ergonomic mouse. This type of mouse has been specially designed to keep your correct posture in mind. With ergonomic see, there will be fewer complaints such as RSI. 

A vertical mouse is also there to prevent the awkward twisting of your forearm, where the bones in your forearm cross each other. 

1.11 Sound

Though most wireless mice are relatively quiet and won’t distract you while clicking. However, it is still intelligent to check if the model is quiet and not easily distracted before buying it.

Though most wireless mice are relatively quiet and won’t distract you while clicking. However, it is still intelligent to check if the model is quiet and not easily distracted before buying it.

1.12 Left or Right Handed

It may seem obvious but check beforehand whether the mouse is suitable for a left or right hand. It becomes more important to check if you are left-handed because most mice are suitable for right-handers by default. In addition to this, there are wireless mice that are suitable for both hands. 

It may seem obvious but check beforehand whether the mouse is suitable for a left or right hand. It becomes more important to check if you are left-handed because most mice are suitable for right-handers by default. In addition to this, there are wireless mice that are suitable for both hands. 

1.13 Design

The design of a mouse is a priority for some people. There is a lot of variation in mouse’s design, and many brands respond to the sensitivity to design. For example, mice with a futuristic appearance are usually suitable for playing games. There are also sleek and minimalist design mice that you will undoubtedly enjoy. All in all, do not choose just a beautiful but also a practical mouse.

The design of a mouse is a priority for some people. There is a lot of variation in mouse’s design, and many brands respond to the sensitivity to design. For example, mice with a futuristic appearance are usually suitable for playing games. There are also sleek and minimalist design mice that you will undoubtedly enjoy. All in all, do not choose just a beautiful but also a practical mouse.

1.14 Scroll Wheel

A scroll wheel offers convenience because using this; you can scroll down the screen easily. You don’t have to click anything to pull the screen down. You can also press it to use it as an extra button. There are also mice with a horizontal scroll wheel, and this button is called a side scroll.

A scroll wheel offers convenience because using this; you can scroll down the screen easily. You don’t have to click anything to pull the screen down. You can also press it to use it as an extra button. There are also mice with a horizontal scroll wheel, and this button is called a side scroll.

1.15 Programmable Buttons

Programmable buttons are usually found on a gaming mouse, and each button is assigned a function to make it easier to use. The possibilities are outstanding such as you can use a button to start or close a program. Gamers use the button for a different purpose; they choose buttons to perform specific actions.

Programmable buttons are usually found on a gaming mouse, and each button is assigned a function to make it easier to use. The possibilities are outstanding such as you can use a button to start or close a program. Gamers use the button for a different purpose; they choose buttons to perform specific actions.

1.16 Price

A wireless mouse won’t cost you an arm and a leg. You can get a decent wireless mouse with basic features for 10 euros. A rechargeable mouse will cost you a little more. We recommend to pen down your requirements on a piece of paper to compare them with the features of your preferred mouse. 

A wireless mouse won’t cost you an arm and a leg. You can get a decent wireless mouse with basic features for 10 euros. A rechargeable mouse will cost you a little more. We recommend to pen down your requirements on a piece of paper to compare them with the features of your preferred mouse. 

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2.1 Which mouse is best for gaming?

If you use the mouse specifically for gaming, you need a mouse with maximum available high DPI, side keys that coincide with gaming functions, ergonomic design, and light feel clicks. You need a mouse with high precision irrespective of the movement detection technology.

If you use the mouse specifically for gaming, you need a mouse with maximum available high DPI, side keys that coincide with gaming functions, ergonomic design, and light feel clicks. You need a mouse with high precision irrespective of the movement detection technology.

2.2 Which mouse is best for daily use?

While choosing a mouse for daily use, you will need a mouse that is first and foremost comfortable to use. You do not require high DIP or side keys for everyday usage. A mouse with just two buttons (left and right) will do the job.

While choosing a mouse for daily use, you will need a mouse that is first and foremost comfortable to use. You do not require high DIP or side keys for everyday usage. A mouse with just two buttons (left and right) will do the job.

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3.1 Are wireless mice good for gaming?

Gaming requires freedom of movement and ease of management. Wireless mouse offers these both so that they can be used for gaming!

Gaming requires freedom of movement and ease of management. Wireless mouse offers these both so that they can be used for gaming!

3.2 Which is better? Wireless or wired mouse?

Both types have their pros and cons, so depending on what your needs are, you should choose between the two.

Both types have their pros and cons, so depending on what your needs are, you should choose between the two.

3.3 Are wireless mice rechargeable?

Yes. However, most of these wireless mice work on changeable batteries. You can just change the batteries if you feel they are dying. So most of the wireless mice are not rechargeable. And the ones that come with rechargeable batteries, they are pretty expensive.

Yes. However, most of these wireless mice work on changeable batteries. You can just change the batteries if you feel they are dying. So most of the wireless mice are not rechargeable. And the ones that come with rechargeable batteries, they are pretty expensive.

3.4 Is a wireless mouse the same as a Bluetooth mouse?

Bluetooth is the name of the technology that is used in a wireless mouse. There is also a technology that uses Radio Frequency, which is also wireless. So, wireless is not the same as Bluetooth.

Bluetooth is the name of the technology that is used in a wireless mouse. There is also a technology that uses Radio Frequency, which is also wireless. So, wireless is not the same as Bluetooth.

3.5 Can a wireless mouse be repaired?

It depends on the damage that has been done. Usually, all products have a guarantee or warranty that covers certain damages free of cost. So if it is covered in that, you will get a free repair or replacement. But mostly, buying a new mouse would be more beneficial than putting the money on the repairs!

It depends on the damage that has been done. Usually, all products have a guarantee or warranty that covers certain damages free of cost. So if it is covered in that, you will get a free repair or replacement. But mostly, buying a new mouse would be more beneficial than putting the money on the repairs!

3.6 Can wireless mouse work without USB?

Yes, if they work on Bluetooth!

Yes, if they work on Bluetooth!

3.7 How wireless mouse connects to a laptop?

Two technologies connect the wireless mouse to the laptop. One uses a small USB connector, and the other connects via Bluetooth!

Two technologies connect the wireless mouse to the laptop. One uses a small USB connector, and the other connects via Bluetooth!

3.8 Which wireless mouse works best in the Netherlands?

We have shortlisted the best 7 products for you after extensive research and shortlisting. Have a look at the product reviews to decide which mouse suits you the best.

We have shortlisted the best 7 products for you after extensive research and shortlisting. Have a look at the product reviews to decide which mouse suits you the best.

3.9 Can wireless mouse work without a receiver?

Yes, the wireless mouse does work without receivers if they operate on Bluetooth technology. In this case, the mouse uses the in-built Bluetooth technology to connect to the laptop without any receiver.

Yes, the wireless mouse does work without receivers if they operate on Bluetooth technology. In this case, the mouse uses the in-built Bluetooth technology to connect to the laptop without any receiver.

3.10 Which wireless mouse has side keys?

A mouse that is exclusively designed for gaming usually features side keys!

A mouse that is exclusively designed for gaming usually features side keys!

3.11 How does a wireless mouse work?

A wireless mouse uses the same technology as your mobile phone. Radiofrequency technology transmits information to the computer; that’s why you need a transmitter (mouse) and a receiver. Radio signal is sent to receiver transmitting the signals to the computer. Once the signals have arrived at the computer, the action initiated with your mouse follows.

A wireless mouse uses the same technology as your mobile phone. Radiofrequency technology transmits information to the computer; that’s why you need a transmitter (mouse) and a receiver. Radio signal is sent to receiver transmitting the signals to the computer. Once the signals have arrived at the computer, the action initiated with your mouse follows.

3.12 Why should I purchase an ergonomic mouse?

An ergonomic mouse ensures that your hand adopts a natural position, and there are fewer chances of gaining pain symptoms, which means you prevent RSI, for example. An ergonomic mouse is a good idea for those who work a lot on a computer or laptop. 

An ergonomic mouse ensures that your hand adopts a natural position, and there are fewer chances of gaining pain symptoms, which means you prevent RSI, for example. An ergonomic mouse is a good idea for those who work a lot on a computer or laptop. 

3.13 How many buttons are there on a wireless mouse?

Usually, a wireless mouse has two buttons, a left button and a right button. And there is a wheel that allows you to scroll through the page. This wheel sometimes also function as a button.

Some mouse has more than two buttons, and the number can lead to even 9 buttons! However, a mouse with these many buttons is specially designed for gamers. They allot specific action to a button that comes in handy while playing games.

Usually, a wireless mouse has two buttons, a left button and a right button. And there is a wheel that allows you to scroll through the page. This wheel sometimes also function as a button.

Some mouse has more than two buttons, and the number can lead to even 9 buttons! However, a mouse with these many buttons is specially designed for gamers. They allot specific action to a button that comes in handy while playing games.

3.14 Do I need a mouse pad?

Mousepads are old fashioned. They were required to make mechanical mice (with a ball) work better. A mouse pad was used to make the surface even and make the ball roll better in a mechanical mouse.

Now since there are almost negligible mechanical mice, the use of a mouse pad has become almost redundant. 

Mousepads are old fashioned. They were required to make mechanical mice (with a ball) work better. A mouse pad was used to make the surface even and make the ball roll better in a mechanical mouse.

Now since there are almost negligible mechanical mice, the use of a mouse pad has become almost redundant. 

4.

4.1 How to use a mouse with a receiver?

A receiver is usually embedded inside the body of the mouse and looks like a small pen drive.

  1. Take out the receiver pin from the mouse.

  2. Insert in one of the USB ports.

  3. Now, using the switch at the backside of the mouse, turn it on. The switch will look like a slider that can be moved upwards and downwards.

  4. The small LED will flicker once you switch the slider upwards, indicating that the mouse is ready to use.

  5. You will also receive a notification that the mouse is now connected and ready to use on your desktop screen.

A receiver is usually embedded inside the body of the mouse and looks like a small pen drive.

  1. Take out the receiver pin from the mouse.

  2. Insert in one of the USB ports.

  3. Now, using the switch at the backside of the mouse, turn it on. The switch will look like a slider that can be moved upwards and downwards.

  4. The small LED will flicker once you switch the slider upwards, indicating that the mouse is ready to use.

  5. You will also receive a notification that the mouse is now connected and ready to use on your desktop screen.

4.2 How to use a mouse with Bluetooth?

  1. Open Bluetooth software on your computer. You can do this by either searching ‘Bluetooth’ in the search bar or from the Control Panel.

  2. Power on the mouse and press the ‘Connect’ button located at the bottom of your mouse.

  3. If you have opened the Bluetooth menu through Control Panel, then search for ‘Optical Mouse’. If you have directly accessed it through the Bluetooth icon, then right-click to ‘Search Device.’

  4. Once the name of the mouse shows in the results, click on ‘Pair.’

  5. The computer will now automatically pair with the mouse.

  6. Your mouse is now good to go.

Note: The required drivers to operate the mouse will be automatically downloaded after you connect the mouse.

  1. Open Bluetooth software on your computer. You can do this by either searching ‘Bluetooth’ in the search bar or from the Control Panel.

  2. Power on the mouse and press the ‘Connect’ button located at the bottom of your mouse.

  3. If you have opened the Bluetooth menu through Control Panel, then search for ‘Optical Mouse’. If you have directly accessed it through the Bluetooth icon, then right-click to ‘Search Device.’

  4. Once the name of the mouse shows in the results, click on ‘Pair.’

  5. The computer will now automatically pair with the mouse.

  6. Your mouse is now good to go.

Note: The required drivers to operate the mouse will be automatically downloaded after you connect the mouse.

4.3 How to store a wireless mouse?

There are only four main tips to store your mouse, and they are as follows:

  1. Keep it in a dry place.

  2. Make sure to switch it off when not in use.

  3. Store it at a safe place from where it won’t plummet down to the floor.

  4. Keep it away from magnetic objects like speakers.

There are only four main tips to store your mouse, and they are as follows:

  1. Keep it in a dry place.

  2. Make sure to switch it off when not in use.

  3. Store it at a safe place from where it won’t plummet down to the floor.

  4. Keep it away from magnetic objects like speakers.

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6.1 Logitech MX Master 3

  • The Logitech MX Master 3 is a wholesome package. It is comfortable, quiet and has long battery life.

  • Master 3 is the third generation of the famous MX Master line, making Logitech the master of mice. 

  • The price tag is high, but its exclusive features justify the rate.

  • The MagSpeed ​​scroll wheel is high-speed and quiet. In fact, it has multiple scroll wheels, and you can scroll horizontally by gently turning the thumbwheel.

  • The 4000 DPI offers sensitivity and accuracy.

  • It has handy buttons, and the mode selector lets you manually switch between Ratchet Wheel (line by line) and Free Spinning modes. The former wheel is suitable for working precisely, while the latter lends itself well to long documents.

  • It has an ergonomic design, due to which it offers comfort, and it feels great in hand.

  • You can use the wireless mouse on various devices simultaneously by Logitech Flow, and with just one push button, you can switch quickly between those devices.

  • The mouse is Windows, Linux and Mac compatible. If you use Mac, then you can also opt for the particular variant for Mac. 

  • It has long battery life (of course, it depends a bit on usage), it usually lasts about 70 days fully charged. In addition, it charges very fast. After one minute of fast charging, it can last for another three hours.

  • It can be used on all types of surfaces smoothly.

  • The Logitech MX Master 3 is a wholesome package. It is comfortable, quiet and has long battery life.

  • Master 3 is the third generation of the famous MX Master line, making Logitech the master of mice. 

  • The price tag is high, but its exclusive features justify the rate.

  • The MagSpeed ​​scroll wheel is high-speed and quiet. In fact, it has multiple scroll wheels, and you can scroll horizontally by gently turning the thumbwheel.

  • The 4000 DPI offers sensitivity and accuracy.

  • It has handy buttons, and the mode selector lets you manually switch between Ratchet Wheel (line by line) and Free Spinning modes. The former wheel is suitable for working precisely, while the latter lends itself well to long documents.

  • It has an ergonomic design, due to which it offers comfort, and it feels great in hand.

  • You can use the wireless mouse on various devices simultaneously by Logitech Flow, and with just one push button, you can switch quickly between those devices.

  • The mouse is Windows, Linux and Mac compatible. If you use Mac, then you can also opt for the particular variant for Mac. 

  • It has long battery life (of course, it depends a bit on usage), it usually lasts about 70 days fully charged. In addition, it charges very fast. After one minute of fast charging, it can last for another three hours.

  • It can be used on all types of surfaces smoothly.

6.2 Apple Magic Mouse 2 - Silver

  • If you use Mac and need a wireless mouse specially designed for iOS, this is it.

  • The Apple Magic Mouse 2 is an excellent mouse for travelling. Its compact design easily fits in a laptop pouch. Its sleek, simple, and professional design are very slim and portable.

  • Along with compact size, it is pretty lightweight.

  • It has excellent build quality thanks to aluminium and acrylic. The feet are also well-made and solid, but they don’t slide very well when used on a mouse pad.

  • On the downside, it has average ergonomics. It isn’t suitable for traditional palm grips and can only be used comfortably with a fingertip grip, even if you have small hands. 

  • This mouse supports Bluetooth, so no need for a cable or receiver.

  • It has a rechargeable battery, and the charging port is underneath the mouse. It automatically turns off after certain time of inactivity, so no need to worry about turning it off.

  • It has 1300 DPI. The sensor is located near the mouse's top, which makes the cursor move differently than a traditional-centred sensor.

  • The entire surface of the mouse is tactile. Though there’s only one button, it allows for left, and a right-click if enabled within macOS.

  • Despite no physical scroll wheel, the touch-sensitive surface of the mouse serves as one, allowing both vertical and horizontal scrolling. The touch gestures work on macOS, so practically, there is no scroll wheel if you use Magic mouse with Windows.

  • If you use Mac and need a wireless mouse specially designed for iOS, this is it.

  • The Apple Magic Mouse 2 is an excellent mouse for travelling. Its compact design easily fits in a laptop pouch. Its sleek, simple, and professional design are very slim and portable.

  • Along with compact size, it is pretty lightweight.

  • It has excellent build quality thanks to aluminium and acrylic. The feet are also well-made and solid, but they don’t slide very well when used on a mouse pad.

  • On the downside, it has average ergonomics. It isn’t suitable for traditional palm grips and can only be used comfortably with a fingertip grip, even if you have small hands. 

  • This mouse supports Bluetooth, so no need for a cable or receiver.

  • It has a rechargeable battery, and the charging port is underneath the mouse. It automatically turns off after certain time of inactivity, so no need to worry about turning it off.

  • It has 1300 DPI. The sensor is located near the mouse's top, which makes the cursor move differently than a traditional-centred sensor.

  • The entire surface of the mouse is tactile. Though there’s only one button, it allows for left, and a right-click if enabled within macOS.

  • Despite no physical scroll wheel, the touch-sensitive surface of the mouse serves as one, allowing both vertical and horizontal scrolling. The touch gestures work on macOS, so practically, there is no scroll wheel if you use Magic mouse with Windows.

6.3 Logitech M220 Wireless Mouse

  • Logitech M220 is a silent wireless mouse. It is 90% quieter than its counterparts. So, all your work get done without missing or disturbing anyone.

  • It has durable, high-quality feet gliding silently over the desktop.

  • A smooth scroll wheel enhances the silent experience. 

  • The wireless connection works up to 10 meters away due to the plug-and-forget nano receiver.

  • It features Logitech’s advanced optical tracking for ultra-precise movement on most surfaces.

  • It is compatible with Windows, Mac, Chrome OS and Linux.

  • The battery stays longer (18 months) due to the energy-efficient design, and it automatically goes into sleep mode when not in use.

  • The symmetrical design offers ultimate comfort and precision.

  • Logitech M220 is a silent wireless mouse. It is 90% quieter than its counterparts. So, all your work get done without missing or disturbing anyone.

  • It has durable, high-quality feet gliding silently over the desktop.

  • A smooth scroll wheel enhances the silent experience. 

  • The wireless connection works up to 10 meters away due to the plug-and-forget nano receiver.

  • It features Logitech’s advanced optical tracking for ultra-precise movement on most surfaces.

  • It is compatible with Windows, Mac, Chrome OS and Linux.

  • The battery stays longer (18 months) due to the energy-efficient design, and it automatically goes into sleep mode when not in use.

  • The symmetrical design offers ultimate comfort and precision.

6.4 Logitech MX Vertical Ergonomic Wireless Mouse

  • This is the only vertical mouse on our list.

  • It has an ergonomic design due to which your hand takes a more natural position, resulting in fewer pain complaints.

  • It is an excellent alternative if you do not get along well with a trackball mouse.

  • The DPI of 4000 makes it a precise mouse and suitable to use both at home and in the office.

  • It has two adjustable thumb buttons that can be programmed as per your choice.

  • The flexible scroll wheel makes no noise while scrolling. 

  • The mouse can be connected in three ways - Bluetooth, a USB receiver or USB-C cable.

  • The design is such that it reduces the pressure of the overloaded muscles and tendons. Therefore, if you have pain in your wrists or hands, this is a good mouse for you. 

  • The sole drawback is that it is a right-handed mouse and the precise model is not available in a left-handed version.

  • It may take quite some time to get used to it. However, once you do, then you won’t want anything else.

  • This is the only vertical mouse on our list.

  • It has an ergonomic design due to which your hand takes a more natural position, resulting in fewer pain complaints.

  • It is an excellent alternative if you do not get along well with a trackball mouse.

  • The DPI of 4000 makes it a precise mouse and suitable to use both at home and in the office.

  • It has two adjustable thumb buttons that can be programmed as per your choice.

  • The flexible scroll wheel makes no noise while scrolling. 

  • The mouse can be connected in three ways - Bluetooth, a USB receiver or USB-C cable.

  • The design is such that it reduces the pressure of the overloaded muscles and tendons. Therefore, if you have pain in your wrists or hands, this is a good mouse for you. 

  • The sole drawback is that it is a right-handed mouse and the precise model is not available in a left-handed version.

  • It may take quite some time to get used to it. However, once you do, then you won’t want anything else.

6.5 Microsoft Modern Mobile Mouse Pastel Blue, KTF-00029

  • Microsoft Modern Mobile Mose delivers ultra-precise movement.

  • Its light, low-profile design offers precise navigation without the bulk of a traditional mouse.

  • It keeps you productive and flowing with seamless transitions between devices, magnetic scrolling for precise control, and a tailor-made design with 3 programmable buttons.

  • It lets you expand your multitasking capabilities by allowing you to pair and use up to three computers simultaneously.

  • You can connect it with a computer/laptop via Bluetooth and wired USB connections.

  • You can use it on almost any surface—desk, sofa or floor due to built-in BlueTrack technology.

  • It supports even the most detailed projects with carefully calculated weight, stability and control for smooth use.

  • It has been built for long working days, and that’s why it has ergonomic details, including side grips, thumb rest and an elegant curved shape that fits comfortably in hand.

  • Microsoft Modern Mobile Mose delivers ultra-precise movement.

  • Its light, low-profile design offers precise navigation without the bulk of a traditional mouse.

  • It keeps you productive and flowing with seamless transitions between devices, magnetic scrolling for precise control, and a tailor-made design with 3 programmable buttons.

  • It lets you expand your multitasking capabilities by allowing you to pair and use up to three computers simultaneously.

  • You can connect it with a computer/laptop via Bluetooth and wired USB connections.

  • You can use it on almost any surface—desk, sofa or floor due to built-in BlueTrack technology.

  • It supports even the most detailed projects with carefully calculated weight, stability and control for smooth use.

  • It has been built for long working days, and that’s why it has ergonomic details, including side grips, thumb rest and an elegant curved shape that fits comfortably in hand.

6.6 HP Wireless Mouse 200

  • If you want a decent mouse on a limited budget, then you’re in the right place with the HP Wireless Mouse 200. 

  • You will get this left and right-handed wireless mouse for just a few bucks, and it works just fine.

  • This is a fuss-free wireless mouse as there are no extra buttons but with everything you need.

  • Due to the small size, it fits well in hand, making it ergonomic and comfortable to work with.

  • There is no need for cable as you can connect this to your computer or laptop via the nano receiver.

  • The 2.4 GHz connection has a range of 10 meters.

  • The 1000 DPI optical sensor works accurately and smoothly enough for everyday use such as email and browsing. This is certainly not a mouse made for gaming. 

  • You can use this model on every surface.

  • The HP gives a two-year commercial warranty on it.

  • If you want a decent mouse on a limited budget, then you’re in the right place with the HP Wireless Mouse 200. 

  • You will get this left and right-handed wireless mouse for just a few bucks, and it works just fine.

  • This is a fuss-free wireless mouse as there are no extra buttons but with everything you need.

  • Due to the small size, it fits well in hand, making it ergonomic and comfortable to work with.

  • There is no need for cable as you can connect this to your computer or laptop via the nano receiver.

  • The 2.4 GHz connection has a range of 10 meters.

  • The 1000 DPI optical sensor works accurately and smoothly enough for everyday use such as email and browsing. This is certainly not a mouse made for gaming. 

  • You can use this model on every surface.

  • The HP gives a two-year commercial warranty on it.

6.7 Logitech M235 Wireless Mouse

  • This is another affordable mouse for Windows and OS users.

  • This wireless mouse excels in terms of battery life as it lasts no less than one year. And when the light turns red, replace the AA battery.

  • It performs its job very well and fits comfortably in hand, and is reliable. 

  • It uses Logitech Advanced Optical Tracking technology which allows you to click and navigate accurately, whether you are left- or right-handed.

  • Due to the advanced optical tracking, you get precise clicking and pointing on surfaces other optical mice can’t handle.

  • It is compatible with all major OS - Windows, Mac, Linux and Chrome OS.

  • Unfortunately, it works a little less well on some surfaces.

  • The small size makes it feasible to carry anywhere.

  • This compact Logitech Unifying receiver pairs up to six Unifying-compatible devices with a powerful, reliable wireless connection (up to 25 meters).

  • Overall, Logitech M235 is a value for money.

  • This is another affordable mouse for Windows and OS users.

  • This wireless mouse excels in terms of battery life as it lasts no less than one year. And when the light turns red, replace the AA battery.

  • It performs its job very well and fits comfortably in hand, and is reliable. 

  • It uses Logitech Advanced Optical Tracking technology which allows you to click and navigate accurately, whether you are left- or right-handed.

  • Due to the advanced optical tracking, you get precise clicking and pointing on surfaces other optical mice can’t handle.

  • It is compatible with all major OS - Windows, Mac, Linux and Chrome OS.

  • Unfortunately, it works a little less well on some surfaces.

  • The small size makes it feasible to carry anywhere.

  • This compact Logitech Unifying receiver pairs up to six Unifying-compatible devices with a powerful, reliable wireless connection (up to 25 meters).

  • Overall, Logitech M235 is a value for money.