Top 5 excellent wireless mouse

Written by Tyler Rondman

Top 5 excellent wireless mouse

Despite the fact that some laptops have excellent touchpads, working with a mouse is much more enjoyable, especially when it’s wireless. Because then the wire neither get tangled nor restrict its reach being connected with the desk, and the USB port remains idle. Read about the best wireless mice in this article.

Logitech M510

Quite unbelievable, but $42 is a modest price for a quality wireless mouse today. If you want just to toggle the cursor and click the button without delays, malfunctions and other flaws, it’s a good idea to take the Logitech M510. Note that, it is intended for right-handers, since two additional keys are on the left side. The mouse has a laser sensor with a good resolution of 1000 dpi. The Logitech M510 is powered by two AA-batteries, and the manufacturer claims that the mouse will last up to two years.

Logitech MX Anywhere 2

Twice more expensive is one of the advanced mice of the same company. It looks much more attractive, and has a number of useful features. For example, unlike the Logitech M510, it works virtually on any surface. Also, there is no need to change the batteries, since MX Anywhere 2 has a built-in battery. One minute of charging is enough for two hours of work, and the entire battery is designed to perform 60 days without recharging. With Bluetooth, you can connect the mouse right away to three devices and switch between them on the run using a special button – a very convenient feature, indeed. Also, its small size makes is a great partner for laptop owners.

Microsoft Bluetooth Mobile Mouse 3600

If you need a simple but stylish and reliable mouse, then among the inexpensive models you can choose Microsoft Bluetooth Mobile Mouse 3600. It can be found in several colors, which is especially good and you can choose it matching your existing Microsoft’s colored Surface Laptop. It does not have any additional buttons, one AA-battery is enough to run the device. Its lightweight and compactness again please the laptop-owners.

Razer Orochi

Like any admiring mouse from Razer, the Orochi model draws the users’ attention through its original and stylish appearance. The model, although wireless, is definitely designed for gamers. Appreciably, the resolution of the laser sensor is 8200 dots per inch. Inside the package, you’ll find not only a wire, but also small bag for a mouse. The wire, by the way, is not for charging, but for connecting to computers without built-in Bluetooth. Needs two batteries to be operated.

Microsoft Arc Touch

To find an unusual mouse is easy, but it will often look like a crazy fantasy, rather than a useful device for daily use. So, if you just want a stylish mouse, you can pay attention to Microsoft’s Arc Touch. It has a smooth surface and while working with it, you’ll find it convenient to hold on. Instead of a scroll wheel, it has a touch panel, which supports additional gestures for navigation. Arc Touch is very compact, it runs on two finger batteries and is equally suitable for both left-handers and right-handed people.

About the author

Tyler Rondman

When he isn't enjoying the beautiful Northwest outdoors, you can find Tyler on business and tech sites, writing about the latest news, analyzing trends, and generally making the Internet a more interesting place.