Thumb-controlled trackball takes the place of the mouse moving. Uses one AA battery (included), which lasts up to 18 months. Good for working in tight spots, and doesn't need a flat surface. 30' wireless range. Works with Windows and Mac OS.
Trackball can stick on some of these. The thumb trackball design may take a bit getting used to. Not the best choice for gaming or heavy graphics/photo editing.
Comes in a wide variety of colors and styles. Easy to set up. Features micro-precision scrolling to enhance Internet browsing. Contoured shape and textured rubber grip feel good in the hand. Takes one long-lasting AA battery (included). Works well on most surfaces. Attractive price.
Scrolling wheel does not offer enough tension, or stops working relatively quickly. Small-size mouse may not be the best choice for those with larger hands.
Small and portable, with a nice, fun design. Easy installation. Lightweight. Works with most operating systems. Fits comfortably in the hand. Decent price. Wireless link works up to 33'. Has a long battery life.
Too small for larger hands. Despite its claim, this does not come with a Unifying USB receiver. Some felt that this option did not seem very sturdy.
Features a contoured shape, and soft rubber grips. Features include back/forward buttons, side-to-side scrolling, and a Unifying receiver USB plug. Available in blue, red, or black. Comes with two AA batteries that last up to two years. Wireless connection is good up to 33'. Works with most operating systems.
Some features of this require you to install Logitech Options software (available on their site). Scroll wheel can be noisy and loose, or not work well in general.
Ergonomic shape and rubber grips are comfortable to use. For Windows and Mac OS. Comes with a Unifying receiver, an on/off switch, and a smart sleep mode. Includes two AA batteries that have a battery life of three years. Lightweight and compact. Stylish.
Mouse is on the small side. Scroll bar has generated some complaints, including that it scrolls too fast and wears out too quickly.
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Cutting the cord when it comes to a computer mouse frees up space on the desk and desktop. Logitech wireless mice are some of the best options for precision and ergonomic comfort. The right choice comes down to how you intend or need to use the mouse. General, every day computer tasks can get by with a basic optical mouse that runs off of a set of AAA batteries. For activities that require greater precision or a lot of use of the mouse, you will want a more accurate laser mouse with a built-in battery and cord or charging dock. Logitech's line of gaming mice are some of the best for quick and responsive gameplay where precision can make the difference between virtual life or death.
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