Cordless Mouse

The cordless mouse offers you the comforts of an ergonomically correct device, plus the ease of not having to deal with wires. This is especially useful for those on the go, and those who give presentations in conference rooms and need to move around or pass around the mouse. You may want to try out these devices before purchasing to consider factors such as comfort, how hard you have to push down any scrolling wheels and how responsive the mouse is while you move it.

Below are a few bestselling models:

The Logitech cordless mice are definitely a frontrunner among the wireless devices out there. The Logitech V220 Cordless Optical Mouse for Notebooks offers soft rubber grips and includes a miniature receiver that snaps into the device.It is relatively simple to use, as you just plug it in and start using it. Locking in the receiver actually turns off the mouse for you. The MX1000 Laser Cordless Mouse is comfortable to use, precise and has a rechargeable battery that lasts a long time. This device has a three-year warranty and works well with Macs as well as PCs, however left-handed people will be hard pressed to enjoy this device.

The reign of the Logitech devices continues, with the Logitech VX Nano Cordless Laser Mouse includes a scroll wheel that lets you sift through long documents and is vary easy to carry around in travel. It is suited for both left- and right-handed people, includes buttons you can program and has a tiny receiver. The tracking on this device is such that it can be used on a multitude of surfaces with ease. It may be considered overpriced to some, and could be too small for those with larger than normal hands.

Mac users may want to consider the Apple Wireless Mouse or the Apple Mighty Mouse. The Apple Wireless Mouse is easy to set up with Bluetooth and is sleekly designed. Some have criticized a lag in response, called it overly priced and complain that is only works with OS X 10.2.6 and later. Meanwhile, the Apple Mighty Mouse also can connect easily with Bluetooth, has powerful batteries and is easy to set up and use. The side buttons require a lot of pressure to work well, and this device can be a challenge for Window PCs.

Windows users may want to consider the Microsoft Wireless Optical Mouse 4.0 and the Microsoft Wireless Laser Mouse 7000. The Microsoft Wireless Optical Mouse 4.0 boasts a long battery life and is well suited for both left-handers and right-handers. This device is easy to install and has an inventive scrollwheel. The instructions are difficult to understand, however, and the device does not come with a user’s manual. The Microsoft Wireless Laser Mouse 7000 is a comfortable device that tracks with accurate precision and includes rechargeable batteries. Its design is well suited for business environments. This device’s dial is also hard to press, and this mouse isn’t well suited for the left-handed population.

Other devices that you may want to consider include the following:

The Targus Wireless Mouse for Mac uses an optical sensor instead of a roller ball, has a small receiver and is curvy and ergonomic. It’s a little bigger than it could be and the optical sensor isn’t the best.

The Asus W90Vp-X1 is great for gaming on desktops, has strong port supportable and is plug and play. The design isn’t the best and it’s a but clunky.

The Bluetooth Optical Wireless Mouse is easy to use and is nicely designed. The battery life leaves much to be desired, the device can be too costly for many and the features can be overwhelming.

This Cordless Mouse Review is Written/Updated on Feb 18th, 2010 and filed under Computer Hardware. Both comments and pings are currently closed.

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