Whether you’re working at your office desk, home, or at a cafe, using a wired mouse is always a hassle while using a laptop. On the other hand using a wireless mouse has a number of benefits, the important one being the clutter-free experience. So it’s time to ditch your wired mouse and shop for a new one.
1 Logitech M275 Wireless Mouse
The Logitech M275 has an ergonomic and unique design for comfortable usage. The mouse can only be used by right handed persons. It feels delightful to hold the mouse because of its decent size. It’s neither too big nor too tiny. The M275 has a matte finish which gives it a premium look. The scroll wheel is programmable through software which can be downloaded from Logitech website.
The Logitech M275 is compatible with Mac, Windows and Linux as well.
The company claims 18-months of battery life with an advanced sensor and energy efficiency technology. The mouse only needs a single AA size battery.
Its large surface area of pads ensures the mouse glides smoothly if used on a quality or even a half decent mouse pad. The mouse comes with a Nano receiver and can be paired easily using the Logitech Connect Utility. The battery compartment on its belly has a slot for storing the receiver so that you don’t lose it.
2 Lenovo N100 Wireless Mouse
The Lenovo N100 mouse is compatible with both Windows and Mac. High quality plastic body with a matte finish gives it a premium feel.
It comes with a very compact receiver which maintains a low profile while plugged into the system, so you don’t get distracted by it in any way; just plug and forget. The receiver is kept inside the mouse belly so that you don’t lose it when not in use.
The mouse works fine from a long distance as long as it is kept in direct line of sight of the receiver.
3 Microsoft 3500 Wireless Mouse
The Microsoft 3500 mouse is powered by BlueTrack Technology, an advanced tracking technology meaning which works seamlessly on any kind of surface. It is compact in size, looks elegant and very easy to handle.
The Nano transceiver that comes with the mouse can be left plugged as it sticks out less thaa a centimetre from the USB port of the laptop, so less the chance of losing it.