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A computer mouse allows us to navigate and interact with a computer's user interface by controlling its pointer, enabling a smooth and controlled experience throughout. Because of how vast the computer mouse market has become, it is very important to understand certain aspects of a buying a computer mouse.

Sensor Type

Laser and optical mouse used to perform differently on different surfaces - they still do today, but the difference is now much smaller than before. Both types of sensors work well on most surfaces today. If your mouse does not work well, then a mouse pad will do the job.

Comfort and Design

Each mouse has a different design and size. Make sure the mouse that you have chosen fits your hand well, or it will hurt your hand in the long run.

Wired or Wireless

Wired mouse have the advantage of not having to worry about batteries, but the tangle of wires. A wireless mouse frees you from wires, but adds the problem of having to worry about batteries, although most wireless mice today have very efficient power consumption.

Extra Buttons

Some computer mice have extra buttons and features, most especially with gaming mice. Sometimes these extra buttons are programmable to perform other buttons or keys.

Mouse Pads

A mouse pad is a very helpful companion and worthy investment to your computer mouse if you find your mouse not operating properly on your desk.

The mouse is one of the most important computer peripherals that are available in the market today. Everyone who owns a computer will have a mouse to accompany it. Find out more about choosing the right computer mouse below.

Razer Atheris 3 Stores
PRODUCTIVITY, MEET PERFORMANCE Optimized for both work and play, the Razer Atheris is packed with features such as industry-leading signal stability, dual-connectivity, and over 300 hours of continuous use*, all in a pocket-sized ergonomic body, focused on delivering performance and productivity. *Battery life may vary based on connection type. 350-HOUR CONTINUOUS USE ON A PAIR OF AA BATTERIES* When you’re constantly traveling for work, or busy with back-to-back meetings, you don’t want to worry about replacing batteries. Which is why the Razer Atheris is engineered to give you over 300 hours* of interruption-free use. Battery life may vary based on connection type. 7,200 DPI OPTICAL SENSOR With a 7,200 DPI optical sensor, the Razer Atheris has one of the highest DPI for a mobile mouse. It gives you extreme accuracy and incredible control over spreadsheets or headshots. The extra resolution works perfectly for multiple monitors and even 4K screens and beyond. 2.4 GHz WITH ADAPTIVE FREQUENCY TECHNOLOGY* Featuring Razer’s proprietary wireless technology, the Razer Atheris provides you with industry-leading transmission stability. So whether you’re in a café or the office where multiple wireless devices may interfere with the frequency, your mouse maintains a solid connection. *Optional 2.4 GHz dongle included Specifications Dual 2.4 GHz and Bluetooth LE connectivity Battery life: Approximately 350 hours of continuous gaming* True 7,200 DPI optical sensor Up to 220 IPS / 30 G Adaptive Frequency Technology On-the-fly sensitivity adjustment Gaming-grade tactile scroll wheel Ambidextrous design with enhanced rubber side grips Five independently programmable Hyperesponse buttons 1000 Hz Ultrapolling 4 GHz dongle Razer Synapse 3 enabled Approximate size: 99.7 mm / 3.9 in (Length) X 62.8 mm / 2.5 in (Width) X 34.1 mm / 1.35 in (Height) Approximate weight 66g / 0.14 lbs (Excluding batteries) Includes 2 X AA batteries (*Battery life depends on usage settings) Product Dimensions 9.97 x 6.28 x 3.41 cm Product Weight 0.066 kg Package Weight 0.1 kg What’s In The Box 1 x Razer Atheris 2 x AA batteries 1 x User Manual Warranty 1-year warranty Read more
Logitech B100 6 Stores
Comfort in hand Left-handed or right, you can work comfortably all day long with this ambidextrous mouse. Smooth operator You’re in control with smooth, responsive optical tracking that moves the cursor just where you want it. Ready in no time This plug-and-play mouse is simple to set up—you just plug it in to your USB and get back to business. Comfortable, ambidextrous design The comfortable, lower-profile shape feels good in either hand—even after a long day of work. 800 dpi optical precision You’ll enjoy smooth, precise cursor control that lets you edit documents and navigate the Web more efficiently. Zero setup It works right out of the box—you just plug it into your USB port and you’re ready for business. Built by Logitech® This mouse comes with the quality and design we’ve built into more than a billion mice, more than any other manufacturer. Specs & Details • System Requirements Windows-based PC  Windows Vista® or Windows® 7, Windows 8, Windows 10  USB port Linux®-based PC  Linux kernel 2.4+  USB port Mac® computer  Mac OS® X 10.3.9 or later  USB port Chrome OS™ Technical Specifications • Corded mouse • 3 buttons • USB connectivity • Optical tracking • 800 dpi resolution • Cable: 5-ft 9-in (180 cm) approx • Works with Windows Vista®, Windows® 7, Windows 8, Windows 10 • Chrome OS Linux penguin Tux created by Larry Ewing and The Gimp. Linux® is the registered trademark of Linus Torvalds. Package Contents o Logitech® B100 Optical USB Mouse Warranty Information 3-year Limited hardware warranty Part Number PN: 910-001439 Read more
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Logitech M720
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Logitech M720 Triathlon, Right-hand, Optical, Bluetooth, 1000 DPI, 135 g, Black

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Factors to Consider When Choosing a Computer Mouse

A computer mouse allows users to navigate and interact with a computer’s user interface by controlling its pointer, enabling a smooth and controlled experience throughout. Since the mouse is typically the most oft-used computer peripheral, it is advisable to spend some time to research what you need to find the right one for you.

Ergonomics

Perhaps the most crucial aspect when choosing any computer peripheral is its ease of use, and when it comes to mice, comfort is an aspect that you cannot compromise on. When choosing a mouse, you should choose one that fits your hand palm. Imagine using a mouse that does not suit your palm for at least 8 hours a day while you are working. Not only will it cause you discomfort but it might cause you to contract some physical problems in the long run such as aches, finger numbness, et cetera.

Wired or Wireless

You also need to consider whether you prefer a wired or wireless mouse. The advantage of using a wireless mouse is that you will not get tangled in the cord. However, you might encounter running out of batteries at an inopportune time. Even though some wireless mice today come with charging docks so that you do not worry about buying batteries, you will still need to always bring along the dock. On the other hand, you need not worry about batteries or power when it comes to wired mice. The downside though is that wired mice can be a little cumbersome due to its cords. Moreover, a wired mouse is not as versatile as its wireless counterparts as it can only be extended as long as its cord.

Programmable Buttons

Everyone knows that a computer mouse typically consists of a left-click button, a right-click button, and a scroll wheel in the middle. However, many mice today also come with additional buttons that are located on the side of the device. These buttons can be programmed to set up specific functions which can be extremely useful and convenient.

Laser or Optical Mouse

A computer mouse operates by tracking in “dots per inch” (dpi). An optical mouse can usually track between 400-800 dpi whereas a laser mouse can track more than 2000 dpi. A mouse that has a higher dpi does not necessarily mean it is better. If you are using a mouse for everyday computing purposes, you typically do not require a high dpi model and can settle for an optical mouse. Gamers and graphic designers, however, might require the additional sensitivity of a higher dpi mouse as it provides extra preciseness.

Budget

You also need to consider your budget before purchasing a mouse. In the market, computer mice are available across all price ranges – from budget models to top-tier devices. It goes without saying that mice that have additional features will cost more so you need to think if you will be needing those extra additions or if you can settle for a basic mouse.

Looking to expand your tech kit, other computer peripherals that you can consider include keyboards and computer monitors.