Best Windows 10 PC mice to own today
One of the most important components of a Windows 10 computer, is the mouse, agreed? Most folks tend to use a mouse with a laptop because let’s face it, touchpads are terrible, even when they’re good.
There may never come a day when a touchpad will walk rings around a mouse, similar to how an onscreen keyboard is inferior to a hardware keyboard. Strangely enough, most smartphones no longer come with a physical keyboard.
We’re all looking for that one great mouse, the mouse to mouse them all or something of the sort. It’s very difficult to say this particular mouse is better than that other mouse because they are so much alike, and we can’t possibly try them all. Nevertheless, we can recommend a few, and these are ones we are certain will make your day.
From the budget to the expensive, these mice will have you saying, “where have you been all my life?”
Here are the best PC mice to buy right now
Logitech M510 Wireless Mouse (recommended)
If you’re out looking for a wireless mouse, then we have to recommend the Logitech M510. It’s an affordable mouse with a rubber grip, so it won’t slip easily due to excess palm sweat. It comes with a built-in battery right, and Logitech is promising up to 2-years of uptime. This is a device that will work with Windows XP right up to Windows 10.
Microsoft RVF-00052 Arc Touch Mouse (suggested)
There are times when Microsoft is the master at design, and other times, the company just simply fails. However, with the Arc Touch Mouse, the software giant is appearing as if it also wants to become the hardware giant.
The design of this mouse is one of the best we have ever seen. Users can bend it to be straight, or bend it into a shape that will fit perfectly in your hands. We should point out that the this is not a regular mouse because there are no physical buttons to press, just capacitive buttons. But don’t get overly scared, because they work. Furthermore, this device requires Windows 7 up to Windows 10 and comes with 2 AAA batteries in the package.
Razer DeathAdder Chroma
This right here is something for the Windows 10 gamers out there. It’s one of the best gaming mouse you’ll ever use, and why not? The mouse is made by Razer, the same company behind the awesome looking line of Razer gaming laptops.
The Razer DeathAdder Chroma comes with a 10,000dpi optical sensor, and it’s capable of speeds up to 200 inches per second. Furthermore, the body of the mouse can be illuminated with over 16.8 million, and it is customizable too.
Logitech G602 Gaming Wireless Mouse
Another gaming mouse on this list, and it’s the Logitech G602. Beautiful looking mouse, but you can already tell from the image above. It’s a wireless mouse, so you’ll be forced to contend with batteries. However, Logitech is saying the user can get 250 hours out of a single charge here, but we’re not certain if this only works with the pre-installed AA batteries.
Gamers should also get a lot of use out of the buttons. According to the company, these buttons should be able to take up to 20 million clicks before going bad. Strong words right there, but we like it. We also like the programmable buttons on the side, but that’s something almost all gaming mouse comes with, so no surprises here.
JETech Wireless Mobile Optical M0770 Mouse
Thanks to its 2.4G frequency technology, this mouse supports a working distance of up to 8M-10M. Infrared technology ensures smooth track over a variety of surfaces, so you don’t have to worry about buying a dedicated mouse pad.
The tiny USB receiver occupies minimal space on your computer. The JETech Wireless Mobile Optical M0770 mouse doesn’t require any driver installation, simply plug it in and play. The device also features three adjustable CPI levels (800/1200/1600). Its rubber grip and contoured body make it very ergonomic, allowing you to use it all day long.
If you’re looking for a classic, simple mouse, then the JETech Wireless Mobile Optical M0770 mouse is the perfect choice for you.
Anker 2.4G Wireless Vertical Ergonomic Optical Mouse
If you want to try a different-shaped mouse, buy the Anker Wireless Vertical Ergonomic Optical mouse. As its name suggests, this is a vertical mouse with an ergonomic design that significantly reduces wrist and arm strain.
This device supports three CPI levels, 800 / 1200 / 1600 for precise tracking on a wide range of surfaces. The two next and previous buttons provide convenience when webpage browsing.
It is worth mentioning that this mouse enters power saving mode after 8 minutes idle. To wake it up, simply press the right or left buttons.
Logitech M325 Wireless Mouse
The Logitech M325 wireless mouse quickly connects to your computer so that you can instantly start browsing. You don’t need directions to set it up or use it: simply plug in the USB receiver, turn it on and you’re ready to go.
It’s designed for web and supports micro-precise scrolling making searches, shopping and browsing easier. Its contoured shape and textured rubber grips reduce strain on your wrist even after long hours. The Logitech M325 wireless mouse is both very attractive and functional.
Kensington Orbit Trackball Mouse (suggested)
The Kensington Orbit Trackball mouse with Scroll Ring is a very comfortable and precise device. This impressive mouse allows you to quickly and easily scroll through web pages and documents. And you don’t even have to click.
It also comes with a customizable 2-button design through the TrackballWorks software and uses less desk space than a mouse. The pack also includes a detachable wrist rest for pain-free productivity during extended periods of activity.
Interested in the Kensington Orbit Trackball Mouse?
We hope that this list helped you in your decision-making process. As you can see, the mice listed above include a wide array of features and come in all shapes and sizes. Buy the one that best suits your needs.
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