Best Wireless Mouse

When you’re trying the get the right setup for working long hours at your desk, a good wireless mouse is important. It’s often overlooked when setting up your own workspace, with more attention paid to an expensive desk or an ergonomic keyboard. However, a mouse is just as important if you spend a lot of time working.

However, there are many different wireless mice out there to choose from, and it can be difficult to know which one would be the best mouse for you. So, let’s take a look at some of the top brands on the market and compare them to each other!

Best Wireless Mouse

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Logitech MX Master 3Logitech MX Master 3 Advanced Wireless Mouse for Mac, Ultrafast Scrolling, Use on Any Surface, Ergonomic, 4000 DPI, Customisation, USB-C, Bluetooth, USB, Apple Mac - Space Grey4000DPIFind Best Price
Apple Magic MouseApple Magic Mouse 21300DPIFind Best Price
Logitech M330Logitech M330 Silent Plus Wireless Mouse, 2.4 GHz with USB Nano Receiver, 1000 DPI Optical Tracking, 3 Buttons, 24 Month Life Battery, PC / Mac / Laptop / Chromebook - Black1000DPIFind Best Price
HP Z3700HP Z3700 White 2.4 GHz USB  Slim Wireless Mouse with Blue LED1200 DPI Optical Sensor, Up to 16 Months Battery Life1200DPIFind Best Price

Logitech MX Master 3

Logitech MX Master 3 Advanced Wireless Mouse for Mac, Ultrafast Scrolling, Use on Any Surface, Ergonomic, 4000 DPI, Customisation, USB-C, Bluetooth, USB, Apple Mac - Space Grey

The Logitech MX Master series have produced some of the best mice in recent years. First there was the MX Master, then the MX Anywhere 2, and then the MX Master 3.

It has a very high DPI (4000), which means that it can be as sensitive as you need it to be. If you like to work at a fast pace, then this can be an advantage – however, the reality is that mice with this kind of DPI are mainly made for gaming, as you don’t need 4000 DPI to do office work.

However, I still like this mouse for working because of it’s ergonomic design. This is the 3rd generation of MX Master, and they’ve tweaked it each time to make it a little better. This feels comfortable in hand, and it’s easy to scroll with too. Also, bear in mind that Logitech have released a different model for both Mac and Windows. So, you’ll need to ensure that you get the right one for whichever OS you’re using.

The downsides? Well, the expense. If you’re looking for a cheap wireless mouse, then skip past this one as it’s pretty costly. However if you have the money to invest into your home setup, then it’s worth looking at the MX Master series.

Apple Magic Mouse

Apple Magic Mouse 2

If you’re a Windows user, then you can skip past this one straight away! However, for Mac users the Magic mouse is definitely something you should consider.

Although it has it’s critics, personally I love the Magic mouse. It’s very easy to use, and it’s shortcuts make using a Mac a whole lot easier. You can scroll up and down the page by just running your finger across the top of the mouse, and you can zoom in just by double tapping it. It has a really good battery life, and you just need to remember to charge every couple of weeks. You can use the Magic mouse on a variety of different surfaces, too.

The only downsides of the Magic mouse are really it’s price, and perhaps it’s design isn’t suited for some people. The flat design isn’t really ergonomically friendly, so it’s not going to be the best option for your wrist. However, if you can get along with the flat design, then there are a lot of good things about the Magic mouse.

Logitech M330

Logitech M330 Silent Plus Wireless Mouse, 2.4 GHz with USB Nano Receiver, 1000 DPI Optical Tracking, 3 Buttons, 24 Month Life Battery, PC / Mac / Laptop / Chromebook - Black

What are you looking for in a mouse? If it’s quiet clicking sounds, then the M330 is as close to silent as you’re going to get.

It has the standard left and right mouse buttons with a scrolling wheel in the middle. However, the wheel does make a little bit of noise, more so than the clicking buttons. It has a DPI of 1000, and it’s very easy to set it up and get going and set it up via Bluetooth. It’s also a good option in terms of ergonomics too, as it’s rubber grip make it easy to use throughout the day.

This mouse works via both a Bluetooth connection and it also comes with a USB receiver too just in case. So overall, this is one of my favourite mice if you’re looking for something reliable, quiet and relatively cheap.

HP Z3700

HP Z3700 White 2.4 GHz USB  Slim Wireless Mouse with Blue LED1200 DPI Optical Sensor, Up to 16 Months Battery Life

If you like the design of the Magic mouse but want something cheaper, or want something to use with Windows OS, then consider the HP Z3700. It’s very similar to Apple’s model, and it has the same flat design that looks super attractive.

Unlike the Magic mouse, it does have a scroll wheel in it’s centre, which many people will prefer if you’re used to using a traditional mouse. The good thing about this design is that it’s not only sleek, but it’ll work on the majority of different worktops just fine. It has a 1200 DPI, which is more than enough for office work and pretty much anything except gaming, really.

This mouse is powered by a single AA battery, and it’s estimated to last up to 16 months. The main downside of this mouse is that it isn’t Bluetooth, so it would take up one of your USB ports, which can be annoying. However aside from this, it’s a good option.

Common Questions about Wireless Mice

Should I get a Bluetooth wireless mouse?

Typically, wireless mouse come in two different fashions – Bluetooth or USB dongle. Of course, the better option of the two is going to be Bluetooth. There isn’t much of a different in terms of performance between the two, however a USB dongle takes up one of your USB ports! This can be a little annoying, which is why many people opt for a Bluetooth mouse.

Which brand wireless mouse is best?

I’ll be honest and say that most different brands out there have released some mouses that aren’t goo.d However, if you’re looking for the safest brands, then you can’t go wrong with Logitech or if you’re using a Mac, then their own products. You can also look at gaming mice by Razer, by sometimes these are overkill for office work.

How many DPI do I need?

The DPI is just essentially the sensitivity of your mouse. For anything except gaming, you don’t need anything more than 1000-1600 DPI. Obviously, gamers need more than this to be able to react to things on screen quicker. It can be worth getting a mouse with a higher DPI, as you can change this in the settings for office work anyways.

Do I need to turn my wireless mouse off?

It’s a simple question with a simple answer. If you want to make the most of it’s battery life, then yes. If you don’t really care about the difference between 6 months or 8 months before changing the batteries, then no. And if you’re really lazy like me, you’ll get a rechargeable mouse that you’ll leave on permanently!

How long will my mouses battery last?

It really depends on the mouse. Many mice nowadays still use batteries to charge them, and they’ll typically last anywhere from 6 months to a few years. You can also get rechargeable mice too, which stops the ned for any batteries.

Conclusion

In conclusion, there are a few different mice on the market that I’m a fan of, and you can never go wrong with opting for the best that Logitech and Apple are offering. Although if you are on a budget, there’s nothing wrong with opting for a cheaper wireless mouse anyway, especially if you’re not too picky about it’s specs or design!

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