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Best Wireless Mouse 2016

Updated on November 11, 2015

A wireless mouse is a good idea for most computer users. It cuts down on the number of annoying cables and a wireless mouse gives you a sense of freedom that a cable mouse doesn't.

Wireless mice can be divided into 2 groups: mice for the PC and mice for use with a laptop. A mouse that is used with a laptop needs to be compact, so you can travel with it easily. You can't get the same level of comfort or precision that you expect with a good wireless PC mouse.

In best wireless mouse 2016 we have reviewed some of the best mice of each type to help you find the perfect mouse for your needs.

Best wireless mouse 2016
Best wireless mouse 2016

Razer Mamba Wireless Gaming Laser Mouse

I cannot really recommend the Mamba to PC users who don't game. The reason is there are too many features you are paying for, without using them.

It's hard to describe the difference this mouse makes to someone who hasn't used it. It's only once you use it that you realize that even the best mouse you owned before was only a piece of junk.

The Mamba's statistics are: 1ms polling, 5,600 DPI refresh rate and it comes with a precision 3.5G laser sensor. These stats aren't just impressive, for a wireless mouse they are unique. It means that the mouse is very sensitive and responds to input immediately.

The Mamba uses a lithium ion rechargeable battery. You can charge the Mamba using the charging stand or with a USB cable. Not having to stop use to recharge is a big plus in my book. When you plug in the USB cable the Mamba works just like a cable mouse. The battery runs for 14 hours of continuous game play or 72 hours of irregular use.

Best laptop wireless mouse 2016
Best laptop wireless mouse 2016

HP Wireless Comfort Mobile Mouse

With laptop mice you tend to use them with your fingers without resting your palm on them. This isn't really comfortable and your fingers get tired after a while. The HP mouse is our top pick because it is both compact and comfortable to use.

I recently purchased this fine mouse, and received it rather quickly. The packing was good, and I was easily able to access the product. The price is amazing! I have used this mouse while traveling, and it is so steady. I also work from home, so I need a mouse that is truly reliable. I can honestly say that this mouse works for me. The laser sensor offers smooth tracking and instant response time. It is designed to fit both hands, and the blue LED makes it look really professional. You can connect it to your PC via a small micro receiver. The 2.4 GHz micro receivers are so small; you can leave them plugged into your notebook. From volume controls to application launches, this mouse is surely for you!

Top wireless mouse 2016 for general use.
Top wireless mouse 2016 for general use.

Logitech Performance Mouse MX

The Logitech Performance mouse works really great. This wireless mouse is fairly priced, with preferred shipping. I love the laser tracking, which makes the mouse highly compatible. You can use this mouse on many surfaces, including glass. The plug-and-play feature saves time and lets you get right to work. It has a great recharging system, which allows you to use your mouse at the same time. I like the futuristic design and easy to use controls. The buttons and tilt wheel are smooth yet work fantastic. You can grip the mouse with ease, while you navigate through documents and files. The wireless mouse is also designed with precise thumb controls. I absolutely love this mouse and suggest you pick one up today!

Logitech V220 Cordless Optical Mouse

The Logitech cordless mouse is simply great! It comes in a wide array of colors and styles. The plug-and-play feature offers simplicity at its finest. It is so user-friendly, and glides really smoothly across the mouse pad. You can easily control this mouse for all your internet browsing needs.

The USB mini-receiver works like a charm, with truly strong sensor capturing. This great mouse works with both PC and Mac platforms. It uses just 1 AA battery, which is perfect in today’s economic climate. The tilt wheel is large and highly visible. This makes it easier to operate, control and access. The LED warning light lets you know if it’s time to change that battery. This mouse also has an off/on switch, making it a true economic tool. With its cost-effective features, this mouse comes highly recommended.

Microsoft Wireless Notebook Optical Mouse

Microsoft has created a dynamic wireless mouse here. With its slick style and design, it can really enhance your computer. From desktops to laptops, the user-friendly features are amazing. The high-definition optical technology offers precise and smooth tracking. The snap-in receiver is energy efficient, and really saves battery life. It is equipped with soft rubber side grips and finger grooves. It works great on glass surfaces. There is no friction with the mouse pad, and it glides perfectly. It is lightweight, portable, and truly enhances notebook compatibility. I love the easy installation.

It takes 1 battery, and of course you will need an available USB port. It accentuates your every click and move, with a cursor that does not scramble all over the screen.

Verbatim 96781 Nano Wireless Notebook Optical Mouse

The Verbatim wireless mouse is amazing. I love the futuristic dark design. The price is incredible, and it’s equipped with high-end Nano technologies. The receiver is small and connects in a breeze. It is truly reliable, and enhances high-quality performance. The grip is smooth and comfortable, with rubber sides for instant control. The packaging is good, and it consists of 2 batteries and the Nano receiver. You should also get the software CD and instructional manual.

We hope these wireless mouse reviews were informative and useful. If you are looking to purchase the best wireless mouse in 2016, you simply cannot go wrong with these reliable products.

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      Steve Johnson 

      8 years ago

      Just bought the Z-Nano mouse. It is the smallest mouse around, according to Guinness World.

      In my opinion, has to be one of the coolest travelling mouse around. Easy to use, and I love the magnetic snapping of the cable to the mouse. Extremely small but with loads of features.

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      8 years ago

      Microsoft Wireless Laser Mouse 6000... only microsoft product that will touch my desk.

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      8 years ago

      The apple magic mouse is the best mouse in my opinion. It was great multi-touch support which is really use to get used to and saves a lot of time. Once you start using it, any other mouse will feel out of date. If you download a free application called BetterTouchTool, you can easily customize the magic mouse with many multitouch gestures and dozens of options, such as right clicking with two fingers. The only downside of the magic mouse is that it lacks multi-touch support on windows, but if you mainly use mac os x, I highly recommend it.

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      8 years ago from Kualapuu, Hawaii

      I really liked to use wireless mouse because for me its very comfortable to the hand.

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      8 years ago from UK

      Searching for the wireless mouse that best suites for me. Your Hub help to know some valuable informations.

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      Sandra Mireles 

      8 years ago from Texas

      Nice info on mice for the laptop. My mother was just complaining about her mouse not working so it is off to shop for a new one. You helped enormously! Thank you.


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