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Best Wireless Mouse 2023 • 8 Wireless Mouses Reviews

To ensure that you’re buying the best wireless mouse, we’ve spent a good amount of time testing each of the items in the product table below making a comparison. The computer mouse is often considered a secondary or “peripheral” accessory to a computer. However, it can be an item of great importance. Because most laptops come with a touchpad or trackpad, you can often work without using a mouse. You may even occasionally use an old mouse that came with your old desktop computer. However, when it is time to buy a new, wireless mouse for yourself, it is important to carefully choose a high-quality mouse that fits your own personal needs. This accessory allows you to pursue some of your hobbies and work activities much more effectively and safely. If you are thinking of upgrading your mouse, you have come to the right place. The following guide will help you choose the best wireless mouse.

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What is a Wireless Mouse and how does it work?

With the rise of the personal computer came the rise of the computer mouse. When the standard version grew in popularity it didn’t take long until a wireless version was developed and became increasingly marketable.

Major tech brands such as Apple or Logitech started to produce wireless mouses using Bluetooth or radio frequency with the requirement of an USB receiver around the turn of the millenium. The convenience of operating wire-free and the opportunity of being very flexible due to not being tethered to the main computing device made the wireless mouse become standard in many personal computing environments.

Advantages and Disadvantages of a Wireless Mouse

Our product test shows that a wireless mouse has a lot of benefits. It offers comfort and a level of convenience that can’t be reached by a wired mouse. In our opinion these are the strongest points for a wireless mouse:


  • More freedom
  • Improvements in response time and accuracy
  • Fewer cords
  • Smoother movement due to the lack of a cord
  • ergonomically better because you don’t have to follow the cable


  • bad signal at times
  • possibility of dead batteries

Shopping Criteria for Wireless Mouses

Because most laptops incorporate a touchpad or trackpad, many people choose to work without a mouse. In our opinion however, a high-quality wireless mouse is much more comfortable and practical than a touchpad. To choose the right mouse, you will need to carefully assess certain criteria. Following are some of the most important factors to consider when looking for the best wireless mouse for your own individual needs.

  • Design
  • Power Supply
  • Comfort
  • Dominant Hand Versatility
  • Use


Design is very important when choosing the best wireless mouse, in terms of quality/price in the market. Tests show that an ergonomic design will help you prevent future injuries resulting from prolonged use of the wireless mouse. The first thing you should decide is whether you will choose a mouse with a horizontal or vertical design.

Horizontal mouses are the most common types of mouse. However, some people find a vertical design more comfortable in comparison to horizontal ones.
Our product test confirms that the important thing is that the mouse fits well with the size and shape of your hand. A mouse with a particular color and shape will also contribute to an attractive work environment.

Power Supply

The wireless mouse, not being connected through a cable to the computer, naturally needs a power supply. Our test showed that the most common power supply for mouses is a single AA or AAA battery, although some models may require two. Normally, these batteries last a considerably long time. This depends, of course, on the type of battery and the model of the mouse itself.

There are also mouses available with rechargeable batteries. This power system requires you to charge the mouse by temporarily connecting the device to the computer or another power source using a USB cable. Most models do not allow you to use the mouse while charging. In our opinion there is another interesting option: some wireless mouses use a special mousepad that functions as an induction power supply. This system requires the mousepad to be connected to a power supply.

Did you know: The early versions of the mouse were named after a different critter – the turtle.


In our opinion the mouse is a piece of equipment that must be, above all, comfortable. Otherwise, using it will be very irritating and it will distract you from your work on the computer. The product test displays that your choice of mouse should be mainly influenced by your comfort. It is important that your wireless mouse is ergonomically appropriate and fits well with the size and features of your hand.

It’s also best if the mouse has a good grip. It could be very uncomfortable to use a mouse that slips from between your fingers. Our test points out that it is important to pay close attention to the material with which the mouse is made, as well as its finish on the clicking surfaces. Comfort is an essential factor, especially if you are going to use the mouse for extended periods of time.

Dominant Hand Versatility

“Dominant hand” refers to the hand with which you use the mouse. That is, whether you are right- or left-handed. The test shows that many commercially available mouses are ambidextrous. This means that they have a design that fits equally well in the left or the right hand. In this case, you only have to configure the buttons to your dominant hand.

Vertical wireless mouses,in comparison, are designed to be used with either the right or left hand, but not both. Although some of their buttons are configurable, it is inadvisable to use a left-handed vertical mouse if you are right-handed, nor vice versa. If you decide to try using a vertical mouse,it’s best to buy the correct model for your own dominant hand, be it left or right.

If you want a mouse that can be used by both right- and left-handed people, you should buy a configurable, ambidextrous mouse.

If you want a mouse for prolonged use and avoiding injuries, it’s best to buy a vertical mouse.

If you want a mouse to use with video games, you should buy a gaming mouse.


Finally, knowing how you are going to use your wireless mouse will help you make the best decision. There are people who use their mouse only occasionally, since they do not often use a computer. In our opinion for them, a very basic wireless mouse will be sufficient, since they will not need to worry about being exposed to injuries or discomfort. Our test displays that for these buyers, there are plenty of very stylish and inexpensive wireless mouses for occasional use.

If you are going to use the mouse for more prolonged periods of time, it’s best to carefully weigh your options. In our opinion for a daily use, an ergonomic design is very important. If your intention is to use the wireless mouse for computer games, you may need a configurable wireless mouse with more buttons, but comfort is still very important, as games can go on for hours at a time.

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Can the buttons on a wireless mouse be customized?

In principle, most wireless mouses on the market today allow you to customize their buttons. Our test proves that this is especially useful in case of ambidextrous mouses. With this type of mouse, it doesn’t matter if the user is right- or left-handed. All you need to do is simply change the mouse’s orientation and configure the buttons appropriately for each person who uses the mouse. In comparison to ambidextrous mouses, wireless mouses whose designs are more focused on computer games often incorporate a greater number of buttons. This is to provide greater versatility to the user. Our test points out that in addition to the two main buttons additional buttons can be used to perform the specific tasks of the video game in question. In the case of such a “gamer mouse,” customization will depend on the design of each mouse and each video game. In principle, extra buttons incorporated into mouse models designed for video games should be customizable as well. However, due to the wide range of models that exist, it is advisable to make sure they are customizable to the extent you need, for the games you will be playing, before you make your purchase.

What exactly is “DPI” on a wireless mouse?

DPI stands for “dots per inch.” In relation to a wireless mouse, it is related to the mouse’s sensitivity. The number expressed in dots per inch refers to the points that the mouse recognizes on a screen. With a higher DPI–the higher that number of recognized points–the higher the sensitivity of the mouse. However, it is not necessarily always better to have a higher DPI. If this number is very high, the mouse could be excessively sensitive and therefore difficult to handle with precision. In the gaming field, on the contrary, a high DPI can be very useful. There are games that require high precision and, consequently, great sensitivity. Many mouses allow you to set the DPI on them for optimal usage.

Is it better for my health to use a high-quality wireless mouse?

It is important to practice good habits and posture when you spend a lot of time in front of the computer. Especially for your back and neck. However, your hands, wrist, elbow and shoulder can also be affected by intensive use of a mouse. Therefore, having a good wireless mouse that is ergonomically appropriate is important. In comparison to people with limited computer and mouse usage, it is very important to choose a comfortable model if you are going to use a wireless mouse for many hours at a time. In this way, you will avoid using a forced posture, and thereby future injuries and pain can be better avoided.

How does a wireless mouse get its power?

The most common system for powering wireless mouses is through disposable batteries. The most common size of this battery is AA or AAA and each wireless mouse normally uses only one or two batteries. These batteries tend to last a long time in wireless mouses and while not necessarily the best environmental choice, they are quite economical. Another power system used by wireless mouses is an internal, rechargeable battery. In comparison to the dischargeable batteries with this method the mouse is charged by connecting it through a cable, usually a USB cable, to the computer or other power source. Some models allow the use of the mouse while charging, although usually the mouse will not operate while recharging. There is another power option, but it is usually a little more costly in comparison to the other two types. These wireless mouses do not include a battery and are powered by induction when placed on top of a mousepad base. Of course, the movement that the mouse can make is limited to the dimensions of the base. Battery-Operated Mouse: The battery life of these mouses is usually very long. It depends, of course, on the mouse and battery model but it’s very convenient that the mouse does not to be recharged. If you do wanna save the waste of disposable batteries, you can always just use two sets of rechargeable batteries and switch if it’s needed. That’s the big disadvantage of this computer mouse: the batteries must be replaced every now and then. Rechargeable Battery Mouse: Do not need disposable batteries. But many models do not allow the use of the mouse while the battery is recharging because the mouse must be connected in order to recharge. Also the mouse usually does not last as long as those with disposable batteries.

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