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Our 7 Favorite Wireless Mouses

As society becomes more dependent on technology for personal and professional use, tech-related injuries such as tech-neck and carpal tunnel are becoming more common. One way to ensure tech safety is by using a mouse that works best for you — both physically and by meeting all of your user needs. Here are seven of our favorite wireless mice on the market. (All links and prices are accurate as of the date of publication.)

Logitech MX Master 3

The Logitech MX Master 3 is an upgraded version of the MX Master 2S, also quite popular.

Perfect for professional and personal use, this mouse has seven buttons/dials. It can connect to three devices, making switching from a work computer to a personal computer that much easier.

This device also boasts a 70-day battery life when fully charged, making it easy to take this mouse without worrying about the battery dying halfway through a task. The Darkfield Tracking with a 4000 DPI sensor allows users to scroll practically anywhere — even on glass.

Built for comfort and usability, the Master 3 also features perfectly placed buttons and dials making it easier to use for more extended periods.

Razer Naga Pro

Considered one of the best mice by MMO gamers, the Razer Naga Pro is an excellent wireless option, featuring 100 hours of gameplay and 150 hours using Bluetooth connectivity.

This mouse looks intimidating — it features swappable side button plates that come in 2-, 6-, and 12-button options. The buttons can be reprogrammed to the user’s preferences as well.

On top of the customizability in plates, this mouse is comfortable and an excellent choice for gamers. It is faster than many of the traditional mechanical switches. This mouse can do so by using a beam-based actuation functionality, making it possible to register clicks at light speed.

Logitech Lift Vertical Ergonomic Mouse

The Logitech Lift Vertical Ergonomic Mouse is an excellent option for people who have problems with carpal tunnel or want to avoid any wrist issues in the future.

Unlike the mouse shape people are used to, this vertical wireless mouse allows the user to navigate while keeping their hand at a 57-degree angle, rather than trying to force their wrist to be turned down all day.

This vertical device is unique because it comes in various sizes and is even available in a left-handed version. Sold in three colors, this mouse is Ergo-certified and can connect to a Mac, iPad, Chrome OS, Linux, and Windows device using Bluetooth or the Logi Bolt USB.

Microsoft Arc Mouse

The Microsoft Arc Mouse is a sleek and easily portable mouse option for those who live in the hybrid work realm and tend to be on the go.

This mouse snaps flat. You can transport it in a pants pocket if needed.

The Microsoft Arc Mouse boasts a wide wireless range, including up to 16.4ft in an office setting or 32.8 feet in an open space. The Arc Mouse requires two AAA batteries but boasts a battery life of up to six months. It weighs less than three ounces (including the batteries) and is available in eight colors.

Logitech M510

The Logitech M510 wireless mouse is another excellent mouse and is the most inexpensive option on this list, coming in at $19.99.

An ergonomically designed mouse, the Logitech M510 features a contoured shape to provide the support needed to work comfortably for as long as necessary.

This wireless mouse lasts two years and has an on/off switch and a smart sleep mode that saves power and extends battery life. There is even a small indicator light, so a user knows when to swap out the batteries.

Razer Basilisk X Hyperspeed

The Razer Basilisk X Hyperspeed is another excellent gaming mouse. This new device is up to 25% faster than competitors but maintains low latency for optimal gaming.

With two connectivity options, this mouse can be connected using Hyperspeed Wireless or Bluetooth. It also features six buttons that are programmable using Razer Synapse 3.

On top of these features, the X Hyperspeed also has 450 hours of battery life.

Corsair Dark Core RGB Pro

The Corsair Dark Core RGB Pro is curved for comfort and has interchangeable side grips for a truly user-friendly experience.

This mouse is also aesthetically unique in that it has nine-zone RGB backlighting. It also features an integrated lightbar with tons of color customizations available to the user.

The Dark Core RGB Pro can connect to a device using Bluetooth, a wired USB, or Slipstream Wireless tech. It comes in two options — standard charging or Qi wireless charging.

There you have it! Seven mouse options, all designed to meet your specific technological needs. Happy shopping!

Shari Tingle

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