The first question to ask yourself whenever buying any sort of PC hardware is “what will I use this device for?”. This single question will tell you exactly what you need, can help you choose between a cheaper or a more premium model, and will help you narrow down the number of options. This process also applies to mice!
Any wireless mouse can help you keep your desk tidy, with no messy cables getting in the way, but only the best wireless mouse will also be able to track properly, feel just right in your hand and help you get your job done or game without any problems.
Computer mice. Every single one of us has one, and usually, you don’t really notice the little rodent. And yet it is so essential. So much more ergonomic than any trackpad can be. The Logitech MX Master 3 review grants power users additional freedom in their way of working. The device is very comfortable, very precise, and the added options allow a lot of individual personalization. Most of the features are not necessary for normal users, this mouse is in fact aimed at professionals.
Microsoft peripherals have enjoyed a very good reputation for a long time. In recent years, Redmond’s keyboards and mice have steered less of a fuss since they are more focused on the business side with the advent of Surface devices. Nevertheless, Microsoft still managed to churn out some spectacular albeit understated devices and the Microsoft Surface Precision Mouse is one of them.
Silence is golden? If the answer is yes you have to consider the M330 Silent Plus mouse from Logitech. Beware though that it has only three buttons, and that the wireless connection is not Bluetooth, but requires a USB dongle.
The Logitech M570 is an ergonomic mouse that works with a trackball system. You use it without moving the wrist and thus is more comfortable. It is nonetheless very precise and its build quality is remarkable. In short, an excellent accessory.
I must admit that I tried several alternative mice, and they were almost always more ergonomic, but the convenience of the touch gestures and the fluidity of movement, always makes me come back to the Magic Mouse. It’s a matter of taste, of course, but I find it more practical. However, I don’t think that there is a valid reason to update from the older version. The Magic Mouse 2 is just an improved version for new buyers. I still think that Apple could have avoided this update since the improvements are marginal at best.