Logitech Performance Mouse MX
Logitech Performance Mouse MX

Best wireless mouse

The Logitech Performance Mouse MX receives high praise in several reviews for its general-use functionality. Experts say the Performance Mouse MX offers precise cursor control no matter what you're doing online. A Darkfield optical sensor lets you move the mouse across almost any solid surface, including clear glass (sometimes a challenge for mice). Hyperspeed scrolling and customizable buttons provide added flexibility, but some reviewers note that the Logitech Performance Mouse MX has an awkward button layout.
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Logitech Wireless Gaming Mouse G700
Logitech Wireless Gaming Mouse G700

Best gaming mouse

Although it's heavier than most gaming mice, the Logitech G700 takes top honors for its precise laser, quick response and comfortable matte grip. Gamers in the heat of battle can alter sensitivity up to 5,700 dots per inch (dpi). Onboard memory lets gamers store up to five player profiles, and 13 programmable buttons access keystroke and macro commands with a single click. But as with most gaming mice, battery life in the G700 is relatively short.
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Cooler Master Spawn Gaming Mouse
Cooler Master Spawn Gaming Mouse

Budget gaming mouse

Although it lacks some of the features of the Logitech G700 and has a lower maximum sensitivity, the Cooler Master Spawn Gaming Mouse is a solid lower-priced wired option for gamers, reviewers say. It has seven programmable buttons, and reviewers praise its responsiveness and sensitivity, as well as its thoughtful button placement. Sensitivity can be adjusted to several preset values on the fly. However, reviewers warn that it works best for gamers who use a "claw grip" style, resting the palm (rather than the base of the hand) on the mouse.
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Microsoft Arc Touch
Microsoft Arc Touch

Best laptop mouse

If you want a mouse that can easily slip into a laptop bag, you need a travel mouse. In this category, we found the best reviews for the lightweight Microsoft Arc Touch Mouse, which folds up for transport yet is comfortable to use. Instead of a center scroll wheel, it has a touch-sensitive strip that responds to a variety of gestures. This wireless mouse comes with a tiny USB receiver for your laptop, and the receiver attaches to the bottom of the mouse magnetically for storage. Two AA batteries should last about six months; there's no available charging cradle. Reviewers also praise the Microsoft Arc Touch Mouse's sharp styling, ability to track on multiple types of surfaces, and touch abilities. Reviews are split on whether the arch is comfortable for long-term use, and some writers find the mouse's buttons hard to press.
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