Are you tired of your wired mouse at home? Why not try a high-end wireless mouse on our list. We offer you the best ones on the market that will give you free-roaming experience in all of your computer needs. They feature haptic feedback, adjustable sensitivity, programmable keys, and more!
#6: Anker 2.4G Wireless Vertical Ergonomic Optical Mouse
This wireless mouse claims that it can help you position your hand in neutral position and can reduce wrist movement to avoid discomfort and injury. However, it is uncomfortable for people with smaller hands because it would be difficult for them to reach the mouse's buttons, as well as for people with larger hands because it forces their pinky finger off of the mouse and onto their desk.
#5: Logitech Performance Mouse MX
This wireless mouse gives comfort large-handed people. It offers nine programmable buttons yet has a mediocre scroll wheel and it lacks the MX Master 2S’s thumb scroll wheel, Bluetooth, and support for Logitech’s latest software. It has a Darkfield sensor that tracks smoothly on all surfaces including mirrors and glass. It has nine customizable buttons, plus Zoom button on the left side. It uses a built-in rechargeable battery, and you can still use the mouse while it’s charging via USB. The con is that its application-switcher button in the thumb rest is surrounded by a plastic frame with a sharp edge that can dig into your thumb.
#4: Logitech M585 Multi-Device
This wireless mouse is affordable and widely available. It is tall and wide enough to offer proper palm support for extended use. It works well on all surfaces except for mirrors and glass. It connects via 2.4 GHz wireless Unifying Receiver or Bluetooth that means it is limited to a wider variety of devices.
#3: Logitech MX Master 2S Wireless Mouse
This wireless mouse gives comfort to all hands sizes and grips. It has the ability to pair and switch between multiple Bluetooth devices. It offers six programmable buttons and a second scroll wheel for your thumb, it supports Logitech’s Flow software, and it has a rechargeable battery. You can connect via an included 2.4 GHz wireless Logitech Unifying Receiver if ever your computer has no Bluetooth. Unfortunately, you will have to buy a new mouse if the battery degrades since the battery is built in.
#2: Logitech M720 Triathlon Multi-Device Wireless Mouse
This wireless mouse can connect via a USB RF dongle or Bluetooth and can pair with up to three Bluetooth devices at a time. It has six programmable buttons, useful software, and long battery life. It is coated with matte plastic that does not make your hand sweat. The sensor of this mouse is centered making it is much easier to control its pointer,
#1: Logitech Marathon Mouse M705
This wireless mouse is very affordable with outstanding features such as eight customizable buttons, long battery life, and Logitech’s Unifying Receiver for you connect up to six Logitech keyboards and pointing devices via a single USB port that made it to the top of our list for the best wireless mouse you can buy. It provides great comfort without causing your hands to sweat or stick and it does not work in mirrors and glass. The only con is that the application-switcher button on the thumb rest makes it difficult to locate by touch.