The Best Notebook Mouse
Published by OnlyBestLaptops, on Apr 16 2011, in the categories: Netbook Mouses
Very often the track pad on your notebook might not satisfy your needs or might prevent you from engaging in gaming or any other application that requires mouse control. Thus, you will need an external mouse that you can carry around along with your computer. You will also want wireless mouse, although it’s not a must, since less cables means more free space. The following are some of the best selection when it comes to choosing an external mouse for your laptop.
Logitech Anywhere Mouse MX
This is one of your best options since its “Darkfield” technology allows it to work on almost any surface. So it’s a great option if you find yourself traveling a lot. It has a very fast scroll wheel which allows you to go through large documents without constantly having to actually scroll. This is a compact yet very ergonomic mouse that you will find very enjoyable to use for long periods of time. It also comes with batteries that last a long time so you don’t have to constantly change them.
Microsoft Explorer Mini Mouse
This is an excellent choice for a notebook mouse primarily because of its compact design. Yet, you will have a very comfortable position using it. It also has a “BlueTrack” system that is much more efficient than the standard laser trackers, which will allow you to use it on various surfaces with ease. Due to its compact size it’s a very good mouse to have when travelling.
Apple Magic Mouse
This one is of course best used with an Apple notebook. But if you want a slick and comfortable mouse to use while on the move, this is a very good choice.
The sensor underneath the top detects your finger position so each click motion is interpreted with accuracy. Its design doesn’t allow any dust or dirt inside so you don’t need to worry about cleaning it. The great thing about it is that it’s ambidextrous. It connects via Bluetooth so you won’t have any need for any type of transceivers.11