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Mice: Buying Guide

The computer mouse is the most basic of all input methods for the home PC. Computer mice have become more sophisticated in the last few years, but the basic premise of how to control mice has remained the same. To help decide which mouse is right for you, this article has come up with some key questions you need to ask yourself before buying.

Comfort

It is important to consider how the mouse feels in your hand - mice should be comfortable. After all, you will be using the mouse a lot throughout the day.

When considering ergonomic mice, remember several key points:

- Can you grip the mouse comfortably in your hand?
- Is the mouse a comfortable shape in your hand?
- Is the mouse easy to move around?

These small considerations are important, as many people complain of wrist-based injuries such as repetitive strain injury as a result of uncomfortable mice.

Connectivity

Consider how your mouse is to be connected to your PC or laptop - corded mice are now commonly connected via USB cable, but there are also some mice formats that use different methods of connection, such as PS2 jacks.

Not all modern PCs have these connection formats, so be sure to understand what your home computer is capable of connecting to before purchasing a mouse.

Cordless mice

Cordless mice for example, (such as Logitech Wireless Mice) - use Bluetooth or similar technology to transmit the mouse's position and information to the PC. Cordless mice are by far more convenient to use, but are limited by their range, price and the fact that some of them are battery operated.

Mouse buttons

Next to consider is the number of buttons your mouse ha. This can range massively, from seemingly no buttons with Apple Mac mice to around ten buttons with specialised gaming or multimedia mice.

Tips

Consider what you are using your mouse for - the average PC user will need only two buttons, a left and right clicker and a scroll wheel. This will cover all of the basics a PC user needs. As mentioned before, however, there are many multimedia or gaming mice which have customisable buttons or extra keys which are optimised for online gaming or Photoshop editing etc.

While almost all new home computer kits come with a basic mouse set up, it is important (especially with prolonged use of the PC) to use the correct mouse to not only increase productivity, but also comfort.

Bear these factors in mind before choosing the correct mouse.

 
Logitech Wireless Mouse M560

Logitech Wireless Mouse M560

Logitech Mice
Optical - Wireless

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1 review - 1 feedback - 2 news - 5 videos - 4 photos
£933 Compare
 
HP X4000

HP X4000

HP Mice


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2 reviews - 24 user opinions - 3 news - 2 videos - 29 photos
HP Wireless Mouse X4000 DigitalVersus — 06-2012

The X4000 is fine for basic office work. It's inexpensive and glides easily over the table. But it may disappoint users who want something more out of their mouse, because it has only two buttons and...

£52 to £253 Compare
 
Logitech MX Performance Mouse

Logitech MX Performance Mouse

Logitech Mice


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6 reviews - 158 user opinions - 2 news - 10 videos - 34 photos
£83 to £356 Compare
 
Corsair Raptor M40

Corsair Raptor M40

Corsair Mice
Optical

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1 review - 41 user opinions - 8 videos - 4 photos
Is the latest gaming rodent from Corsair a clever girl? TechRadar — 10-2013

Slotting in just below the M60 in Corsair's gaming mouse range, the Raptor M40 is the result of a merger between the California-based peripherals giant and German manufacturer Raptor. The Raptor M40...

£114 to £397 Compare
 
Corsair VENGEANCE M65

Corsair VENGEANCE M65

Corsair Mice


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3 reviews - 239 user opinions - 3 news - 4 videos - 24 photos
A super-sensitive upgrade to the Vengeance range TechRadar — 03-2013

Corsair's range of peripherals just gets bigger and bigger, and it's now adding a new raft of updates to its Vengeance line of gaming goodies. We're big fans of the Vengeance range, from its...

£55 to £290 Compare
 
Gigabyte FORCE M7 THOR

Gigabyte FORCE M7 THOR

Gigabyte Mice
Optical

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90 user opinions - 8 videos - 4 photos
£55 Compare
 
Logitech G700

Logitech G700

Logitech Mice


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1 review - 157 user opinions - 11 news - 14 videos - 38 photos
Logitech G700 DigitalVersus — 08-2010

This is quite simply the best, most precise and most function-rich wireless mouse we've seen. However, it's not the most attractive model on the market. Although Logitech has come on leaps and bounds...

£51 to £119 Compare
 
Logitech M185

Logitech M185

Logitech Mice


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1 review - 35 user opinions - 1 news - 1 video - 15 photos
£28 to £350 Compare
 
Logitech M510

Logitech M510

Logitech Mice


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1 review - 148 user opinions - 6 news - 1 video - 27 photos
£128 to £206 Compare
 
Logitech Ultrathin Touch Mouse T630

Logitech Ultrathin Touch Mouse T630

Logitech Mice
Optical - Wireless

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1 review - 5 user opinions - 8 news - 1 video - 5 photos
£42 to £414 Compare
 
Microsoft Mouse 2.0

Microsoft Mouse 2.0

Microsoft Mice


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1 review - 30 user opinions - 10 videos - 13 photos
Microsoft Wireless Laser Mouse 6000 v2.0 review Trusted Reviews — 05-2008

Microsoft Wireless Laser Mouse 6000 v2.0 Peripheral review: We put the new Microsoft Wireless Laser Mouse 6000 V2.0 through its paces.

£66 to £1,027 Compare
 
Microsoft 3500

Microsoft 3500

Microsoft Mice


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1 review - 37 user opinions - 3 videos - 24 photos
£261 to £424 Compare
 
Steelseries Kinzu v2

Steelseries Kinzu v2

SteelSeries Mice


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2 reviews - 12 user opinions - 10 videos - 39 photos
SteelSeries Kinzu v2 Pro DigitalVersus — 03-2012

Used with a good pad, this mouse gives great gaming performances. Too bad it's so lightweight and doesn't have side buttons.

£138 to £866 Compare
 
Cooler Master CM Storm Havoc

Cooler Master CM Storm Havoc

Cooler Master Mice
Laser

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1 review - 20 user opinions - 1 news - 4 videos - 4 photos
Cooler Master CM Storm Havoc DigitalVersus — 10-2013

The CM Storm Havoc is both effective and affordable. However, if you have a bit more money to spare, we prefer the Logitech G500s, which is more comfortable and has more features.

£36 to £82 Compare
 
Razer Naga (2014)

Razer Naga (2014)

Razer Mice
Laser

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1 feedback - 3 news - 9 videos - 8 photos
RAZER Naga 2014 - Laser gaming mouse for right-handed users Pixmania — 05-2014

Bought this today and im not disappointed, I got it really for MMOs due to the need for handiness when it comes to fast ability attacks. This mouse has great side buttons for that and allows for ease...

£22 to £118 Compare
 
Logitech M570

Logitech M570

Logitech Mice


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2 reviews - 150 user opinions - 4 videos - 11 photos
£114 to £409 Compare
 
Logitech M525

Logitech M525

Logitech Mice


1 review - 1 news - 8 videos - 20 photos
£80 Compare
 
Logitech G400

Logitech G400

Logitech Mice


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3 reviews - 2 news - 4 videos - 5 photos
Logitech G400 DigitalVersus — 11-2011

It's difficult to recommend the Logitech G400 when the feature-rich G500 sells for about the same price. Unless its price drops significantly and soon, you might as well go for the G500!

£123 to £169 Compare
 
Logitech M187

Logitech M187

Logitech Mice


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1 review - 7 user opinions - 10 videos - 32 photos
Logitech Wireless Mini Mouse M187 DigitalVersus — 07-2012

The Logitech M187's functionality isn't going to blow anyone away. It does, however, fulfill its primary function, which is to offer a small and inexpensive alternative to the touchpad.

£80 Compare
 
Corsair Vengeance M95

Corsair Vengeance M95

Corsair Mice
Laser

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1 review - 98 user opinions - 1 news - 2 videos - 9 photos
£129 to £612 Compare
 
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