List of Top Best Wireless Mouse Buying Guide

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The Best Wireless Mouse


Logitech B170 Wireless Mouse, 2.4 GHz with USB Nano Receiver, Optical Tracking, 12-Months Battery Life, Ambidextrous, PC/Mac/Laptop - Black

Rs. 895
Rs. 599
 in stock
as of 20/11/2023 3:48 AM

  • Reliable Wireless Connection : Enjoy a wireless connection up to 10m away thanks to a plug-and-forget USB mini-receiver
  • Optical Tracking : The advanced optical tracking features enable ultra precise moves on almost any surface. Required: available USB port, Windows 7, 8, 10 or...

ZEBRONICS Zeb-Dash Plus 2.4GHz High Precision Wireless Mouse with up to 1600 DPI, Power Saving Mode, Nano Receiver and Plug & Play Usage - USB

Rs. 449
Rs. 299
 in stock
as of 20/11/2023 3:48 AM

  • DESIGN: Wireless Mouse with Ergonomic form factor
  • BUTTONS: 4 Buttons: Left/Right/Scroll Click/DPI Switch
  • RECEIVER: USB Nano Receiver
  • FEATURES: 2.4GHz High Precision mouse with Power saving mode
  • TRACKING: 800/1200/1600 DPI Optical Sensor
  • USAGE:...

Logitech M235 Wireless Mouse, 1000 DPI Optical Tracking, 12 Month Life Battery, Compatible with Windows, Mac, Chromebook/PC/Laptop

Rs. 995
Rs. 699
 in stock
as of 20/11/2023 3:48 AM

  • You can surf the Web with more comfort and ease—thanks to the contoured design with soft rubber grips. And your mouse is easy to slip into a bag when you want to take it with you.
  • You’ll enjoy smooth cursor control, precise tracking and easy text selection on the surfaces where...

  1. Hi guys! Bought this yesterday, so haven’t used it much, so an early review. But the most detailed review so please read till the end. Very important points are mentioned.Looks are cute! It looks really nice and elegant. I am using it with a MacBook Air. So far it seems there are no problems using it. The scrolling is smooth, connection does not drop, and there is no lag. Connection is instant. There is no pairing required. It’s plug and play along with the dongle provided with it.It sits low on the table, feels weighty but not in a wrong way. The battery adds to it’s weight, but I have used heavier mice before, and this one feels just right. It has good grip. Nothing to complain about that.Buttons are nice and clicks are satisfactory, not too noisy; they are just right. Scroll wheel doesn’t feel cheap at all, though I believe it could’ve been better quality. Body is matt finish and doesn’t leave fingerprints on it, though if you’re someone who eats and handles the mouse, then it’ll show the oil prints and that’s true with any peripherals. The mouse doesn’t feel cheap overall, but it is definitely plasticky, though not in the bad sense. It is definitely not cheap looks wise.There is an on, off switch on the bottom which is helpful in saving the battery (which is included) when the mouse is not in use. There is no light on the bottom which is good if you have kids in the house who keep flipping the mouse and staring at the super bright light. So that’s a good thing and a definite plus! The overall shape and size works in the favour of the mouse, and a variety of users with small and large palms will be satisfied with it.Now over to a major flaw. The mouse connects only though it’s own usb dongle (which by the way comes tucked inside the body of the mouse itself, inside the battery door, which I found mighty impressive) and not through the laptop’s bluetooth. Now this means two things- 1. You have to carry around the usb dongle with you everywhere you go, which means if you happen to forget it at home while traveling and carry just the mouse, then the mouse is pretty much useless in that scenario. And worse still, if you happen to carry it out of station with you and bring back only the mouse and forget to pack the dongle, then you’re stuck and I don’t think you get only the dongle (you’ll have to check that with the seller), and then the mouse is left useless in that case. 2. Now over to the problem I am facing, which I did not see anyone else mention in their reviews. I use a MacBook, so it doesn’t have USB-C inputs, which means you must buy a connector for it to connect the dongle. I actually had already bought a connector so that was not a problem for me, but you will have to factor in the cost of the connector, which is not cheap, because you want to buy only good quality connector for your expensive MacBook. Of course that is a problem with the MacBook and not with the mouse, but consider this point. It is very important. It will NOT connect over MacBook’s Bluetooth. Otherwise, it works well with the MacBook. The only caveat I found is the tracking speed on level 2 is too slow and on level 3 is too fast. You’ll have to get used to that thing. It doesn’t feel very natural (as the trackpad on the MacBook feels) because of that speed problem, but otherwise, the pointer flows smoothly on screen and doesn’t jump around, at least with my mouse. Also, the battery door does make a noise when landing the mouse on the pad, and I feel it could have been made better. But I guess at the cost, you really can’t complain too much.Overall, I think a good buy, but the compulsion of having to use it with it’s own dongle is a major drawback I feel. If that doesn’t bother you, then nothing else should keep you from buying this product, especially since it is one of the cheapest wireless mice out there at less than 600 bucks, which is what it cost me.

  2. Hello everyone,I bought this Mouse in April 2022, so after 8 months of use, I’m writing this review.Battery (the most important one): 10/10 – It came with a single AA-sized battery (Clock battery) that worked from 1st April – 10th December which is more than 8 months. Even though my usage was heavy (6 hours average per day) in a corporate job day of 9 hours.Look 7/10- Amazing with beautiful curves. Though battery closing pane could have been better.USB transmitter: 9/10 – It’s normal and can be carried inside the battery cavity.Switch: 5/10 – On/OFF switch is not handy, you need a long nail to switch it ON/off but is strong enough to resist a hard stroke when you force it to off with your nailless fingers.Precision and laser: 10/10: Precision is just what most mouses have which is accurate and the Laser is invisible (No annoying light in the bottom).Buttons: 7/10 – Buttons produce a slight noise on click and after a long usage the Left button is shaking slightly.Overall ratings: 9/10The main reason for you to buy this: Its battery efficiency, it will cost you only 12 INR for 8 months.

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    Mohammed Ashfaque 26/12/2022 at 12:00 AM

    Good product, but too smaller than the regular one!

  4. Value for money

  5. Nice product

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    Chandrashekar SK 31/12/2022 at 12:00 AM

    It’s little small for big hands. But best available in the market.

  7. Nice Product, works as expected as of now no issues

  8. I have used it for week now on daily basis. It’s a good product.1.For normal use It’s great. You can use it with ease.2. For game 🎮 also it is usable but it’s littel bit on heavy side Its unnoticeable if you are not that habitable to play games.3 sleep mode is a good feature which helps to save battery 🔋. And you don’t have to worry about killing the switch whenever you leave the pc.

  9. The quality of power button is very low easily it can break

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