If you're still using a wired mouse — yes, I'm talking to you, then you really ought to upgrade. Bluetooth and Wi-Fi are pretty much the default now, so why are you still stuck in the past? While both wireless technologies work great, I'd put money on using a mouse with a Wi-Fi receiver — the connection is a lot better. But don't rule out Bluetooth, as it's more convenient and doesn't require a USB-A slot. Anyway, here are five excellent wireless mice that we love and recommend.
Razer Viper V2 Pro
While it sounds crazy, the second version of the Razer Viper Ultimate is even better than the first. The Razer Viper V2 Pro is so much lighter, has better battery life, and uses a USB 3.0 port for charging. And best of all, you can use any USB 3.0 cable to charge instead of a proprietary cable. It's so good I use it every day for work, too.
Logitech G Pro X Superlight
If Razer's super-light mouse doesn't appeal, fret not. The Logitech G Pro X Superlight is a worthy addition to our shortlist for a good reason. This Logitech mouse manages to come in at under 63g, making it feel almost weightless in my hands. As an added bonus, it doesn't have RGB lighting, so it's ideal for office work, too.
Lenovo Go Wireless Multi-Device Mouse
Lenovo's probably not the company you'd expect to buy a mouse from, but the Lenovo Go Wireless Multi-Device Mouse features Qi charging, a small footprint, and three different DPI settings for an affordable S$85. Can buy, for sure.
Logitech MX Master 3S
The Logitech MX Master 3 has always been one of my favourite work mice, and the new MX Master 3S takes it up a slight notch. While the overall design and feel remain the same, what's different is the sound of silence. From your clicks to the rapidly spinning scroll wheel, the MX Master 3S is ridiculously quiet. Besides using a Wi-Fi receiver, it also has built-in Bluetooth to connect between three different devices. Most excellent.
Razer Pro Click Mini
Last but not least, the Razer Pro Click Mini is perfect for those with smaller hands (or if you prefer smaller mice). The small comfortable size, slick scroll wheel, and flexible connectivity options make it a winner. It's also not that expensive at S$129.
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