After comparing 30 models, we found the most comfortable, reliable, and affordable ones out there.
A wireless mouse is an essential computer peripheral that can vary greatly in terms of shape, size, price, and available features. It connects to a PC or Mac via a USB receiver or Bluetooth. Keep in mind that if you go the USB receiver route, the receiver needs to be permanently plugged into your computer in order for the mouse to stay connected.
We've researched more than 30 different wireless mice and even tested out a few models ourselves to help narrow down the choice for you. You may quickly notice that the majority of our picks are Logitech branded mice, and folks this is not sponsored content. Our two tech editors both agree that Logitech is the best in this product category.
Check out our favorite picks that will make working at a computer a much more comfortable experience!
JLW: It's ironic how the Democrats are all up in arms about the Federal government's handling of the COVID-19 crisis. Admittedly many things could have, should have gone better but we are where we are. (And I'm not saying that any Dem would have done any better). All of that aside, people are rightly scared and nervous about this virus. We have enough on our hands trying to deal with it right now in our own country. The virus has all but halted most businesses in this country taking a 50 year low unemployment and rising it to levels never before seen. Too many liberals are already up in arms because illegals aren't going to be getting any stimulus and don't qualify for other programs such as food stamps, unemployment and/or section 8 housing. So please, tell us why the USA should allow any more people in to this country.....people who almost certainly aren't vaccinated against even the flu, measles, chicken pox, etc.......people who can't and won't be able to work. Why should they be allowed in at all? To the authors....let's get something straight. Simply because there is violence and/or poverty in a country is NOT a reason for being granted asylum. Your article clearly states: " People fleeing violence and poverty to seek refuge in the U.S. are whisked to the nearest border crossing and returned to Mexico without a chance to apply for asylum." LOOK UP THE RULES/REGULATIONS REGARDING ASYLUM......NO WHERE DOES IT STATE THAT POVERTY AND/OR VIOLENCE ARE REASONS TO BE GRANTED ASYLUM. Even if they tried, their request would be almost immediately turned down and they would be immediately deported. If they could get to our border from their country, then they can go back home.....COVID-19 or not!