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What’s the best mouse
on the market?

 

Well that’s actually an easy question with a complicated answer.

The one that works for you
is the best. 

people are raving about the updated Logitech Master mouse and that’s because it’s probably the best all-around mouse you can buy for work, gaming, travel and everyday life. But if you’re a left hander or someone with smaller hands, this is NOT the best mouse for you. In that case something like the Razer Orochi would be better suited for you. But What if you want an RF mouse and not a Bluetooth mouse? You see where I’m going with this?

4000DPI (wired), 2000DPI (wireless) Razer Precision 3G laser sensor
Wired/Wireless Bluetooth connectivity
Extended battery life
Seven independently programmable buttons
Ambidextrous design

No one person
is the same.

We all have differences, tastes and reasons for needing a mouse. So in order for you to pick the best mouse, I’ve decided to create a group of questions you should ask yourself.

  • Are you left handed, right handed or both?
  • Do you want a wired or wireless mouse?
  • Bluetooth or RF dongle?
  • What do you need it for?
  • Do you care about mouse speed and tracking?
  • Large or smaller hands?
  • Do you need a lot of buttons?
  • What kind of optics are you looking for?
  • How easy do you want the set-up to be?

In order to help you even further, I’ve created this interactive form for you to utilize when picking a mouse.

Click on the icon to download >>>

How do I find the right one?

In the end, the highest rated mouse is useless if it doesn’t answer the questions listed above. So my best advice is to use the PDF form to keep everything organized. But the best start is checking out technology and review sites. They can be a great starting point to finding not the best mouse for you, but the beset quality mice to help narrow down your search. 

That said, these are the sites I utilize the most to research and help me narrow down my search for the best product.

I’ll also search out videos on youtube of the product in action. I don’t usually base my purchase on youtube reviews, unless it’s from one of the websites I listed before, but it’s great seeing the product in action. It helps seeing the product being used and figuring out how you would use it. Is the person using a large mouse with small hands, does the mouse wire seem to stiff or short for movement? Sometimes live video speaks louder of the product than words. 

Here are the content creators I usually visit.

Let’s face it, their are a lot of mice on the market and even companies like Logitech put out crap products and it’s hard to keep track of the stuff you should actually get. Hopefully this post and the form will help you find the right one for you. Not just what the reviewers say to buy.

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