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Our Best Computer Mouse Deals for the Office, Gaming, and More

A precise and reliable mouse is one of those essentials that makes your whole digital world more pleasant to navigate. Plus, for applications like gaming and digital art that require pinpoint control accuracy, upgrading your mouse can really make a difference in performance. Whether you are looking for a gaming mouse packed with buttons and RGB lights or a basic office mouse — or something in between — you will find it in our selection.

Choosing the Best Mouse for You

From a USB mouse to cordless mice and everything in between, these are some of the key factors to consider when making your choice:

Connectivity: Wireless mice, which use either a 2.4ghz USB receiver dongle or a Bluetooth connection to wirelessly operate the mouse, are today’s most common mouse option. They eliminate the potential annoyance of a cord, they are highly portable, and their latency is lower than ever. However, some people prefer corded mice for their stability, extremely low latency, and lower price point. These factors can be especially relevant for gamers, which is why wired mice are more common in gaming than in other applications.

DPI Rating: Dots per inch (DPI) is also known as pointer speed and measures how quickly the mouse makes the cursor move across the screen. A mouse with higher DPI offers faster response, which can be important in gaming. However, not every gamer prefers high DPI, and lower DPI can be preferable for other tasks like design and photo work. For those who want the option to use both, many mice include adjustable DPI that allows you to switch with the press of a button.

Control Features: Many gaming mice include numerous extra programmable buttons so you can customize your control setup, and most also include a built in scroll wheel. Some people also prefer a trackball mouse, an alternative to the traditional laser or optical mouse that allows you to control the cursor by rolling a ball with your thumb or fingers.

Ergonomics: An ergonomic design is key if you will be using your mouse for long periods. Many manufacturers today offer ergonomic mice designed to maximize comfort by reducing strain on your wrists and hands. Left handed people should also look for left handed or ambidextrous mice, as many styles are oriented by default for right handed users.

Compatibility: Just about every mouse offers plug and play functionality on both Windows and Mac. However, Apple fans should note that advanced mouse features such as button customization are not always available on Mac due to the need to download proprietary software from the manufacturer which may not be compatible.

Battery: Wireless mice are battery powered, either by a rechargeable internal battery or by single use AA batteries. If you choose one of these options, make sure to check the specs on battery life to see if it meets your needs.

Shop Micro Center’s computer mouse selection here and discover awesome prices on top mouse brands like Logitech, Microsoft, Razer, and more. Don’t forget to grab a mouse pad from our selection of ergonomic mouse pads and wrist rests too.