Microsoft's new Wireless Optical Mouse is the ultimate choice for everyday mousing.
The Microsoft Windows Optical Mouse 5000 is a straightforward, reliable mouse for basic home or office productivity.
The Microsoft Wireless Optical Mouse 2000 is a basic and inexpensive mouse that will serve left- and right-handed users alike. But anyone in search of extra buttons or special software should look elsewhere.
A worthy alternative to a laptop's built-in pointing device, this downsized mouse is convenient for travel, but it sacrifices some comfort for its compact size.
The Ci70 LE Wireless Optical Mouse straddles the line between a laptop mouse and a traditional desktop mouse, but this hybrid represents a compromise on both fronts.
Belkin's mouse is a decent choice if you're looking for an input device with Bluetooth connectivity, but there are better options.
Microsoft’s Wireless Optical Desktop Elite is a solid and affordable choice for the home or the office.
Aimed at relieving or preventing the onset of repetitive stress injuries, Microsoft's new mouse seems to have the right idea in its redesign of the standard mouse grip. If Microsoft's hardware design team had paid as much attention to some of its other elements, this mouse would be a winner.
Iogear's wireless keyboard and mouse caused us numerous headaches, relegating it to chintzy Logitech DiNovo-wannabe status.
The Microsoft Wireless Notebook Optical Mouse 3000 is a decent choice for mobile users, but the Logitech V400 is a far better one.