Mice Archive

Review of the Kensington Pro Fit Ergo Vertical Wireless Trackball

These days, the vast majority of mice utilize optical sensors. And, when compared to older mechanical mice, optical mice offer a lot of advantages. For one thing, you can use them on a wider variety of surfaces. For another thing, they’re not as susceptible to dirt and grime, and they’re easier to clean when necessary. They also have no mechanical parts, which means there are …

TracPoint Travel Mouse and Presenter Review

If you’ve ever seen a professional presentation, you probably saw the person presenting use some kind of tool to help. It might be as simple as a hand-clicker, to move between PowerPoint slides. It might be a laser pointer. But whatever the case may be, having the right tool can make the job much easier. And it doesn’t hurt that it projects a sense of …

First-Look Review of the Cooler Master MM710 52G Gaming Mouse

Picking a gaming mouse can be as tricky as picking a chair. Because you’re going to spend a lot of time in physical contact with the device. Seemingly small issues become inflated when your hand will persistently encounter those issues, and finding something that fits you perfectly can be challenging. To make matters more challenging, when a new feature comes out, trying it adds another …

Review of the BenQ Zowie S1 & S2 Symmetrical-Short Gaming Mouse

From a value perspective, you still can’t beat a wired mouse. Even though wireless technology has reached the point that it can effectively perform just as well as a wired mouse, going wired will always be a small fraction better. And that’s without mentioning the convenience of never having to recharge. But it takes more than that to make a great wired gaming mouse. BenQ …