Lightweight wireless mouse to work on the go on Amazon India

By Afrah Khan | Published 26 Oct 2020 18:24 IST
Lightweight wireless mouse to work on the go on Amazon India
Lightweight wireless mouse to work on the go on Amazon India

There was a time when wireless mice were plagued with lag and connectivity issues, but it's no longer the case. Wireless mice have seen so much innovation that now they trade blows with their wired counterparts and without being bound by those pesky wires. But finding a good lightweight mouse is still not easy, so to help you out here’s a list of some of the best lightweight wireless mice that let you work on the go. Note that these have been curated based on their availability on Amazon as well as their listed features.

Logitech Pebble M350

Logitech is one of the most prominent PC peripheral manufacturers in the world, and the Logitech Pebble M350 should illustrate why. The compact wireless mouse can be connected to your system via Bluetooth as well as using the bundled USB dongle and should work up to a range of 10m. It lets you experience the same scroll and click feel as a regular mouse but with lesser clicking and scrolling noise. Logitech claims that Pebble M350 can be powered by a single AA battery for up to 18 months. It weighs 100 grams and measures 2.65 x 5.9 x 10.7 cm so you can carry it around in your backpack pocket. Its ambidextrous compact design makes it a good choice for left-handed as well as right-handed people who love working without being bound by wires.

Mi Portable Wireless Mouse

After conquering the budget and mid-range smartphone market, Mi is now trying its luck in the computer peripherals department with their wireless mouse. The Mi Portable Wireless Mouse is a compact (10.2 x 5.8 x 3.4 cm) and lightweight (56g) device with an ambidextrous design. It has everything that you can see in almost every wireless mouse present in the market. The one thing that separates it from the competition is its 1200 DPI resolution which helps in excellent tracking accuracy. This feature should make it a good option for casual gamers too. The Mi mouse can be connected to your computer by merely plugging in the 2.4Ghz receiver into one of its USB ports. The brand claims that a single AA battery can power this device for up to 12 months, which means you don’t have to buy a battery pack now and then.

Logitech M170

It’d be unfair to discuss wireless mice without mentioning the Logitech M170. This compact wireless mouse comes with a range of 10-metre (33-feet), and a single AA battery can give you enough charge to last a year. Its 2.4Ghz USB receiver offers reliable plug and play connectivity with accurate tracking and lag-free movement. It has support for a variety of operating systems like Windows 7 or later, Mac OS X 10.8 or later and Chrome OS, which means you can use it across all your devices without any problem. The device weighs 95g and measures 3.52 x 6.15 x 9.77 cm making it easy to store and use. The main selling point of this mouse is its ambidextrous design and the ability to reassign left and right buttons which makes it an ideal choice for the left as well as right-handed users.

Lenovo 300 Wireless Compact Mouse

If you’re looking for a wireless mouse that doesn’t add much weight to your laptop bag and offers plug and play connectivity, then check out this one from Lenovo. The Lenovo 300 measures 5.6 x 9.8 x 3.2 cm and weighs just 60g, making it one of the smallest and lightest mice in its price range. The 2.4Ghz receiver needs to be plugged into one of your computer’s USB ports for wireless connectivity up to a range of 10-metre (33-feet). Lenovo has given this mouse an ambidextrous and grippy design for maximum control and comfortable handling. The 1000 DPI resolution combined with its lightweight should result in accurate tracking and fast movement. Lenovo claims that this mouse has a battery life of up to 12 months to make sure you don’t have to keep running for new AA batteries often.

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