Small wireless optical mice for travel on Amazon India

By Siddharth Parwatay | Published 21 Apr 2021 12:48 IST
Small wireless optical mice for travel on Amazon India
Small wireless optical mice for travel on Amazon India

Travelling light has a number of benefits, with the primary one being easier mobility while on the go. Regular mice usually take up a lot of space due to their large size and the usually long wires that come with them. Thankfully, wireless portable mice have become much more commonplace nowadays, and there is no performance differential between them and regular mice for most day-to-day tasks. Here are some great options for small wireless optical mice, available on Amazon, chosen based on their features and specifications. 

Dell MS3320W 

The Dell MS3320W is an attractive looking mouse in a dual-tone colour finish. It works on a single included AA battery that offers 36 months of battery life, making it a super reliable travel companion. The reliability factor extends to replacement as well with Dell’s comprehensive Advance Exchange Program through which the company replaces a defective mouse should anything go wrong with your device. The mouse offers 1600 DPI tracking and can connect either via 2.4 GHz via the included nano dongle or via Bluetooth, so you can hook it up to your tablets as well as your laptops with ease. The mouse is compact and shaped ergonomically to fit in your hand. The textured rubber on the mouse wheel makes your scrolling much more precise, helping you navigate spreadsheets and webpages with ease. If reliability is what you are looking for, the Dell MS3320W is a worthy choice.

Lenovo 300 Wireless Compact Mouse 

The Lenovo 300 Wireless is a compact travel mouse that doesn’t burn a hole in your pocket. It has a minimalistic aesthetic, decked out in all black with a few tasteful orange accents that will appeal to most. It offers 12 months of battery life via 2 AAA batteries. At 60g, the mouse is light and easy to carry in a bag or even a pocket if in a hurry. The mouse has a pronounced curved back to facilitate palm grips better. It features a 1000 DPI polling rate and connects via a nano dongle to your computer. Lenovo offers 18 months of warranty on this mouse in the unfortunate incident that something goes wrong. If you travel often and are looking for an affordable wireless mouse, the Lenovo 300 Wireless is a good choice.

Logitech MX Anywhere 3

The Logitech MX Anywhere 3 is designed to be your working companion, no matter where you are. The tracking technology works on any surface (including glass!), so you can work from the couch or your favourite coffee shop without worrying about the need for a mousepad. The scroll wheel is individually machined and uses magnetic scrolling, which gives it the ability to scroll nearly 1000 lines in a single second while being virtually silent. The MX Anywhere 3 gives you about 70 days of use for every full recharge, and a single minute of charging via the included USB C cable gives you three hours of usage. The mouse is made from premium materials and uses silicone side grips that make it feel great in hand. Logitech also has app-specific profiles encoded into the mouse to make using apps such as Adobe Photoshop and Microsoft Excel easier. If you are in the market for a premium travel mouse, the Logitech MX Anywhere 3 should be high up on your list. 

Tobo Lightweight Gaming Mouse

The Tobo gaming mouse features a hollow honeycomb design that delivers structural reliability while being lightweight. This makes both flicking the mouse for headshots and travelling with it equally easy. The mouse features RGB lighting with 6 preset effects that are enhanced by the honeycomb shell. It connects to your computer via a 2.4GHz dongle and has a specified range of up to 15 meters, so you can connect your laptop to the TV and sit back to play while relaxing. The inbuilt DPI switching button lets you choose between 800, 1200 and 1600 DPIs depending on your use case, and you can even change it on the fly. The mouse is rechargeable via the included USB C cable so that you don’t have to hunt for batteries. There’s also a black variant for those looking for a less flashy option. 

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