PC Advisor reviews the best mice/tracker balls you can use with your PC.
- Reviewed on: 12 October 2010
- RRP: £45.76
Portable, practical, good at its job and more desirable than a PC peripheral has any right to be, Microsoft’s Arc Touch wireless mouse is a superb wireless mouse. Yes, it’s expensive - not to mention a little unconventional for some tastes. But we reckon well-heeled businessmen and laptop-toting road warriors could do a lot worse.
Read our Microsoft Arc Touch review.
- Reviewed on: 8 December 2010
- RRP: $79 (about £50); currently available on UK import for £4,383
The Razer Starcraft II Spectre Gaming Mouse is a nearly perfect StarCraft II gaming mouse. The design's austere but attractive, the response feels tight out of the box and offers dozens of customisation parameters, and the best part of the package - Razer's configuration tool - packs in some of the best optimisation metrics we've come across, whether you're looking for simple macros and button-maps, or tournament-grade performance heuristics. Put another way, it's this reviewer's new full-time mouse. Bravo, Razer.
- Reviewed on: 30 September 2011
- RRP: £60
The SteelSeries Sensei is a high-quality gaming mouse with lots of tweakable options and some very well-thought-out features.
Read our SteelSeries Sensei Gaming Mouse review.
- Reviewed on: 27 September 2011
- RRP: £74
Razer’s new and refurbished Imperator 4G 2012 boasts of dual sensors (optical and laser) and is a better product.
Read our Razer Imperator 4G 2012 review.
- Reviewed on: 30 June 2011
- RRP: £39
If you want a wireless mouse, but can't spare a USB port for a dongle, the HP Wi-Fi Mobile Mouse may be right up your street. Windows 7 users only need apply, but they're in for a bit of a treat: a smart, reliable, comfy and accurate wireless mouse that doesn't even need a dongle to perform its magic.
Read our HP Wi-Fi Mobile Mouse review.