PC Advisor reviews the best mice and keyboards for 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: 18 October 2010
- RRP: £21
The JSCO JNL-101K Noiseless Gaming Mouse looks good, feels great (if light) and comes with a very reasonable price tag. The ‘noiseless’ headline feature seems almost comically inessential, but the mouse stands up as a solid offering even if you couldn’t care less about noise.
- Reviewed on: 17 September 2010
- RRP: £85.76
As we’ve come to expect from Logitech, both the Logitech Wireless Desktop MK710 keyboard and mouse are attractive, high-quality peripherals. We do have reservations about the keyboard's muffled typing action, and both devices are surprisingly large for laptop accessories; but they offer exemplary looks and build quality. They're simply a pleasure to use.
Read our Logitech Wireless Desktop MK710 review.
- Reviewed on: 22 July 2010
- RRP: £60.02
The Logitech Anywhere Mouse MX is an attractive, effective and cleverly designed wireless mouse for use on the go. With plenty of innovative features and the ability to work on pretty much any surface, this product can warrant its relatively high price tag.
Read our Logitech Anywhere Mouse MX review.