Level up your workstation with a wireless mouse
Liberate your fingers from a laptop with a wireless mouse.
Small, lightweight laptops are enormously convenient when travelling or working in different locations. However, prolonged time spent typing on a laptop’s small keyboard and pressing on a trackpad can lead to painful shoulders and back, as well as hands and fingers. Rather than invest in multiple computers, however, you can simply add a wireless mouse and/or standalone keyboard to your kit when working in your home or office. Here’s what to look for.
If you’re doing a lot of typing, you might want to consider a mouse with a wireless keyboard too. If it’s purely for design functions, you might not need the keyboard, but you might want a mouse with more DPI levels—some come with three, some five.
Some wireless mice and keyboards come with multimedia key shortcuts, which make repetitive tasks quicker and easier. Check before you buy, however, that it is compatible not just with your iPad or Notebook, but also with your Operating System.
Also check that the wireless mouse you are buying works for both right and left-handed users—some are designed for everyone, while others are curved to fit more snugly in one hand only.