The 9 Best Wireless Mice of 2020

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If you frequently travel for business or work remotely, wireless mice are an essential office accessory. The best ones give you a balance between form, function, and battery life. Some mice require AA or AAA batteries while others have built-in, rechargeable batteries. A lot of wireless mice available on the market offer programmable button layouts, while others offer as many as 11 buttons—making them ideal for creative professionals.

There are also some wireless mice that let you control up to three computers at once. Still, almost all of these mice allow you to customize their sensitivity levels. No matter what kind of work you do, here are the best wireless mice available based on your needs.

Best Overall: Logitech MX Master 3

The Logitech MX Master 3 is an ergonomically-designed, well-rounded wireless mouse. With six programmable buttons, you can customize layouts for different programs and apps or use the predefined layouts for programs like Adobe Photoshop or Excel. The scroll wheel can be used in either ratchet mode for precision or speed mode to scroll at 1,000 lines per second. Even more, the 4,000 DPI sensor gives you pixel-precise control over your cursor on almost any surface, including glass. 

The rechargeable battery gives you up to 70 days of use on a single charge. It's compatible with Windows-, macOS-, and Linux-based computers, and you can control up to three devices simultaneously. The mouse also supports a wired USB connection for use while charging.

Runner-Up, Best Overall: Microsoft Precision

A great, general-purpose mouse, the Microsoft Precision can be used with either Windows or macOS computers, and you can control up to three devices simultaneously. It supports either a Bluetooth or wired USB connection to your computer for use while charging, too. This wireless mouse has six total buttons, three of which are programmable for custom layouts or use with predetermined app configurations. 

The configuration software also allows you to select different levels of DPI sensitivity—perfect for switching between precise projects in Photoshop and everyday tasks in Microsoft Word. The aluminum scroll wheel is designed for long-lasting durability as well as dependable scrolling in both smooth and ratchet modes. Lightweight and comfortable, the mouse also features a rechargeable battery of up to three months of use on a single charge.

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Best Battery Life: Razer Basilisk X Hyperspeed

While it's marketed as a gaming mouse, the Razer Basilisk X Hyperspeed works well for professionals who need plenty of buttons for in-app shortcuts. This wireless mouse connects to your computer with either a Bluetooth or 2.4GHz USB dongle. When using Bluetooth, the rechargeable battery gives you up to 450 hours of use, and the Hyperspeed USB connection gives you up to 285 hours of use. Plus, it has a battery indicator light. With the Razer Synapse 3 app, you can customize the layout of the mouse's six buttons as well as the 5G sensor's DPI settings—with levels up to 16,000 for ultra-precise work. 

The top of the mouse features a selector button to change DPI levels on-the-fly, perfect for quickly changing programs. Each of the six buttons is made with a mechanical switch that's rated for up to 50 million clicks for durability. Better yet, the wireless mouse has rubberized grips for superior handling and comfort. 

Best Budget: Microsoft Wireless 1850

Reliable yet affordable, the Microsoft Wireless 1850 mouse is designed for use in either the left or right hand, making it great for ambidextrous users or odd desk setups. The scroll wheel is clickable, giving you a bit more control over your programs, projects, and documents. 

The mouse connects to your computer with a USB dongle, and it's compatible with Windows-, macOS-, and even Android-based devices. It's powered by a single AA battery, giving you up to six months of use before needing a replacement. The compact design also makes the mouse comfortable to use with most hand sizes and can slip easily into a laptop bag.

Best Splurge: Logitech G502 Lightspeed

A gaming mouse, the Logitech G502 Lightspeed can also be a great asset for professionals looking to invest in a quality wireless mouse. It has 11 programmable buttons to create custom layouts for every program you use. You can also set multiple DPI levels from as little as 100 to as high as 16,000 DPI. This wireless mouse has enough on-board memory to store multiple custom user profiles, making it great for computers with multiple users.

For more comfortable use, the adjustable weight system allows you to add or remove up to 7 grams to the mouse's total weight. The rechargeable battery gives you up to 60 hours of life on a single charge, and you can also get up to 2.5 hours of use with just five minutes of charging. Note that this mouse is compatible with Windows-, macOS-, and even Chrome-based devices.

Best for Travel: Razer Atheris

If you're constantly on the road for business, opt for the Razer Atheris wireless mouse. Weighing just 2.4 ounces, it's lightweight and compact enough to fit into a backpack, laptop bag, or even a jacket pocket. The ambidextrous design also means that both left- and right-handed users will find it easy to use and won't cause wrist fatigue.

It features five programmable buttons you can customize with the Razer Synapse 3 app; each button is made with a mechanical switch rated for up to 50 million clicks. This wireless mouse runs on two AA batteries, giving you up to 350 hours of use before they need to be replaced. It supports both Bluetooth and 2.4GHz wireless connectivity for use with multiple devices. Plus, it's compatible with both Windows- and macOS-based computers. 

Best Ergonomic: Logitech MX Vertical

The Logitech MX Vertical is specifically designed to place your hand, wrist, and forearm in a more natural position. The 57-degree angle of the vertical design, along with the side-positioning of the left- and right-click buttons, place your hand in a "handshake" shape to prevent twisting, reducing muscle strain. The two thumb buttons can also be customized for specialized use with programs and apps you use most. Even more, the top of the wireless mouse features a DPI selector button to adjust mouse sensitivity on-the-fly. 

Control up to three different computers simultaneously and connect the mouse to your computer via Bluetooth, a wireless dongle, or a USB-C cable for a wired connection. And, get up to four months of use on a single charge with the rechargeable battery, or up to three hours of use with just a minute of charge time.

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Best Style: Microsoft Arc

Stylish but practical, the Microsoft Arc can be snapped flat and slipped into a pocket or bag. Snap the mouse to the curved position to turn it on, which also gives it an ergonomic design. The top of the wireless mouse features a surface that supports both click-based and touch-based input. You can scroll vertically or horizontally with a swipe of your finger; pushing on the right or left side of the scroll plane lets you click and select the text or open programs.

With a 10-meter range, you can use this mouse with Windows, macOS, or Android devices. It runs on two AAA batteries and gives you up to six months of use. In addition to black, choose from a variety of colors including burgundy, sage, lilac, and more.

Best for Apple Users: Apple Magic Mouse 2

The Apple Magic Mouse 2 is designed with virtually no mechanical parts, opting for an entirely touch-based interface to ensure durability and reliability. The top of the wireless mouse can detect both taps and swipes, letting you easily click, scroll, and swipe between windows and tabs Plus, it will automatically pair with your iPad, MacBook, or iMac.

The compact mouse connects to your tablet, laptop, or desktop via Bluetooth or a 2.4GHz wireless connection. The battery gives you up to a month of use on a full charge, and just two minutes of charging gives you nine hours of use. Better yet, the battery can be recharged with a Lightning cable, meaning you won't have to buy a special cord for your mouse. 

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Meet the Expert

Taylor Clemons has over three years of experience writing about games and consumer technology. She has written for IndieHangover, GameSkinny, TechRadar, and her own publication, Steam Shovelers.