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Wireless Mouse

Using a wireless mouse gives you the freedom to work on-the-go without the constraint of a cord. Our range of ergonomic mice have been designed to help reduce muscle tension during long periods of computer use.

Wireless ergonomic mice help to restrict the turning of the wrist, instead mimicking the natural structure of a hand. This allows for you to be comfortable for hours on end, leading to higher productivity.

Evoluent is one of our most popular brands of wireless mice. The V4 Vertical mouse is also said to be one of the most popular vertical wireless mice in the world.

Most wireless mice either use a USB receiver or connect to your computer directly. Bluetooth mice are popular because they can connect to any laptop or computer via Bluetooth - no USB dongle is needed.

At Ergolink, we stock right-handed, left-handed and ambidextrous mice, which gives you a variety of options that would suit you best from an ergonomics standpoint. If you wish to try our wireless mice before buying, visit our Perth showroom and speak to one of our trusted experts. Or, shop online - we can deliver anywhere in Australia.

Wireless Mouse FAQs

How does a wireless mouse work?

A wireless mouse connects to the device via radio frequencies, with some models requiring a USB dongle to receive the signal while others directly connect via Bluetooth. This type of mouse also requires a battery, either removal ones (AA or AAA) or a rechargeable internal battery. Similar to traditional counterparts, a wireless mouse records movements and clicks which then gets sent to the device via wireless signals.

What are the advantages of a wireless mouse?

Range and flexibility

Since a wireless mouse does not have any cord, it becomes an excellent choice if you sit far from your screen or if you need a bit more distance between the computer and the mouse. Most modern wireless mice also have a longer range, with Bluetooth-enabled ones reaching up to 33 metres.

Portability

A wireless mouse is more convenient and portable, perfect for people who are often on the move. Most models are small and compact enough to fit in laptop bags, allowing you to easily carry your input device wherever you are. You also don’t have to worry about tripping on cables as you pack and unpack your mobile computer.

Comfort and durability

Wireless mice offer superior comfort over wired mice since there is no cable drag or resistance when moving the mouse, which also gives your hand much more freedom. The unrestricted movement also translates to smoother tracking and faster flicking through, particularly if you have multi-monitor setups.

How do I set up a wireless mouse?

Before you can use a wireless mouse, it is important to pair it with it’s receiver, a computer or laptop in most cases. The process requires that both the transmitter and the receiver operate on the same frequencies, often requiring a few clicks on your device to identify the wireless device. For models that come with a USB dongle, the pairing often happens seamlessly once the mouse is turned on for the first time.

What is the average lifespan of a wireless mouse?

How long a mouse lasts, whether wired or wireless, depends on the type, quality and usage. The most common opinion is that a wireless mouse can last up to 5 years, particularly for models that come with replaceable (AA or AAA) batteries. The ones that have built-in rechargeable batteries often become unusable much earlier because of the limited charging cycle that lithium-based batteries have. On the bright side, almost all wireless mice in the market come with a one-year warranty, with some brands extending to three-year warranties for the more premium models.

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