The Kensington Ci75m Wireless Notebook Mouse is a great traveling companion. Solid, comfortable, accurate, and attractive—it’s available in orange, grey, white, or black.
With the exception of Apple’s now-defunct single-button mouse, input devices don’t get much simpler than the Kensington Ci73 Wired Mouse. It has two buttons and a scroll wheel. That’s it.
In this week’s Macworld Video, Roman Loyola take first look at Logitech's new MX 1100 Cordless Laser mouse. This $80 mouse for righties uses the 2.4GHz wireless spectrum, and has six buttons, a quick-change tracking button, and a scroll wheel.
Even if you’re not experiencing pain from the unnatural forearm rotation required by traditional mice, the Evoluent VerticalMouse 3 Wireless will provide comfort and control you never anticipated. But it takes some getting used to.
Focus on the Ci70 Wireless Desktop Set's fine feel and convenient function keys and you'll find it's a solid desktop companion for your laptop—and if style matters to you, you can get the Ci70 in black to match your high-end MacBook or titanium to match your MacBook Pro.
The Kensington Ci95m Wireless Mouse with Nano Receiver is great if you’re looking for a mouse that is light and easy to carry around. If you crave innovative buttons that facilitate different functions on your computer, you may want to look elsewhere. But as an everyday travel mouse, the modestly priced Ci95m is a great investment.
Logitech introduced the V550 Nano, a wireless laser mouse designed for Mac laptop users on the go.
The Kensington SlimBlade Bluetooth Presenter Mouse is one odd little rodent. It tries to be two different animals—first, a compact traveler’s mouse, and second, a presentation controller—but it ends up doing the first poorly and the second only minimally.
Kensington's SlimBlade Media Mouse is great if you're looking for media control and sleek design in addition to basic mouse functions. The lightweight, slim body is great for travelers.
The Wow-Pen Joy is an ergonomically-shaped mouse that enables you to rest your wrist vertically.