Have you tried using wireless mouse?
September 13, 2010 11:02am CST
I have two of them as of now and both rocks. One of it I bought it in US and i love it. The other i bought i bought it online which is not so great but still serving the purpose. The one i bought in US looks extremely cool and it simply rocks. I am sure many of you would be thinking about buying a one. My sincere suggestion to you is buy a branded one and one that will not pain your fingers. In that way i love US as you can feel gadgets and buy them. This is simply an amazing way of marketing your products. Please share your thoughts on the same.
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14 Sep 10
So far I have only been using one. It's much much better than those wired ones. It's easy and convenient, unlike those wired mouse with movement restrictions. After I used the wireless mouse, I'm not prepared to go back for wired mouse because I tend to forget by pulling the mouse. As such, I will either drag the whole terminal or USB cable or its port might lossen over the time. Wireless mouse are not cheap and it's better to pick one that can last. Pay for quality and durability.
13 Sep 10
yup i have used them. currently i am using microsoft wireless bluetooth mouse with my desktop but i consider that wireless mouse are not as smooth as they should be. Still i prefer my laptops touchpad or usb mouse. bhai yeh dil maange mast cheez, isse kuch bekaar nhi chahiye.
23 Oct 10
Yes. Great improvement over the ball, they really used to annoy me and it's amazing to see how things change over the years. I dislike the red light that can be blinding if you lift it by mistake, I think that should be something they try to cover but much better overall and I have two. One I haven't used, I got it as a gift and my other is currently plugged into my desktop. (which I really need to fix)
24 Sep 10
Yup wireless mouse is a great way to go. But my problem with them is that they need batteries and it would be better to buy rechargeable batteries and also a battery recharger with them. Moreover they need AAA size batteries and that too rechargeable which would probably cost a lot for me here so that's why i would prefer an USB mouse rather than an optical mouse. Cheers!
19 Sep 10
I like wireless mouse too. It was so expensive when it was newly introduced. Now we can get it at a much lower price, although still more expensive than the optical mouse. I got one which was given as a door gift during attending a course sponsored by the company. I was so elated when I got it because I had been thinking to own one. Happy posting and have a nice day!
• United States
15 Sep 10
Wireless mouses can be hit or miss a lot of the time. There are times where they work great, but getting them plugged in and ready to go can be frustrating. Of course, when you get it working, its great. However, when its not working, then you can have a lot of problems to say the least. Still, it is a great tool to use a lot of the time. The one problem is that it does run through a great number of batteries. You have to change them on a regular basis, especially if the mouse is used. So if you don't mind that, then wireless mouses are good. I am using a traditional mouse right now with my new computer, because it came with it and I am reluctant to really rock the boat.
• Guangzhou, China
14 Sep 10
My friend gave me a bluetooth mouse and keyboard before. At first I thought they were cool because they we wireless and it should be very convenient to use them. Later I found that I often made a mistake by using them. And finally I decided to use the normal mouse and keyboard. I love China
14 Sep 10
I would like to buy before.but it's quite expensive.that's why i didn't buy it anymore. And also i have read that the battery drains too fast so i may have to spend a lot of money on buying new batteries from time to time. But if i could see something on sale why not.but i hope it won't slow me down in what I'm doing online