Microsoft Surface Mobile
Remarkably slim and lightweight, the Microsoft Surface Mobile comes in three colors and has the high-end finish you’d expect from a brand-name device. Its BlueTrack technology works on nearly any surface with no stutters or skips.
- Matching accessories available
- Pairs very quickly
- Has only two buttons
Logitech MX Anywhere 3
The Logitech MX Anywhere 3 is compatible with a wide range of operating systems, from Windows and macOS to Chrome, Linux, and iOS. It can also connect to up to three devices at once, so it’s a good choice for those who often switch between different computers or tablets.
- Integrated battery
- Can be used on a glass surface
- Clicking sound is quite loud
Those looking for a classic, intuitive design without overly-complex bells and whistles will appreciate the Microsoft RJN , which is affordably priced and easy to pair. It comes in a variety of colors, ranging from black and white to peach, mint, and pastel blue.
- Weighs less than 4 ounces
- Battery included
- Too small for some
Logitech MX Ergo
It looks like a mouse, but the Logitech MX Ergo is actually a thumb-operated trackball. It lasts up to 70 days on a single charge and its scroll wheel allows you to navigate in all 4 directions in addition to performing the middle click function.
- Adjustable wrist angle
- Switches quickly between two devices
- Not for left-handed people
Logitech MX Master 3
The Logitech MX Master 3 has electromagnetic scrolling, which is great for precision, speed, and silence. It also allows for app-specific customization through the Logitech Options software, so you can create optimized setups for Photoshop, Chrome, PowerPoint, and more.
- High-end darkfield sensor
- Comes in two colors
- Not ideal for small hands
Razer Basilisk X HyperSpeed
If you spend a lot of your screen time playing video games, the Razer Basilisk X HyperSpeed is worth considering. It has six programmable buttons and should be accurate and responsive enough for even the most dedicated gamer.
- Durable mechanical switches
- Up to 450 hours of battery life
- Two-year warranty
The Microsoft Arc sports a minimalist design but doesn’t sacrifice accuracy or ease of use. It scrolls both vertically and horizontally with the swipe of a finger, and since it’s symmetrical, it works equally well for right- and left-handed users.
- Lightweight construction
- Powers on and off automatically
- Snaps flat for storage
Logitech MX Master 2S
The smooth, electrically controlled scrolling of the Logitech MX Master 2S is indicative of its overall high quality. It’s designed for medium to large hands and has an easily accessible auxiliary wheel located next to your thumb.
- Highly tactile feedback
- Rechargeable via micro usb
- Top-of-the-line tracking
If you prefer, you can use the Logitech M585 with the company’s versatile unifying receiver rather than Bluetooth, but whichever method you use, you can be confident in a strong and consistent signal. It boasts a two-year battery life as well as cross-computer control.
- Relatively compact
- Two thumb buttons
- Tilting scroll wheel
Logitech M720 Triathlon
Possibly the most cost-effective model on the market, the Logitech M720 Triathlon features a soft-touch surface that makes it remarkably pleasant to use. Its sensor tracks as well as all but the priciest options, and it has all the buttons most people will ever need.
- Can also connect via dongle
- Has notched and freewheel scrolling
- Compatible with flow software