Jelly Comb Bluetooth
With two ways to connect and broad compatibility, the Jelly Comb Bluetooth can be a versatile option for anyone working across devices and operating systems. It’s not the sleekest or most durable model, but it should be functional and affordable enough for most people.
- Comes in 3 color variations
- Usb receiver is well hidden
- Required aa battery not included
We definitely wouldn’t recommend it as an everyday model or for any kind of intensive application, but the AmazonBasics Wireless could be a decent backup or budget option. It comes in a range of flashy colors, plus it links to most devices pretty seamlessly.
- Grippy rubber surface
- Very affordably priced
- No bluetooth compatibility
Logitech Ultrathin T631
Perfect for those who cherish total workplace silence, the Logitech Ultrathin T631 features a spacious touchpad that is able to operate without the incessant clicking of more conventional models. It also allows you to take full advantage of OS X navigation gestures.
- Sleek look complements apple designs
- Charges via usb
- Fairly expensive option
Razer DeathAdder Elite
Popular among gamers because of its durability and unparalleled responsiveness, the Razer DeathAdder Elite also makes a great addition to any computer setup. You may not be able to get all the customization features out of it with macOS, but it’s still a worthy choice.
- Highly advanced optical sensor
- Comfortable contours
- Only comes in wired form
Apple Magic Trackpad 2
If you have a desktop setup and are looking for an alternative to a traditional mouse, check out the Apple Magic Trackpad 2 . Though it’s a bit of an investment, it’s arguably one of the most comfortable and ergonomic ways to interface with your computer.
- Pairs automatically
- Charges via lightning port
- Not very portable
Sometimes all you really need is a cheap, connected clicker to get the job done — and in that case, the iHome Wired is a fine choice. Just connect it through USB and let the 1,600-dpi laser sensor guide your cursor with reliable accuracy and precision.
- For right or left-hand use
- No batteries to worry about
- Feels a little low quality
Logitech M535 Compact
Whether you’re right or left-handed, the Logitech M535 Compact’s symmetrical shape will ensure that it remains comfortable to use all day, everyday. It’s a great option for traveling, too, since it’s smaller than most models and slips easily into pockets and backpacks.
- Rubbers grips and smart controls
- Bluetooth-compatible up to 30 feet
- 10-month battery life
Macally Portable RF
The Macally Portable RF incorporates a wireless nano receiver that lets it connect more reliably with your laptop than many Bluetooth models, helping to eliminate workflow interruptions. It runs for up to 4 months on 2 AAA batteries, minimizing recharging hassles.
- 1000-dpi optical sensor
- Manual on-off switch saves battery
- Backed by 1-year warranty
Logitech MX Master 2S
Maximize your productivity with the Logitech MX Master 2S , the flagship model from one of the best known names in the business. Among other standout features, it can pair with up to 3 devices simultaneously and move seamlessly between them, letting you accomplish more.
- Sculpted shape supports wrist
- Comes in black or white
- Auto-shift scrolling
Apple Magic Mouse 2
Nobody does Mac-related tech better than the company itself, and the Apple Magic Mouse 2 is here to prove it. The proprietary model is ready to go right out of the box and pairs automatically with your machine, which alone puts it at an advantage compared to other options.
- Multitouch surface
- Rechargeable lithium-ion batteries
- Feels sturdy and well made