In our shop list you will find wireless and wired computer mice. The latter convince with stable signal transmission. The wireless mouse, which you connect to the computer with a USB receiver, is widespread. Optionally, you can choose an item with Bluetooth. Gaming mice come with additional thumb buttons for individual assignment. Ergonomic mice take the strain off your arm and hand. The devices prevent excessive strain and resulting pain. A ball mouse with trackball offers comfort and supports the hand.

Logitech Grey
Logitech

 £8.33

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Logitech LGT-M90, Ambidextrous, Optical, USB Type-A, 1000 DPI, Grey
£8.33
Logitech
Logitech

 £84.65

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Logitech Mouse, wireless, Bluetooth, ergonomic, optical, right, 6 buttons, 2.4 GHz, wireless receiver (USB), Graphite
£84.65
Logitech White
Logitech

 £6.28

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Logitech Mouse M100, Ambidextrous, Optical, USB Type-A, 1000 DPI, White
£6.28
Logitech
Logitech

 £12.71

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Logitech M170 Wireless Mouse, Ambidextrous, Optical, RF Wireless, 1000 DPI, Black, Grey
£12.71
Logitech black
Logitech

 £23.72

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Logitech Corded Mouse M500, Right-hand, Optical, USB Type-A, 4000 DPI, Black
£23.72
Logitech
Logitech

 £26.94

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Logitech mouse, 3 buttons, wireless, 2.4 GHz, wireless receiver (USB), scroll type: wheel, motion resolution: 1000 DPI, form factor: right
£26.94
Logitech
Logitech

 £13.97

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Logitech M190 Full-Size Wireless Mouse, Ambidextrous, Optical, RF Wireless, 1000 DPI, Black, Red
£13.97
Logitech
Logitech

 £7.58

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Logitech LGT-910-003357, Form factor: Ambidextrous, Motion detection Technology: Optical, Device interface: USB, Number of buttons: 3, Scroll type: Wheel, Power source: Cable, Product color: Black
£7.58
Logitech Mouse
Logitech

 £35.91

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Logitech LGT-M705S, Form factor: Right, Technology: Laser, Device interface: RF Wireless, Resolution: 1000 DPI, Key type: Pressed keys, Number of keys: 7, Scroll type: Wheel, Power source: Batteries 2 x AA type, Product color: Black
£35.91
Logitech Gray
Logitech

 £11.54

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Logitech LGT-M185G, Form factor: Ambidextrous, Motion detection technology: Optical, Device interface: RF Wireless, Number of buttons: 3, Scroll type: Wheel, Power source: Batteries 1 x AA type, Product color: Grey
£11.54
Logitech Red
Logitech

 £12.71

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Logitech wireless mouse, 2.4 GHz, wireless receiver (USB), 10 m range, 3 buttons, 1000 DPI, 2-way scroll wheel, red
£12.71
Logitech
Logitech

 £11.54

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Logitech B170, Form factor: Ambidextrous, Motion detection Technology: Optical, Device interface: RF Wireless, Button type: Pressed buttons, Number of buttons: 3, Scroll type: Ball bearing, Power source: Batteries, Product color: Black
£11.54
Logitech
Logitech

 £29.50

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Logitech Mouse, 3 buttons, wireless, 2.4 GHz, wireless receiver (USB)
£29.50
Logitech
Logitech

 £12.71

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Logitech M171, Form factor: Ambidextrous, Motion detection Technology: Optical, Device interface: RF Wireless, Number of buttons: 2, Scroll type: Wheel, Power source: AA type batteries, Product color: Black
£12.71
Logitech
Logitech

 £19.89

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Logitech M235 wireless mouse, 2.4 GHz, wireless receiver (USB), scroll type: wheel, grey
£19.89
Logitech
Logitech

 £14.76

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£14.76
Logitech
Logitech

 £81.97

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Logitech Trackball, RF wireless, Bluetooth, 440 DPI, optical, right, 8 buttons, 2.4 GHz, wireless receiver (USB)
£81.97
Logitech Blue
Logitech

 £12.19

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Logitech Mouse, wireless, 2.4 GHz, wireless receiver (USB), 10 m range, 3 buttons, 1000 DPI, 2-way scroll wheel, blue
£12.19
Logitech Gray
Logitech

 £13.34

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Logitech mouse, wireless, 2.4 GHz, wireless receiver (USB), 10 m range, 3 buttons, 1000 DPI, 2-way scroll wheel, grey
£13.34
Logitech
Logitech

 £13.46

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Logitech B110 Silent, Ambidextrous, Optical, USB Type-A, 1000 DPI, Black
£13.46
Logitech Blue
Logitech

 £12.83

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Logitech M171, Ambidextrous, Optical, RF Wireless, 1000 DPI, Black, Blue
£12.83
Logitech
Logitech

 £16.67

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Logitech M187, Ambidextrous, Optical, RF Wireless, 1000 DPI, Black
£16.67
Logitech
Logitech

 £19.10

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Logitech mouse, right- and left-handed, 3 buttons, wired (USB), resolution: 1000 DPI, scroll type: wheel, product color: grey
£19.10
Logitech White
Logitech

 £15.14

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Logitech M187 wireless mouse, wireless receiver (USB), optical, 3 buttons, 2.4 GHz, white
£15.14

What are the different types of computer mice?

Computer mice

Computer mice have different interfaces. Devices with USB connection cables are among the classics. There are also wireless mice:

Wireless mouse

The computer mouse has a USB plug that serves as a radio receiver. You insert it into the USB socket of your laptop or computer. The mouse has a long range. Users should look for energy-saving models. Rechargeable batteries increase the lifespan. They are more sustainable than battery-operated models.

Bluetooth mice

These devices connect to the PC via Bluetooth. You do not need a separate receiver for this. The devices are less sensitive to interference.

The most common forms of computer mouse

Ergonomic mouse

These are suitable for users who frequently work at the computer. The vertical design relieves strain on the arm, hands, shoulders and neck.

Trackball mouse

You operate the ergonomic trackball mouse with one finger. This means you do not have to slide it across the mouse pad. The computer mouse enables faster reactions and high precision.

Gaming mouse

Popular with graphic artists and gamers. The handy devices set visual highlights. They have additional buttons that users can assign individually. The computer mouse enables precise scanning. The DPI value is adjustable to adapt the mouse to different types of games.

Mini mouse

These small devices are suitable for mobile use. They disappear in the laptop bag to save space. The computer mouse offers the essential functions with two buttons and a scroll wheel.

What does DPI mean for a computer mouse?

The abbreviation "DPI" stands for dots per inch. The unit of measurement indicates the ratio of the distance covered by the cursor on your screen to the individual pixels. In order for the mouse pointer to change its position on the desktop, a sensor converts the movement on the mouse pad into a signal. With a high DPI value, the cursor moves faster. You cover a shorter distance with the mouse. The sensing is finer and more sensitive. Resolutions between 800 and 1,600 DPI are recommended for work and gaming.

Computer mouse with or without cord - which is better?

Gamers prefer corded computer mice because they are minimally faster. They enable stable signal transmission without dropouts. For the office, models without a cord are the best choice. The absence of a cable makes the desk tidier.

Ergonomic vs. normal computer mouse - what is the difference?

An ergonomic mouse adapts perfectly to the shape of your hand. It has a vertical design (vertical mouse) and a comfortable rest for your thumb. This prevents pressure on the tendons. The device allows you to work comfortably without straining your hand and arm. At the same time, the computer mouse takes the strain off your shoulders and neck. Depending on the model, there are additional thumb buttons.

What are the health risks of using the wrong computer mouse?

The repetitive movements involved in using a computer mouse and keyboard put strain on your arm and hand. Over a longer period of time, pain develops in the arm and fingers. This leads to discomfort in the neck and shoulders. In severe cases, using the wrong computer mouse can lead to mouse arm. Repetitive Strain Injury Syndrome (RSI) is a condition in which various symptoms affect the hand, shoulder, arm and neck. Muscle weakness, numbness, tingling, discomfort and pain occur. An ergonomically shaped mouse and keyboard counteract mouse arm.

What features should I look for when buying a computer mouse?

When choosing, look for the following factors:

  • Mouse interfaces (wired or wireless).
  • Shape of the computer mouse
  • Resolution of the mouse (DPI value)
  • Size to fit your hand
  • rechargeable batteries for USB mice