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Need a New Mouse for your Home Office? We Recommend these 5 Options…

5 Mouse Options we Recommend for Home Offices

If your old mouse is broken, or feeling particularly clunky, then these are the 5 mice that you should be choosing from to pick your replacement. Having an efficient home office set up is becoming increasingly important, so don’t forget the little things like replacing your mouse.

Pioneer Rechargeable Bluetooth Mouse

This product was recommended by Noman Asghar from Fan Jackets

This mouse is awesome for home and office users to work efficiently. Bluetooth wireless connectivity that can connect up to three device simultaneously. Has 5 different DPI which ease to use different softwares and play games without any difficulty.


Razer DeathAdder Elite Gaming Mouse

This product was recommended by Kevin Miller from The Word Counter

Great all around, excellent responsiveness for gaming, etc – but wow, it’s really comfortable in your hand. I have to say that despite the performance it’s really the comfort that holds the greatest appeal for me.


Wired Ergonomic Mouse

This product was recommended by Lilia Manibo from Anthrodesk

Helps prevent injuries associated with the continuous use of a mouse as it allows you arm to stay in a more natural position.


Wireless Ergonomic Mouse

This product was recommended by Lilia Manibo from Anthrodesk

Studies show that a vertical mouse causes less strain on your wrist and arm. With its wireless technology, keep your desk space clean and organized, no more cords or cables. Includes long lasting rechargeable battery, no more switching out those AA batteries


Jelly Comb Slim 2.4G Wireless Mouse

This product was recommended by Melanie Musson from CaliforniaCarInsurance

The ergonomic design of this mouse helps protect your wrists from the damaging effects of frequent misalignment that can happen when using a mouse or keyboard that’s not designed for proper alignment. Besides the comfort qualities of this mouse, it is easy to connect to a wide range of computer systems. It’s efficient and runs on one AA battery.


Written by Zak Parker

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