The best and cheapest mice of 2020

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A “mouse” or “mouse” is an external component of a PC with which you can, among other things, select, move and copy elements on the screen. It has become an indispensable part of any desktop that is worth salting. When the mice started they were wired to computers, but wireless ones that can be used without wires soon became popular. In case you didn’t know, you can even use your phone as a mouse.

The mouse makes it easy to send orders to the computer by pressing a button or moving the device

In this article today, we’re recommending some of the best mice you can find on the market today. If you are thinking of changing your mouse or buying a new one, don’t forget to check out the models we have featured:

-TECKNET Wireless Mouse: It is a 2.4 GHz optical “plug and play” technology (just plug it in to use it) that can be connected to the computer without cables up to 15 meters away becomes. It has up to six setting levels and six buttons. It is ergonomic for right and left handers. Uses two double A (AA) batteries with a lifespan of up to 30 months. Its price is 10.99 euros.

Tecknet plug and play mouse

-Logitech B100 Wired Mouse: This is a classic three button cable model with optical tracking. It can be used by ambidextrous users and is compatible with computers and laptops. They have a sensitivity of 800 DPI (dots per inch, in Spanish). No configuration is required. Just connect to the USB port and you’re good to go. It has a cost of 4.99 euros.

-VicTsing Mini Wireless Mouse: This is a 2.4GHz wireless mouse with a nano-receiver that connects to the computer up to 10 meters away. No drives are required, just plug and play. It is ergonomic and has rubber plates to ensure a better grip. When in sleep mode, it has a memory mode that turns the device off until it is touched again. It uses a double A (AA) battery and is compatible with various operating systems such as Windows, Linux, and Mac (although the side buttons do not work on Mac OS). Its price is 9.99 euros.

-Logitech M350 PEBBLE Wireless Mouse: It is a light model with a weight of 120 grams and a compact size of 5.87 x 10.67 x 2.65 centimeters. It’s quiet and shaped like a small river stone. It has two connection systems: Bluetooth or a mini USB receiver that connects to the computer or laptop. A single double A (AA) battery is used with a charge time of up to 18 months. Compatible with Windows, Mac OS and iPad OS. Its price is 24.99 euros.

Logitech plug and play mouse

-Havit Gaming Mouse: is a gaming mouse specially designed for playing video games. It has seven different RGB lighting modes that are fully adjustable and controlled with the mouse’s LED selection buttons. The seven fire buttons are configurable and compatible with Windows and Linux operating systems. Its price is 16.99 euros.

Mouse player Mouse Havit

-Coener rechargeable wireless mouse: Works over a wireless connection through a USB port that works when transmitting at 2.4 GHz. allows you to reach up to 10 meters away. It is an optical mouse that does not require any installation software. Just plug them in and you’re good to go. The sensitivity levels can be set to 800, 1200 and 1600 dpi.

The battery is rechargeable and will go into sleep mode after five minutes of inactivity when not in use. The clicks are quiet, it is compatible with Windows, Mac OS, Macbook, notebook and any computer that has a USB port. The design is ultra-thin, weighs 140 grams and measures 13.8 x 8.2 x 4.4 centimeters. Its price is 10.19 euros.

Coener bluetooth mouse

-Amotus Wireless Mouse– Uses 2.4 GHz two-way wireless technology with a range of up to 10 meters. Up to three sensitivity levels can be set: 800, 1200 and 1600 DPI. It weighs 77 grams and measures 14 x 8 x 5 centimeters. An internal battery is used that lasts up to 15 months. Activates sleep mode after eight minutes of inactivity. It is ergonomically designed and has programmable LED lights. It is compatible with Windows, Mac OS, laptops and other devices with a USB port. Its price is 6.84 euros.

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