PC Mice

The basic mouse that ships with a PC will usually serve its purpose but there’s a huge variety of more capable models available that can improve your user experience and reduce strain on your fingers and wrists. Choosing the best mouse will ultimately come down to the volume and type of work you typically do but there are other considerations too.

Most standard mice designed for mainstream PC users will feature left and right buttons and a central clickable scroll wheel button in the centre. Some also include navigation buttons allowing you to click back and forwards while surfing the web. As well as these run of the mill mice, there are specialist mice aimed at specific types of users.

 

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  1. HP Travel - mouse - USB
    G1K28AA
    As low as £11.31 £13.57
  2. Dell MS700 - mouse - Bluetooth 5.0 LE - black
    MS700-BK-R-EU
    As low as £45.55 £54.66
  3. Dell MS3320W - mouse - 2.4 GHz, Bluetooth 5.0 - ash pink
    MS3320W-LT-R
    As low as £21.05 £25.26
  4. HP 220 - mouse - 2.4 GHz - snow white
    7KX12AA#ABB
    As low as £13.46 £16.15
  5. HP 220 - mouse - 2.4 GHz - sunset red
    7KX10AA#ABB
    As low as £13.46 £16.15
  6. Dell MS300 - mouse - full size - 2.4 GHz - black
    MS300-BK-R-EU
    As low as £21.31 £25.57
  7. HyperX Pulsefire Core - mouse - USB 2.0
    4P4F8AA
    As low as £32.72 £39.26
  8. HyperX Pulsefire Haste - mouse - 2.4 GHz - black
    4P5D7AA
    As low as £91.49 £109.79
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