This might be a weird question, but what computer mice do you recommend? How segmented is this market really?
Wired is preferred, really. Normal orientation (aka: not vertical, which my current one is). I'm not a gamer.
@Greg - My Logitech wireless mouse has aged well, and it looks like ZaReason is reselling a similar model. If I were buying a new wired mouse, I'd skim through Monoprice's list, and gamble on cheap, well-rated (but available) one from Monoprice: https://www.monoprice.com/search/index?keyword=mouse&sort=sellingPrice%20asc
@Greg Only issue with Logitech mice is the switches give out after about 2-3 years so you'll get some ghost clicks or no clicks. That said I haven't found anything else that works nearly as well.
i don't even know if you can still buy 'em, but i have a stockpile dating to my days as the person who fixes your printer and fishes a new mouse out of the pile in the supply closet...
@Greg Logitech MX Master, is my current mouse of choice.
Can be used wired and wireless. If wireless, battery lasts 2-3 months, chargable by using over USB.
I choose it for its ergonomic grip (avoid tense/hovering fingers). It is slightly slanted and has a pad to let hand and thumb rest.
I have both finger top buttons and thumb side buttons enabled, I alternate to avoid repetitive strain.
Scroll supports ratched or silent free spin (I prefer the latter).
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