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Full-size, wireless, laser mice recommendations?

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It appears most wireless laser mice are "mobile" ones, which basically mean they're tiny.

 

I am looking for a full-size, wireless, laser mouse.

 

Any recommendations?

 

I don't fancy paying more than ?30.

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Want that with a USB dongle or bluetooth?? I've been looking for a bluetooth mouse for quite some time. I'm not a fan of Apples and the rest I've found of a similar size are more expensive.

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Want that with a USB dongle or bluetooth?? I've been looking for a bluetooth mouse for quite some time. I'm not a fan of Apples and the rest I've found of a similar size are more expensive.

My laptop has Bluetooth, so I'm open to both methods :)

I will, however, be online gaming.

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only downside about the g700/g700s as well as the performance mouse mx is battery life only lasts you at most a week (half a day to a whole day on g700/g700s under max mouse settings (1000mhz polling rate and max gaming performance settings))

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It appears most wireless laser mice are "mobile" ones, which basically mean they're tiny.

 

I am looking for a full-size, wireless, laser mouse.

 

Any recommendations?

 

I don't fancy paying more than ?30.

In my case, my choice is the Logitech V220 Cordless Mouse for Notebooks.

 

Despite the "for Notebooks" in the labeling, it works a treat on desktops - and regardless of OS.

 

It works with either SetPoint (Logitech's pointing-device utility), IntelliPoint Pro (Microsoft's similar utility for Windows 7 and earlier) and the Keyboard and Mouse Center (Windows 8+/Server 2012+).

 

It's full-sized (same size as the original Microsoft Mouse), ambidextrous (using any of the utility software listed above, the right and left buttons can be swapped), and it's decently priced ($30USD before discounts and sales, even retail).

 

It has longer battery life than the G700, and you can use it without macros.

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