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Topic # 192226 2-Mar-2016 13:08
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Currently have a small portable Microsoft bluetooth mouse which is good but not the best for long periods of time.

 

What does everyone else here use with their laptops when on the road?


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  Reply # 1504880 2-Mar-2016 13:12
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  Reply # 1504974 2-Mar-2016 14:10
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Logitech MX Master. Three different profiles so you can connected to up to three different machines - either via Bluetooth or via Logitech nano adapter. Very comfortable. Precise. Long battery life.





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  Reply # 1504980 2-Mar-2016 14:27
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I've been using LOGITECH M525 Wireless Mouse for the last 3 and a half years and still on the original batteries..

 

So I recommend that.. :)


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  Reply # 1505002 2-Mar-2016 14:52
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im using the logitech M557 Bluetooth mouse


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  Reply # 1505195 2-Mar-2016 20:10
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Mad Catz' R.A.T. M Wireless Mobile Gaming Mouse. Person with big hands might not like it.


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