If you're buying a new computer and it comes with a mouse, you're probably looking at a shitty machine bundled with a relic. The age of the mouse is over. Anyone pushing them with new computers is selling crap.
We didn't exactly walk away impressed with Logitech's unorthodox Cube mouse, but the company's just-announced M600 features a more traditional form factor, bearing a striking resemblance to Apple's Magic Mouse as it also sheds buttons for a touch-friendly surface.
Logitech arguable makes the best mice you can buy. I guess it tires of doing so, as the Cube mouse-plus-PowerPoint-clicker is an ergonomic war crime and peripheral abomination. At least it's small enough to purge from memory.
You know the economy is really going to bloody hell when ATMs start to pay bank customers with dead rodents, which is exactly what happen to Gholam Hafezi, the guy in this photo. He got his cash and the dead Mickey on the left.
Nobody wants to use a wired mouse anymore, but the tradeoff is the added weight of a battery needed to power their wireless functionality. Not so with Genius' new DX-ECO mouse, which uses a lightweight capacitor instead.
Modern mice, what with their sleek lines and ergonomic designs, make it easy to stay online for hours. Thankfully, mousing comfort wasn't always a concern, and after 15 minutes with this retro mouse you'll be too sore to surf.
Who doesn't love a good wireless mouse? Free from wires that tangle, it can soar across your desktop, free as a bird. We tested five of the best on the market, and while they were all good, there can be only one Bestmodo.