6 Best Wire­less Mouse for Chromebook

Namrata Gogoi

A Chromebook comes with a trackpad to let you navigate the OS with ease. But it can be limiting if you want to engage in other productive activities and a little casual gaming. Thankfully, most laptop mouse works remarkably well on Chromebooks as well.

Best Wireless Mouse for Chromebook

So if you have bought a Chromebook (or planning to buy one), these are the best wireless mouse for Chromebooks that you can buy. But before that,

1. Microsoft Bluetooth Mouse

Microsoft Bluetooth Mouse

If you want a simple fuss-free mouse for your Chromebook without spending a lot, the Bluetooth Mouse from Microsoft makes for a good buy. It doesn't have any fancy features like programmable buttons or adjustable DPI. It's small, and the lightweight design makes navigating through long documents and spreadsheets an easy peasy affair. It works via Bluetooth 5.0.

It is easy to set up, and the ambidextrous design is an added plus. You get a total of 4 buttons, and that's about it.

As noted earlier, navigating with this mouse is a smooth affair, and it works as advertised on Chromebooks. And hey, the pastel colors add a unique vibe.

2. seenda Wireless Mouse

seenda Wireless Mouse

Another affordable wireless mouse is the one by seenda. Compared to the one above, this comes with extra functions like adjustable DPI and RGB lighting. It has a curved design that neatly fits the palms' curve, which is a huge plus. This ergonomic design helps in holding the mouse for long periods.

One of the major highlights of this mouse is its quiet buttons. This one gets rid of the clicky sounds. While you do get some resistance when you press the buttons, there is no distracting noise. But at the end of the day, you may need some time to get used to it, but it will help you in the long run.

There are a couple of extra buttons, apart from the standard ones. There's an on/off button (the Microsoft Bluetooth mouse doesn't have one) and one to control the light effects.

The seenda wireless mouse has received plenty of positive feedback from its user base, primarily for the comfort it brings to the table, apart from the battery life and performance. More importantly, it doesn't burn a hole in the pocket.

3. Microsoft Wireless Mobile Mouse 4000

Microsoft Wireless Mobile Mouse 4000

The Microsoft Wireless Mobile Mouse 4000 has been in the market for quite a few years now, and it's close to being the ideal mouse for travelers. It's a versatile mouse and can be used on any surface like glass, wood, etc., all thanks to the Bluetooth sensing tech. It's a small mouse, and you can easily tuck it inside your Chromebook sleeve.

Though it has a small design, it has the necessary features in place. For one, the sides are textured to help you grip the mouse better. Secondly, it's an ambidextrous mouse.

Like the one above, this one is a typical plug & play mouse. However, Microsoft gives you the option to remap some of the buttons. Plus, there are a few customization options for setting the right scroll speed and click speed.

It's a durable mouse, and several users have pointed this out in their reviews. Plus, people love the ergonomic design. However, it's a basic mouse, and if you want several functions at the press of a button, this probably is not the one for you.

4. Logitech M720 Triathlon Mouse

Logitech M720 Triathlon Mouse

If you want an advanced mouse for your Chromebook, then the Logitech M720 Triathlon is a good pick. It's doesn't cost a bomb and bundles plenty of functions under the hood. For one, it can connect to two additional devices, apart from your Chromebook. It has programmable buttons and has an 'almost' ergonomic design. We say almost because the raised curve can be a little stressful to hold for long periods.

That said, it has a clever design. There's an indented and textured nook for your thumb to rest on. At the same time, the function keys are easily accessible.

Like the one above, this mouse works well on any surface, making it a good travel mouse. This way, you do not have to carry a mouse pad with you every time you travel.

For now, you get a max DPI of 1,000, and this makes it good enough for both office and home-office work. Logitech offers some customization options and lets you switch the left and right buttons. Furthermore, you can tweak the mouse speed as well.

It has a solid build and will last you a long time. But, it's not without its limitations. The folks at PC Mag felt that the hyper-fast scroll wheel was a tad slippery.

5. Microsoft Surface Precision Mouse

Microsoft Surface Precision Mouse

The Microsoft Surface Precision Mouse doesn't look like much at first glance. But the good news is that it bundles most of the essential features, such as a vertical scrolling wheel, thumb rest, and a curved design. And if your work involves scrolling through websites and endless documents, the vertical scroll wheel will help you save time and energy.

This wireless mouse also works as a wired version, thanks to a USB-C port at the front. And on good days, you can work seamlessly through the Bluetooth 4.2 LE dongle.

This one is designed for office work and helps you carry on your work with ease. It has a total of 5 buttons. You can customize all the buttons as per your preference. At the same time, it has a maximum DPI of 3,200 DPI, so if you need the pointer to move fast, it is possible.

This precision mouse is a little expensive compared to some of its counterparts above. But, if you need a minimalistic fuss-free yet durable mouse, this is the perfect pick.

6. Logitech MX Master 3

Logitech MX Master 3

If you want the best experience from a mouse, then you should check out the Logitech MX Master 3. It has a slew of functionality under its roof, which makes it apt for multitasking. It has a slew of buttons, 6 of which can be programmed. However, it makes for a good buy only if you plan to use it both on your Chromebook and your laptop.

It's one of the most popular ergonomic mice out there. The buttons are placed cleverly, and so is the thumb rest. You do not need to stretch your fingers, and all the aptly-placed buttons let you go about your job with ease. Furthermore, if you want to fly through a long spreadsheet, the vertical scroll wheel makes it all possible.

Compared to the Microsoft precision mouse, the maximum DPI is a little higher. For now, it can track up to 4,000 DPI.

When it comes to performance, it delivers impressive results with accurate and precise tracking. And the ergonomic design ensures that you can go about your work without stressing your hands and wrists. It's quite popular on Amazon. And users have praised it for its battery life, value-for-money proposition, and its performance.

As Quick as a Mouse

While there are several options, it's pretty confusing to pick the right one from the lot. If you want an affordable option, then the Logitech M720 is a good choice. It packs in all the necessary functions that you'd want in a mouse without going overboard. However, if you have multiple devices to connect, you can't go wrong with the MX Master 3.


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Namrata loves writing about products and gadgets. She has been working for Guiding Tech since 2017 and has around three years of experience writing features, how-tos, buying guides, and explainers. Previously she worked as an IT Analyst at TCS, but she found her calling elsewhere.