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Microsoft Wireless Mice, Trackballs and Touchpads

Should you be looking for any PC equipment or parts, Microsoft are renowned worldwide for reliability and quality. Microsoft wireless mice, trackballs and touchpads are no different, with them being designed for both personal and business use. There are a range of styles to choose from ranging in features and colours designed for you.

With their lightweight and slimline designs, you can ensure these pieces of computer equipment can be easily transported in your laptop bag alongside all your other devices required. The best part about these wireless computer accessories is that without the need for wires means wherever you're working there is a great option for you, even with limited desk space.

Wireless mice

Often using a mouse with wires can be difficult, particularly if you are working on a small desk space. Not only that but when you are travelling, the wires can be easily tangled. To save yourself the hassle, a Microsoft wireless mouse can ensure you have no problems with wires going forward. It's recommended you carry spare batteries with you that are compatible with the mouse you opt for, to ensure it doesn't run out of power when you are away from your home or office.


Depending on whether you are right or left handed, you'll have to ensure you choose the right Microsoft trackball for you. These are popular with gamers and graphic designers who need a bit more precision that a normal computer mouse. With a simplistic use, your index finger will control the trackball itself, with more control over scrolling and zooming in particular.


Microsoft computer touchpads are becoming increasingly popular, particularly within graphic design and marketing agencies where they feature a tactile sensor that moves with the user's finger in a highly accurate manner. As there is no need to move this device around like a mouse or trackball, these computer accessories are used more for people who have limited desk space.

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