The Best Mouse for Work and Productivity

Fuchsia2020

Posts: 10   +4
Logitech M510 for $25 or less is perfect. Feels good in hand, and the left side button navigation is fine. Good scroll wheel.
 

Entrylevel

Posts: 17   +6
Feel obliged to post that the Anker Wireless Vertical Ergonomic is a fantastic bit of kit that has completely resolved my mouse-related wrist pain.
 

yRaz

Posts: 4,345   +4,992
I have giant hands and I miss my G500, but even that was small for me. Considering getting the G502 or I might just buy a G500 off ebay for the same price. I wish people made decent trackballs, those thumb trackballs lack precision and regular trackballs have low DPI.
 

p51d007

Posts: 3,101   +2,580
"Spoiled for choice" as long as you're not left-handed.

EXACTLY! I "can" use a mouse right handed, but I'm left handed. I know it's a small segment of the population, but some of these I'd like to use, but, they don't make a lefty version.
Thus, I stick with the logitech MX Anywhere 2.