Nothing is worse than having your wireless mouse die when you need it most, only to realize you’re out of fresh batteries. If you use a rechargeable mouse with a built-in battery, though, you can just plug it in and charge away. This makes wireless rechargeable mice both eco-friendly and convenient. We believe you’ll never go back to a mouse that needs external batteries once you find a great rechargeable one. With that in mind, here’s a look at our top picks for the best wireless rechargeable mice.
Surface style and versatility:
Microsoft Surface Precision Mouse (Light Grey)
The Surface Precision Mouse is not only rechargeable via micro-USB thanks to its lithium-ion battery, which lasts up to three months on a single charge. It’s packed with valuable features. It connects simultaneously via Bluetooth to up three different devices, its magnetic scrolling feature delivers precision that lives up to the mouse’s name, and it has three customizable buttons that let you easily perform your most common tasks.
Portable and powerful:
Logitech MX Anywhere 2S Mouse
Best for travel
The MX Anywhere is the most compact and lightest mouse in this roundup, making it particularly well suited for travel. It works on just about any surface, and its “hyper-fast scrolling” makes it simple to navigate lengthy sites or documents. It connects via Bluetooth LE or using the included USB dongle. It pairs with three devices at once, and switching back and forth requires a single touch of a button, and you can cut and paste files between PCs. A full charge can last more than two months, and just three minutes of charging via the included micro-USB cable delivers a day of use.
Pricey but amazing:
Razer Viper Ultimate Ultralight Wireless
Razer makes amazing gaming accessories. Its new Viper Ultimate is lightweight, features a new 20,000-DPI optical sensor, and can be used in either hand, so it’s righty and southpaw-friendly. The company claims you get up to 70 hours of use on the built-in battery, and it comes with a wireless charging dock with Chroma light support. However, all that excellence does not come cheap; it is the most expensive mouse in this roundup by a good margin. If you seek the best wireless, rechargeable gaming mouse, this is it. We love the Viper Ultimate, and you will too.
It’s about the trackball, y’all:
Logitech MX Ergo Wireless Trackball Mouse (Rechargeable, Graphite Black)
The MX Ergo’s funky trackball is designed to decrease muscle strain by up to 20%, and along with the customizable angle and tilt between 0 and 20 degrees, this is one comfortable mouse. The built-in lithium-polymer battery delivers up to four months of life, and one minute of charging via the included micro-USB cable can yield a day of power. The scroll wheel has a useful tilt feature. A dedicated “precision mode” button lets you quickly change scroll speed and accuracy. And you can connect two devices at once, easily switch between them, and copy files on one PC and paste on another.
Master o’ productivity:
Logitech MX Master 2S Mouse (Graphite)
You can connect to multiple devices at once with the MX Master 2S (up to three at a time), easily switch between them, and copy files on one PC and paste them to another. A “hyper-fast scroll” feature lets you, well, quickly start scrolling really fast. The MX Master lasts more than two months on a single charge of its lithium-ion polymer battery, and it takes just three minutes to power it up for a day of work using the micro-USB cord that comes with it. It can also connect wirelessly via Bluetooth LE or the included USB dongle. The 4,000-DPI precision sensor means the mouse should work well on any surface. And it’s available in three colors: black, light gray, and teal, though the latter two are more expensive.
Razer Lancehead Mouse
Razer’s Lancehead is our favorite wireless, rechargeable gaming mouse. It’s designed to reduce in-game data lag between it and your PC for a seamless wireless-gaming experience. It has mechanical mouse switches and an ambidextrous design, so it’s south-paw friendly. With a 16,000-DPI sensor and hyper-fast acceleration, this mouse is precise. It also utilizes the company’s Synapse software to sync and save your settings. Battery life isn’t exactly great at just about one day, so you’ll need to charge often, but it comes with a micro-USB cord for charging and a USB wireless dongle. Oh, and it supports 16.8 million customizable Chroma light options, of course.
Charge without wires:
Logitech G903 Mouse
The G903 mouse can charge wirelessly while you game, using the Powerplay mouse pad (sold separately). It also charges via the included micro-USB cable, connects via USB dongle, and has customizable RGB lighting. Battery life isn’t exceptional, and it gets about a day’s worth of life on a charge (more if you don’t use RGB lighting), but using the mat can alleviate all battery concerns. It’s also quite light at just 110 grams, though an included weight can be added to give it a more substantial feel. Tracking is accurate and responsive. The top and side buttons and scroll wheel are all exceptional, and the mouse itself is ambidextrous and ergonomically designed.
Rii RM200 Wireless Mouse
When you need to stand out in the crowd or just match your wacky RGB-laden gaming rig, Rii’s RM200 wireless pointer is the mouse for you. It connects via a wireless dongle to your PC, and it comes with a micro-USB charging cord. The LEDs covering it in a web-like pattern can display seven different colors that randomly change in a “breathing” pattern. After three seconds of idle time, the LEDs disable to save battery life. This rechargeable RGB mouse is more about form than function, but it has all the essential buttons you’d expect, including a scroll wheel, right- and left-click keys, and some side buttons. It’s also one of the most affordable rechargeable mice we’ve found.
Ergonomic and affordable:
Lekvey Rechargeable Vertical Mouse
Vertical mice are designed to be more ergonomic and position your wrist and hand in a way that reduces strain. If you use a mouse for long periods, or if you’re experiencing carpal tunnel syndrome symptoms, a vertical mouse like Lekvey’s Rechargeable Vertical Mouse could help. It plugs in via a USB dongle, which can be stowed in the bottom of the device, so it does not use Bluetooth. Its feature set is basic, but you can adjust the mouse sensitivity up to 1,600 DPI.
If we’re making some suggestions
Rechargeable mice have advantages over their non-rechargeable counterparts, including the fact that they’re more eco-friendly and don’t require that you buy (and then discard batteries) every time you run out. They can save you money on batteries, and as long as you remember to charge them up regularly, they can be more convenient, too.
We appreciate and vouch for every mouse featured in this collection. You won’t be disappointed with any of them. But if we had to pick just one to recommend, it would be the Surface Precision Mouse because it’s packed with valuable features, the battery lasts a long time, and we’re just big fans of the Surface look and feel. However, if you’re looking for a wireless rechargeable travel mouse, you’ll love the MX Anywhere 2S from Logitech. And if it’s a gaming mouse you need, and only the best will do, you’ll surely find a friend in Razer’s Viper Ultimate mouse.
If none of these options suits your needs, make sure to check out our full roundup of all of the best wireless mice available.
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