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Wireless Computer Mice, Trackballs, and Touchpads

Wireless computer mice, trackballs, and touchpads are changing the way users interact with their tablets, laptops, and desktops, offering greater freedom than ever before. Computer mice, trackballs, and touchpads have traditionally been in-built or connected via cables, restricting a user's ability to operate the device from a distance or within a particular workspace. However, using the latest technology, there are numerous ways you can manipulate your device in a way that suits you.

Connect Your Way

From optical wireless computer mice, trackballs, and touchpads that use infrared technology to Bluetooth-enabled devices and laser wireless computer mice, trackballs, and touchpads, you choose the technology that suits you and your computer. Take advantage of outstanding battery performance and greater accuracy with the latest models from some of the world's leading tech brands.

Wireless Computer Mice

Have greater freedom to control your computer from wherever you want with a wireless computer mouse. Enjoy smoother movement without the restrictions of a cord and improvements in response time and accuracy in high-end models. Select from optical computer mice that use infrared technology to connect to your computer, as well as Bluetooth mice and air mice that allow you to use your mouse without the need for a flat surface, much like you would a remote control.

Wireless Trackballs

Work all day in greater comfort with a sculpted trackball to support your hand and rest your arm. Top-of-the-line models offer outstanding battery life with up to 18 months usage from a single AA battery, and they can help to reduce repetitive stress injuries associated with long hours at your laptop or desktop computer.

Wireless Touchpads

Add a standalone wireless touchpad to your tablet or desktop computer in place of a mouse, which connect via Bluetooth or a USB receiver. They have been created in response to the increased use of swiping, tapping, and gesturing in modern devices by mimicking touchscreen gestures.

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