One of the strengths of Apple MacBook laptops is their trackpad. It’s huge. It has always been a differentiator because, apart from the size, it is very precise and comfortable to use. It’s difficult to find a team from another brand that comes close in performance.
However, the experience of a mouse (Mouse) conventional, typical of desktop computers, is superior to many users who even carry a compact one in their briefcase or backpack to use anywhere. Because some tasks are more pleasant with this peripheral device.
That’s why we put together Best Compact Bluetooth Mice for use with the Apple MacBook notebook computer. Some of the points considered in the selection are:
- Size: that it is compact, not very big so it can be carried in a briefcase or backpack without being bulky.
- connectivity: Make it Bluetooth; There are wireless mice that will work with a 2.4GHz wireless receiver, but it occupies a USB port on your computer, and most wireless mice are USB-A, so you’ll need to use an adapter.
- autonomy: which has a rechargeable battery or works with batteries and which does not need to be changed for many months.
Bluetooth mice for MacBook laptop
Wireless bluetooth mouse Satechi M1
We’ll start with one of the most interesting proposals because it could pass perfectly designed by Apple in California. The Satechi M1 (34.99 euros) is a wireless mouse available in five colors that connects via Bluetooth 4.0 and is compatible with Mac and iPad. It has a range of 10 meters and a resolution of 1200 DPI for accurate and fast tracking. It charges via USB-C and its shape is ideal for both left- and right-handed users.
SATECHI M1 Aluminum Wireless Bluetooth Mouse with Rechargeable Type-C Connector – for M2/ M1 MacBook Pro/Air, M2/ M1 iPad Pro/Air, M2 Mac Mini, iMac M1 and More (Space Gray)
Logitech MX Anywhere 3 wireless mouse
Designed for the Mac, the Logitech MX Anywhere 3 (105 euros) is one of the best-known wireless Bluetooth mice for its compact size, ideal for use anywhere. It features MagSpeed scrolling that allows the user to automatically switch between different modes, including scrolling at thousands of lines per second and stopping at each pixel. It has a 4000 DPI sensor, is charged via USB-C and has an autonomy of up to 70 days. It can even be used on glass.
Logitech MX Anywhere 3 for Mac: Compact Mouse, Wireless, Ultra-Fast Magnetic Scrolling, Any Surface, 4000 DPI Sensor, Custom Buttons, USB-C, Bluetooth – Light Gray
Trust the wireless puck mouse
The Trust Puck ($21.99) is one of the cheapest wireless Bluetooth mice on the list. With a height of only 27mm, it features silent buttons to work more quietly without disturbing anyone. However, it connects to the MacBook via Bluetooth also comes with USB-A micro receiver. It is charged via USB-C and the DPI is adjustable: 800, 1200 or 1600 DPI.
Trust Puck Rechargeable Wireless Mouse Bluetooth or 2.4GHz with USB Micro Receiver 800/1200/1600 DPI Quiet Buttons Ergonomic Computer/Laptop/MacBook/PC/Mac/iPad/Tablet – Blue
Logitech M590 wireless mouse
Available in three colors of black, white and red, the Logitech M590 (51.99 euros) is a compact wireless mouse that offers dual connectivity, either via Bluetooth or with the USB receiver. With an autonomy of up to 24 months, it is characterized by being very quiet, with a 90% noise reduction. The curved design fits in the palm of your hand and the curved sides provide a comfortable feel. It integrates five customizable buttons.
Logitech M590 Wireless Silent Multi-Device Mouse, Bluetooth, Unifying USB Receiver, Optical Tracking, 1000 DPI, 2 Year Battery, Compatible with PC, Mac, Laptop – Black
Microsoft Surface Mobile Wireless Mouse
We close with the Microsoft proposal (39.99 euros) that joins the MacBook Low Energy Bluetooth and uses batteries and reaches an approximate autonomy of up to 12 months. It works with different operating systems and its design is sleek and elegant and fits comfortably in the hand.
Microsoft Surface Mobile Mouse (Bluetooth Low Energy, Compatible with PC Windows/Android/MAC BT4.0, 4.1,4.2,5.0) Ice Blue
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