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3 tips for buying a computer mouse

To prevent hand and arm injuries while working on a computer all day, ergonomics is key. Unfortunately, most computer mice are designed for right-handed people, which can pose a problem for lefties. That said, there are plenty of specialized mice available for left-handed people.

If multiple people use the same mouse, choosing an ambidextrous mouse is a wise choice. They often have a straighter design to accommodate both right and left-handed users.

As a gamer, you're well aware that quick response time can make or break your gaming experience. Using a slow mouse can lead to frustrating losses. That's where DPI (dots per inch) comes into play. The higher the DPI, the faster the mouse responds to your movements.

But, a DPI that's too high can make your mouse pointer move too fast. This can make it tough to hit targets in precision games like FPS. That's why we recommend a computer mouse with DPI shift - a button that quickly adjusts DPI when needed.

Don't let a dying mouse ruin your day. Always check the battery life before buying a mouse For this reason. Wired mice are a great option for those who don't want to run out of battery at a crucial moment.

If you're someone who wants to ditch the cords, we recommend a wireless mouse that charges via USB cable. This way, you don't have to worry about changing batteries or running out of power unexpectedly. Plus, some models offer fast charging, so you can get back to work or gaming in no time.

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