Whether you’re using your laptop for work or gaming, you don’t want to rely solely on the touchpad. Having a wireless mouse removes a lot of hassle and difficulty in using a touchpad or wired mouse with a long cord. Wireless mice allow for greater precision, which can be important for video and photo editing, online gaming and other detail-oriented tasks.
Luckily, these days you don’t have to spend a fortune to get awith the features you need to make working, gaming or traveling more convenient. There are quite a few bargains on wireless mice right now. Check out the best wireless mouse deals currently available below. We will update this article periodically as deals expire and new price drops occur at various retailers.
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Best Wireless Mouse Deals for Everyday Computing
This mouse is light and portable, plus it connects wirelessly via Bluetooth and works on a variety of surfaces thanks to BlueTrack technology. The wheel is optimized for smooth scrolling and the low-profile design helps it sit comfortably in most hands.
This highly rated mouse was recently discontinued by the manufacturer, but that means you can get a really great deal on it while supplies last. You can use the mouse seamlessly on up to three computers. In fact, you can copy paste text, images and files from one to the other using Logitech Flow, which makes this ideal for people with a robust at-home setup — perhaps for remote work or school. It works with both Windows and Mac computers and lasts up to 70 days on a single charge.
With laser technology for precision tracking and a smart sleep mode, this mouse is a good one for everyday use. It also has an on/off switch so that you can further conserve power, which in turn results in a battery life lasting up to two years. It’s designed for comfortable use whether you are right or left-handed and is compatible with Mac, Windows and Chrome OS.
Best Wireless Mouse Deals for Travel
This plug-and-play USB wireless mouse works with PC and Mac and features a 2.4 Ghz wireless connection for lag-free performance. The design is small and sleek, making it ultra-portable, and it has a nano wireless receiver that can be stored in the mouse when not in use so it doesn’t get lost while traveling. This mouse needs a AAA battery, but the first one comes with your purchase.
Want a vibrant, low-cost option to brighten up your space wherever you are? This small, responsive wireless mouse has a range of up to 10 meters and a battery life of up to 12 months on a single, pre-installed AA battery. The plug-and-play 2.4 Gz mouse works across many devices and operating systems including Windows, MacOS, Chrome OS and Linux. The built-in USB storage makes it easy to travel with as well.
This 2.4 Ghz ambidextrous mouse is designed for gaming, but its size and battery life make it a great option for gaming while traveling. It offers a high-precision 7200 DPI optical sensor and 1000 Hz ultrapolling. Wireless, extended gaming session are supported by up to 350 hours of battery life using swappable AA batteries. Plus, the wireless USB receiver can be stored inside the mouse, which is useful for keeping it safe when on-the-go. However, if you prefer connecting via Bluetooth, that option is available. There are also five programmable buttons you can customize.
Best Wireless Mouse Deals For Gaming
This mouse is 25% faster than competing wireless mice thanks to Razer’s HyperSpeed wireless technology, so you won’t have to worry about low latency or interference. It features ambidextrous design to work for both left- and right-handed users; it has programmable buttons on both sides. This gaming mouse also includes a 20K DPI optical sensor. And with features like a 70-hour battery life, it won’t shut down on you mid-session.
This mouse features a 16,000 DPI optical sensor for accuracy even with the slightest movements and six programmable buttons for customized use. Using Razer HyperSpeed, you can get wireless performance for up to 285 hours, or you can switch to Bluetooth mode for up to 450 hours of battery.
This mouse was designed with input from professional esports players and it improves upon previous models with its Hero 25K sensor that exceeds 400 IPS and delivers 25,000 DPI. It features an ambidextrous design, customizable Lightsync RGB lighting, eight programmable buttons and 60 hours of continuous gaming on a single charge.
This wireless gaming mouse features a 16,000 DPI optical sensor. Plus, rubberized side grips reduce fatigue over long gaming sessions, giving this mouse a more ergonomic design than previous models. It also has seven programmable buttons and lasts up to 50 hours on a single charge with the Chroma RGB lighting disabled to conserve power.
Overwatch 2 Beta Begins Tomorrow: Start Time and What to Expect
Overwatch 2 starts its second beta on Tuesday, June 28, for PC and console players. The beta begins at 2 p.m. ET/11 a.m. PT and runs through Monday, July 18. Sign-ups are still open for a chance to participate, and you can still get guaranteed access if you’re willing to spend some cash.
The next beta will be our first look at Junker Queen, a new tank hero who first appeared in posters on the Junkertown map that was released in 2017. Fans have been hoping to play her ever since, and five years later, we’re finally getting the chance. The new beta also adds a new hybrid map, Paraiso. The developers have laid out their goals for the beta, which include testing server capacity and hero balance.
Overwatch 2 is the sequel to Blizzard’s class-based shooter, featuring two teams of five players fighting over objectives. Overwatch devs announced in June that the game will be. The injected a frantic pace into the game, which was a welcome change from the slower, more grinding pacing that’s plagued Overwatch in recent years. The free-to-play PvP element will bring the game more in line with other competitive shooters, like Valorant and Apex Legends.
How to sign up for the Overwatch 2 beta
Anyone can sign up for Overwatch 2’s second beta, but it’s not technically an open beta. The game will add people gradually as it ramps up server capacity, and the first big wave of beta access will happen on July 5, according to the beta FAQ page. Even if you were in the previous beta, you’ll need to sign up again.
Here’s how to sign up:
1. Go to the Overwatch 2 beta site.
2. In the top right corner, log in to your Blizzard Account.
3. At the bottom of the Overwatch 2 beta page, choose your platform (and region for PlayStation players).
4. Then hit Request Beta Access.
If you want guaranteed beta access on June 28, you can purchase the Watchpoint Pack ($40). In addition to beta access on day one, you’ll also get two legendary character skins, a unique player icon and enough digital currency to buy the first two battle passes.
How do I download the Overwatch 2 beta?
Blizzard hasn’t released details on downloading the second beta, but it should follow the same process as the first beta. Here’s how that worked:
1. Log in to your Battle.net account and navigate to Overwatch on the game launcher.
2. In the bottom left, click the Game Version drop-down.
3. Select Overwatch 2 Tech Beta to install.
4. When the download is complete, hit the blue Play button to start.
Junker Queen abilities
The new beta finally gives fans a chance to play as Junker Queen, a hero we’ve all been excited about and/or thirsting over since she was first teased on the Junkertown map. Here’s what we know about Junker Queen’s abilities, from the Overwatch Twitter account:
New Hybrid Map: Paraiso
The beta also adds Paraiso, a new hybrid map that explores Lucio’s home, including the DJ’s Clube Sinestesia. As with all hybrid maps, players will start by attacking or defending a control point, and if the attackers succeed, players will spend the rest of the map attacking or defending a payload.
For more Overwatch 2 news, check out everything we learned from the.
Icebergify: How To Create an Iceberg of Your Most Listened to Spotify Artists
Been on social media today? Seen those bizarre musical Icebergs floating around in your feed? You’re not alone. Screenshots like this have been doing the rounds today, particularly on Twitter.
It’s all created via the magic of a website called Icebergify.
Using the data from your Spotify listening habits, Icebergify creates an Iceberg of your most listened to artists ranked by popularity. At the tip of the iceberg? Your favourite “mainstream” artists. Your Taylor Swifts, your Beyonces, your Drakes, etc. The further down you go, the more obscure it becomes. It looks a little like this…
If you want to see your own iceberg, you can head to the website directly. Be warned: it does require your Spotify log-in.
The Icebergify website was developed by Akshay Raj, a freshman studying Computer & Data Science at Rice University. He says he has no plans to monetize the site or use the data collected — which is limited to your username, Spotify account ID and the top 50 tracks and artists listened to over the past few years.
How does it work? It’s fairly simple. Icebergify takes your most listened to artists and sorts them according to popularity rankings. Streams, shares, saves, likes, and followers are all taken into account. This is why Beyonce might be at the top of your iceberg, but lesser known artists are at the bottom, beneath the ocean. Also worth noting: It seems like Icebergify is being flooded due to its surprising popularity. Head back later if it doesn’t immediately work.
Apple’s First Mixed-Reality Headset May Sport New M2 Processor
Apple’s first mixed-reality headset could come with the company’s flagship M2 processor, just one of the “deluge” of new products the company is expected to unveil in the next year, Bloomberg’s Mark Gurman reported Sunday.
The M2, unveiled in June, features redesigned central processing units and a significant memory increase, which would provide a significant boost to the much-rumored headset over the previous M1 chip.
The much-rumored headset incorporating both virtual and augmented reality environments is expected to provide a boon to the gaming industry. Apple analyst Ming-Chi Kuo said earlier week that the headset —— would be the most complicated product Apple has designed yet.
Apple CEO Tim Cook has been vocal about his excitement about AR. Earlier this week, he explained that the tech industry is still in the “very early innings” of this technology’s possibilities.
“I couldn’t be more excited about the opportunities we’ve seen in this space, and sort of stay tuned and you’ll see what we have to offer,” Cook told China Daily.
Other products Gurman expects to debut in the next 12 months include four iPhone 14 models, three Apple Watch variations, several Macs with M2 and M3 chips, iPads, updated AirPods Pro earbuds, a fresh HomePod, and an upgraded Apple TV.
Apple didn’t immediately respond to a request for comment.
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