Google's Chromebooks, Chromeboxes and even Chrome sticks are pretty popular these days. That's largely because you can pick up a Chromebook for just a couple hundred bucks and essentially have a pretty powerful laptop in your hands. Now not all of the trackpads on these Chromebooks are great, which is why a lot of people have opted to pick up a wireless mouse. But which ones are the best? Well we've rounded up ten of the best and have them listed below.
This isn't Logitech's most high-end mouse, but it is a fairly cheap one, and it's fairly small. Which makes it great for traveling. The M510 does use a USB dongle, so all you need to do is plug that into your Chromebook and you'll be good to go. Of course, you'll want to make sure your Chromebook has a USB Type-A port, and not only USB-C ports.
HP x3000 Wireless Mouse
HP has a rather sleek wireless mouse here in the x3000. It's also somewhat cheap, coming in at under $10. The HP x3000 Wireless Mouse is a great looking mouse and one that would be great for travel. It does work perfectly fine with Chrome OS, as most of the others on this list do, and it's not super small, like some others on the market.
Logitech Wireless Marathon Mouse M705
Here's another one from Logitech, and the main feature of the Marathon Mouse M705 is the fact that the battery can last you around 3 years. Which is pretty impressive, seeing as most mice will last you around a few months before needing to be recharged. Of course, that 3-year life span before needing to be recharged, will depend on your usage.
Microsoft RVF-00052 Arc Touch Mouse
This is a fan favorite mouse, simply because you can arc the mouse to fit your hand, so that you can use as comfortably as you'd like. Additionally it does also lay flat, which means you could easily slip it into a pocket in your bag, or even in your pocket if you really wanted too. The Microsoft Arc is a bit more expensive than some of the others on this list, but definitely worth the price.
HP Wireless Mouse Z3700
Another offering from HP, this one is the Z3700 which is a pretty nice looking mouse. There's nothing really all that special about this mouse, but it is nice and compact so it is great for traveling. The Z3700 does claim to have about 16 months of battery life before its two AA batteries need to be recharged.
Logitech MX Master Wireless Mouse
This one isn't as small or as cheap as some of the others on this list, but the MX Master uses both USB and Bluetooth to connect wirelessly. Additionally, it can connect to up to three devices. Meaning you can connect it to your Chromebook, your tablet and even your gaming rig, and just switch them by pressing a button. Talk about convenience.
TeckNet Alpha Ergonomic 2.4G Wireless Optical Mobile Mouse
TeckNet has a great looking mouse here that is also ergonomic, so you won't end up straining your wrist from using it all day long. The TeckNet Alpha is a great looking mouse that works wirelessly using a USB dongle. Unfortunately there is no Bluetooth support with this one.
VicTsing MM057 2.4G Wireless Portable Mobile Mouse
VicTsing has a great portable mouse here that will work with your Chromebook or really any device with a full-sized USB port. This does have a USB dongle, so there is no Bluetooth support unfortunately. It does have five buttons for notebook use. Allowing you to jump back and forth between web pages and such with ease.
Razer Mamba Ergonomic Gaming Mouse
Now this one is technically a gaming mouse, but that doesn't mean that you can't use it for your Chromebook. This one from Razer is pretty expensive, but it is definitely nice. Not to mention the fact that you'll be able to quickly take it from your Chromebook to your gaming machine and play your favorite PC games.
Logitech Wireless Mouse M560
The M560 from Logitech is another great option if you are looking for a wireless mouse for your Chromebook. This one has a sculpted design, so it'll feel nice in your hands. Additionally it has plenty of buttons that are great for browsing through the web, something you'll do a lot of with a Chromebook.