Conclusion: The HP Wi-Fi Mobile Mouse connects via your computer's Wi-Fi signal—something rather new to the peripheral space—and although this wireless connection offers more compatibility than Bluetooth, it's not as reliable.
Pros: No USB dongles to plug in, tags on to your Wi-Fi signal. Rubber side grips. Browser buttons. Ambidextrous. Vertical scrolling.
Cons: Signal cuts out on occasion. No support for Mac OS or older versions of Windows.
HP WiFi Mobile Mouse Review: No Dongles or Re-Pairing Needed
17 June 2011
Conclusion: The HP WiFi Mobile Mouse is a great choice for users sick of pairing and repairing Bluetooth mice and dealing with lost dongles on their portable mice. The connection process is straightforward and unlike Bluetooth, it’s hard to find a notebook without built in WiFi.
Pros: Long battery life, WiFi connection means no dongles, No need to re-pair on each connection, Comfortable size
Excerpt: Unlike most wireless mice that connect to computers via a USB dongle, or even via Bluetooth, the HP Wi-Fi Direct Mobile Mouse connects to a computer via its wireless network card. That might seem like a bit of an odd choice, but it does make some sense.