if you don't like using a touchpad or mini joystick on a laptop
P. G. Harris, Amazon
7 August 2014
Summary: This is probably ideal for ocassional use, possibly when travelling, if you don't like using a touchpad or mini joystick on a laptop. It is very small, probably too small for regular comfortable use, but it is an easy to use,fast, sensitive mouse.
Summary: This is a great mouse, really tiny, the smallest I've ever used, it's only about 7cm long and 4.5cm across, with a subtle but nice silver design against the black. Came with battery included, and so simple to set up, you just insert the USB thingie provided into your computer and you're ready to go.
Summary: This is a small, perfectly formed mouse. In fact it's very small and of the three adult people who tried it, too small - as their fingers were dragging on the table-top. If you have very small hands - or perhaps for a child, this mouse would probably be ideal.
Summary: The Rapoo Super Mini mouse is definitely mini - perhaps the smallest mouse I have seen. It comes in a clear perspex box, which contains the mouse itself, and what's described as a "nano-USB receiver".
Summary: Quite the smallest mouse I've ever seen, about the size of a matchbox. Comes in a jewel case with a tiny usb reciever thats the size of a piece of chewing gum. Pros: Very portable, will fit into a laptop case or pocket, which is doubtless the point.
Summary: I had a Logitech mini wireless mouse but it was a 2.4ghz and with all the other stuff I have running on that it kept going very jerky when moving the cursor across the screen so I thought I would give this a try as it is 5ghz... it works brilliantly no more jerking across the screen.
Summary: The first thing to make clear about this mouse is that so far as Windows computers are concerned it is not just good for the XP Operating System, as the details at the top of this page seem to imply. Since I do still have a functioning laptop running XP, I tried it on that, and yes it works fine.
Summary: Wow this thing is really small. It's tiny. And it's kind of adorable. A little bigger than maybe a matchstick box this looks like a sleek, well designed mouse. It takes one batters and has an interesting function to insert the battery by a switch that releases the top and you insert it in there.
Summary: This is a good quality mouse, which worked fine with no configuring (plug and play, at least on OSX Mavericks). The computer was a bit confused for a couple of minutes, thinking it was a keyboard, but then it 'just worked' - no drivers needed.
Summary: Once upon a time back in 1964 ... There was a man called Dr. Douglas C. Engelbart, of the Stanford Research Institute, who with his team created the original mechanical pointing device that is widely credited as being the first mouse. It had a carved wood casing and one button.