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If you own a laptop or a notebook, investing in a wireless mouse is certainly a very good choice. It will complement the portability of your device and will give you more freedom and flexibility while you work.
Yes. You should have no problem using these mice with your mice as long as you have a USB port to plug the receiver into.
The words "Wireless" and "Gaming" don't often mesh together because gamers are all about DPI, accuracy, resolution, and other factors that don't mesh well with wireless technologies. For a gamer it's much better to have a wire that connects to the desktop and can go forever vs. a mouse that will drop frames periodically or run out of battery life, etc. But then comes the Logitech G602.
This is one of the best wireless gaming mice ever made. The G602 features 11 buttons and a scroll wheel with up to 2500dpi. The dongle that comes with it connects via USB and it communications with the mouse via RF. Logitech lists the features of the mouse to include:
But does it measure up? Generally, yes it does. It's a solid, ergonomic mouse that has a good heavy heft to it - unlike most wireless mice that seem to be light and mainly for desktop application or portable use. The 11 buttons are great for most games because you can program them or setup macros. You can also easily adjust the Dpi on this mouse which really helps with first person shooters. You'll be able to adjust your cursor speed on the fly. The mouse also features a really nifty power saving mode that conserves your battery for a VERY long time.
Oh and in regular or gaming mode? You can still game for days and days without having to change them.
This truly is the one gaming mouse to buy if you want to game all day and need to go wireless.