2021最佳电脑鼠标推荐

最基本的形式是,电脑鼠标是简单的硬件–底部有一个传感器,顶部有两个按钮和一个滚轮–让你可以与程序互动,就像它们是你自己手的延伸一样。
但是,虽然鼠标的概念很简单,但它们的市场是一个分散的领域,涵盖了鼠标的种类、价格和设计。
当你去买新型号时,你需要对大致行情有一些了解。

Logitech MX Master 3

最适合于效率型工作者-Logitech MX Master 3

★★★★★
 有货
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更新于2021.05.10 09:38

MX Master 3,罗技最新版本的经典生产力鼠标,经过调整,让你感觉自己像一个超级用户,只需很少的努力。
超级舒适的雕刻。
电磁滚轮可实现精确或随心所欲的运动。
流行应用程序的可下载配置文件。
最多可以在三台设备上运行,甚至可以在操作系统之间运行。
超凡的额定电池续航时间。
通过无线适配器连接到多个设备时,连接性会受到一些影响。

Microsoft Surface Mobile Mouse

最适合与笔记本电脑一起使用,随身携带-Microsoft Surface Mobile Mouse

★★★★★
$34.99
$31.91
 有货
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更新于2021.05.10 09:38

微软Surface移动鼠标是一款设计精良的外围设备,电池续航时间长,设计时尚,并具有尖端的无线连接能力。 舒适、节省空间的设计,过硬的制造质量
多种颜色选择,设置简单,支持Windows Swift Pair
电池寿命长,价格亲民,偶尔的连接滞后。

Razer Basilisk Ultimate

最适合认真的无线游戏玩家使用-Razer Basilisk Ultimate

★★★★★
$169.99
$128.00
 有货
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更新于2021.05.10 09:38

Razer Basilisk旗舰版是一款杀手级、多用途的无线游戏鼠标,适合需要全力以赴的严肃PC游戏玩家。
手感贴合度高,拇指支撑牢固。

精巧的充电底座。
轮子倾斜输入。
强大的新型传感器。
无线操作,没有明显的输入滞后。

DPI的拨片对于你的手来说可能有点短。

Logitech MX Anywhere 2S

最适合移动用户的生产力调整-Logitech MX Anywhere 2S

★★★★★
 有货
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更新于2021.05.10 09:38

Logitech MX Anywhere 2是一款制作精良、用途广泛的鼠标,其便于旅行的设计和几乎适用于所有表面的传感器名副其实。
超便携的设计。
几乎可以在任何表面上追踪,包括玻璃。
强大的自定义软件,具有有用的流量连续性功能。
电池寿命长。
适用于Windows或Mac。

可能对一些用户来说太小了。
价格有点贵。

Corsair Ironclaw RGB Wireless

最适合大手用户-Corsair Ironclaw RGB Wireless

★★★★★
$79.99
$72.99
 有货
Amazon.com
更新于2021.05.10 09:38

Corsair最新的无线鼠标Ironclaw RGB Wireless,比一些高端竞争对手更实用一些。对于大手的用户来说,它是一个强有力的选择。
通过2.4GHz适配器或蓝牙实现快速无线传输。
手感舒适,适合大爪子使用。
高度可配置的分辨率设置。

无差别的RGB位置。
使用蓝牙时无法配置。
没有无线充电功能。

随着时间的推移,进化出了不同类别的鼠标,每种鼠标都适用于不同的计算环境。
其中最常见的是主流桌面鼠标,专为桌上或桌上的台式或笔记本电脑而设计。
除了不可避免的鼠标右键和左键,通常的功能是一个可点击的滚轮,在某些情况下,还有额外的拇指按钮,让你在网络浏览器中向前和向后导航。

旅行鼠标(或称“移动鼠标”)提供了许多相同的功能,但体积更小。
它们被设计成可以很容易地放进背包或笔记本电脑包的口袋里。
然而,出于同样的原因,对于大多数人来说,旅行老鼠往往都很小-你可以在短时间内使用它们,但由于需要非自然的抓握,它们在长时间内会变得不舒服。
一般来说,旅行鼠标是无线的,由电池供电,所以你可能想要带上一套备用的AA或AAA电池,如果他们使用的话。
除了这些“普通”鼠标,还有两种按键鼠标类型:游戏鼠标和符合人体工程学的鼠标。
每一类之间都有很大的差异,所有这些类之间也有一些交叉。

2021最佳电脑鼠标推荐”有1个评论;

  1. Dan 说:

    Can’t believe I have to create a Razer account just to configure a button. Seriously? How much personal data is this company collecting? And before you tell me it’s in the cloud so you don’t have to configure the mouse every time, who the hell uses 60 computers with one freaking mouse? Make it an option for those guys. I have one computer I use this on. A small config file on it is all I should need.At least Logitech lets you do it offline.This was my first and will be my last Razer product.The amount of accounts you someone needs for a product or service is too damn high!

  2. SP & JP 说:

    I use the original G502 before hero came out for years then moved to the M65 which I loved.Now I have a NEW wireless set up using the G915 keyboard, I’ve been searching for the best WIRELESS gaming mouse for myself. I BOUGHT and RETURNED: G703, G902, G PRO, G502 LS, Dark Core, Razer mamba & viper. I was going to stick with the viper even thro it was too small for my larger right hand. Until I seen the Basilisk Ultimate release. Returned the Viper tried out the Basilisk and now my new wireless set up is completed. This is a true G502 killer, if you bought the G502LS well return it and buy this. The thumb paddle is better to press than the G502 and the Basilisk PTFE feet glides so smooth/feels better in my hand and RBS is amazing compeer to all wireless mouse and to top that off it weighs less with no double click issues and a RBG charging dockI really like the IDEA of the thumb “Clutch/Paddle” button but I do wish the piece was longer.I would of taking less battery power option if they could have got this down to 99g or less.Customizable Scroll Wheel Resistance is a fantastic idea to compete with Logitech free wheel.Every company should now be using PTFE feet glides. Good job Razer.Razer Synapse 3 works well for me no issues with software. Macros/KeybindsWifi 2.4 Hyperspeed Wireless is amazing NO LAG what’s so everI mostly use the NVIDIA SHEILD TV and play OVERWATCH or when I work from home/laptop.Since I use the Nvidia Shield to play Overwatch I need to map the mouse side buttons to a number/letter to make it work in game on the Shield. This works well and macros too. I have to save all settings to the ON BOARD MEMORY. I wish I had more than 5 profiles but I am happy that I have 5 and not just 1-3I am very DISSAPOINTED that no RBG lighting settings SAVE to OnBoard memory. Even a few simple options to be saved would have been grateful. Oh-well…Basilisk ProsHyperspeed Wireless – ZERO LAG and 100% amazingThe RGB charging DOCK is simply PERFECT, what a great feature.PTFE glides mouse feet are the best. All mice should come with this.Fits my right larger hand type very well.Love the thumb restClutch/Paddle (sniper) thumb button piece feels GREAT to pressSide buttons are larger than viper buttons.Perfect length on the left/right mouse clicksClicking all buttons feel GREATCustomizable Scroll Wheel Resistance (Logitech free wheel still better)Left/Right wheel buttons are great to have. (I use them for some macros)Works well on the Razer Sphex V2 & SteelSeries QcK mouse padsGrips very well, feels good in handSensor seem to be greatSmall size dongleGlides very wellStill can use wired if neededBattery life is amazingWorks great on the NVIDIA SHIELD TV deviceRBG lighting is absolutely beautiful !On board memory 5 profilesBasilisk Cons! On board memory does NOT save RBG lighting settings =( WTF WHY?The clutch button piece could be LONGER or longer option pieces (still better than G502)Not UBS-C (Doesn’t really matter as there is a charging dock)No Bluetoothbig scroll wheelSome Finger prints showWeight (Could be lighter – #1 thing to improve on)PRICE(But at $170 with dock it’s cheaper than getting a G502LS with charging mat)Its OCT of 2020 and mouse is working great love it. I have dropped mouse on floor few times with no issues still working fantastic. The software could be designed better but it is what it is.

  3. Michael 说:

    Nothing is ever 5 stars – hence 4 star review.I haven’t seen anything that compared this to the G502 on reddit (maybe I’m just not looking hard enough I suppose), so I just wanted to post something here, as a totally unofficial reviewer but a consumer.The way I play games, my wrist generally doesn’t move or moves very little, if that gives you an idea of how I hold mice. The feel of the Basilisk is super similar to the G502, nearly the exact same shape which is a good thing because the G502 fit my larger hand very comfortably.I think the biggest other concern I had was the “clickyness” of the left and right mouse buttons. I had used a Deathadder Elite before and honestly, I just really hated it because of how squishy the left and right buttons felt. This mouse uses a different switch, and it feels a lot “clickier”, nearly the same as the G502. Truthfully, the G502 is clickier and I think also has a cleaner click noise (seems like a shorter, sharper click noise than the Basilisk), but the Basilisk click is close enough to the G502 click that it hasn’t bothered me at all. In terms of actuation force, I think the G502 required maybe a little bit more, but the force is fine on the Basilisk. The biggest thing to me was that it didn’t feel smooshy at all, and it doesn’t!Middle (mouse wheel) click is horrendous. Just do not use.Of course, the RGB is better than anything out there, and the included charging stand works well (and includes settings for lights changing based on various charging states).I’ve owned the G502 for nearly 2 years and I was curious to see how wireless mice had progressed since the last one I owned (another Logitech mouse, I think the 702 or something) back in 2015. So far, playing League of Legends (I use controller for FPS) I haven’t noticed any problems, and it does feel quite liberating to not have the cable holding it back :-)Overall, I’m satisfied with the (expensive) mouse. I guess if there was one thing I could change on it, it would be to have the ability to charge it on that cool mousepad Razer makes that charges another one of their wireless mice (forget the name of it). Other than that, I think it’s great and I think I will allow this to replace my G502.

  4. This Guy 说:

    Update: My second one lasted longer, but has of today failed again at the mousewheel. I’ve felt it coming for a month or so now when rotating the scroll wheel. Meanwhile, my Logitech G602 still works, and I’ve had it far longer. I liked the shape and buttons on the Ironclaw better, but at least I can rely on my G602.Mousewheel, as others have stated, breaks easily. Ridiculously cheap. My logitech I’ve had for years never broke like this, and it isn’t like I’m smashing the mouse wheel. After one month of use, one of the points where the mousewheel attaches seems to have broken, as that side caves into the mouse body and no longer functions. Really bummed, what a waste of money and no means to return it. 🙁

  5. Prasand J. 说:

    Purchased this product after accidentally purchasing the 2S. Amazon listed this product two days later, so I got a chance to compare and contrast the two.Aesthetically the white 2S looked much better on my white desk, in fact it was a perfect match. The light grey version of the 3, leaves me wishing that they released a white version with silver accents instead (the silver portions is akin to the silver of MacBooks or other Apple devices, the light grey portion does not match Apple devices). But considering the button placement of the 2S, I’d rather deal with the undesirable color of the 3, than stress my thumb to use the forward and back buttons on the 2S.Which leads to the ergonomics.The 3 has significantly better placement for my larger than average hands (my hands require an L or XL glove, due to finger length, I’m 6’1” with basketball player hands). On the 2S it required pulling my thumb so far back, that it initially felt like my thumb was going to dislocate (maybe if I used the joint of my thumb to press it, it would’ve been easier, but the buttons being stacked on top of each other on the 2S made it a bit difficult to target the button with the joint of my large fingers; using the tip my thumb was easier). On the 3 that isn’t a problem. However, the 3 causes the horizontal scroll wheel to be so high, that it also causes my thumb to be in an awkward / uncomfortable position when trying to scroll horizontally. Fortunately, I don’t require scrolling horizontally that often, and after awhile maybe I’ll learn better hand placement. Probably would’ve been better to put those buttons almost directly where the thumb rests (only slightly above), instead of completely above the thumb (therefore the horizontal scroll wheel could’ve been lower). It’s usable, just know it might cause some initial discomfort for large hands / long fingers.The vertical scroll wheel is great. Feels much better than the scroll wheel on the 2S, but it may take some fiddling with the Logitech Options program to get it to automatically switch to free scrolling based on your desired speed. The default setting switches it too easily, and the jump from ratcheted scrolling to free scrolling speed is significant. You might find yourself wanting to just scroll a few lines faster, and then suddenly you’re all the way at the bottom of a webpage.Also, upon the release Youtubers began posting their reviews, and many of them indicated that the scroll wheel is silent. That is not actually the case. In comparison to the 2S, it’s relatively silent (significantly more silent), in free scrolling mode it’s actually silent, but in ratcheting mode it can be clearly heard. Personally I find that pleasant, I was disappointed hearing what I basically interpreted as the mouse not giving any auditory feedback, but it indeed can be heard it’s just much lower than the MX mice before, and the feel of it is much more pleasant.Lastly, the software.The Logitech Options program failed to install on a Mac. It just hangs on the first try. This happened when I initially installed the software for the 2S. I had to force quit the install, uninstall the program, and then reinstall it. Upon installing it the second time, the install completed fine. When I eventually received the 3, the program would not recognize the new mouse and I couldn’t get it to register as a new device. I also could not remove the previous 2S, to be able to install the 3. So I then had to uninstall the program again, and upon installing the newer version that they just released, the program hung on the first install process again. So, I had to uninstall it for a third time, and reinstall it again. When the program reinstalled it showed no devices and I was able to add the 3 as a new device, registering it correctly.Perhaps this issue is because I am an Apple Developer, and am using a Developer Beta of macOS. Or maybe it’s just Logitech going through growing pains they’ll resolve later. But if you encounter an issue like me, know that it can be solved, it will just take patience.The one thing I haven’t figured out yet is, when installing the custom profiles so that the mouse switches behavior based on the application you are using … I am not able to install the profile for Photoshop. The Safari, Chrome, and other profiles installed without a problem, only Photoshop did not. I tried uninstalling and reinstalling Photoshop, no dice. I dread the thought of attempting to uninstall and reinstall Logitech Options again. Maybe I’ll try that next month when enough time has passed, and will update this review accordingly.Those quirks aside, I can honestly say that the 3 is a worthy upgrade. I’ll keep it until they release it in white or the 3s / 4, whichever comes first. But for now I’m as satisfied as I can be, and recommend it.

  6. Just Lil' Ol' Me 说:

    The scroll wheel is awesome. The fit and finish is awesome though it should have a model slippery rubber coating when I can get around that problem. The buttons are decent enough. The scroll wheel is awesome. But……Damn it damn it damn it. How many times is it going to take for you to get the damned forward and back buttons right!Version one sucked. Version 2 sucked. Version 3 walad admittedly slightly improved, STILL STUCK!They are too small , too stiff, and meld in to everything around them.They need to be made much larger and they need to be place much lower.Oh well. Maybe version 4 will get them right…TWO stars off for little or no useability testing with REAL customers instead of devs and managers.Damn it.

  7. Capt. Picard 说:

    WHY Logitech! Why? Lets finally go FULL USB C not this half butt effort. I want to see a full butt USB C effort.

  8. Jeremy 说:

    First day review here. Spent a rather long time setting up than I would have liked. So let’s start with the good-GOOD-the most comfortable mouse I have used. Long time g502 and g602 user here. I’ve been looking for a replacement for both, something with the functionality of the g602 and quality sensor of the g502. This is probably about as close as one can get. It has a wide range of functions despite the pitfalls of the iCUE software. The sensor tracks well and even in wireless mode (haven’t bothered with Bluetooth) it’s smooth and didn’t miss a beat. Once setup (and figuring out how to get the buttons to actually work in iCUE) it’s great and offers a lot of flexibility. Also note, it came with a full charge out of the box. The textures DO NOT feel cheap, quite the opposite. It’s also easy to get the colors to match the keyboard or whatever if you are into that.-THE OKAY-It really needs more DPI options. The g502 has 5 settings you can adjust. It feels a little useless to have such a DPI range you can’t actually use completely, but if I’m honest that’s nit picking. Also, the scroll wheel won’t free wheel or have left and right clicks. Again that’s a nit pick, I don’t care too much about those YMMV.-Really, let’s talk about the bad iCUE software-I’ve used it for some time and expected the usual quirks about weird toggle switches but really, this was not a great experience, beyond that Corsair doesn’t have (at least I couldn’t find a How To, and everything else on the internet is for different mice. I had no problem figuring out how to assign buttons, it’s that they wouldn’t work, or would start doing something else when games were up. Really a huge oversight that Corsair needs to address asap.-Firmware updates and iCUE updates need to send promotes to the desktop! Seriously, I had to update iCUE, and had the “Macro Function is broken, please fix install of iCUE” message in the tiny corner. Turns out another update was needed, and amazingly the buttons that didn’t work started working again. At least there was a fix, but I think something is still very wrong with button mapping. It should be separate from macros honestly.So for anyone coming here looking for advice on how to setup the buttons here’s my advice.This should only apply to buttons you are remapping for keystrokes.1. Make sure you are completely up to date on firmware and iCUE software.2. Create an action and select the action.3. Choose which button you want to reprogram on the right side.4. BEFORE YOU DO ANYTHING ELSE. At the bottom where it says MACRO Select Advanced Settings and select “retain original key output”5. Select the MACRO drop down and select keystroke6. in the box perform which keystroke you want the button on the mouse to do7. on the Advanced tab for keystroke select retain original key output again. REMEMBER you shouldn’t have to check retain key output for mouse functions (i.e. DPI changes, Back etc)This is a lot of work for something other companies do in seconds. now to my main issue..Selecting the mouse button to perform anything on the numpad didn’t work at first.Selecting the mouse to perform a Function key, or any of the predefined options in the drop down (other than keystroke) doesn’t work as of the time of writing this review (which has taken way too long)So stick with remapping with keystrokes for now I guess. Hopefully corsair will fix all this and I’ll come back and give this thing 5 stars, because I really want to, but iCUE just sucks. But it can be worked around. I have attached some pictures of what my remap looks like and the key output options.Good luck everyone.

  9. TheBuddies 说:

    My wife has one of those $12-13 dollar bluetooth mice that you can get on here, but I decided to splurge a little bit and go with the Surface mouse. My wife’s mouse just felt too small for my hands, and this mouse looked super sexy in the images.Well, it’s as nice as it looked! Maybe not QUITE as nice, but still a very good looking mouse. I also love the feel of it as it’s light but not completely cheap feeling. It has a sort of textured top where you rest your hand which is soft.Another feature I didn’t think I’d care about is the scroll wheel! I bought this to go with my Pixelbook because my Apple Magic Mouse didn’t work with scrolling on it. I thought I loved my Magic Mouse due to the touch scrolling (no wheel) but as it turns out, I really actually missed the scroll wheel! It’s so satisfying to be able to feel the clicks and really have fine control.Overall great looking mouse, works great and feels great, and so far have had zero connection issues or anything. Definitely recommend!

  10. Tim 说:

    I’m a fan of Logitech mice. Ok, I’ve said it. I purchased this for one purpose – to use with a surface tablet. Here’s the real scoop in a nutshell- this mouse works. It’s small. It takes up little space. That’s the positives. My issue is this – I have large hands. I also use a mouse a lot – I don’t just “palm” the mouse I like to curl my fingers around the mouse – which means I need a larger mouse. I’ve shared my setup with several others (I use this for work) and the consensus from six other people breaks down to this: two liked the mouse mostly due to small size, three were not a fan and would send it back and one person had no particular take. EVERYONE stated they would not pay the premium for having a Microsoft mouse that had so few features. I decided to keep it as it’s part of my work gear and it does save me some space, but please believe me, do yourself a favor: before purchasing get to your local electronics store and take for a test drive! If I had I would have passed on this purchase. But to be fair the mouse works and probably exactly as intended by the manufacturer!

  11. Mitch Lamm 说:

    I’ve been waiting for a large mouse to fit my palm/fingertip style grip. This sounded liked the perfect mouse when it was announced, so I bought it immediately.Major disappointment. The mouse is advertised to be a palm grip style mouse, yet the name says Claw in it, and the marketing pictures show players using a claw style grip with this mouse. That’s exactly what it’s meant to be. The size of the mouse is large, which i love, but the hump is in the center, closer to the finger. If the hump was farther back towards the palm, this mouse would be perfect. My hand was cramping after about 4 hours of gameplay due to it’s awkward shape. I love a big mouse, but this one is just designed wrong. It’s almost as if they used a small hand in a palm style grip to design the shape. If you have large hands and play palm, this mouse probably wont work for you.Other than that, I love the icue software and the look of the mouse. Just needs to be redesigned.

  12. DARwyn 说:

    I travel with my Surface Pro quite a bit and I’m really glad I purchased the Microsoft mobile mouse. It’s way more travel friendly than the arc mouse, is really responsive, and comfortable to use. You won’t find the AAAA batteries in mega packs at Costco, but they aren’t too expensive on Amazon. The only issue I’ve identified is, with all the travelling, I do drop the mouse a fair bit. When the mouse is dropped, the magnetic battery cover will pop open and the batteries will go flying. I know, I know, being more careful with the mouse is the obvious solution, but it’s sometimes hard to implement when gravity is doing its thing. Again, just an issue, not a significant negative.

  13. Kat 说:

    This mouse doesn’t have a wheel click. You know, the button that closes tabs, opens links in new tabs. For browsing one of the best and most common buttons is missing on this mouse. Instead when you do a wheel click it changes whether the scrolling is smooth or not. You know, the feature that no one uses more than couple of times per day. So middle click had to be mapped on this little button below the mouse click, which completely breaks the flow and it’s impossible to remap the wheel click. And probably you could get used to it, if that’s you main and only mouse. But since I have a normal mouse at work and at home for another PC – this is an absolute garbage I cant get used to.

  14. Daniel 说:

    I’ve been a fan of Logitech mice and keyboards for a long time, and went through a couple of the older MX Anywhere model over the years before buying this MX 2S. I have always liked the MX line because I prefer a small, agile mouse, and find the forward / back side buttons to be so useful that any mouse without them just seems silly.This MX 2S feels like it glides smoother and tracks more precisely than than original MX. The rechargeable batter is also a nice change from the older model using regular batteries, though using it with the cord attached to charge is a little too reminiscent of the old days before wireless mice. I’m not interested in any of the document transfer software, so I can’t speak to that.Overall, I think this is a great mouse EXCEPT for one annoying flaw. The left and right button clicks are EXTREMELY LOUD. Side by side, the older MX makes a nice and fairly subtle click, while the MX 2S produces a comparatively loud, hollow, almost snapping sound.I had never considered my noise threshold for tolerable computer peripheral sounds, mouse clicks, keyboard strokes, etc., but the MX 2S definitely crosses a line for me where it’s too loud to ignore as it announces to the room your every mouse decision. Editing something that requires a lot of clicking and double clicking? Apologize in advance to anyone nearby because it gets annoying fast.If everything else about the mouse wasn’t so perfect, I’d have rated it lower and probably returned it. It really is a great mouse, and I’m hoping it will either get a bit quieter as I break in the buttons more, or I just get used to the sound. Or I guess there’s always loud music to drown it out.

  15. sdaless 说:

    Really love the first generation of this product. After 4 years and having been dropped many times walking to meetings, the buttons started malfunctioning, so I purchased this model. Overall I like the product, but a few things to note…1) They used to include a soft case with the 1st gen version. I’m not sure why they couldn’t include that again for the premium you pay for this mouse2) I haven;t had long enough to test durability, but the build quality just seems significantly cheaper in this version compared to 1st gen3) For someone who uses this device with a laptop and is on the go, the on-off switch on this version is “inconvenient” compared to 1st gen4) I really like that this version is rechargeable, but interestingly enough, without AA batteries, I really do not care for the “weight” of this mouse as I push it around my desk. I’m sure I just need to get used to it, but personally, it just seems to not feel balanced.

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