You’re looking for the best wireless mouse in UAE and Saudi Arabia, and here are my top recommendations. For more detail, continue reading past this list below to see short reviews on each mouse, along with a buying guide and FAQs.
Our usual tendency when it comes to finding a wireless mouse for work would be to look for cheap options because, hey, it’s for work; who cares? However, those AED 50 wireless mice will probably give you more headache than necessary as the cheaply built housing, error-prone sensor performance, and not to mention shoddy wireless connection will grind your productivity to a halt.
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The list below is our top picks for the best wireless mouse available in the UAE in 2023. If you want to improve your gaming experience, check out our list of the best gaming mouse available right now.
Best Wireless Mouse In UAE and Saudi Arabia for 2023
The Logitech MX Master series is an icon in the productivity mice-space, and one of the most popular offerings from Logitech. When the first MX Master mouse was launched, it shook up the market segment with its incredibly comfortable shape, productivity features and performance, and since then, the series has received numerous refinements to still keep it at its revered top position.
The Logitech MX Master 3S is the latest iteration of the popular mouse, and it’s a powerhouse of a productivity tool. The standout feature is its ergonomic shape that is perfectly contoured to fit right into your palm, allowing for extended usage without any discomfort. The textured thumb rest and well-placed buttons only enhance the comfort further.
The MX Master 3S boasts Logitech’s Darkfield Laser Technology, allowing it to track on almost any surface, including glass. It uses an 8K optical sensor (an upgrade over the MX Master 3’s 4K sensor) and provides exceptional tracking accuracy and fast and smooth cursor control across various applications and workflows.
The mouse features six configurable buttons that can perform multiple actions and be customised to perform different tasks in different applications. For example, you can have the side buttons perform the standard forward and back functions in your web browser but act as a means to activate different image editing tools in Photoshop.
Another impressive feature of the MX Master 3S is its scroll wheels. The top scroll wheel can be toggled between a smooth or a ratcheted feel with the press of a button – or it can automatically shift gears depending on how fast you spin it. The second scroll wheel, located near your thumb, lets you perform tasks such as zooming in and out of documents and pictures, scroll horizontally in spreadsheets, and even changing your system volume.
The mouse can be connected wirelessly via Bluetooth or Logitech’s Unifying Receiver (2.4 GHz). It can also connect up to three devices at once and can be switched over on the fly with the press of a button. However, the button is placed at the bottom of the mouse, which can be inconvenient if you switch between different devices frequently.
The battery life is top-notch as well, with 70 days’ worth of charge, allowing for weeks of usage without requiring frequent top-ups. When the battery does run low, a quick charge of just three minutes provides enough juice to last for a full day’s worth of work.
Razer is best known for its gaming peripherals, but they have been dabbling in the productivity space with its all-white Razer Pro series. The Razer Pro Click Mini takes much of the sensibilities – and, more importantly, performance – from Razer’s gaming portfolio and translates them into a compact and powerful productivity powerhouse.
The best aspect about the Razer Pro Click Mini is its compact shape, which makes travelling with it all the more easier (especially compared to other mice on this list). If you want a mouse to shift between meetings or take it on the go, the Pro Click Mini will easily fit in your backpack or hey, even your back pocket. However, despite its ergonomic shape and rubberized side grip, the mouse is definitely on the smaller-end of the scale, so it might not be comfortable for those with larger hands.
From a productivity standpoint, the Pro Click Mini is stacked with features. It has Razer’s 12,000 DPI sensor and works at a 1,000Hz polling rate, ensuring accurate tracking (and on a variety of surfaces) and doubling as a gaming mouse if the need ever arises. It also has seven programmable buttons, five onboard memory profiles that can be customized using the Razer Synapse software and a 4-way tilt scroll wheel with infinite and ratcheted scrolling.
It can be connected via 2.4GHz or Bluetooth with multi-device connectivity. The battery life is remarkably impressive, too. Razer claims 465 hours of 2.4 GHz battery life and 725 hours on Bluetooth, all possible with just two AA batteries. But keep in mind that since the mouse uses external batteries, there is no possibility of charging the device while using it, so you will need to make sure you have a few AA batteries lying around as a backup.
The Logitech Lift is designed for those who suffer from wrist pain from using a more traditional mouse. Its vertical design puts your hand at a 57-degree angle, also known as the “handshake angle”. According to Logitech, this angle is a more natural position for the wrist and should help people that find the horizontal mouse to be a painful experience over extended use.
Because the mouse is placed vertically, precise movements will be a bit harder to perform, and if you have never used a mouse like this before, getting over the initial learning curve takes some time. But once you get over that, the Logitech Lift can be as useful as any other wireless mouse. The advanced sensor ensures smooth and accurate tracking on various surfaces. The buttons are silent and provide satisfying feedback, and the scroll wheel can automatically switch between free-scrolling and ratcheted scrolling.
The mouse can connect via Bluetooth or with Logitech’s Bolt USB receiver and can swap over different devices thanks to Logitech Flow. Like the Razer Pro Click Mini, it uses an external battery to power the device. Logitech claims that a single AA battery should provide over 24 hours of use, which depending on your usage, may not be ideal and will require frequent maintenance to keep it up and running.
The Logitech Lift comes in three colours: Grey, Pink and White. There is also a left-hand version which only comes in the Grey colour.
What’s better than two thumb buttons? Twelve, that’s what. While SteelSeries Aerox 9 can be classified as an out-and-out gaming mouse, its usefulness for productive work cannot be understated. After all, it’s designed to make tasks easier in MOBA games, and that’s not less than actual work.
It has a total of 18 programmable buttons (12 of which are on the side), which can do your bidding in whatever you please using the accompanying Steelseries GG software. So be it assigning shortcuts to commonly used apps, setting macros, shifting between documents, or assigning Photoshopping tools, all of it can be done from the power of your palm (or thumb in this case).
Besides that, the Steelseries Aerox 9’s TrueMove Air 18K sensor should be powerful enough to ace any workflow with ease, and the 89g lightweight construction should provide optimum glide and comfort for extended sessions. Battery life is top notch too, with up to 180 hours of uptime meaning you can use it for over a month without charging it. And if you want to impress your colleagues, or add a little pop to your presentation, turn on the RGB lights for a cool light show.
The Logitech M510 is a no-frills, inexpensive, and well-performing mouse on the list. It doesn’t do too much, but for the price, there is enough in here if you want a small and compact device to point things on your screen with.
It has seven programmable buttons, connects via 2.4GHz wireless, and has an ambidextrous shape to support left- and right-hand users. One of its most limiting factors is the sensor. While accurate, it can only go up to 1000 DPI which some might find too slow. The Logitech Options allows you to reprogram the device’s buttons and enable a “gesture” toggle that works with the mouse movement to access even more mappable actions.
Battery life is on the short side, with 24 hours of uptime on a two-AA battery. However, it’s extremely light, so it’s easy to travel with and could make a great alternative device for on-the-go work.
Important Factors to Consider When Buying a Wireless Mouse
When you are looking for a wireless mouse for work and productivity purposes, the device’s comfort should be a top priority. A mouse that is uncomfortable during extended sessions and gives you cramps is useless to anyone. However, the ergonomics and size of the device need to be taken into consideration, as well. If your work is mostly stationary or at a single place, buying a large mouse that fits perfectly to the contours of your palm would be ideal, but they aren’t necessarily great for travelling. As such, if you often find yourself travelling with your laptop and mouse, getting a small and still ergonomic mouse would be a better solution.
DPI and Sensitivity
DPI, or Dots Per Inch of a mouse decides how fast a mouse can move the cursor on your screen. A high DPI mouse is not always preferable – after all, will you be able to control a mouse that moves at 18,000 DPI every time you even touch the mouse? However, the DPI requirements of a mouse are based on your use case. If you are using an especially large monitor, say 42” or bigger, you might require a mouse that has at least a 4,000 DPI sensor to cover all bases. If your work involves precise movements, such as for image editing, a mouse with 1,000 DPI should also do the trick.
A wireless mouse can be connected via a 2.4GHz wireless USB receiver or Bluetooth connection. If you are a single PC user, either of the options will work fine, but we recommend going with 2.4GHz wireless as it will be the most accurate and stable connection option. If you are a multi-PC user, you will want a wireless mouse with a multi-device Bluetooth connectivity option. This will allow you to switch between different Bluetooth-connected devices by simply pressing a button, making it easy to jump between different devices simultaneously without establishing a connection every time.
Battery life is paramount for wireless mice, especially since it will be used in a work environment. You will want a mouse that can last at least a week without requiring a top-up. Mice with a battery life of over 100 hours per charge will be ideal.
Some productivity mice run on external AA or AAA batteries, and while they may provide long hours of runtime, it also requires that you have spare batteries on hand in case the mouse runs out of juice. We recommend buying a mouse with an internal rechargeable battery if you want to avoid that.
A wireless mouse could have 15 buttons on it, but it is useless if it is not reprogrammable to suit your needs. Thankfully, most mice from popular brands like Logitech, Microsoft, Razer, Steelseries and more are accompanied with a companion app that allows you to reconfigure each button on the mouse. Some software can also allow you to set functions for each button on a per-app basis, which will prove to be an extremely useful tool if you juggle between different apps every day.
Like most hardware, the price of a wireless mouse can be scaled according to the user’s requirements. If you are looking for a no-frills, inexpensive mouse, plenty of options are available in that price category. However, those mice will not have the features and the customizability (and, in many cases, the range of connectivity options) that a premium wireless mouse will have. Depending on your use case, you might opt for a mouse that costs no more than AED 150, and scale it up to AED 500 depending on your needs.
Where to Buy a Wireless Mouse In UAE?
A. Online marketplaces
In the UAE, the best online marketplaces to buy a wireless mouse for productivity (or gaming) would be Amazon, Microless, and Gear-Up.me. For the widest selection of products, Amazon will be the option, and you save on local and international shipping by subscribing to Amazon Prime.
B. Specialty stores
If you want to visit a place where you will be able to find all kinds of PC hardware, there is no place in the UAE like Al Ain Computer Plaza. It is a gigantic mall with various computer shops that sells almost everything you would ever need.
C. Large retailers
Retail stores in the UAE like Geekay Games, Virgin Megastore, SharafDG, Emax, Jumbo, Carrefour, and more should carry the products you are looking for.
Best Wireless Mouse in UAE – FAQs
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Are wireless mice reliable for gaming purposes?
The old adage that wireless connection is not a viable option for a gaming mouse is just that: old. With improvements to technology over the years, wireless mice have become stable, accurate and extremely reliable. As long as the mouse is connected via 2.4Ghz wireless, you should have no problems gaming with a wireless mouse. Our recommendation would be to look for a mouse with at least 1,000Hz polling rate to give a near indistinguishable performance compared to a wired mouse.
How do I connect a wireless mouse to my computer?
A wireless mouse can be connected either via 2.4Ghz wireless USB receiver, or through Bluetooth connection. Most mice feature dual connectivity options, and some mice even support multi-device support that allows you to swap between multiple Bluetooth devices with a click of a button.
What is the battery life of wireless mice?
Battery life of a wireless mouse depends on the manufacturer, the price of the product and other factors. Some mice feature an internal battery that can last well up to 100 hours, while other mice that use external AA or AAA batteries can last for 24 hours or 400 hours. It really depends on how the manufacturer has optimized the hardware to run off the battery.
Can I use a wireless mouse on different surfaces?
Yes. The advanced sensors of today ensure largely consistent and smooth accuracy over a variety of surfaces. A gaming grade or a high-quality sensor should easily be able to track over glass, wooden surfaces, cloth, paint, and more.
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Final Thoughts and Recommendations
When choosing a wireless mouse for productivity needs, the three most important things to consider would be the ergonomics and comfort of the mouse, connectivity options, and customization. Our top pick, the Logitech MX Master 3S, checks those boxes and then some, with a widely renowned shape, plenty of customization options, solid and accurate sensor performance, and a long battery life.
But the Logitech MX Master 3S is also quite a chunky device, and not easy to carry around. In that case, the Razer Pro Click Mini, and Logitech M510 would be a perfect fit, as they are compact, easy to travel with (they can fit in your jeans pocket!), and doesn’t skimp on features. Finally, for those looking for ergonomics, the Logitech Lift’s unique vertical shape is a fantastic choice.
Mufaddal Fakhruddin has been writing about games and technology for the past 15 years. He has lost count as to how many reviews he has written over the years, but he is sure headphone reviews make up at least 70% of that.