mouse : Computer Hardware Buyers’ Glossary

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mice  mouse
A mouse is a puck you move around on a flat surface called a mouse pad. A pointer correspondingly moves on the screen. You use it to point at buttons or options on the screen. A mouse has two (Microsoft) or three buttons (Logitech) you can press to initiate some action. Before you buy a mouse, try it out for at 10 minutes or more. Mice are often designed to be comfortable only for left or right-handed people. Also consider the alternative, a track ball which needs less free desk space.

Mice frequently stop working. There is no need to buy a new one. All you need to do is clean them. I will tell you how later in this entry.

Your alternatives are a trackball or a touchpad, often embedded in the keypad.

Double Clicking Mouse Feet
Mouse Connections Mouse Pads
Mouse Types Real World Mice
Logitech Future Mice
Mouse Cleaning Links
Miscellaneous Mouse Tips

Double Clicking

Windows requires you often to double click, i.e. click the left mouse button twice, at exactly the right cadence. It can leave you babbling and drooling trying to get the interval just right. If you click too fast your double click gets treated as a single click. If too slow, it gets treated as two single clicks. With a 3-button mouse, you just press the middle mouse button to simulate a perfect double click. Generally, the older you are, the more trouble you will have with double clicks. You can go into the Control Panel ⇒ Mouse and slow down the double click rate. Alternatively right click the desktopPersonalisechange mouse pointers. Click apply after each change to make it stick.

Mouse Connections

There are five kinds of ways to attach a mouse to the computer:
  1. USB (Universal Serial Bus) :

    has a small rectangular connector. Does not require an adaptor card. It fits into a USB port. This is the way to go with a modern computer that has USB ports. This would be your first choice.
  2. PS/2:

    Legacy. Has a small round connector. Does not require an adaptor card, but does require a motherboard with a PS/2 mouse connector.
  3. Serial mouse:

    Legacy. Usually attaches to com1: connector. You may need an adapter if the mouse and port don’t have the same number of pins. Mice usually have 9 pins and COM (Component Object Model) ports either 9 or 25. Serial mice are not quite as responsive as the other two.
  4. Bus mouse:

    Legacy. Requires an adapter card installed in a slot. It is often difficult to find a free IRQ (Interrupt Request) for this style of mouse. These are the most responsive type. They are getting harder to find.
  5. Cordless mouse:

    No cord. Aka wireless. Communicates via radio waves. Receiver connects USB port. The batteries needed inside the mouse to handle the radio reception last only about 6 weeks if you don’t take special precautions to turn off the mouse when not in use. Mice batteries used to last about 6 weeks, but now last about 18 months.

Mouse Types

Mice can be classified five ways.
  1. Laser mice:

    Latest and greatest. These don’t have a rolling ball. The laser gives finer precision than LED (Light-Emitting Diode) optical. Oddly you can’t see the laser light.
  2. Optical mice:

    These don’t have a rolling ball. They use an LED. They don’t need as frequent cleaning and they have no moving parts to wear out. They work by tracking the movement of patterns in the surface they are resting on. They need an interesting variegated surface to work well, not a smooth solid colour. Your pant leg will do. A mouse pad with a fine grid will work best. You want a slippery surface so you can make fine movements easily. No point in wearing the paint off your desk for want of a $2.00 CAD mouse pad.
  3. Air mice:

    I have not used one of these. I have just seen one in a retail shop in a sealed box that the retailer would not let me open. Apparently you don’t need a surface. You can wave the mouse around in the air and it will still work. It has a miniature gyroscope in it for air use and an optical sensor for desk use. You use the air mode for gaming or for presentations where you can stand 9.14 metres (10 yards) feet from the computer. I don’t know what sort of precision they are capable of. Manufacturers are too embarrassed to tell, so it is probably fairly bad. They are wireless. Models include the Gyration Air mice or Logitech Air Mouse.
  4. Ergonomic:

    Check out the Perfit. In comes is 5 different sizes for precise hand fit.
  5. Wheel:

    These have a wheel you spin to scroll without using the those infernal scroll bars. Once you get used to one, you will never go back. My own mouse has two fast scroll buttons in addition.
  6. Mechanical:

    Legacy. These use a rolling rubber ball which internally rubs against rollers to spin them. Then the rotations are measured by a toothed wheel blocking a beam of light. These are now obsolete. You can’t even buy them any more.
  7. High Resolution

    These are sold primarily as gaming mice, but they really help with fine control, particularly in PaintShop Pro or similar paint program. I would never go back. Low res is 400 dpi; medium res is 600 dpi; high res is 1000 dpi; 1500- 2000 dpi is gamer.

Logitech

One of my previous mice was a Logitech LX-8 cordless. It had a high resolution which made for much smoother scrolling — very much worth the extra cost. It had 5 buttons. The left and right button have the usual meanings. The wheel also acts as a middle mouse button. Clicking it brings up a 2D scrolling mode similar to the hand mode of the Mac. The wheel wags side to side for horizontal scrolling. My main complaint with it was it was hard to clean. It has crevices that dead skin cells accumulate in. Even worse, it does not slide freely. I frequently clean the feet and the mousepad, which seems to help a bit. The feet don’t seem to be excessively worn. It is as though the feet are sticky. Further, the wells for the feet are not deep enough, and the feet keep sliding out of them. I was always looking for new feet.

Beware, there as a website called Logictech.com that you might mistake for the Logitech website. It tries to give you that illusion by featuring Logitech mouse drivers.

My current mouse is an M310 cordless. See my notes below.

You can use the generic Windows mouse drivers, or download Logitech’s enhanced Setpoint drivers. They give you finer control over how the mouse behaves. Try pressing and holding the scroll wheel for superfast scrolling.

Most Logitech mice come with a wireless receiver. They are pre-configured to talk to each other but not other mice and receivers. If you want to make your old mouse (or old unifying wireless keyboard) also work with the new receiver, you must configure (pair) it to use the new receiver. You do this by going to Logitech.com/unifying and downloading and installing the unifying software. You run the unifying software, and turn the old mouse off then on when it prompts you to. The old mouse will then be reconfigured to use the new receiver. This will only work if your old mouse uses a compatible unifying receiver.

If you want to use the same mouse on two different computers, you will either have to move the receiver to the other computer along with the mouse or reconfigure the mouse with the unifying software back and forth each time you change computers.

Unifying receivers are compatible with the newer more compact nano unifying receivers, but not with plain nano receivers. In particular, the receivers for old and new M310 and M325 mice are compatible.

Mouse Cleaning

Since you constantly touch mousepads, mice and keyboards, they tend to get dirty. It helps if you select a mouse that is easy to clean. Try to avoid crevices where sweat-glued dead skin cells can accumulate. Mice wear out faster than any other part of a computer. Depending on how hard you are on them, you may need a new one every one to three years. Often when they misbehave it is just that they are dirty or have worn out feet. Here is how to clean them.

A little bottle of hand sanitiser on your desk to clean your hands frequently can stop the mouse from getting sticky in the first place.

Cleaning A Mechanical Ball Mouse

Legacy. Twist off the bottom plate to release the ball. Clean the ball in pure isopropanol (aka rubbing alcohol) which you can get at the drugstore. You want the 99% pure kind without any added oils.

Use an alcohol-soaked Q-tip to clean around inside. You will usually find lint wrapped around the two rollers. Pick away at it with the swab or a wooden toothpick. If you use tweezers be very careful not to scratch the rollers.

Clean the rest of the mouse with a Kleenex and alcohol. If the mouse has grooves, pick the crud out with a wooden toothpick and alcohol swab.

Cleaning An Optical Mouse

Clean the mouse generally with pure isopropanol which you can get at the drugstore. You want the 99% pure kind without any added oils.

Use an alcohol-soaked Q-tip to clean around inside where the light comes out. Often there will be some hairs or lint stuck inside confusing the mouse by reflecting the bright light. Pick it out gently with tweezers being very careful not to scratch the lenses inside.

Clean the rest of the mouse with a Kleenex and alcohol. If the mouse has grooves, pick the crud out with a wooden toothpick and alcohol-soaked swab. I also found a rubber dental probe useful for getting in the cracks. Avoid metal tools since the plastic is quite soft and will scratch easily. The feet are held on only with cheap adhesive. Be gentle with them.

Unfortunately, modern mice are designed with cracks for dirt to get in, but no way to open them up to service and clean them. The left and right click buttons seem to deteriorate, perhaps mechanically, perhaps from dirty electrical contacts or perhaps from dust blocking optical sensors. I can try cleaning them with a blast of compressed air, a poor substitute for being able to disassemble and clean. I treat mice as consumables.

Inside the mouse are tiny switches that the buttons depress when you click them. Make sure there is no dust or debris stuck in the switches, or you will have trouble selecting text (selections will disappear unexpectedly). You might use a small amount of silicone oil to lubricate each switch, removing any excess with a Q-tip.

You also have to clean your mouse pad and the bottom of your mouse every few days for optimum smoothness.

Miscellaneous Mouse Tips

Real World Mice

If you don’t use some feature, don’t buy a mouse with it. It will cost extra. It is just one more thing to break. It will cause trouble when you activate it by mistake.

These mice are in ascending order by list price. This approximates the order of street price.

electronic product image recommend electronic⇒Logitech V220 Cordless Opticalto electronic home
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Logitech V220 cordless optical mouse is a small, basic, inexpensive mouse designed for notebooks that comes in 8 colours/patterns. 1000 dpi.
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electronic product image recommend electronic⇒Logitech M310 Wireless Mouseto electronic home
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This is a great mouse, probably the best I have ever owned.

1000 DPI. 1000 reports per second. Full size, battery powered cordless mouse. This is what I use myself. It uses infrared laser outside the visible spectrum. You can’t tell just by looking that it is operating. Comfortable rubbery side grips. 3 Buttons. It uses the nano unifying receiver. The battery lasts far longer than other mice I have tried. 3 year warranty, but consider that you will still need to buy a new mouse while you wait for shipping to Logitech and back plus repair time. It is part of the fantasy collection that comes in five patterns/colours plus endless patterns. Oddly different colours and patterns vary widely in price.

Unlike most mice, it is easy to pop off the cover to clean it inside.

It has a fast easy to control vertical scroll, though I would prefer an accelerating vertical scroll. My finger gets tired vertically scrolling. The movement is unusually smooth.

It works with standard Windows HID drivers or you can download the Logitech Setpoint drivers.

The biggest drawback is the feet are not slippery enough though they are not worse than average.

If I roll it directly over my wood-grain desktop, it works, but the mouse moves slowly. It seems to like a light-coloured surface. Even a piece of plain white paper with no pattern works fine. With a dark background the mouse becomes sluggish. The mouse thinks it is not moving as fast as it actually is. I have some hypotheses why this might be so:

  1. the mouse uses more power on a dark background since less light reflects back. If batteries are failing, it can’t generate enough light and the mouse will become sluggish.
  2. dark backgrounds reflect less light, and looks more uniform to the mouse, so the mouse misses more changes in what it sees as it whips by.
  3. If may be that dust obscures the lens, making it miss movement.

New batteries will usually help a sluggish mouse, even if the control panel indicator says the old ones are fine.

The bottom line is the M310 must have a light-coloured mouse pad to work properly.

The other big problem with it is it is too easy to accientally hit the right mouse button when dragging. I don’t know why this is.

If the mouse wheel stops working, just power off the computer (not the mouse) and power on again.

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electronic product image recommend electronic⇒Logitech M325 Wireless Mouseto electronic home
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1000 DPI. 1000 reports per second. Compact size, battery powered cordless mouse. This is what we use on the laptop. We have three of them. It uses infrared outside the visible spectrum. You can’t tell just by looking that it is operating. Comfortable rubbery side grips. 3 Buttons. 3 year warranty, but consider that you will still need to buy a new mouse while you wait for shipping to Logitech and back plus repair time. We have one white with a flower pattern, one red, and one blue. It comes in scores of other colours and patterns. It has a fast easy to control vertical scroll. The wheel spins freely without clicks. It offers almost no resistance to spinning. Works with standard Windows HID drivers or you can download the Logitech Setpoint drivers. The biggest drawback is the feet are not slippery enough. It has finer optical tracking and scrolling precision than the M305 and M310 models. I used one myself for a while. I liked the fast vertical scrolling, but in some programs, even when I was not touching the mouse, it would generate a vertical scroll and select a different option. For that reason, I stopped using it. It claims a battery lasts 18 months. Comes in endless colours and patterns. Oddly different colours and patterns vary widely in price. The USB receiver is on the delicate side for a laptop where it can get bumped. It uses the new unifying receiver. It is safest to remove it when moving your laptop. Unfortunately, Logitech makes a dozen different receiver models, so if you break one, you won’t likely be able to substitute one from an old mouse. Happily, Logitech sells replacement unifying receivers if you can wait. For some reason this mouse retails in Canada for three times what it does in the USA. The Source (née Radio Shack) has a better selection of models than most. I bought one at Future Shop for $30 CAD. Staples also carries it.
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electronic product image recommend electronic⇒Microsoft wireless mobile 4000 Mouseto electronic home
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DPI and reports per second are not published. Full size, battery powered cordless mouse. This is what I used myself, the lime green model. It comes in black, pink, teal, berry and lime green. I don’t recommend it. 3 Buttons. It did not work on a black mouse pad even though they advertised advanced BlueTrack technology that should run anywhere. I had to use it on the wood grain desk top. The mouse wheel does not click as it moves. It is advertised to have both laser and LED. I see no sign of anything but a blue LED. It is quite a bit jerkier than the old Logitech. The transceiver is tiny. It plugs into any free USB port. I found trying different ports would improve jerkiness. I found it worked best plugged into a USB extender cord (left over from the old Logitech mouse) so that the receiver sits about 20 cm (7.87 in) from the mouse. There is a traveling storage slot for the transceiver housed in the mouse, which might be confusing to someone who does not understand the physics. It does not have feet, rather two large semicircular arcs. I trust that will provide extra wear. It advertises extremely long battery life, but I get only 3 weeks, much worse than my previous Logitech. The mouse has a Mickey Mouse exposed spring near the light sensor. I don’t know what its function is other than to interfere with cleaning. It died after a few months with the cursor too jerky to use and the mousewheel frozen. This a dog, but a handsome dog.
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electronic product image recommend electronic⇒Seal Shield Washable Mouseto electronic home
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Seal Shield Medical Grade Washable Scroll Mouse,optical, USB. Completely sealed. Covered in soft silicone.
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electronic product image recommend electronic⇒Logitech Wireless Mouse M525 - Red and Blackto electronic home
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1000 DPI. 1000 reports per second. This is what I am using myself. There were a few problems getting started. There is a catch on the bottom you much flick to open the mouse to insert the batteries. The old unifying receiver did not work. (Perhaps had I run the Setpoint Unifying configure software, it might have worked.) When I installed the one that came with the mouse, off it went. I could not double click until I visited the setpoint setup screen. This is a full-size mouse with laser optics. It is a relatively expensive model I got half price at Staples. It comes in red, silver and dark blue. Oddly, they are not the same price. It has a very precise vertical scroll. It seems to scroll one pixel at a time. It has only two buttons. I like it that way. I am always hitting the extra buttons by mistake. The feet are quite thin. I expect to wear through them in no time. It is advertised to work on any surface. I use an ideal 3M mousepad. Mouse control is limited by my muscular control. What I would like is for the mouse to become progressively more insensitive when I am moving slowly. I would like the middle button (scroll wheel) to double click, however SetPoint cannot do that. The sides have a rubbery feel, which is nice to grip, but hard to clean.
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electronic product image recommend electronic⇒Logitech G400 Gaming Optical Wired Mouse — Metalto electronic home
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1600 dpi. Gaming mouse. I used a model similar to this, the MX500. The feet tend to come off easily. It is difficult to clean. It has a solid feel.
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electronic product image recommend electronic⇒Logitech MX Performance Mouseto electronic home
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1500 dpi. 125 reports per second. Rechargeable cordless mouse. Dark field laser for use on wide variety of surfaces including glass. Encrypted transmissions to deter spying. Hyperfast scrolling. This is an office mouse, not a gaming mouse.
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electronic product image recommend electronic⇒Logitech Anywhere Mouse MXto electronic home
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1500 dpi. 125 reports per second. Rechargeable cordless mouse. Dark field laser for use on wide variety of surfaces including glass. Encrypted transmissions to deter spying. Hyperfast scrolling. This is an office mouse, not a gaming mouse. Smaller, for portable computers. This is a smaller version of the Performance MX mice.
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electronic product image recommend electronic⇒Logitech Wireless Gaming Mouse G700to electronic home
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Logitech’s top of the line laser mouse with all the bells and whistles for gaming.
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electronic product image recommend electronic⇒Rhino Washable Mouseto electronic home
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Wireless. You can put it is a dishwasher to clean it.
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electronic product image recommend electronic⇒Evoluent Vertical Mouse 3to electronic home
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Evoluent VM3R2-RSB Vertical Mouse 3 is an ergonomic mouse where you grasp it on the side instead of the top. Diagrams show why this might be easier on your wrist.
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electronic product image recommend electronic⇒Logitech LX8 Laser Cordless Mouseto electronic home
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Logitech has stopped publishing specifications. 5 buttons. Relatively inexpensive, sensible mouse for non-gaming. This is what I used myself. Not recommended. The extra buttons are really useful. I just kept hitting them by mistake. Hard to clean.
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electronic product image recommend electronic⇒Logitech G7 Laser Cordless Mouseto electronic home
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2000 dpi. 500 reports per second. Gaming mouse. Cordless radio link.
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electronic product image recommend electronic⇒Logitech G5 Laser Mouseto electronic home
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2000 dpi. 1000 reports per second. Premium gaming mouse. Variable tuning weights.
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Future Mice

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