The 10 Best Ergonomic Wireless Mice
This wiki has been updated 9 times since it was first published in January of 2019. In today's digital world, many users spend more time with their mouse than they do with their spouse. And after a long day at the computer, you can definitely feel some fatigue in your wrist and forearm. That's why you need an ergonomic wireless model. They are designed to reduce the risk of repetitive motion injury or stress, and many have modern features that can help you be more productive. When users buy our independently chosen editorial selections, we may earn commissions to help fund the Wiki. If you'd like to contribute your own research to the Wiki, please get started by reviewing this introductory video.
January 17, 2021:
During this update, we replaced the Logitech MX Master 2S with its newer iteration, the Logitech MX Master 3. Among other differences, the latter has a larger secondary scroll wheel and more separation between the thumb buttons to reduce the possibility of misclicks. We also removed the Logitech M570 in favor of its newer iteration, the Logitech MX Ergo. Again, the latter model has some updated features that make for a better user experience, such as the addition of Bluetooth and the ability to connect to more than one device at the same time. The Unimouse Contour makes its debut this year and boasts the highest level of customizability, which makes it perfect for users that feel others they try just don't fit their hand well. While we will be the first to admit that the Microsoft Sculpt is somewhat dated, we still felt it worthy of inclusion for the different approach it takes than others. Rather than providing as much support as possible, it is designed to train you to use the muscles in your forearm more, which takes some of the strain off the tendons in the wrist.
January 26, 2019:
There are a lot of options in this category, and Logitech is the leader in the hotly contested space, so some of our selections had to be from them. Many other companies offer quality products, though, so we included some of those to offer variety. We were especially happy with the inexpensive Anker vertical model.