8 Best Touch Mice | December 2016
Make everyday computer tasks more fluid and intuitive with one of these touch mice. They offer a more natural way to navigate your PC or Mac, and let you speed through long documents and Web pages, move horizontally in spreadsheets, and much more, using simple finger movements instead of clicks, and you don't need a touch-screen enabled computer to use one. When users buy our independently chosen editorial picks, we may earn commissions to support our work. Skip to the best touch mice on Amazon.
The HP z8000 Ultra-Mobile moves through Windows 8 and 10 tiles with ease and has a super low profile, so it doesn't look bulky, like many mice. It has durable brushed aluminum holding the top and bottom together, but the touch scroll isn't very sensitive.
- lightweight, yet feels solid
- syncs up to devices every time
- left click button is finicky
|Rating||3.6 / 5.0|
The Microsoft Explorer U5K-00001 has little wheels on the bottom that help it move effortlessly across any surface--rough or smooth--and it can last up to 18 months on a single battery. It also has five customizable buttons so you can quickly complete your favorite tasks.
- stop rapid scrolling with a gentle tap
- receiver stows magnetically to the mouse
- easily shows fingerprints
|Rating||3.8 / 5.0|
The Logitech T620 boasts a full-touch surface that is responsive at all points, and user-friendly gestures, like moving back and forth between web browsers, and start-screen access. It also comes with a unifying receiver that connects to 6 compatible mice.
- laser-grade optical sensor
- uses regular or rechargeable batteries
- cannot pinch or zoom
|Rating||4.2 / 5.0|
The modern and intuitive Microsoft Arc RVF-00052 boasts a flexible design that lets you mold it to your grip, and folds flat for easy packing. It has a touch strip with satisfying tactile feedback, and it's not very wide, so you can wrap your whole hand around it.
- blue light indicates it is working
- has a 30 foot wireless range
- not bluetooth compatible
|Rating||4.0 / 5.0|
The Rapoo T8 5G Auawak fits the natural curve of the hand for an extremely smooth operation, and is almost seamless, reducing the chance of parts breaking or disconnecting. It won the prestigious IF Design Award for its user-friendliness and reliability.
- works on almost any surface
- impeccably accurate
- does require some software installation
|Rating||3.9 / 5.0|
The Samsung Smt-7000b has a large touch-pad for effortless scrolling and navigating, but it also has the convenience of right and left click buttons, as well as a function button. Plus you can use the mouse to add color to, or erase parts of, images via special operations.
- very sensitive to touch
- includes a usb insert receiver
- sophisticated appearance
|Rating||4.9 / 5.0|
The Lenovo N700 Dual is a steal for under $35 because it doubles as a laser pointer, minimizing the accessories you need to pack for a presentation. It correctly identifies one-finger gestures, and it boasts two ways to connect wirelessly to your device.
- color makes it easy to find in your bag
- optimized for windows 8
- super responsive to gestures
|Rating||4.7 / 5.0|
The Logitech T631 for Mac is ultra thin and can easily slip into your pocket to move it between your home laptop and your work desktop. It can connect to multiple Bluetooth devices, and you can indicate which one you're using via a simple switch on the bottom.
- silky-smooth touch
- one minute of charging per hour of power
- includes a usb cable
|Rating||4.7 / 5.0|