Best Bluetooth Mouse for Xiaomi Tablets Reviewed!

If you are like me and use your Xiaomi Mi Pad – or some other tablet – as your main laptop on the go, having the right accessories is a must. One of them is a bluetooth mouse. For things like highlighting text, drag and drop, or even just scrolling, nothing works better than a mouse. In this buyer’s guide I’ll show you the very very bluetooth mouse you can pair with your Xiaomi or other tablets to turn it one step closer to a real laptop.

Logitech Bluetooth Mouse M557


A Bluetooth mouse like the Logitech is all about simplicity – being totally wireless. Tablets don’t often don’t have traditional USB ports, making Logitech a good choice for compatibility with its bluetooth connectivity. The Logitech M557 is somewhat smaller than your regular mouse but it is comfortable. There are 6 buttons on the mouse – right- and left click, scroll click, a Windows button and scroll wheel left- and right click. The mouse is a favorite with Xiaomi tablets and is an innovative, ambidextrous mouse with a slim, ergonomic design. The mouse, with high definition optical sensor, has a 12-months-capacity battery pack as well as a wireless adapter that connects to tablets and computers without interference.


TeckNet Bluetooth Wireless Mouse


No need for a receiver, this TeckNet mouse connects directly to Bluetooth-enabled devices such as your Xioami Mi Pad. Switch quickly between web pages and save time with the app-switching and forward and backward buttons. With TruWave technology, you get smart cursor control over a variety of surfaces. The mouse works with two AAA size batteries which aren’t included. You can use the mouse for up to 24 months with the batteries. An indicator light lets you know when it’s time for a new battery. The mouse offers an ergonomic grip with rubberized sides for comfortable grip. It has 5 adjustable DPI levels – 800, 1200, 1600, 2000, 2600. The mouse also has auto-sleep mode for when the mouse experiences no action for a while. This reduces power consumption during these inactive times. With this Bluetooth wireless mouse, no dongle is needed, so it frees up your USB port. TeckNet also backs up their products with its 18-month service support.


Microsoft Sculpt Comfort Bluetooth Mouse

The Microsoft Sculpt Comfort Bluetooth mouse is all about contouring to the shape of your hand. This mouse is for right-handed users only with a shape that slopes upward, rising back toward your palm, making it comfortable to use for long stretches of time. The left side of the mouse has a trim pad for your thumb to rest. The mouse is compatible with tablets and has unique BlueTrack technology. This enables it to work on all kinds of surfaces. With its 3-button system and 4-way scroll wheel for navigating up and down or left and right, the mouse’s blue Windows touch tab provides quick access to the Start Menu if you are using Windows.


HP X4000b Bluetooth Mouse

Light and ergonomic, the HP x4000b is a powerful Bluetooth mouse with ambidextrous design. It is compatible with all Windows operating systems. Compact and cordless, the mouse works with Bluetooth enabled laptops, PCs and tablets without the need to use up a USB port. A LED indicator light will let you know everything is working and it will also alert you as to when the two AA batteries are running low. The high-precision 1600 DPI laser sensor means you can work on most surfaces. With this mouse you get 10 meters or 30 feet of operational or roaming freedom. With 3 buttons and rubber-edged grip for comfortable usage for either hand, this mouse is a perfect travel companion with a battery that lasts up to 9 months.


Apple Magic Bluetooth Mouse

Ok, this one isn’t exactly compatible with Xiaomi, but if you’re an Apple fan, this is the mouse for you. With the slim and futuristic looking Apple Magic Bluetooth mouse, you can use a Bluetooth 2.1 transceiver to communicate with Bluetooth-enabled Macs. Powered by two AA batteries, which are included and which should last for 4 months, the Multi-Touch Area of the mouse, with the mouse itself being the Button, allows you to perform simple gestures such as scrolling across the top surface of the mouse to interact with desktop computers. It can also be configured as a 2-buttoned left- or right-handed mouse, with the default being a single button. It makes use of laser tracking for better pointer accuracy.

Microsoft Surface Arc Wireless Bluetooth Mouse

Lightweight, bendable and super slim, unlike the more traditional bulkier mouse, the Microsoft arc wireless mouse is an ideal choice when you’re on the go. You can simply snap it flat to fit inside any bag you have. The mouse can scroll backwards and forwards and it is compatible with Windows computers, connecting by means of Bluetooth 4.0. The front section works like a touch-pad, allowing for swiping gestures. Right and left buttons are used for scrolling functions. Making use of two AAA batteries which are included in the box, the way to get going with this stylish mouse is to snap it into its curved position. The mouse comes with a limited 1 year warranty.


Logitech MX Ergo

Last but certainly not least is the Logitech MX Ergo. This is one of the most ergonomic bluetooth mouse you can get, with a unique tilting feature that supposedly reduces muscle strains by up to 20%. The trackball lets you navigate the mouse without pushing it around, further cutting back on the amount of energy needed to use the mouse. Windows Central calls the MX Ergo “A trackball mouse that’s to die for”, and Ergo Trends named it “Best Overall Ergonomic Mouse for 2018”. If you’re looking for a bluetooth mouse that will feel comfortable even after a full day’s work on the tablet, consider the MX Ergo.


What’s your Favorite Bluetooth Mouse?

Most tablets such as the Xiaomi Mi Pad lets you connect an external keyboard or mouse using bluetooth. If you spend a lot of time typing on your tablet, using these accessories will definitely feel more natural than without, increasing your productivity.


Argam Artashyan

Back in 2010, he was dismissed from his position as a lecturer at the university. This made him get another job at his friend’s digital marketing company as a blog writer. After a few years, when he was thinking the article writing is his mission, Google pushed the Panda update and affected the company and websites he was working at. (Un)fortunately and surprisingly, he got an offer to head a large knitting factory. In 2016, he got his Ph.D. and resumed teaching at the University … and writing tech-related articles following his passion.

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