Bluetooth Mice: 5 Fast Facts

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Fact #1. The first computer mouse in history used neither an optical tracking system, nor a tracking ball. Invented in 1964, the first mouse ran on a pair of metal wheels connected to a circuit board and housed in a cubic wooden shell. That design would dominate the landscape until eight years later.
Fact #2. The ability to transmit smaller files like music in the same way that a radio tower does appealed greatly to both software and hardware industries. They were looking for a way to streamline aspects of the computer user experience. Throughout the late 1990s and into the 2000s, manufacturers designed more and more of their products with Bluetooth connectivity, including their wireless mice.
Fact #3. Each Bluetooth mouse is outfitted with a transmitter. Some of these connect with a paired Bluetooth receiver that you plug into any of your computer's USB ports. Other mice pair directly with the receiver in your computer. The outboard USB receivers also have all of the necessary software on them. When you plug them in, they automatically walk you through the installation of any and all drivers you might need to use the mouse.
Fact #4. The thing you'll have to do more than anything else with these mice is change or recharge the batteries. Obviously, mice that operate on disposable batteries will make your life easier. You can get them back up to full power in as little time as it takes you to swap the batteries out.
Fact #5. After deciding what kind of power source you want, you can think about how these mice will fit into your hand. If you're going to use your mouse for long stretches of time, it's vital that it has some ergonomic comfort in store for you. This is largely a matter of personal preference, but it's important to keep in mind.
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