Laptop track pads can be rough on the hands when you use your computer all throughout the day like I do. After a while, I find that the fingers on my right hand and my right wrist begin to hurt after I have been using my track pad for a while, so I began using USB mouses to spare myself the discomfort. At first, I bought a mouse that attached to my computer with a wire because it was my cheapest option, and I couldn't imagine a wire would be much of a hassle. To my surprise, the wire was actually a huge inconvenience. It kept managing to get tangled around my charger wire and eventually began breaking until the mouse finally could no longer work. Next, I bought a wireless USB mouse thinking it would solve all of my mouse woes, but instead, that mouse was a disappointment because it lacked precision, causing me to have issues with clicking the wrong thing often.
Finally, I picked up this adorable wireless mouse with micro-precision scrolling by Logitech in a fun purple design. Although it was not my cheapest wireless option, it was still very affordable and turned out to be well worth the slightly higher cost. Thanks to the micro-precision scrolling technology, I never have issues with meaning to click one thing and clicking on another like I did with the previous mouse. In addition, I don't have to constantly change out the battery like I did with my other wireless mouse since this mouse has a battery life of up to 18 months; to think I was changing the batteries every three weeks with my old mouse! Don't risk wasting your money on a low-quality mouse. Go wireless, and go with this Logitech mouse to get the results you want.