I don't think I have ever found a person that enjoyed using the track pad on laptop computers. For those with lazy fingers and the inability to operate their computer with this tool, a wired or wireless mouse makes for a great asset. The Dynex wireless mouse is one of the best I have used and considering my job involves writing for anywhere from 8 to 10 hours each day, I've gone through my share to be called an expert.
The first thing I enjoy the most about this Dynex mouse is the fact that it has a great ergonomic feel. When other wireless pieces are large, bulky and uncomfortable, this mouse is smaller and fits perfectly in your hand. With many of other wireless units I have used in the past, you needed to have a mouse pad underneath to work perfectly. With this mouse, that isn't the case. I have been able to use this on a couch, kitchen table, kitchen counter and even on my leg a few times. This makes it the perfect on-the-go mouse to take for work trips. The cost of this mouse is also ideal considering it can be purchased for less than $15 and works as well, if not better, than many of its more expensive counterparts.