TECKNET USB Wired Mouse, 6-Button Corded Mouse with 2 Adjustable DPI, Optical Computer Mouse with Ergonomic Design and 5FT Cord for Laptop, Chromebook, PC, Desktop, Mac,…

(13 customer reviews)

Original price was: $13.99.Current price is: $9.99.

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  • High Precision and Durability: TECKNET Tru-Wave technology wired computer mouse provides precise, intelligent cursor control and tracking on many surface types, even on smooth surfaces with glass. Tested for over 6 million keystrokes, the wired mouse ensures responsive clicks and a longer lifespan for daily use.
  • 2 Adjustable DPI and 6 Buttons: 2-level DPI settings (1000/2000) to meet your needs both in home and office. 6 buttons enable superior productivity and efficiency to meet all your computer needs. Moving quickly between documents or browsing your favorite Web sites is a breeze with large, easy-to-reach Back/Forward buttons.
  • Ergonomic Design: The shaped design and soft rubber grips conform to the hand and are designed to be comfortable to hold. The compact size enables it to be able to be taken wherever desired for use on the computer whether at home, at work or anywhere else.
  • Plug and Play: Simply plug in the USB cable to power your mouse, eliminates the trouble of replacing batteries. No software or downloads required. The 5FT of USB cable is the perfect length for a USB wired mouse and adapts to almost any computer setup with no lag.
  • Wide Compatibility:Compatible with Windows 2000,2003, XP, VISTA, 7, 8, 10, 11 and Chromebook, Mac (side buttons not work on Mac)
Average Battery Life in hours

‎36 months



Item model number


Hardware Platform

‎Laptop, PC

Operating System

‎Windows 2000

Item Weight

‎3.84 ounces

Product Dimensions

‎2.68 x 1.5 x 4.06 inches

Item Dimensions LxWxH

‎2.68 x 1.5 x 4.06 inches



Power Source

‎Battery Powered



Is Discontinued By Manufacturer


Date First Available

‎July 17, 2015

13 reviews for TECKNET USB Wired Mouse, 6-Button Corded Mouse with 2 Adjustable DPI, Optical Computer Mouse with Ergonomic Design and 5FT Cord for Laptop, Chromebook, PC, Desktop, Mac,…

  1. banana

    No frills and works great. Plug and go. Needed this to stand in for a dead Apple trackpad when I couldn’t access Bluetooth. Very comfortable in my smaller hand, with a satisfying level of click. Came fast and safely packaged.

  2. The Ramen Consumer

    This wired mouse offers an excellent grip and comfortable hand positioning, making it a standout choice for users seeking ergonomic design and practical functionality. The design prioritizes user comfort, allowing for extended periods of use without causing hand fatigue. The textured surface enhances grip, ensuring the mouse stays securely in your hand during various tasks.

  3. Kevin

    Bought 2, one for me and one for my mom. They work great. I use mine for gaming and web browsing and it is excellent. Definitely recommend.

  4. lorraine elliott

    Awesome Product, you will not go back to any other product after using this one.

  5. C. Okamuro

    I got this mouse for my WFH days and it is what I needed. It is small and comfortable to hold. I like the front/back page button on the side and the button on the middle of the mouse that lets you adjust the speed of the cursor. It’s definitely not the best mouse for gaming but it does the job for simple tasks.

  6. C. Okamuro

    I’m a girl, anja, I’d say my hands are not big, but either as tiny/delicate as many small girls.
    With that said, the mouse is a little small, it might be uncomfortable after long time of usage, because your hand is not properly supported by the mouse. Gamer ones are a little longer

  7. Kevin

    The scroll wheel on my “old reliable” mouse at work started giving me issues this week, and I could only deal with 1 day of that nonsense. My 8 year old backup mouse worked in a pinch, but wasn’t moving smoothly and I knew that it wasn’t a long term solution.

    I ordered this mouse because it was cheap and looked comfortable. I can confirm that it is relatively comfortable and works well. My fingers are monstrously long so all computer mice feel a bit small to me, but I feel like this mouse is a comfortable fit for me. The thumb buttons are a nice touch for going back/forward as well. It is wired, so you don’t have to deal with batteries!

    Disclaimer: I’ve only used the mouse for 30 minutes so I can’t comment on long-term use

    10-month update: I’ve noticed a drop in responsiveness of the scroll wheel. It’s a bit bothersome, but manageable for now. I may have to invest in a gaming mouse.

  8. JC

    Mouse works well, seems to be very good quality. Shipped super fast and was inexpensive.

  9. John Doe

    I was setting up a second workstation desk in my home office area. It isn’t something that I plan on using a great deal, but I did want to equip it with a decent wired keyboard and wired mouse. I had purged and given away most of my peripherals, so I was in the odd position of being a mouse short of what I needed. What to do?

    Since I didn’t need anything too feature-filled or flashy, I thought the TECKNET 6-Button USB Wired Mouse with Side Buttons would be fine. I was largely influenced by the one-day Prime availability. The mouse arrived on time, and as advertised. The TECKNET identifies a regular HID mouse, and works fine on Windows and Linux (I have both kinds of machines on my KVM). The mouse shell is comfortable enough (for a right-hander), and the bonus is that the thumb cutout is rubberized (which I like). The cord is jacketed in plain PVC, so you’ll have to look elsewhere for a braided jacket. The mouse performance is fine, and the resolution toggle is handy. Overall, it’s a nicer mouse than I thought you could get at this price point (and there’s a coupon!).

    Something about the mouse got my attention, even if I couldn’t quite place what it was. The mouse looked and felt fine, but something felt a bit off. When I went back to my other desk I immediately noticed what it was… the mouse is basically 80% of the size of a “regular” mouse. It’s not as jarring as when you use one of those 60% sized “laptop” mice, but it something to keep in mind. I have average (or slightly smaller than average) sized hands, and I didn’t have any problems with it. If you have large hands, this may not be the mouse for you. Conditionally recommended

  10. Arun P M

    Good quality and materials. One downside is that is smaller that I was specting, but still a great budget mouse option. Works perfectly

  11. Kristin Cerda

    Satisfactory sits right in middle of gaming mouse and regular mouse.

  12. banana

    Really great mouse. I love the back & forward buttons on the side, which was my primary reason for picking this one (as well as the price). The mouse cursor was SUPER sensitive when I first plugged it in, but I went & lowered the speed in settings. It’s perfect size for my hand, & I cannot beat the price.
    I will say, the mouse clicking is louder than what I’m used to, as in when I click on something to select it. But nothing to be worried about. Maybe it will quiet down some as I use it? not sure. Still super happy with this purchase.

  13. Dámary

    Nice little mouse. Pointer speed/ dpi-button is annoying.

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