Obviously, any mouse can be used to work on the PC and perform the tasks you need, but they do not perform all their functions in the same way and especially when you have to work with them for 8 hours a day. , so it’s important. choose well and, if possible, at least possible price right?
Make the most of your day with mice for telecommuting
To make a comparison, suppose you have to go shopping during the month in a supermarket; You can go there by bike and it will help you get there, although later you will have problems loading the purchase, so a compact utility for example will be much more useful. With devices for telecommuting, more or less the same thing happens: While any mouse can be used to do the work, if you have a specific device for this, you can do it more comfortably and easily. more efficient.
Next, we’ll tell you about four new Trust mice designed for telecommuting with the greatest possible comfort and versatility, and we’ll start with a summary of their specs so you have them all on hand.
|Trust the puck||Trust Yvi||Trust Kuza||Trust him|
|Type||2.4 Ghz wireless + Bluetooth||2.4 Ghz wireless||2.4 Ghz wireless||2.4 Ghz wireless|
|Cut||25 x 57 x 108 mm||40 x 57 x 95 mm||44 x 78 x 122 mm||41 x 74 x 113 mm|
|Weight||N / A||84 grams||78 grams||100g|
|Sensor||1600 DPI optical||1600 DPI optical||1600 DPI optical||2200 DPI optical|
|Battery Type||Rechargeable||1 AA battery||2 AA batteries||1 AA battery|
Trust Puck: ultra slim design with rechargeable battery
This mouse is designed to be carried in total comfort thanks to its ultra-slim design and its rechargeable battery with USB-C connector. In addition, it has dual wireless connectivity (2.4 GHz RF and Bluetooth), making it the perfect partner for users who need to telecommute using a laptop, as you can easily carry the mouse with you.
The device stands out for its minimalist design and for being available in three colors (black, pink and blue); It’s just 27mm tall and has silent buttons (according to Trust, they generate 90% less noise than usual), and it has a switch that lets you change sensitivity without the need for software. .
Its recommended price is $ 19.99.
Yvi, mice for teleworking with style and functionality
This mouse, also wireless, seeks to combine simplicity and functionality in one device. It has a very comfortable compact shape, with an ambidextrous design and rubber sides for a more comfortable grip. It has 8-meter 2.4GHz wireless coverage and allows you to store your pico USB receiver in the mouse itself so that it doesn’t get lost when you need to carry the mouse from one place to another.
Its recommended price is also $ 19.99.
Kuza, a comfortable and adjustable wireless mouse
With a more conventional style, we have this Trust Kuza, which already equips six buttons for more functionality and versatility. It is in this case designed for right-handed users due to its ergonomic shape, it needs two AA batteries to operate, which provide up to six months of battery life and its wireless range is 10 meters.
Surprised by its suggested retail price, of only 14.99 dollars.
Nito, speed and firmness in an all-terrain mouse
The latest of these Trust teleworking mice is the Nito, the most advanced of all but not the most expensive as we will see below. It has a higher maximum sensitivity than the rest, so it can be used even for games, it allows you to change the sensitivity with its dedicated button without the need for any software and it has six buttons in total.
The recommended price of this mouse is 19.99 dollars.