5 Wireless Mice under Php 1,000

5 Wireless Mice under Php 1,000

If you work on the go, a wireless mouse is a good companion for better productivity. Most of us are even more comfortable in using a mouse over a trackpad, unless you are using a MacBook or it’s as good as that. Here are 5 wireless mice currently on sale for yourself or as a gift for office friends.

Rapoo 1090P


Rapoo has an impressive line of computer peripherals with a good price tag and one of them is the Rapoo 1090P. It’s a wireless mouse with a nano receiver and uses a higher 5GHz band for a more reliable connection. It’s a neat buy for just Php 495 at PC Express.

A4Tech G9-370


Here’s a wireless mouse from A4Tech that runs on various surfaces even on glass. The G9-370 also has a programmable hotkey you can assign via a software. It has an adjustable DPI button of up to 2000 DPI. It’s a bit of a bargain for Php 699 on Asianic.

PowerLogic Air Shark



Here a wireless mouse with a built-in battery so you don’t need to buy alkaline batteries every time it gets drained. Its 500mAh Li-Polymer battery can last up to 70 hours of usage with a full charge. You can also use it while charging with the included cable. It’s available through Asianic for Php 799.

Logitech M280


If you wish for a trusted brand, then you may check out the Logitech M325. It has an ergonomic design for comfortable usage and it has a whopping 18 months of battery life. It also uses a nano receiver to connect to your PC. It’s currently priced at Php 875 via Lazada.

Rapoo 6080


As mentioned, Rapoo has quite a list of quality peripherals and another from them is the Rapoo 6080. Unlike other most on the list, it uses Bluetooth 3.0 for connection. No need for a receiver that usually gets lost over time. It’s available through Lazada for Php 999.

You may check out the mice listed above if you’re looking for a decent wireless mouse. If you’re looking for Bluetooth keyboards, you may check our article here.

If you have found any good deals and holiday discounts around, share it with everyone through the comment section below.

This article was contributed by Daniel Morial, a film school graduate and technology enthusiast. He's the geeky encyclopedia and salesman among his friends for anything tech.

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6 Responses

  1. Glenn says:

    If you go to data blitz their you will see an elephant wireless mouse that comes in different colors and design which is being sold for 495 pesos. it has a back/forward button and a DPI button. it also has a feature of silent click, you wont hear a sound whenever you click the left/right button.

    • champy says:

      I’ve already gone through 2 of those elephant ones. The scroll/middle button is always the first to go.

  2. deveerei says:

    do you have a gaming mouse article?

  3. How about Logitech M238 Play Collection? It is comfortable to use due to its rubber sides and has a lot of great designs.

  4. MightyMouse says:

    Rapoo 7100p., the best for me.. 5GHz freq. side buttons (very useful for net browsing), dpi switcher, nice ergonomic design and best of all.. only 720php.. beat that!

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