Computer | Peripherie

Long-term Field Test: 05.09. to 31.12.2016

Anker 2.4G Wireless Vertical Mouse

High optical Resolution and five Buttons

(Photos will be submitted later)


05.09.2016: “Anker® 2.4G Wireless Vertical Ergonomic Optical Mouse” ordered at Amazon.de. Price: 15.99 EUR. Delivery announced for 08.09.2016.
06.09.2016: Amazon has emailed shipping confirmation, goods will be delivered to me on Wednesday, 08.09.2016.
08.09.2016: The package was delivered to the desired DHL Packstation at noon, so that I could pick it up after work..


  • Anker Wireless Vertical Mouse (2 AAA batteries not included)
  • 1 x Nano receiver
  • Installation flyer

Tech Specs

Anker 2.4G Wireless Vertical Mouse

Optical resolution: 800/1200/1600 DPI

System Requirements

Computer with USB connection (for the nano transmitter/receiver)

  • Windows 7 / Vista / XP / 2000
  • Linux
  • Mac OS X (the two buttons for the thumb are not supported by Mac OS X)


08.09.2016: Took the package from Amazon out of the DHL Packstation in the evening and took the first photos of the unpacking at home.

It is the first evening that I use the mouse, which has just been connected to the notebook, but it makes a solid impression.

It is very well made. There have been no drop-outs whatsoever. It is very comfortable to hold, the mouse wheel has a practical rubber tyre.
All this gives me a good feeling that this computer mouse will not disappoint me in the future.


(Photos will be submitted later)


  • high-resolution sensor enables smooth cursor control
  • ergonomic form


  • none noticed yet


Even after eight days of daily use, I am very satisfied with it.
I can really recommend this mouse.


  • Logitech Bluetooth Mouse M557

If you are looking for a mouse to connect wirelessly to your PC or notebook, the choice is huge and can depend on personal preferences.

I recommend visiting your local specialist retailer because there you can touch and try out all the mice as demonstration models.

The price differences among reputable manufacturers are only due to differences in the quality of the technology.

So if you want a very durable high-quality processed mouse with several switches and a very high-quality scroll wheel, it will perhaps be in the three-digit euro range, while a simple but solid cable mouse can already be had for about 10 EUR.

Not wireless, but fair

If it has to be a very fairly made computer mouse, have a look at this website: https://www.nager-it.de/en/maus

However, I have not tested these myself.

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