Last updated on June 10th, 2022 at 01:21 pm

If you need a mouse that just works and won't break the bank, this is it.

Jelly Comb

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I recently decided to get a couple wireless mice for my laptop. It’s not a gaming laptop, nor do I play games, so I didn’t need anything expensive. I also didn’t want something that would be a huge loss if it were to go missing.

Anyone who’s carried a wireless mouse along with their laptop knows how easy it is to lose or break one. I decided to purchase the Jelly Comb 2.4G Wireless Mouse from Amazon.

Jelly Comb Wireless Mouse: You Get What You Pay For

It’s true. And if you know what you actually want, it’s a good thing. In my product review, I talk about what this mouse is and what it isn’t. Hint: it’s not a gaming mouse.

That being said, I tested it on a 2013 model iMac and a Windows 10 laptop with no issues. I did have a quick pop up on the iMac asking to configure an ‘unknown keyboard’ which I dismissed. That notification never came back and probably is an artifact of the included nano receiver (likely sold with keyboards as well).

This is a very inexpensive mouse. The Jelly Comb wireless mouse works well but if you drop it on a hard floor, it’ll probably break. It comes with no battery included (normal for this price range). It has a super quiet click and built-in sleep mode to preserve battery life.

The Jelly Comb wireless mouse includes a scroll wheel that looks like a 360-degree rotating ball, but don’t be fooled – it’s not. And to be fair, they never advertise it to be such.

Check out my full product review in the video below and subscribe to our YouTube channel for more product reviews:

Do you have this mouse or recommend a different one? Or have you had a bad experience with this specific product? Let me know in the comments.

Sharif Jameel is a business owner, IT professional, runner, & musician. His professional certifications include CASP, Sec+, Net+, MCSA, & ITIL and others. He’s also the guitar player for the Baltimore-based cover bands, Liquifaction and Minority Report.

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