What is best mouse for Linux machines Wireless via a USB dongle or Bluetooth?
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Personally the reason I like Bluetooth is that it's built into most machines so you don't have the damn dongle that most wireless mice rely on.
One less thing to lose/forget, go wrong, have sticking out of your laptop waiting to get knocked when you're on a plane.
Maybe there are wireless mice which don't rely on a dongle using some other mechanism instead but most of the ones I've seen do.
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The non-bluetooth wireless is more likely to just work, as it'll be emulating USB (probably). However, depending on your distribution/expertise, that may not be a problem.
I think it's bluetooth, because using 2.4 GHz frequency. And have low susceptibility of interference.