Wireless Mice, is referred to as a mouse which connects to a computer without using any wires. Instead of that, the mouse uses some manner of wireless technology, like RF, Bluetooth, or infrared radio waves. Basically, a USB receiver is plugged into a computer and receives the signals from a cordless mouse. Most of the wireless mice uses radio frequency (RF) technology for communicating the information with the computer. As it is radio-based, RF devices require two main components, that is a transmitter and a receiver. Wireless Mice is also termed as a cordless mouse. Like virtually all the common technological devices, a wireless version has become increasingly marketable as standard version grew in a popularity. Cordless mice require batteries to work. Normally they use AA batteries, AAA batteries, or the rechargeable NiMH or also Li-ion batteries. A cordless Mice which are rechargeable requires a proper base station to charge batteries in the mouse
- Growing inclination towards wireless devices
- Changes are being introduced in peripheral devices such as computing system
- Ongoing innovations in mice models
- Rising demand for wireless mice from gamers and businesses
- Growing touch screen devices is further hampering the overall market
The Wireless Mice market framework should serve as a basic structure to support the strategic decision-making process for Players. For instance, the question of whether a Players wants to expand in other areas of the market value chain would fundamentally determines its strategy.
What is the current setup of the Wireless Mice Industry, and what is its growth trajectory through 2026?
Trends that might impact the resulting strategic moves of the Players
How can Players take advantage of the changing market dynamics and capture new opportunities lying in Wireless Mice market?
The key Players profiled in the report are Logitech (Switzerland), Razer (United States), SteelSeries (Denmark), Roccat (Germany), HP (United States), A4Tech (Taiwan), Mad Catz (United States), ASUS (Taiwan), Minicute Limited (China) and Trust International B.V. (Netherlands).