A cordless mouse, also called a wireless mouse, is a mouse that connects to a computer without the use of wires. Instead, the mouse uses some manner of wireless technology, like Bluetooth, RF, or infrared radio waves. Usually, a USB receiver is plugged into the computer and receives signals from the cordless mouse.
Cordless mice needs batteries to work, which may be AA batteries, AAA batteries, or rechargeable NiMH or Li-ion batteries. A cordless mouse that is rechargeable requires a base station to charge the batteries in the mouse.
Who invented the cordless mouse?
The first wireless was named the Logitech Metaphor, invented in 1984.