Linux Compatible Mouses

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Linux compatible mouses isn't all that easy to find in local computer stores.

You need to look for larger sized computer stores or big size stores that has a little bit of everything.

Buying Linux compatible devices locally in Brazil, depends very much on where you live and if the reseller keeps a small stock of Linux compatible mouses.

You are more likely to encounter Linux compatible mouses in larger stores, than the small sized computer shops, working with a limited range of products and mostly the same Chinese brand "Multilaser".

Linux Compatible Mouses:

BENQ:

No specific drivers needed.

Manufacturers website


Corsair:

Corsair Gaming M65

Manufacturers website


FinalMouse:

FINALMOUSE SCREAM ONE - SECOND EDITION

Manufacturers website


Hoopson:

Hoopson Is a Brazilian brand, that surprised me in terms of both price, ergonomy, design and pricetag.

  • MS-032X - 100% compatible "Optical Mouse Black Office" - 1000dpi ( $12Reais )
    Looks and feels like a gaming mouse, but most important it is 100% Linux compatible, tested on Kernel 4.19.xx.

Manufacturers website


Logitech:

  • B100
  • M90 - 100% compatible ( $36Reais )
  • M100 - 100% compatible
  • M105 - 100% compatible ( $49Reais )
  • M185 - Wireless Mouse
  • M325 - Wireless Mouse
  • M330 +
  • PARTY COLLECTION M325c Wireless Mouse
  • M187 - Wireless Mini Mouse
  • M510 - Wireless Mouse
  • M525 - Wireless Mouse
  • M590 Multi-Device Silent
  • MX518
  • G5

Manufacturers website


Microsoft:

Microsoft ™ har ett flertal möss som fungerar felfritt under Linux Debian 8 / 9.

  • Arc Touch

Manufacturers website


Razer:

Razer has no official Linux drivers. However, there is the Razer device configuration tool, supported by the following models. The list only includes the ones which works 100%.

  • Razer DeathAdder Classic
  • Razer DeathAdder 3500 DPI mouse
  • Razer DeathAdder Black Edition mouse
  • Razer DeathAdder 2013 mouse
  • Razer DeathAdder Chroma mouse
  • Razer Diamondback Chroma mouse
  • Razer Krait mouse
  • Razer Mamba (tournament edition)
  • Razer Naga Classic mouse
  • Razer Naga Epic mouse
  • Razer Naga 2012 mouse
  • Razer Naga 2014 mouse
  • Razer Naga Hex (v1) mouse
  • Razer Naga Hex 2014 mouse
  • Razer Taipan mouse

Manufacturers website


ROCCAT®:

A German company specializing in Gaming for Linux.

  • Kone Pure
  • Kone Pure Color
  • Kone Pure Military
  • Kone Pure Optical
  • Kone XTD
  • Kone XTD Optical
  • Kova +
  • Lua
  • Savu
  • Tyon

Manufacturers website

Extra


SteelSeries:

The following mouses doesn't have specific drivers for Linux:

  • Steelseries Sensei Raw 310
  • Steelseries Rival 310

Manufacturers website

 

Library categories: 

Games For Linux

Windows has always been the preferred platform for gaming, but after STEAM's interest in Linux more game developers are making their games natively available for Linux.

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