Since you're using it for a notebook i recommend the Microsoft Wireless Notebook Optical Mouse. It's compact, light, runs for months at a time on a single AA, responsive (for a wireless mouse) and comfortable (for a tiny mouse). Have it in with my notebook all the time.
I am using both. The higher resolution for gaming is also good for photo editing. Very precise. Both are wired so you don't get any lag or inaccurate signals. Both are quite different in shape so please try and see which one you prefer.
I go with u lah... i went with Edwin to buy his laptop mouse also... den he 'FINALLY' bought 1 that he like... u ask him lor... i really make it an 'ENJOYABLE' event for him... he was so grateful that he nearly teared... :thumbsup: :bsmilie: :sweat:
The first generation of wireless mouse dis have a noticable lag because of longer wake-up time as well as lower report rates (~50 ms per report), but recent models (those that came out about 2 years ago) from both Logitech and Microsoft has 27 MHz RF report rates that are as fast as USB (8 ms per report) so the lag should not be noticable.
As for precision and accuracy, wireless (both BT and 27MHz) are as good as wired.
3. Microsoft Wireless Notebook Optical Mouse 4000. This is their latest model. Looks cooler than the previous model (in my opinion) and has the 4-way scroll wheel similar to the Tilt Wheel on their desktop mouse. It has a battery holder that slides out from the back of the mouse where the silver logo is. Tracking engine is the same as the previous model. http://www.microsoft.com/hardware/mouseandkeyboard/productdetails.aspx?pid=045