Got the Mouse Óptico Wireless Dell WM324 as a gift for my wife, since it recently acquired the Notebook Dell Inspiron I14-3442-B10 com Intel® Core™ i3-4005U, 4GB, 1TB, DVD engraver, Card Reader, HDMI, Bluetooth, LED 14″ e Windows 8.1 but still did not have a mouse. Touchpad It is cool, but to work for long periods a mouse is much better.
I opted for Dell to be the same brand of notebook, and model WM324 it seemed to me one of the best options. I have a similar model, the WM311, toast that came with my Dell laptop. It is simpler, no side buttons, It seems to have stepped out of line, but still working perfectly. The WM324 it appears to be a trend.
The WM324 It is wireless and uses Logitech's Unifying technology, which operates in the frequency range 2,4 GHz and allows you to connect other compatible devices using a single receiver. It uses a single AA battery that can last up 18 months. Duracell alkaline battery is included in the package. To access the battery compartment just remove the top of the mouse, which is magnetically attached only. There's also room to store the USB receiver module.
In addition to the traditional buttons and scroll wheel, the WM324 also has two laterals buttons, running on all latest versions of Windows. It is a lightweight, compact mouse, and serves to righties and lefties. It has a resolution of 1.000 dpi.
Check out some photos from the Mouse Óptico Wireless Dell WM324:
Also see these pictures provided by the Brother Wallace comparing the size of Dell WM324 Wireless Optical Mouse with other mouse models: