These are the best mice for the HP Elite Folio: HP, Logitech, and more
The HP Elite Folio is the company’s new hybrid Windows laptop that’s powered by an ARM processor, specifically the Snapdragon 8cx Gen 2. Windows hasn’t seen a lot of success on ARM but in our testing, we concluded that it’s the best Windows on ARM PC if you compare it with the Surface Pro X or the Galaxy Book S. It comes wrapped in vegan leather which kind of reminds me of the Spectre Folio that the company launched a couple of years ago. It also comes with a great keyboard with a solid metal deck and makes space to store the bundled stylus pen.
There are a variety of mice available that can pair well with the Elite Folio — in fact, HP has some good options themselves. However, you do need to take into account that there are only two USB-C ports on the machine, which means a Bluetooth mouse is a much better option unless you are willing to sacrifice one of those ports. Let’s have a look at some of the best mice for the HP Elite Folio.
- Razer is known for its gaming peripherals for the Pro Click is the company's first proper productivity mouse made in association with Humanscale. It comes with a premium white finish with up to 8 programmable buttons, excellent battery life, and a fast 16,000-dpi sensor.
- The Arc Mouse from Microsoft is a premium mouse that features an innovative full scroll plane for vertical and horizontal scrolling instead of a traditional scroll wheel. There's a learning curve to use this mouse, especially due to its shape but we love the fact it can lay flat allowing ease of storage.
These are some of the best mice for the HP Elite Folio. Out of the above, our personal recommendation would be the HP Z5000 as it comes with Bluetooth, so you don’t have to sacrifice the limited number of ports on the laptop. You can also take a look at the Logitech MX Anywhere 3 if you’re looking for a great productivity mouse in a compact design.
Check out our list of the best laptops for 2021 along with a dedicated list of the best HP laptops. Considering how most new laptops are now coming with Thunderbolt and high-speed USB-C ports, it seems like a wise choice to invest in a Thunderbolt dock.