A computer mouse is a peripheral input device that allows users to interact with a computer by controlling the movement of an on-screen cursor. Computer mice come in different styles, including wired and wireless options, and they can have different features depending on their intended use. Standard computer mice typically have two buttons and a scroll wheel, while gaming mice can have additional buttons and customizable settings for improved gameplay. Some mice are designed with ergonomics in mind and feature contoured designs for improved comfort during extended use. Mice can also have different sensor types, such as optical or laser sensors, which impact accuracy and sensitivity. Wired computer mice typically connect via USB, while wireless mice use Bluetooth or other wireless technologies. Many computer mice also come with software that allows users to customize settings, create macros, and adjust sensitivity for increased productivity and comfort.