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come with a USB-C to USB-C cable?  I bought a laptop that only has one USB-A port and I don’t want to use that port for a mouse.

 

I know I could get a USB-A to USB-C adapter, but I’d prefer not to go that route.

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Not sure they do, most ive seen are A on one side. Why not buy your own USB-C to C? They arent expensive

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most gaming mice use micro usb since its lighter so chance are slim that you will find a usbc gaming mouse but the Razer Viper Ultimate is solid option with an excellent value and performance 

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52 minutes ago, lerodemmy said:

come with a USB-C to USB-C cable?  I bought a laptop that only has one USB-A port and I don’t want to use that port for a mouse.

 

I know I could get a USB-A to USB-C adapter, but I’d prefer not to go that route.

Pretty sure there isn't any notable mouse that comes with a USB-C to USB-C.
So your options are :
- Buy a mouse with detachable cable, Type-C port. Then buy your own Type-C to Type-C cable.

- Buy a mouse with detachable cable, any kind of port, then buy your own Type-C to "Insert the port your mouse use" cable.
- Use a Type-A to Type-C adapter
- Buy a Type-C usb HUB and increase your USB-A port amount.

- Buy a bluetooth mouse

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If you are shopping for wireless mice; the included cable doesn't matter since it can be easily replaced.

 

I actually cannot think of any wired gaming mice that terminate in USB C off the top of my head.

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