Understanding RF and Bluetooth Wireless Mouses
An RF mouse has a detachable USB dongle at the back of the mouse to plug into a computer or laptop. In contrast a Bluetooth mouse uses a transmitter that automatically connects to your device.
Both these wireless mice come with extraordinary compatibility and response time. However wireless RF mice are a great option for computers where Bluetooth isn't an option, especially if USB ports are available. Just plug the provided USB adapter into any available port, and you'll be able to use the RF mouse without any extra steps.
Price-wise, although USB-charging wireless RF mouses are more expensive, you don’t have to replace their batteries. Wireless bluetooth mouse that run on AA or AAA batteries still remain widely used because of their reliability and cheaper costs.