I do prefer a good quality product over a cheap one
I’m not a particular fan of no-name brands of cheaply made Bluetooth accessories. I like a well built piece of equipment that can take some abuse from me. Not that I’m particularly hard on my equipment, but I’ve been known to drop or even throw a piece of equipment every now and then. My choice is always for name brand accessories and devices, not just for Bluetooth devices, but for most everything I buy.
Reputation means everything
I like name brand equipment because I know that these manufacturers have a R&D and a Quality Control department. Companies with these departments look out for their consumers. I usually choose my purchases through reputation then look at reviews of products I am looking to buy.
I have bought cheap product before
Now, I wont lie. I have bought a few cheap no-brand items before, like the two mice on the right side in my picture. They were disasters.They didn’t have the same heft or thickness that I equate with quality like a Microsoft or Logitech mouse.
The ones I bought were a bit unorthodox in the way they operated but ended up so awkward to use I just went back to my old standard. They were inexpensive so I thought I might give them a try, but in the end I went back to the basic design mouse that I have always used.
For some price doesn’t matter
Bluetooth doesn’t have to be too expensive. It will cost more than a wired mouse, keyboard, headphones, speakers. But not so much more that you are priced out of the market. But I buy Bluetooth devices for the freedom from wires it gives me. This is my number 1 choice for buying Bluetooth devices.
If you want, you can buy the high end Bluetooth devices, like gaming keyboards and gaming mice or high end Bluetooth ear-pods, headphones and speakers. That’ll bump the price a bit. But that’s a choice you have to make for yourselves. For some price does not matter.