On a laptop that can be an issue (unless you run an absolutely enormous battery like I do:),
but on a desktop batteries aren't an issue.
I use a bluetooth mouse for my laptop, but it's not a "mini notebook mouse"
I don't know who actually makes it, it's a a Dll branded full size BT laser mouse
I went bluetooth because I have internal bluetooth on my Dell notebook so there
is no mouse dongle hogging up a USB port.
Frankly I don't see the point in a bluetooth mouse for a desktop/tower computer,
ANY wireless Mouse works just as well... and there are usually six (or more) back
panel USB's on any modern desktop.
Frankly having the cable from a wired mouse dragging around my desk is a P-I-T-A,
but there is another way around a dragging cable... get a mouse that doesn't need to move...
I use the Wired version of the Trackman Wheel mouse.
You work the trackball with your thumb left click with the index finger
right click with the middle finger and unlike most trackball mice it has
a scroll wheel between the two buttons (I mostly work the scroll
wheel with my middle finger)
NOTE: this trackball mouse is specifically oriented to right handed users
(Fortunatly I'm right handed)
I like it so much I've purchased a spare.
The cable isn't an issue because there is little need to move the
mouse on the desk.
The cable also means no mouse batteries to be replaced