As a gamer, you decided to trash your old mouse and replace it with a gaming one? Great decision, a gaming mouse can offer you performance and functionalities that your traditional mouse never could. And who said that in order to buy one of the best gaming mice you had to spend an arm and a leg?
The DeathAdder is by far Razer’s best-seller gaming mouse, with over 10 million devices sold. Thus we were not surprised when Razer announced a V2 version to replace the aging DeathAdder Elite.
The Logitech G502 Lightspeed is the definition of a wireless gaming mouse. It features an ergonomic design, a 16,000 DPI HERO sensor, 11 customizable buttons, and a long battery life. Its price is high, but this is the best gaming mouse you can buy.
The SteelSeries Sensei Ten is an example of how all brands should evolve their products, a mouse that retains exactly the same format as its predecessor, but has been improved in all other aspects, making it a true upgrade.
The era of wired peripherals is slowly but definitely coming to an end! More and more devices rely on wireless technology that has performance on par with wired connectivity. It is, therefore, no surprise that Razer launched its most interesting gaming mouse, the Basilisk, in a wireless variant: we are talking about the new Razer Basilisk Ultimate, a product that is designed specifically for FPS players but that lends itself well to be also used on all sort of games.
The Logitech G Pro Wireless has been the best wireless FPS mouse for more than a year, but now Razer has launched a worthy competitor. The Razer Viper Ultimate is near perfect and is superior to the G Pro Wireless in many ways, but it is also much more expensive.
The HyperX Pulsefire mouse series is enhanced with a new, more upscale version, the Surge RGB. With its ambidextrous design and advanced optical sensor, it will appeal to many gamers looking for a powerful gaming mouse.
The Logitech G903 Lightspeed proves that a wireless mouse for competitive video games is not heresy anymore. Precise and accurate, it offers many customization options for demanding gamers as well as a wireless charging system via the optional mouse pad.
Pleasant to handle, the Corsair Ironclaw RGB will satisfy all the lovers of big mice out there looking for some comfort for their big hands. Despite its imposing size, the Ironclaw can be used in fast-paced games thanks to its lightweight and a very good optical sensor.
The Corsair Harpoon RGB Wireless is a gaming mouse, with a rather small size, and a price that invites you to try it. This mouse stands out in both features and price.