The Best Gaming Mouse: Wired and Wireless Top Choices

I stopped reading when you mentioned Razer. Razer has CHEAPLY made mice. Two have broke on me within a year. Logitech g600 is way better than the razer Naga or any of their mmo mice.
 

Yenega

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I stopped reading when you mentioned Razer. Razer has CHEAPLY made mice. Two have broke on me within a year. Logitech is much better
Most mice break over time (or get issues). That's my experience. Had 100+ by now.

Most will last till they are not cool anymore. New stuff comes out.

Razer is not bad quality I think. Had 2 Razer products and they both worked fine for years. I have zero Razer products today tho. Considered Razer Viper Ultimate but ended up with G Pro Wireless Superlight.

I also have a G Pro Wireless and the first one broke after 1 year or so. Left click bug. I got a new one with full warranty tho, however RMA took several months. Logitech RMA is slow..
 

hahahanoobs

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I liked the G502 Proteus so much I ordered a second the same day. I'm a 1600 DPI FPS gamer so I like the size, weight, feel and extra buttons on it. I put on 'teflon' pads and they are noticeably better than the stock pads. The reviews mentioned double click issues too often on the Hero for me to feel confident buying it. Click latency is 11ms (Hero 10ms) and sensor latency feels crisp. I would like to try wireless eventually with a sub 100g mouse and a button layout more like the G502 if it exists when the time comes.

Odd to see the #1 competitive wireless mouse didn't make the list. The Superlight.
 

hahahanoobs

Posts: 4,020   +2,038
I stopped reading when you mentioned Razer. Razer has CHEAPLY made mice. Two have broke on me within a year. Logitech g600 is way better than the razer Naga or any of their mmo mice.
Their FPS stuff is a lot better. Might be where their focus is. When you compare their Viper to the Superlight, you'll see Razer still stands with the big guys.
 
Glorious Model O "Glorious officially rates the mouse for up to 71 hours with its 3-zone RGB disabled, so expect a few hours trimmed off that figure if you plan on playing with the lights on"

a "few hours"?!?! I've got one of these and if you turn the lights on the battery is appaling! I no way can this be considered a "wireless" mouse when you want to use RGB!
 

Pastuch

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Depends on grip. I have big hands and G Pro Wireless suits me perfectly, with hybrid claw/fingertip grip.
My hands are 112 mm wide and G pro was the most painful mouse I've reviewed. I write mouse reviews on reddit for fun, working on CM Mm720, Hyperx pulsefire Haste and I just got the new Pulsar X Lite Wireless which is like a G Pro for people with big hands. I love it so far, it's close to Zowie EC2 shape, 60 grams and wireless
 

Yenega

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My hands are 112 mm wide and G pro was the most painful mouse I've reviewed. I write mouse reviews on reddit for fun, working on CM Mm720, Hyperx pulsefire Haste and I just got the new Pulsar X Lite Wireless which is like a G Pro for people with big hands. I love it so far, it's close to Zowie EC2 shape, 60 grams and wireless
My hand is 12cm wide and 20cm tall, GPW fits my hand perfectly with my gripstyle

I personally don't want holes in the mice shell, dust and bacteria built up and looks awful

My goto for mouse reviews
 
The Logitech G Pro Superlight is the best wireless mouse money can buy. Everyone knows this, I think your article is broken. I've used the Razor, and the sensor is no where near as good as the Logitech.
Yep, and it has pretty impressive low latency.
 

Skjorn

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I like the model D much better than the model O. Didn't even mention it.
All mice here with honeycomb-perforated design are moronic. You will have all the dirt, dust, and palm skin falling through, quickly turning into an infectious, stinky container that you cannot even clean.
They open to clean pretty easy and maybe check your hygiene if palm skin falls off you so quickly it then turns infectious.... cmon man. Just because you don't like it doesn't make it a bad design. I've had one for a while and it's fine. It doesn't stink. It doesn't have mold growing inside it. It didn't start walking and eating cheese. Yall act like they have a vacuum built in them that's just sucking up your cheeto grease and dandruff.
 

VitalyT

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check your hygiene if palm skin falls off you so quickly it then turns infectious.... cmon man.
Check your basic hygiene knowledge before writing this. Palm skin exfoliation is not related to one's hygiene, it is related however to the amount of contact and thus stress on your palms. The amount of skin that exfoliates from one's hand pressing against a mouse is huge. And the infection factor builds up from the exfoliated skin rotting, mixed with dirt and sweat, and the bacteria it produces thereof.