The 11 Best Gaming Mouse Of 2020

Having the best gaming mouse often always leads to better performance, regardless of what game it is you’re playing. Unfortunately, choosing the best gaming mouse isn’t as easy as it sounds. This is mostly because of the sheer number of options that are available on the market today.

Lucky for you, we’re here to help.

After testing out some of the best gaming mice the market has to offer, it all boiled down to these 11 gaming mice

Logitech G502 Proteus Spectrum

Released in 2014, the Logitech G502 Proteus Core combined what was considered as the best mice sensor at the time (with up to 12,000 DPI), surface tuning, and weight balancing. Surely enough, it quickly gained popularity. But as the RGB craze grew, Logitech saw the need to update the Logitech G502, releasing the Logitech G502 Proteus Spectrum, which has since been considered by many as THE best gaming mouse. Period.

The Logitech G502 Proteus Spectrum features a distinctive design that’s partly responsible for its comfortable grip. It also has 11 accessible and programmable buttons, an adjustable scroll wheel, and some of the best customization software on the market. But that’s not all. It also comes with tunable weights as well.

While the Logitech G502 Proteus Spectrum doesn’t necessarily lean towards a particular genre, it brings enough to the table to let you excel and perform to your absolute regardless of the game that you throw at it.
Pros:
• Cleverly designed layout with accessible buttons
• Intuitive customization software
• Weight adjustment
• Comfortable for most users
Cons:
• Divisive design and aesthetics
• Shape might not be as comfortable for players with big hands and palm-grip users

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Razer DeathAdder v2

More than a decade since the release of the iconic DeathAdder mouse, Razer finally decided to release an official follow-up in the form of the Razer DeathAdder v2. The result? A gaming mouse that was definitely well worth the wait.

Well-deserving of the DeathAdder name, the DeathAdder v2 isn’t necessarily better than another fan-favourite in the Razer DeathAdder Elite. In fact, both are probably one and the same as the improvements are not big enough to warrant “upgrading” from the Elite to the v2. But even if that’s true, it’s not like there’s nothing new either. The new DPI buttons, flexible cabling and lighter weight (105 grams vs 82 grams) make for compelling arguments.

For those who’ve been waiting for a true DeathAdder from Razer, the DeathAdder v2 is a long-time coming.
Pros:
• Physical DPI buttons
• Flexible cabling
• The switch from mechanical to optical switches are a welcome addition
Cons:
• Feels like Razer could have done a lot better

(check here for the price)

SteelSeries Sensei 310

“Exquisite” is a term that we’d use to describe the SteelSeries Sensei 310. Another word we’d use is affordable, because, well, it is. But it’s not just another unique-looking affordable mouse that most gamers would prefer to skip for the more robust offerings because the Sensei 310 could very well be an end-game mouse for both casual and professional gamers alike.

Suitable for both right-handed and left-handed users, the Sensei 310 uses one of the most accurate 12,000 DPI sensors around and weighs just 92 grams.

Sure, the Sensei 310 lacks RGB lighting, nor added weighs, and other niceties commonly found in other gaming mice. But then again, who needs those? If you’re the sort who simply wants a gaming mouse that lets you perform at your absolute best and doesn’t look half-bad while doing it, the Sensei 310 might just be the best gaming mouse for you.
Pros:
• Ambidextrous design
• 12,000 DPI sensor is extremely precise
• 1:1 tracking
• Affordable
Cons:
• You can only choose between two DPI settings

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FinalMouse Ultralight 2

Created by the company that’s arguably responsible for the current obsession for lightweight gaming mice, the Finalmouse Ultralight 2 serves as proof that they remain the kings of lightweight mice.

Weighing just 47 grams, to say that the Ultralight 2 is featherlight is not an understatement. But that’s not all. Despite its small and slight stature, the Ultralight 2 doesn’t feel like it’s not there at all. It feels surprisingly solid on the hands, and it comes with “infinity skins” that you can stick on the mouse to add either more heft and texture to it, depending on your own individual preference.

Paired with an elite optical sensor, a supple yet flexible cable, as well as low latency, the FinalMouse Ultralight 2 is a delightful surprise for those willing to take the risk.
Pros:
• Lightweight
• Infinity skins let you customize the feel of the mouse as you please
• Top-grade optical sensor
• Comfortable and ergonomic shape
Cons:
• Expensive

(check here for the price)

Razer Naga Trinity

This is my favourite and what i currently use.

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