The 10 Best Gaming Mouse Reviews in 2022

On this page, we will share our detailed reviews about the Best Gaming Mouse for you.

Best 10 Gaming Mouse Review

1.Razer Deathadder V3 Pro Wireless Ergonomic Esports Mouse – White

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If this shape mouse works well with your hand size/grip then this is a top tier wireless mouse that feels like it weighs nothing in your hand. Movement is exceptionally easy at ~65g, so great for competitive FPS but lacking the extra buttons some might prefer for games like WoW. For my hand it is a great fit, I’m a mix between a palm and fingertip grip and typically wear large size gloves. It has razers latest iteration of optical switches, which they did a great job of still making them feel mechanical but should have a superior lifespan thanks to the technology they use to actually activate. They have a good actuation force in my opinion, minimizing ghost clicks but still registering intentional clicks even with light pressure. To save weight and improve battery life this mouse does not have any RGB. Very surprising from Razer who has been on the “rgb everything” kick for about 6 years now, but it was the right move for this type of mouse. The PTFE feet they used are awesome and glide effortlessly across my desk pad, again providing superior movement compared to other mice I have used from logitech, steelseries, and others. It has a USB-C port for charging, which is awesome and vastly superior to micro USB in both ease of use and durability. Includes a wireless dongle extension so you can be sure to have a clean LOS to the sensor for minimal latency, and it includes a nice braided USB-A to USB-C cable for charging/dongle extension hookup. Razer quality overall seems to be on the rise, at least with the mice and keyboards I have had the opportunity to use over the past ~3 years. So this mouse does a lot of stuff great and I would recommend it to anyone looking for a quality lightweight wireless mouse of this style/shape. However I have two small gripes that I would like to mention. First, they are pushing this incredible 4000hz wireless poling rate for even less latency and better performance however you must purchase that particular wireless dongle separately which pushes the price up. Now of course that is an optional feature and I personally am no where near competitive enough to care about the milliseconds you would gain going from 1000hz to 4000hz but still, seems like they would just go ahead and include that in the kit. Second, it comes with 5 pre-configured DPI settings which is great but unfortunately none of which were what I typically use and the only way I have to change this is the razer synapse software. I don’t really mind having to download software to change settings like these, but their software is laggy and annoying compared to something clean like the Logitech G Hub software. It also auto-prompts you to install as soon as you plug the mouse in. Maybe some people appreciate that, but I consider that type of functionality a nuisance. So to finish this off, this has become my new “main” mouse replacing my previous G Pro Wireless (non superlite) that I had been using and I would absolutely recommend it to friends or family that are in the market for a competitive wireless mouse. 

2.Corsair – Scimitar RGB Elite Wired Optical Gaming Mouse with 17 Programmable …

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After two years, I’m overall happy with the mouse. Had a couple issues though. First, the scroll wheel needs to be greased after a few weeks of use. It will start to switch between not scrolling, and scrolling backwards from the direction you’re trying to go or scroll more than you tried to. This is a very common problem, and the solution is to either send it in for RMA service or take the mouse apart and put some lube on the left side of the scroll wheel shaft, I used petroleum jelly with good success, did it once and haven’t had the problem come back in about a year or so. The second problem just came up, it is now double clicking the left button almost every time. This didn’t happen one day, then the next day after a hour or so of use it started suddenly. I have powered off the computer and left the mouse unplugged to powercycle it with no change. I’ve seen a few other reports that this is also a common problem with some people experiencing it on replacement devices that were exchanged for the same problem. The last problem is the paint chipping off the side buttons. This is again a common problem with heavy use, it didn’t happen to me until I cleaned my keypad area with a wet cotton swab. Besides those issues I’ve had, I love everything else about this mouse. It fits my hand well, I like mice a little on the larger side. The adjustable forward-aft position of the side keys is very nice to have, the optical sensor is very responsive, it’s been a great mouse for gaming and everyday computer use. Corsair’s iCue software could use some work, it’s a little funky to bind actions to keys until you get used to it. 

3.SteelSeries Rival 600 Gaming Mouse

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Given how much I loved SteelSeries headsets, I decided to give their mouse a try when it came time to replace my previous one. Unfortunately I ended up disappointed. The Rival 600 has two detachable side panels with a rubber piece glued across each. I’ve had to replace the right side panel twice because the rubber dislodged on its own and left my fingers exposed to the sticky glue underneath. The first time was about 6 months after I bought the mouse and the second time was about 3 months after that. This was after using it for around 3-4 hours each night during that time period. I ultimately gave up replacing it after the second time and just wiped the glue off. Unfortunately this week after about a year and half of ownership, the rubber panel on the left side has also decided to peel off. I wanted to like this mouse because everything else about it was great. It was responsive while gaming and the RGB lights were easy to assign in the SteelSeries program. Before the rubber side panels started falling off, it did feel comfortable in my hand. I don’t know if it’s just a case for the way the Rival 600 is designed, but I would recommend avoiding this model. 

4.Glorious Model O – Worlds Lightest RGB Gaming Mouse Matte Black Edition 67 Grams

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If this is an upgrade from a corded mouse or you’re separating from Razer products this is a good mouse. The Dongle feels cheap like less than $1 in BOM, Dongle appears to be reused from another devices cast. The extender or whatever it’s called that allows dongle to use the ‘USB C’ cable it moves inside where the USB C plugs in and the cable will only go all the way in on one side, there are 2 horns on the USB C cable that taper plus flat leaving you with only 1 side to put the USB C connector in. Cable is light average connectors not great or bad except for the design of the horns on the USB C side those make it a 1 way only. The mouse is smaller than my G903 in all areas, their claim it’s for large hands ? Large leprechaun hands maybe or the large hands of a small child or large hands on a clock. Distance moved issue matched dpi my G903 which is at “1950” the MODEL o only makes it just over half screen height, the build height limits the leverage for better height, setting the Dpi at 2550 on the Model o and it just make the top and bottom of screen for me resolution 2560×1440. The scroll wheel feels cheap like on most mice now, Have not had one last more than a few weeks without the scroll becoming loose to the point of side motion stepping the scroll wheel it plagues all mice when these cheap .10 cent mechanical encoders are used. The buttons feel good “this won’t last cheap Omron switches weeks or months depending on weather humidity etc the contacts develop corrosion on surface making it an erratic switch” the sensor picks up good and adjustable from the software without a Facebook or some other social media garbage. Personally the Scroll wheel and the build volume the use of Omron Switches ruin this mouse for me, Old Microsoft Intelli mouse size would’ve been better.. The left and right button switches feel are the cheap Omron’s which thanks to Logitech I can no longer tolerate these because of mis-clicks and de-bounce and de-click whilst dragging too erratic after minor use.. I will be replacing the switches with a better plated type. 

5.Corsair Sabre RGB Pro Wireless Champion Series Ultra-Lightweight FPS/MOBA Gaming …

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The Corsair Sabre RGB Pro Wireless Champion Series mouse is feather light, responsive, and easy to customize. It comes with a wireless Slipstream 2.4GHz USB dongle and 6 foot USB-C charging cable. While I was surprised to see that the USB cable was rubber sheathed and not braided fabric, since the mouse is meant to be used wirelessly, the extra drag factor and stiffness of the cable won’t normally be an issue. The mouse can be connected to your computer 3 ways: with the USB charging cable, over WiFi using the Slipstream USB dongle, or via Bluetooth. There’s even a compartment on the bottom of the mouse to store the dongle when you’re on the go, though I wish the door wasn’t fully detachable as it seems easy to lose. The mouse has a simple ergonomic contoured design with 6 buttons: left and right mouse click, clickable scroll wheel, thumb forward and back buttons, and DPI toggle. On the bottom of the mouse are 4 PTFE glide pads which are replaceable and enable the mouse to slide smoothly and effortlessly over a flat surface. The left and right primary mouse buttons use Corsair’s Quickstrike spring mechanism to deliver gapless actuation of the Omron switches beneath, resulting in fast and responsive clicks, especially when executing a series of clicks in quick succession; using them is quite satisfying in terms of feel and responsiveness. The switches are also rated to last 50 million clicks so it should be durable enough to last many years before wearing out. The scroll wheel has a medium incremental feel when rotating that is not too stiff nor too loose, and clicking the wheel enables hyper-fast scrolling with the cursor, but it doesn’t have infinite scrolling on the wheel nor tilt clicking. This mouse has an adjustable polling rate of 125 Hz – 2000 Hz across 5 levels. In practical terms, a higher polling rate means lower latency and better accuracy of mouse movements – perfect for aiming and pinpoint cursor placement when gaming. This may even help creatives with editing, 3D modeling, and art work. Just note that setting the polling rate higher will consume more CPU resources. In order to change the mouse settings and customize the RGB lighting, which appears under the translucent Corsair logo on the palm of the mouse, you’ll need to download and install the iCue software from Corsair’s website. Upon plugging the Wireless USB Slipstream dongle into my computer, the Sabre paired to it immediately without requiring any additional setup. In iCue you can update the firmware, reassign the mouse keys to different actions or complex macros, change the lighting effects, set DPI levels etc. Your settings can be saved directly to the mouse (hardware) or in the iCue software, which would only use those settings while the software is running. You can also create multiple ‘profiles’ and save them both in the iCue software or directly to the mouse (up to 5 hardware profiles). To cycle through the different hardware profiles, just press the profile switch button on the bottom of the mouse, and the status LED will help you determine which profile you currently have selected. The DPI toggle gives you access to 5 stages of DPI from 100 to 26,000 (adjustable in increments or 1) and each of these are indicated by the LED color on the DPI key, also customizable; although you can set a ‘sniper’ DPI as a sixth setting in iCue, the mouse can’t activate that setting unless you remap one of the keys. Also note that some features in iCue are only available to modify when the mouse is connected to your computer via the USB cable, for example, surface calibration, saving hardware profiles, and changing the polling rate. Since I also have Corsair’s K57 wireless keyboard which is Slipstream compatible, I was able to take advantage of the multipoint access feature, so both the Sabre and the K57 were paired to a single WiFi USB dongle; however, you do need enough USB ports on your computer to connect the dongle and all of your peripherals via USB simultaneously in order to set that up in iCue. Overall, my experience using this mouse has been great, whether it’s gaming, creative work, or just browsing the web. The mouse is fast, responsive, and accurate all while being lightweight and wireless. You can even adjust DPI incrementally on-the-fly in increments of 50 for fine tuning, by pressing and holding the DPI toggle and adjusting up or down with the forward or back buttons, and the mouse will automatically save the new DPI level in the current stage. The battery life without RGB enabled is super long, and I’ve gone all week with daily use without needing to plug it in to charge. If you’re really worried about the battery running out when you need it most, you can customize the sleep mode timeout down to 1 minute, toggle it off when not in use, display the Sabre’s battery life in your system tray, and the status light on top will blink red when it needs charging, so you’ll never be caught unawares. 

6.Logitech G402 Hyperion Fury – USB Mouse – PC – Black

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The buttons on the original Gpro were more comfortable in my opinion vs the super light having more con-caved buttons, I just don’t like actually have to tell my brain to look for the button. As to when I used to just have my finger hovered over them. The adhesive grip stickers were a gamechanger for me, although I did not put them in normal spots I just cut them and put them in places where I felt they needed to be. Highly recommend for anyone with clamy hands or when your fingers get cold and you can’t really feel the mouse, the stickers helped me honestly As for the actual mouse performance I love the weight, as it was just what I needed removed from the old mouse. If you wanna remove that little bit of drag you get with a normal weighted and want to feel one with your mouse. I strongly recommend this to anyone who runs lower dpi and want more precision for longer range gunfights for fps, Also, if you aren’t used to running a lighter mouse you’ll feel your hand tense and grab the mouse which will actually move you a lot from where you were originally aiming or projecting your mouse. I just try and keep a calm firm grip (2/10 on strength scale for you gym bros). If you have any remote experience with a mouse and want better spray transfer flicks. This mouse for you I do think the battery life on the gpro is better though at least for mine. It’s still a long life but my old one I would like charge once every other week 

7.Roccat Kone Pro Gaming Mouse, Arctic White

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If you are looking for a versatile gaming mouse you have come to the right product – the ROCCAT Kone Pro Air has made me a believer in wireless peripheral capability, after being an avid wired mouse user for many years! Out of the box I already liked the look and feel of the Kone Pro Air, I have owned heavier wired mice in the past, and I think my overall preference has changed to appreciate a lighter device given the multiple uses I now have for it. It is very lightweight and moves smoothly across my desk, effortlessly. From an ergonomic standpoint I was initially worried my larger hands would not get used to the Kone Pro Air, but I was very pleased after a full day of both work and gaming to feel no soreness in my wrist or hands, so big win for me there. I like the 3 options for connectivity: wired (with included braided cord), Bluetooth and 2.4ghz wireless. I can use this on my gaming PC and then transition easily over to my workstation using Bluetooth, fast and simple. The next huge win for me is this battery life!! Impressive!! Out of the box the Kone Pro Air already had 90% charge and once I had downloaded the swarm software and updated the mouse firmware I was rearing to go. ROCCAT boasts 100 hours of battery life on a full charge, and I firmly believe them, this thing uses minimal energy to provide precise movement and tactile response from gaming to regular productivity work! I really enjoy not having to worry about docking this mouse on a charging station every day after I am finished with it, and even just a quick charge gives you a couple hours of use, if you ever get to the end of the battery life! The braided cord is so light and flexible you really don’t even notice it is there if you are connected, again very impressive. The SWARM software is functional, easy to use and offers some great default settings for button configs, and DPI settings. I liked the DPI calibration feature, but I am not entirely sure it gave me the right setting recommendation up front as I had to adjust it manually. I always enjoy well thought RGB lighting features and although the feature on the Kone Pro Air is only in the two main buttons it is still very slick and stylish within my current gaming setup. I don’t use macro’s as much as have in the past but it was nice to see some preset’s to help beginners get into macro usage for some of the main stream games out there. Button click is smooth though still has the mechanical feel, very satisfying. The Titan wheel is something new to me, all metal and essentially like a spoked wheel. It seems slightly more rigid than I normally prefer for scrolling but it is minor. I really just think the design of the wheel is something to see as most mice I have owned have been solid one-piece enclosures with rubber grip. The Titan wheel does have good performance and feel overall and I don’t feel myself missing a the rubber grips of yore. I think ROCCAT has come up with a well-designed product in the Kone Pro Air and I am super happy to have it, from setting up profiles for FPS, MMO or RTS games to working with day to day applications for my job all with smooth clicks and superb comfort in my hand and wrist. Couldn’t be happier with this mouse!! 

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8.Corsair Sabre RGB Pro Wireless Champion Series Ultra-Lightweight FPS/MOBA Gaming …

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The Corsair Sabre RGB Pro Wireless Champion Series mouse is feather light, responsive, and easy to customize. It comes with a wireless Slipstream 2.4GHz USB dongle and 6 foot USB-C charging cable. While I was surprised to see that the USB cable was rubber sheathed and not braided fabric, since the mouse is meant to be used wirelessly, the extra drag factor and stiffness of the cable won’t normally be an issue. The mouse can be connected to your computer 3 ways: with the USB charging cable, over WiFi using the Slipstream USB dongle, or via Bluetooth. There’s even a compartment on the bottom of the mouse to store the dongle when you’re on the go, though I wish the door wasn’t fully detachable as it seems easy to lose. The mouse has a simple ergonomic contoured design with 6 buttons: left and right mouse click, clickable scroll wheel, thumb forward and back buttons, and DPI toggle. On the bottom of the mouse are 4 PTFE glide pads which are replaceable and enable the mouse to slide smoothly and effortlessly over a flat surface. The left and right primary mouse buttons use Corsair’s Quickstrike spring mechanism to deliver gapless actuation of the Omron switches beneath, resulting in fast and responsive clicks, especially when executing a series of clicks in quick succession; using them is quite satisfying in terms of feel and responsiveness. The switches are also rated to last 50 million clicks so it should be durable enough to last many years before wearing out. The scroll wheel has a medium incremental feel when rotating that is not too stiff nor too loose, and clicking the wheel enables hyper-fast scrolling with the cursor, but it doesn’t have infinite scrolling on the wheel nor tilt clicking. This mouse has an adjustable polling rate of 125 Hz – 2000 Hz across 5 levels. In practical terms, a higher polling rate means lower latency and better accuracy of mouse movements – perfect for aiming and pinpoint cursor placement when gaming. This may even help creatives with editing, 3D modeling, and art work. Just note that setting the polling rate higher will consume more CPU resources. In order to change the mouse settings and customize the RGB lighting, which appears under the translucent Corsair logo on the palm of the mouse, you’ll need to download and install the iCue software from Corsair’s website. Upon plugging the Wireless USB Slipstream dongle into my computer, the Sabre paired to it immediately without requiring any additional setup. In iCue you can update the firmware, reassign the mouse keys to different actions or complex macros, change the lighting effects, set DPI levels etc. Your settings can be saved directly to the mouse (hardware) or in the iCue software, which would only use those settings while the software is running. You can also create multiple ‘profiles’ and save them both in the iCue software or directly to the mouse (up to 5 hardware profiles). To cycle through the different hardware profiles, just press the profile switch button on the bottom of the mouse, and the status LED will help you determine which profile you currently have selected. The DPI toggle gives you access to 5 stages of DPI from 100 to 26,000 (adjustable in increments or 1) and each of these are indicated by the LED color on the DPI key, also customizable; although you can set a ‘sniper’ DPI as a sixth setting in iCue, the mouse can’t activate that setting unless you remap one of the keys. Also note that some features in iCue are only available to modify when the mouse is connected to your computer via the USB cable, for example, surface calibration, saving hardware profiles, and changing the polling rate. Since I also have Corsair’s K57 wireless keyboard which is Slipstream compatible, I was able to take advantage of the multipoint access feature, so both the Sabre and the K57 were paired to a single WiFi USB dongle; however, you do need enough USB ports on your computer to connect the dongle and all of your peripherals via USB simultaneously in order to set that up in iCue. Overall, my experience using this mouse has been great, whether it’s gaming, creative work, or just browsing the web. The mouse is fast, responsive, and accurate all while being lightweight and wireless. You can even adjust DPI incrementally on-the-fly in increments of 50 for fine tuning, by pressing and holding the DPI toggle and adjusting up or down with the forward or back buttons, and the mouse will automatically save the new DPI level in the current stage. The battery life without RGB enabled is super long, and I’ve gone all week with daily use without needing to plug it in to charge. If you’re really worried about the battery running out when you need it most, you can customize the sleep mode timeout down to 1 minute, toggle it off when not in use, display the Sabre’s battery life in your system tray, and the status light on top will blink red when it needs charging, so you’ll never be caught unawares. 

9.HyperX Pulsefire Core RGB Gaming Mouse, Black

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I’ve really enjoyed using this mouse. The weight is stable but not heavy, it’s nice and accurate, tactile, and doesn’t accumulate gunk very easily even after long gaming sessions. You can customise the lighting through software which is handy if you like that kind of thing. The only reason I’ve given it 4 stars rather than 5 is because there are two issues which ding it down from being a perfect mouse: – If you’ve been idling and not actively moving the mouse, it seems like it takes a second to ‘wake up’ upon moving it for the first time in a while. You’ll move it and the cursor will stay in place for a few hundred milliseconds before it starts to accept input. Not an issue that crops up when gaming, but it is a jarring thing to experience when doing general tasks. – There could just be a small issue with my sensor (or even a rogue hair) but in very rare cases if the first movements you make in a while are super subtle, the cursor will jitter around a few pixels before returning to normal. Both these issues don’t affect normal use, but are present enough to be irritating from time to time. 

10.Corsair Ironclaw RGB FPS-MOBA Gaming Mouse

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After purchasing this item, I brought it home to set up on my computer. I plugged the dongle in, plugged the mouse in, and followed instructions to pair the mouse to the dongle with the 2.4 GHz connection using iCue. After a few seconds, I was prompted to update my drivers for both the mouse and the dongle. I updated the dongle but then the mouse stopped working using that connection. To verify the mouse still worked, I paired it using Bluetooth, and it worked. With the Bluetooth connection, I did not have any control over mouse settings so I had to resolve my problem. Doing some research, I found that the solutions other people had didn’t fit my problem. In attempts to resolve my issue, I tried reinstalling the dongle drivers through iCue, I tried restarting my PC, and I tried cycling the mouse power, among other things. None of these worked. I wanted to return this as a last resort considering I spent $70 on this and the nearest Best Buy store is a long distance away. As a final effort to get this mouse working, I went into the Device Manager, then USB Controllers section, and uninstalled the dongle. I plugged the dongle back into my computer, along with the mouse using the included USB charging cable, and I was able to successfully pair the mouse to the dongle and update all the drivers. With how much this costs and for the Corsair brand name, I shouldn’t have had these issues. I was hoping for an easy transition and setup but I was met with problems from the start. I hope this review helps other people solve their issues with this mouse. After using the mouse, it is a large mouse and fits nicely in my hand. There are plenty of buttons and very few lighting, which I like. The sides have a textured grip for the thumb and pinky finger. Overall, this is a decent mouse but I’m sure there are better out there for the same price with less issues and better features. 

The Best 10 Gaming Mouse List

Rank Product Price Rating
1 Razer Naga x Ergonomic MMO Gaming Mouse with 16 Buttons $49.99 4.3
2 Roccat Kone Pro Gaming Mouse, Arctic White $49.99 4.5
3 Logitech G502 Hero High Performance Gaming Mouse, Black $49.99 4.5
4 Logitech G203 Lightsync Gaming Mouse – Black $28.49 4.7
5 Razer Mouse, Viper Ultimate $79.99 4.7
6 Cooler Master MM720 Gaming Mouse (Glossy White) $62.91 4.2
7 Razer – Basilisk Ultimate – Wireless Gaming Mouse $77.95 4.6
8 Logitech G502 x Plus Lightspeed Wireless Gaming Mouse $159.99 4.7
9 Razer Basilisk V2 – USB Optical Mouse – Ergonomic – Black $34.99 4.7
10 Asus P706 ROG Gladius III Wireless Gaming Mouse $89.99 4.6

Editor Pick’s 10 Gaming Mouse

  • Glorious Model O Gaming Mouse – Matte White
  • Logitech G502 Hero High Performance Gaming Mouse
  • Razer RZ01-02010100-R3U1 Deathadder Elite Ergonomic Gaming Mouse
  • Razer Deathadder Essential Gaming Mouse
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  • Razer Basilisk x Hyperspeed Wireless Gaming Mouse
  • Logitech G502 Hero High Performance Gaming Mouse
  • Razer Viper Mini Gaming Mouse
  • Logitech G203 Lightsync Gaming Mouse – Black

Gaming Mouse Related Questions

Question:What is the best mouse in gaming?

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Question:Are gaming mouses worth it?

Answer: Gaming mice can be a great investment if you want a device that is more comfortable, more durable, has improved functionality, and is optimized for gaming performance. Gaming mice are made to fit different grip styles, have more buttons, and have a faster response time. Perfect for the serious gamer.

Question:What gaming mouse do I need?

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Question:What are gaming mouses for?

Answer: A mouse designed for gamers. Gaming mice have adjustable sensitivity, which is configurable as the number of dots per inch (DPI). The greater the DPI, the farther the cursor moves on screen with the same amount of mouse movement.

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