The best gaming mice currently available (mid-2020)

The best mice to add to your setup.

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Your mouse may be the most important piece of equipment for gaming after your PC itself. Playing with a high-quality gaming mouse makes a massive difference in gameplay when compared to a cheaper everyday mouse. While many gaming mice have extra features, the most important aspect of a good gaming mouse is sensitivity. A responsive mouse with a high DPI can completely change the way you play and will definitely help you jump up the ranks in online multiplayer. We suggest getting a mouse with programmable sensitivity profiles that can be switched on the fly. A high sensitivity profile is perfect for faster FPS gameplay while a lower sensitivity profile is perfect for making the minute adjustments needed when sniping. Here are our picks for the best gaming mice of 2020.

Logitech G502 Lightspeed Wireless

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Logitech is a major player in the esports and gaming peripherals industry. The company has a reputation for high-quality products capable of performing well at every competitive level. The G502 is a shining example of the quality of Logitech’s products. The wireless mouse features Logitech’s excellent 16k HERO sensor giving you 16,000 SPI. Players can create custom bindings sensitivity profiles via the G HUB software to suit their needs. The mouse also features a dual-mode scroll wheel that allows players to manipulate their control speed. What makes this mouse truly unique though is the inclusion of adjustable weights and its compatibility with Logitech’s POWERPLAY wireless charging mousepad.

Razer Deathadder Elite

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At first glance, this mouse will seem very simple when compared to others on this list, but its simplicity is the reason why it is one of the best gaming mice available. The ergonomic design of the mouse makes it perfect for every grip style used in competitive gaming. The optical sensor rivals the best sensors on the market with 16,000 DPI capable of tracking 450 Inches Per Second. The mouse also has six buttons that make use of Omron’s 50-million click mechanical switches. Like all Razer products, the mouse is compatible with their Synapse software to control color and sensitivity profiles.

Corsair Ironclaw RGB

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Corsair’s Ironclaw series of mice are among the best for both wired and wireless gameplay. The Ironclaw is very popular for having the quality, comfort, and features expected from a high-end gaming mouse while also being affordable. These mice were designed for FPS and MOBA gameplay with 18,000 DPI and customizable profiles that can be changed on the fly via Corsair’s iCUE software. This comfortable mouse series is also great for people with larger hands. The only downside to this mouse is that it is slightly heavier than you would expect from a mouse of this size.

Razer Naga Trinity

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This mouse by Razer has some very unique features that make it stand out as a great mouse for MMOs. Like the Deathadder, the Naga comes with Razer’s 5G optical sensor providing 16,000 DPI. What makes this mouse so unique is the interchangeable side panel. The panel where your thumb typically rests has swappable plates with two, seven, and 12-button configurations for you to use as needed. This unique aspect lets you adjust the mouse to fit your needs and program the buttons via Razer’s Synapse software.

SteelSeries Sensei 310

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The Sensei 310 is a great ambidextrous mouse featuring eight buttons with Omron’s 50-million click mechanical switches. The Sensei’s optical sensor provides 12,000 DPI without any tracking issues. The mouse has a simple but comfortable design good for the most common mouse grips used in professional gaming but isn’t very well suited for people with smaller hands. The mouse is very light and comfortable. Many veteran gamers will find this mouse nostalgic as it is very similar in design to the cheaper classic mouse that came with most early PCs.

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