The best wireless gaming mice on the market (mid-2020)

Want to know which mouse works best for your play-style? Here are a few great options.

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Having a good mouse can make a huge difference in gameplay and playstyle. Luckily there are a lot of great options available. With the rise of hardcore gaming and esports, companies like Razer and Corsair have put a lot of effort into developing a gaming mouse for every type of game and player.

Most modern gaming mice feature comfortable designs, accurate DPI sensors for increased sensitivity and performance, and programmable button options. Some companies have also gone the extra mile to design mice for specific grip styles. Here is a list of the best gaming mice currently available, in no particular order.

Razer Viper Ultimate

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Razer provides a lot of great gaming peripherals that are used by hardcore gamers and esports professionals alike. The Viper Ultimate wireless mouse is one of the best currently available on the market for FPS gaming. It features an astonishing 20,000 DPI sensitivity along with eight programmable buttons and onboard memory for up to five different button and sensitivity profiles. The mouse is ambidextrous for left and right-handed players and is compatible with Razer’s Synapse software and mouse charging dock.

Logitech G502 Lightspeed

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It’s hard to discuss esports and gaming peripherals without mentioning Logitech. The company has released a number of fantastic accessories for hardcore gamers including this mouse. The G502 Lightspeed wireless mouse features 16,000 DPI via the HERO 16K sensor. It works with the G HUB allowing players to create profiles of custom bindings and macros as well as color schemes. The mouse also has a dual-mode scroll wheel allowing players to control scroll speed. Something that is really unique about this mouse is that it comes with weights. There are two 4g weights and four 2g weights that allow players to customize the weight and balance of the mouse until it is comfortable and matches their playstyle. It is also compatible with Logitech’s POWERPLAY wireless charging system, a gaming mousepad that keeps the mouse charged as you play.

Logitech G Pro Wireless

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The Logitech G Pro Wireless mouse is a great option for every kind of gamer. The design is lightweight and ambidextrous making it comfortable for both right and left-handed players. The mouse was designed in collaboration with a handful of esports professionals and features Logitech’s HERO 16K sensor which gives it 16,000 DPI tracking. The button for changing the DPI is on the bottom of the mouse so you don’t accidentally change it in-game. It also features two programmable and removable side buttons. It is compatible with Logitech’s POWERPLAY wireless charging system.

Corsair Ironclaw

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The Corsair Ironclaw is a very popular mouse series known for balancing the comfort and functionality of a high-end gaming mouse with a relatively lower cost. Designed for FPS and MOBA games the mouse features an 18,000 DPI optical sensor with fully customizable sensitivity profiles, 10 programmable buttons, and a comfortable contoured grip. The mouse can be used both wired via USB and wirelessly via Bluetooth or Corsair’s Slipstream wireless dongle. Like most recent Corsair gaming devices, it is compatible with Corsair’s iCUE software allowing players to create custom lighting profiles, button layouts, and sensitivity profiles among many other features offered by the platform. When combined with iCUE players can link profiles to a specific game that the software can switch to automatically.

Asus ROG Spatha

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The Asus Republic of Gamers Spatha is a solid mouse designed for MMO gaming. The mouse is a bit wider making it more comfortable for players with larger hands. This mouse was built to last, the chassis is made from a magnesium alloy and features Asus’ Omron switches rated to last for 20 million clicks. It has an 8,200 DPI laser sensor with two sensitivity profiles for general play and sniping. The mouse features 12 programmable buttons including six thumb buttons that all feature tactile feedback. It can be used both wired and wirelessly and has an LED battery indicator where you rest the heel of your palm so you don’t get any unfortunate surprises mid-game.

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