Gaming Mice Reviews
The Endgame Gear XM2we is a great value-for-money mouse that exudes quality and easily competes with mice nearly twice the price.
The G Pro X Superlight 2 is an ultra-lightweight wireless gaming mouse that's almost identical to its predecessor. But hey, its predecessor was great.
Razer’s Viper V3 HyperSpeed feels lighter than its 82g, but it’s still not that lightweight.
The Corsair Scimitar Elite Wireless is a large, solidly-built wireless gaming mouse with 16 programmable buttons, a movable side panel, and 120 hours of battery life.
Glorious’ latest MOBA/MMO-focused Model I 2 Wireless is lightweight and has swappable side buttons, but it feels like Glorious doesn’t really know what MOBA/MMO players want.
The new Razer Cobra Pro is a small, lightweight Viper V2 Pro lookalike with lots of pretty RGB lighting.
Skypad’s Mousepad 3.0 is a glass mouse pad with impressive tracking and a slightly textured matte-finish surface. It comes in two sizes, regular (close to a standard medium-sized mouse pad) and XL.
The Corsair Darkstar is a wireless gaming mouse aimed at MMO/MOBA players with 15 programmable buttons, mouse-tilt gestures, and a 2,000 Hz polling rate.
Logitech’s MX Anywhere 3S mouse can connect to up to three devices, fit into a tiny bag and deliver tons of customization options.
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