We've tested and reviewed the best gaming mice for every game type, gaming style, and grip style.
The best gaming mouse pads to complete your setup — soft and hard surfaces, with and without RGB, and every size from "regular" to "bigger than your desk."
As well as folding 'flat' to mostly 4.5mm, the Air.O mouse weighs just 40g. Other attractions are the range of colors, Bluetooth standard connectivity, and three months of battery life.
The Logitech G705 is a small, contoured wireless gaming mouse that performs well but doesn’t stand out.
The Roccat Kone XP Air does a pretty good job at drawing attention to itself with its eye-popping RGB and ergonomic design, but its $170 price tag is steep.
Razer’s DeathAdder V3 Pro is a lightweight wireless gaming mouse that’s highly customizable and incredibly ergonomic.
The Prime Mini from Steelseries comes very close to being an ultralight gaming mouse for everyone, but some design choices may not be to everyone’s taste.
Alienware's Tri-Mode Wireless AW720M is a comfortable, competent gaming mouse with a nifty dual magnetic charging cable and USB-C RF dongle.
With a Hero 25K sensor, easy DPI adjustment, and a very niche overall design, the G303 is an understated mouse that will likely garner a different reception from each person you ask.
Razer’s Pro Click Mini upgrades the original more than enough to get our recommendation. But that comes with a few caveats, including the use of AA batteries.
The Asus ROG Gladius III mouse hits plenty of high notes on performance and customization with a price tag of $119.99.
With the Pro range, Razer focused intently on quieter operation all-around, suitable for people who want to work in a tomb-like environment without the clickety-clack of keyboards or mouse buttons.
HyperX’s first XL sized RGB mouse mat, the Pulsefire RGB, fires on all cylinders. But you’ll need a big surface to properly accommodate it.
At Newegg, the EVGA X17 gaming mouse is now just $29.99 after a huge $50 price cut — that’s a 63% discount!
Corsair’s M65 RGB Ultra adds a 26K sensor and 8,000 Hz polling to a great aluminum-shell design that’s been around for a decade.
Corsair’s Sabre RGB Pro Wireless packs an impressive sensor and up to 2,000 Hz polling into a comfortable shell that costs $20 less than Razer’s competing DeathAdder V2 Pro.