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."
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The new Razer Cobra Pro is a small, lightweight Viper V2 Pro lookalike with lots of pretty RGB lighting.
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.
Dell’s Alienware 620M is a large wireless gaming mouse with an ergonomically contoured shape for right-handed users. It’s a solid performer, but it doesn’t really stand out otherwise.
The HyperX Pulsefire Haste 2 is an ultra-lightweight wired gaming mouse with polling rates of up to 8,000 Hz and a budget-friendly price of just $60.
The Razer Atlas is a tempered glass mouse pad with a smooth matte smudge-resistant surface that’s micro-etched to work seamlessly with optical sensors. And for some reason it feels incredible.
MSI’s Clutch GM51 Lightweight Wireless mouse isn’t all that lightweight, but it is wireless, and it has great battery life.
The Logitech G502 X Plus is speedy, responsive, and reliable, thanks to its upgraded Hero 25K sensor and hybrid optical-mechanical switches. And also, RGB.
The Naga V2 Pro is an incredibly versatile gaming mouse with interchangeable side plates and a unique, customizable scroll wheel.
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 Corsair Katar Elite Wireless mouse is a simple, ultra-lightweight wireless gaming mouse that’s a little too basic for its $80 asking price.
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.