The Riotoro Nadix gaming mouse has its luxuries, but we're not convinced by its feel or performance.
This summer, HP is releasing two new gaming mice at two different price points and a new wireless headset with 7.1 virtual surround sound.
The Razer Mamba Wireless has a good sensor and handy options for wireless or wired use, but you may not find it to be comfortable for long gaming sessions.
The Mad Catz R.A.T. Air is a confusing, unreliable gaming mouse that attempts to stand out with short-life capacitors powered by a powered mat rather than a battery that needs charging.
The Asus ROG Chakram is an unforgettable gaming mouse with a joystick and swappable mechanical switches, but its removable buttons are clunky.
Comfort, accuracy and high quality components put the Kone Pure Ultra in the top tier of ultralight gaming mice.
The Roccat Kain 100 Aimo’s left and right buttons’ “Titan Click” is more than a marketing gimmick, but its much-touted RGB functionality leaves much to be desired.
The Roccat Kain 200 Aimo has a lot of features, a pleasant feel and good gaming performance. But the shape of the mouse won’t mesh well with some palm grippers.
The Corsair Dark Core RGB Pro is a real front-runner in the wireless FPS mouse race, but its shape may turn off those without palm grips.
The MSI Clutch GM30 prioritizes comfort with a design that caters to the palms and fingers. It has a reliable sensor but room to grow specs-wise.
The Model D is great for anyone with interest in competitive shooters and battle royales. But it's software needs to be fixed.
Microsoft released Windows Terminal Preview v0.10 with mouse support, a settings update and other improvements.
Small and (nearly) ambidextrous, the Viper Mini is for FPS players looking for a lightweight clicker with a subdued gaming aesthetic.
Solidly built and finished to a very high standard for the price, the new Scimitar offers a comfortable MOBA/MMO mouse with a lot of macro buttons. It won’t translate well to other genres, though.
The HyperX Pulsefire Raid has a bounty of customization options and lightweight construction, but middling durability and subpar software are compromises that limit its appeal.
Sharkoon's Light² 200 gets its name from the idea that lighter than light = Light², and the mouse is indeed very light at just 2.29 ounces.
If you're willing to overlook a less-than-stellar cable, you'd be hard-pressed to find a better entry-level gaming mouse than the SteelSeries Rival 3.