It’s only ergonomic if it fits your hand.
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.
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.
The Razer Basilisk V3 stands out above other gaming mice, thanks to its premium textured finish and shape, advanced scroll wheel with multiple modes, and high programmability.
The AOC Agon AGM700 gaming mouse has an adjustable weight, sniper button and braided cable for a good price. But it can be hard to grip and is heavier than many FPS mice.
The SteelSeries Prime+ gaming mouse is polarizing, not just because of its shape, but also because of the company’s new optical magnetic switches.
The Roccat Kone Pro is a very comfortable ergonomic gaming mouse with a unique look and shape but easily attracts moisture and dust.
The Cooler Master MM720 is a followup to the Spawn gaming mouse with a honeycomb shell, new sensor and other improvements.
MSI enters the wireless gaming mouse market with the Clutch GM41 Lightweight Wireless, and despite its name, it hits like a heavyweight.
The Thermaltake Argent M5 RGB Gaming Mouse is a compelling mid-range option thanks to its true ambidexterity, attractive lighting and solid build.
If you like small, lightweight mice and want to ditch all cables, the Razer Orochi V2 is hard to resist. But gamers with larger hands should think twice.
The Lexip Np93 Alpha packs a lot into a $50 package, including a helpful and rare joystick. But its feet are too slippery.
The Thermaltake Argent M5 Wireless gaming mouse mostly stands out because it’s truly ambidextrous and on the heavier side.
Aimed at eSports professionals, the Sabre RGB Pro hits 8,000 Hz but requires a high-end CPU to do so.
The Razer Naga X is a pretty good MMO mouse backed by Razer's excellent software. But as you adjust the price point up and down, you'll find better options.