Looking for the best wireless mouse? These are our top picks, from the best wireless gaming mice, to top cable-free mice for work.
HP announced that it plans to acquire HyperX from Kingston Technologies in a deal worth approximately $425 million.
The Razer Viper 8K Hz gaming mouse has an 8,000 Hz polling rate that can make mouse movements look smoother. But the Viper series has some design flaws.
The Asus ROG Gladius III gaming mouse announced at CES 2021 boasts swappable mechanical and optical switches.
If you don’t mind the holes, the SteelSeries Aerox 3 is a well-built and sturdy gaming mouse, but rivals have more advanced sensors.
The Logitech G Pro X Superlight is a premium gaming mouse with best-in-class wireless connectivity, a top-performing sensor and featherweight design.
The SteelSeries Rival 3 Wireless is compelling for people seeking a cable-free gaming mouse on a budget, but it’s not as much of a standout as the original Rival 3.
Execs from Bluetooth and Razer weigh in on how to make mice with Bluetooth and 2.4 GHz dongle connections more reliable for gamers.
We tested a prototype Razer gaming mouse with an 8,000 Hz polling rate, targeting gamers with high refresh monitors. Today’s best mice go up to 1,000 Hz.
The Razer DeathAdder V2 Pro wireless gaming mouse matches the performance of the excellent wired version while adding Bluetooth and 2.4 GHz HyperSpeed connectivity.
The SteelSeries Rival 3 wireless gaming mouse claims over 400 hours of battery life and runs off either one or two AAA batteries.
The Logitech MX Anywhere 3 wireless mouse is small and portable but packs heavy-duty features, like the ability to share data across and control three PCs.
Razer’s relaunching the Razer Naga Left-Handed Edition gaming mouse with more advanced specs than its right-handed counterpart, but there’s a catch.
The Mindshunter Zephyr features a built-in fan to keep sweaty hands cool. The honeycomb-style RGB gaming mouse launched on Kickstarter today.