Nothing beats having the best gaming mouse for both your grip and your titles.
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.
Microsoft released Windows Terminal Preview v0.10 with mouse support, a settings update and other improvements.
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.
Glorious PC Gaming Race's Glorious Model D RGB gaming mouse weighs just 0.15 pounds and starts at $50.
The G600 typically retails at $60-70 and has an MSRP of $80, making this Logitech gaming mouse a deal at just $23.
Razer’s understated Viper Ultimate wireless RGB gaming mouse packs impressive tech and performance, but its small form factor and light weight make best-suited for claw grip gamers.
Corsair’s Ironclaw RGB Wireless is the perfect balance between crazy form and intuitive function and at an impressive price. It’s the perfect palm-gripping mouse.
The Corsair Ironclaw Wireless RGB, comes complete with a fantastic PMW3391 sensor, Slipstream wireless technology, a rated battery life of 50 hours, and an impeccable software suite to boot.
The Corsair Nightsword will likely take some getting used to, but its unorthodox shape works surprisingly well, particularly in shooters. It's not without its flaws, though.
With a soft comfortable finish that’s perfect for mouse tracking, a non-slip base, and $20 off its retail price, this Goliathus Extended mousemat is a solid upgrade to any desk space.
Coming in at just 87g, with a 16,000 CPI, 400 IPS rating, RGB and favoring all styles of grip the Logitech G403 Hero 16K is a solid pick even at its full price.
SteelSeries upped its game with the Sensei Ten without relying on gimmicky features or luxuries that would’ve greatly increased the price.
The Logitech MX Master 3 wireless mouse has an innovative and pleasant scroll wheel and a highly customizable button layout that’s great for productivity.
Razer’s subtle, yet RGB-friendly, mouse has the looks, feels and welcoming software needed to make it worthy of its premium pricing.
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