1. AhmedAli2's Avatar
    I want the best gaming mouse to enjoy the gaming world. I could not find the best mouse for gaming.

    I have noticed some websites which are giving top 10 gaming mouse list like TechDrinking Gaming Mouse and some others websites.

    In some websites Steel series is on top while in some website Razer or longitech is on top. I am confused...........

    Please suggest me the best gaming mouse, thanks.
    Last edited by AhmedAli2; 06-01-2018 at 09:34 AM.
    05-31-2018 01:17 AM
  2. pkcable's Avatar
    Well Razer is the gold standard for gaming, laptops, accessories, etc ......

    05-31-2018 08:35 AM
  3. Daniel Ratcliffe's Avatar
    As someone who values versatility I swear by the Razer Naga Trinity - I find this to be very useful as it has 3 sideplates. One has 2 buttons, one has 7 buttons, one has 12 buttons. It basically allows you to adapt to the situation required. Also has Razer Chroma support.

    But ultimately, it comes down to what you want from your mouse.
    06-14-2018 09:42 AM
  4. Tayhuwaniwanga's Avatar
    My Mouse of course. Doesn't matter there are lots of mouses 2-3 times more expensive than mine but here it is: Razer Basilisk.

    Let me tell you the most liked feature of the Mouse from me: Grip is too comfortable than any other mouse I have used before
    06-14-2018 09:42 AM
  5. dlls's Avatar
    Logitech G900. The only wireless mice I can use and which works as fast or faster that other wired mice.
    Can't stand Razer shapes.
    06-14-2018 10:54 AM
  6. arietveld's Avatar
    As a Left handed gamer I use the G903 from Logitech, the ability to switch the side buttons is God sent and is the most comfortable mouse I have ever used. If you don't want the wireless charging capabilities of the mouse you can get the older G900.
    06-14-2018 11:58 AM
  7. Niavlys77's Avatar
    I've had bad experiences with everything Razer - two 2012 Mamba's died at random, both right after being 1 year old. Never again.

    Currently using a Roccat Nyth - absolutely fantastic mouse, and incredibly comfortable - only downside is the price.
    06-14-2018 12:46 PM
  8. Keith Wallace's Avatar
    I would skip Razer mice, they are the only ones I'v ever seen physically break from standard use. Multiple people on Reddit have posted images where the left mouse button breaks in half, it's crazy.

    I personally would only consider Logitech's mice, particularly the G900 and G903, but I say that as someone who LOVES the continuous scroll button that lets the wheel freely spinning. The G502 does the same, though it's wired and heavier (I don't like its scroll wheel design--I'm picky about them).

    If you're not a big user of things like Excel and longer web pages, the scroll wheel lock isn't as big of a deal. I've heard good things about the Steelseries mice, in that case. It also depends a lot on what you think is responable to spend. Personally, I live and work on a computer, so I think it's perfectly reasonable to spend $100+ on a mouse that gets 50+ hours of use in a week. If you're casually on doing web browsing and a little gaming, you might prefer to go with something like the G502 around $40-50, or maybe a higher model Steelseries in the $75 range, rather than $100-150 for an upper-tier Logitech.
    06-14-2018 08:23 PM
  9. johnmatthew88's Avatar
    I guess the Razer Deathadder is the best gaming mouse for most PC gamers. Personal preferences matter, but not all mice are equivalent. There are many, many bad gamer mice. With sensors that are not up to par, terribly bad software, or a disappointing build quality.

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    Last edited by johnmatthew88; 06-24-2018 at 03:33 PM.
    06-21-2018 06:14 PM

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