The 10 Best Gaming Mice

Every PC gamer possesses a mouse, but not every PC gamer has a mouse that’s preferably suitable for gaming. A gaming mouse is different in some key ways from a regular mouse: they come with enhanced software for custom tuning, maintain higher DPI settings, and use sensors that carry out with faster movements.

Let’s take a look at some of the top-rated gaming mice.

The Logitech G502 Proteus Core


It’s one of the best in Logitech’s armoury, and possibly one of the best mouse in the market right now. Logitech should seriously think about getting this beast down to India. Like most high-end gaming mice today, every facet of the G502 can be modified, from setting several levels of DPI to switch to, right from 100 to 12000 levels, to setting your DPI shift.

Razer Death Adder Chroma


The mouse comes with Razer Synapse 2.0 software which is useful for tasks such as lighting, X- and Y-axis sensitivity level, inter-device communication, surface calibration and much more. The mouse is meant for gaming addicts and committed gamers to value the feather touch buttons.

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The mouse has a pretty decent software for mapping and changing anything from DPI, to Sensitivity, to Colours of the Backlight, to Refresh Rate. A button for Cycling DPI among the four presets of 800, 1600, 2400 and 3200 dots per inch is there on the top just behind the scroll button.

Sensei Frost Blue


Motorized by the SteelSeries Engine software suite, and featuring an ambidextrous, a premium-quality sensor, tournament-grade switches, seven programmable buttons, frost blue three-zone illumination, and  a SteelSeries Engine support, it delivers on the prerequisites necessary to lead the competition.

Mionix Naos 8200


The 32bit ARM Processor is the engine following the 8200DPI laser sensor that brings the most precise and fast gaming experience making the NAOS 8200 the only choice for even the most challenging gamer.

Corsair Gaming M65 RGB


Pooled with accurate tracking and higher customization, the M65 crosses that point where it doesn’t feel like a mouse, but like an expansion of your hand. It’s upgraded with three-zone backlighting that lets you pick from 16.8 million colours for virtually countless customization.

Trriger T-32 Laser


This is an entry level gaming mouse but delivers high-quality aiming accuracy and an amazing speed.  It is ergonomically designed and has 5 programmable keys. It is very brawny and fits well in hand.

Mad Catz


Whether your gaming preferences are FPS, RPG, MOBA or any other genre, you have the power to customize your enemies’ demise. Quick, adaptable, and massively accurate, Mad Catz is tuned for lightning-quick response in LAN gaming.

Roccat Kone

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Perceptive and easy to program, with options for easy commands or multifaceted macros, Easy-Shift[+] will increase your weapon store, letting you retort both quickly and capably in the heat of the battle.

Marvo Scorpion Emperor Wired Gaming Mouse

Capture-minIt offers flawless and accurate tracking. Featuring an ergonomic design, it delivers soothe to your hands. The mouse can be used for gaming or even for everyday computing.

Well that’s all we have in our ten best picks for the gaming junkies. As we all know, finding the best gaming mouse comes down to knowing your own ideal style of gaming, choosing whether or not you will take benefit of more complex functions, and then tweaking the chosen mouse to your unambiguous tastes.

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by techtalks @TechTalks September 29, 2015 12:05 PM UTC


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