Top 10 Gaming Mice For FPS and MMO

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If you’ve ever played video games on the PC or Mac, you can tell how important a mouse can be. Finding the best gaming mouse for gaming can be hard, though. Important characteristics include having a sensitive sensor, good ergonomics, a wide DPI (dots per inch for range of movements), and the game in question. Depending on what game you need the mouse for is just as important as the traits of the mouse. If it is games such as CS:GO (Counter strike), H1Z1, or Call of Duty, you will need a strong First Person Shooter mouse. Good FPS mice have sensitive sensors and a wide DPI for fast and accurate reactions. Other uses for MMOs such as DOTA 2, League of Legends, or Hearthstone need different characteristics such as a comfortable feel for long periods of play and customization. Regardless of what you need it for, here is the review list of the top 10 best gaming mice for FPS’s and MMO’s.

Razer Death Adder Chroma – Multi-Color Ergonomic Gaming Mouse

Pros:

  • Built well with a nice, rough-ish plastic for grip
  • Extremely sensitive and responsive sensor
  • Great for FPS’s
  • LEDs in the mouse for added aesthetics

Cons:

  • The mouse tends to be sensitive to lifting itself up, easy to get used to but a bit touchy at first
  • Some report problems before updating the firmware of the mouse

Logitech G502 Proteus Core Tunable Gaming Mouse

Pros:

  • Engineered for FPS gaming
  • Great size and grips, ergonomically it is superior to much other gaming mouses
  • 11 programmable buttons for added customization
  • Amazing sensor for FPS’s and precision gaming

Cons:

  • The scroll wheel is made of metal which may see weird if you’ve never used a metal wheel before, heavier click
  • The right side of the mouse seems much smaller than the right

UtechSmart Venus 16400 DPI High Precision Laser MMO Gaming Mouse

Pros:

  • Great ergonomics, great build and feel of using
  • Incredibly sensitive sensor
  • Braided cable for added durability of the mouse
  • Thumb grid for customization, is responsive and easy to use

Cons:

  • Not as comfortable for small or big hands
  • LEDs aren’t as bright as other high-end mice

HAVIT 12000 DPI 19 Programmable Buttons Optical Sensor Pixart

Pros:

  • Plug and play from a software update standpoint
  • Great sensor performance: no jitter or loss of control at high speeds
  • DPI settings indicated on the mouse
  • Driver settings are stored in the mouse, perfect for multiple gaming setups because your settings travel with you

Cons:

  • Can’t manually change the color of the LEDs on the mouse
  • Top/Sides of the mouse can be slippery after extended periods of use

Zelotes T90 Gaming Mouse 9200 DPI Wired USB Computer Mouse

Pros:

  • Inexpensive mouse, great value for what it does
  • Durable and has a good sensor, great for CS:GO
  • Cool design and multicolored LEDs

Cons:

  • Limited software customization
  • Reported as certain buttons not working on Mac as they’re supposed to e.g. DPI control may change the volume

Logitech G502 Proteus Spectrum RGB Tunable Gaming Mouse

Pros:

  • Heavier mouse with customization weight to fine tune the weight wanted, great for precise movements
  • Great for medium to bigger hands
  • Cool design with customization of the LEDs for added aesthetics
  • Incredible accurate sensor for gaming, competes with $100+ mice

Cons:

  • The cord is a bit long and may be a bit hard to get used to if you’ve always used a wireless mouse

Logitech G602 Gaming Wireless Mouse

Pros:

  • Extremely long battery life of 250 hours
  • Great wireless connectivity
  • Good build quality with textured grips on sides and top
  • Hard to accidentally press buttons on side or top of mouse (good deadzones)

Cons:

  • Top 3 side buttons are higher than normal, slightly reduced the control you have on the mouse

Redragon M901 PERDITION 16400 DPI High-Precision Programmable Laser Gaming Mouse

Pros:

  • Great build and great texture of the mouse, matte finish which makes it easy to use
  • Weight of the mouse can be altered
  • Programmable buttons that are easily differentiated for ease of use
  • Programmable LEDs for added looks and a cool mouse cord design

Cons:

  • It looks like a lower quality mouse at first glance, but upon use it feel nice
  • The packaging we received the mouse in was a bit unprofessional but that doesn’t really matter when it comes down to the mouse itself

Corsair Gaming Sabre RGB Gaming Mouse

Pros:

  • High sensitivity sensor for precision gaming
  • Cheaper mouse, great value for what you get
  • Ergonomic build for bigger hands as well as smaller hands
  • RGB lighting for added customization

Cons:

  • A bit more simple compared to other mice, but still functional
  • Some of the buttons are a bit hard to click depending on how you hold it

Corsair Gaming M65 PRO RGB FPS Gaming Mouse

Pros:

  • Probably one of the best looking gaming mouse we reviewed
  • High sensitivity sensor, one of the best on the market for high precision gaming
  • Built in Sniper Button on the side of the mouse, great for FPS’s which allows you to multitask while playing
  • Great build quality, will last you 2+ years easily

Cons:

  • A bit of a stocky mouse, shorter and a bit wider than most which can be a bit weird to get used to at first but not too bad after a while, unique feel overall

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