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How we test these mice??…
We test each of these mice for about 2 to 3 hours across many games varying in genre (like MOBA or fps). WE also look at the technical specifications and accordingly analyse if that mice is overpriced or a great deal.
Best Overall Gaming Mouse
Logitech G502 Proteus Core – $62
This mouse has an ergonomic shape causing no pains or discomforts while using it for prolonged periods of time. The DPI ranges from 200 to 12,000. You can also adjust the weight of the mouse according to your liking. The moue come with the Logitech Gaming Software which can create custom profiles for each individual game!!..
Best MMO Mouse
Razer Naga Epic Chroma – $110
When you play MMO games like World of Warcraft, you’ll have a row of skills stretching across your entire monitor that you’ll need to access right away. You can use the number keys on your keyboard, but you can access them more efficiently from a Razer Naga Epic Chroma. This mouse has 12 numbered buttons on the side that you can hit with your thumb, leaving your fingers free to control your avatar and camera. The Naga Chroma functions perfectly in both wired and wireless modes, and lets you choose your own color scheme.
Best FPS Mouse
Corsair Vengeance M65 – $55
Now probably what majority of you must be waiting for..Hardcore FPS fans don’t need many buttons to succeed, but they do need comfort and precision. The Corsair Vengeance M65 delivers on both counts. Corsair designed this large mouse specifically with FPS players in mind. The device sports eight programmable buttons, including one that enters a “sniper mode” to slow down the DPI and let players aim more accurately. Players who want to fine-tune the feel of the mouse can also tinker with three adjustable weights and switch among three DPI settings on the fly. With deeply customizable profile software, the Vengeance M65 also functions as a good generalist mouse.
Best MOBA Mouse
Logitech G302 Daedalus Prime – $50
When your computer is basically just a box for multiplayer online battle arena (MOBA) games like League of Legends and Dota 2, you don’t need a thousand buttons getting in the way. The Logitech G302 takes this philosophy to heart and provides a small, comfortable, minimalist mouse with as little as possible between you and the game. Whether you’re a casual MOBA fan or looking to go pro, Daedalus Prime’s springy, responsive buttons and shape that’s designed to keep your palm firmly in place make it a good choice. A relatively low price tag makes this one an easy sell.
Honorable mentions :
- Razer deathadder chroma – $67
- Roccat kone XTD – $90
- Razer ouroboros – $120 to $150 (ranging from seller)
- Logitech G602 – $80 ( $53 on amazon sale)
- Logitech G300 and G400 – $40 and $74