Gaming Mice List

Following is the top gaming mice list with all the important factors like DPI, Programmable Buttons, Connection etc. You can sort the list according to different factors to compare and select the best gaming mouse for you!


ImageNameDPITypeGripConnectionProgrammable ButtonsMacrosWarranty 
Razer Mamba16000LaserPalmBoth9Yes1 Year
Logitech G9X5700LaserClawCorded4Yes3 Years
Microsoft SideWinder X52000LaserPalmCorded5Yes1 Year
Corsair M65 Pro12000OpticalPalmCorded8yes2 Years
Razer Naga Chroma16000LaserPalmCorded12Yes1 Year
UtechSmart Venus Laser16400LaserPalmCorded18Yes1.5 Years
E-Blue Mazer II Wireless Gaming Mouse2500LaserPalmWireless5NoN/A
Razer DeathAdder Elite Optical Mouse16000OpticalMultiCorded7No1 Year
Logitech G602 Gaming Mouse2500OpticalPalmWireless11No3 Years
Logitech G502 Proteus Core Gaming Mouse12000OpticalPalmCorded11Yes2 Years
VicTsing MM057 Wireless Gaming Mouse2400OpticalPalmWireless2No1 Year
E-3lue Cobra EMS109BK High Precision Gaming Mouse2400OpticalPalmWireless2No1 Year

 
Important Pointers:
 

Laser vs Optical Gaming Mouse:

Optical mouse uses LEDS for movements tracking whereas Laser, as the name implies, uses Laser for tracking movements. Generally, Laser sensor is more responsive than optical but Optical is the most accurate.

DPI Clarification

DPI (Dot per inches) is a resolution focused factor that generally everyone throws around during discussion about gaming mice. It is correlated with sensitivity i.e. if you’re playing a game that requires quick movements than you would need a mouse that has higher sensitivity. So DPI basically means when you move your mouse, how fast or how further the cursor moves on the screen. It may also called CPI (Count Per Inches) some time. Following are the usual DPI numbers as per the game requirements (1)

High Sensitivity: roughly 1000 DPI needed
Medium Sensitivity: roughly 400 DPI needed
Low Sensitivity: roughly 200 DPI needed

Read More About Factors Effecting Gaming Mouse: Gaming Mouse Factors