The Best Gaming Mouses in 2019

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1. Razer Deathadder Elite

16,000 DPI | 7 Buttons | 50 Million clicks | Right-handed design | 7-foot Cable | 105 g Weight

At the winner of numerous gaming and tech awards, the Razer Deathadder Elite is easily one of the best mouses on the market for both casual and competitive gamers.

From a technical standpoint, the Deathadder is equipped with a 16,000 DPI optical sensor and tracking at 450 Inches Per Second. But those are more than just fancy words. With 99.4% resolution accuracy, your tracking will be on point, even if you move your mouse around like a paint shaker.

While the Deathadder is undeniably a great mouse in a technical sense, my personal favorite aspect is the shape and comfort that accommodates basically any style of gaming or hand grip, whether that’s a claw, palm, or finger tips.

Other Specs

  • 1000 Hz Ultrapolling
  • Powered by Razer Chroma™
  • Razer Synapse 3 (Beta) enabled

2. Logitech MX518

16,000 DPI | 16K Sensor | 8 Buttons | Right-handed design | 6.2 m Cable | 101 g Weight

The original Logitech MX518 is one of the most recognizable and iconic gaming mouses ever created, and the updated version pays homage to the original design – but with a few new twists. While the mouse maintains the classic look and feel, it has been upgraded with the HERO 16K sensor and 5 saveable button profiles.

One of my favorite aspects about this mouse is the design. It’s sleek, it’s sexy, and it’s somehow both modern and retro at the same time.

Logitech has dubbed the mouse “The Legend Reborn”, and we couldn’t agree more.

Other Specs

  • Zero smoothing/acceleration/filtering                    
  • Max. speed: > 400 IPS3
  • Microprocessor: 32-bit ARM

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3. Logitech G203 Prodigy

8,000 DPI | 7 Buttons | 10 Million clicks | 2.1 m Cable | 85 g Weight | 32-bit ARM Microprocessor

PC building isn’t always a cheap hobby, so it’s understandable when people want to save a bit by opt for the budget-version of their hardware. The Logitech G203 is the perfect gaming mouse for people looking to save a few bucks but still want a quality product.

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4. Logitech G903

12,000 DPI | 11 Buttons | 50 Million clicks | 1.8 m Cable | 110 g Weight | 32-bit ARM Microprocessor

The Logitech G903 is among the best high-end gaming mouses available today.

With 1 millisecond LIGHTSPEED wireless technology and an esports-level optical sensor, the G903 delivers the best of wireless gaming performance. The lightweight but sturdy design gives you optimal control and faster response speeds, to maximize both comfort and accuracy.

When combined with the POWERPLAY mouse pad, the G903 charges while you play so you never have a game session cut short.

Other Specs               

  • Zero smoothing/acceleration/filtering                   
  • Wireless technology: LIGHTSPEED Wireless        
  • POWERPLAY compatible

5. Corsair Ironclaw RGB

18,000 DPI | 7 Buttons | PMW3391 Sensor | 50 Million clicks | 1.8 m Cable | 105 g Weight | 32-bit ARM Microprocessor

The Ironclaw RGB was specifically designed for FPS and MOBA players, and is perfectly suited for palm-grip or large-handed players. With a lightweight design, 18,000 DPI, and ultra-durable switches good for 50,000,000 clicks, the Ironclaw is a perfect balance of performance, comfort, and affordability.

Other Specs

  • Grip Type: Palm
  • CUE Software: Supported in iCUE
  • Game Type: FPS, MOBA

6. Razer Naga Trinity

16,000 DPI | 19 Buttons | 5G Optical sensor | 1.8 m Cable | 120 g Weight

The Razer Naga Trinity is among of the best MOBA & MMO gaming mouses in available today. First, there are 3 different side panels with 2, 7 and 12-button layouts, so you can match the customization to the game and your style of play. Look at the tech specs, the Naga Trinity has 5G optical sensor and 16,000 DPI allowing you to maintain excellent accuracy even at high speeds.

The Razer Naga Trinity is among of the best MOBA & MMO gaming mouses in available today. First, there are 3 different side panels with 2, 7 and 12-button layouts, so you can match the customization to the game and your style of play. Look at the tech specs, the Naga Trinity has 5G optical sensor and 16,000 DPI allowing you to maintain excellent accuracy even at high speeds.

Other Specs

  • Gaming-grade tactile scroll wheel
  • Razer Chroma™ lighting with 16.8 million customizable color options
  • 1000 Hz Ultrapolling
  • Razer Synapse 3 (Beta) enabled

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7. SteelSeries Sensei 310

12,000 CPI | 8 Buttons | TrueMove3 Sensor | 50 Million clicks | 2 m Cable | 92 g Weight | Ambidextrous design

The Sensei 310 is the first of two SteelSeries gaming mouses in the list and is their best mouse for under $100.

At first glance, the most noticeable part of this mouse is the ambidextrous layout and silicon side-grips that help you keep control even with a sweaty palm. Looking inside, the Sensei 310 comes with a SteelSeries’ custom “1-to-1” tracking technology.

One thing you have to look out for when using an ambidextrous mouse is that having two large buttons on either side can lead to some unintentional clicks with your pinky finger.

Pro Review

“I win because I work hard to be the best, and I need gear that can keep up. I’ve been winning LAN’s using a prototype of the Sensei 310 since early this year. When I’m finished with it, it will have won millions.”

Syad “Suma1L” Hassan, Professional Dota 2 player on Evil Geniuses