1. Logitech G Pro X Superlight (View on Amazon)
The Logitech G Pro X Superlight is by far the best mouse I have used. In terms of gaming, it is levels above all of the other mice on the market. It is used by several of the top level e-sport athletes, including CS:GO’s best player, s1mple and it has become a common sight in the e-sport industry due to its insanely light feel and beautiful design. It is slightly more expensive than most other competitors on the market but if you take your PC gaming seriously, this mouse is easily the nicest feeling mouse available and is bound to help you improve your wrist mobility and performance. It includes a flawless wireless experience and the 25K Hero sensor is bound to make you feel in full control.
- Beautiful lightweight design (63 grams)
- Includes the hero sensor, which is proven to be reliable and fast response wise
- Full compatibility with Windows and macOS
- Used by some of the best e-sport professionals in the business
- Higher price in comparison to some other mice
- Could be slightly too large for smaller hands
- No DPI shift so needs software
2. Razer DeathAdder V2 Pro Wireless (View on Amazon)
I have always been a fan of the Razer mice, especially the DeathAdders due to their simplistic design and this is no different. The DeathAdder V2 Pro has a 20K DPI optical sensor and is 3X faster than the mechanical optical switch and boasts a right-handed ergonomic design, which works better for those with medium to larger hands. As well as this, the wireless lasts for up to 70 hours, even when using the Hyperspeed wireless, which is bound to boost performance. The DeathAdder V2 comes with a 99.6% resolution accuracy and claims to be 25% faster than other Wireless technology. Although, I still believe the Logitech G Pro X to be superior, the DeathAdder is a fantastic overall mouse, especially for the price tag. In comparison to the above, if you are looking for something a bit lighter in control, then the G Pro X wins however the DeathAdder has RGB lighting (unlike it’s competitor) and has bluetooth support and includes more programmable buttons.
- Fantastic price for an overall fantastic mouse
- Great build quality
- Very lightweight
- HyperSpeed wireless which is 25% faster
- No additional weights or side pods
3. Logitech G502 X Lightspeed Wireless (View on Amazon)
The Logitech G502 is another one of their fantastic introductions to the market. It uses the 25K Hero Sensor, which is the same as the Logitech G Pro X Superlight and offers incredible performance, ensuring those flick shots and aim is always on point. One of the massive bonuses to this mouse is the battery life is around 140 hours of playing time, which is considerably stronger than a lot of the other wireless mice on the market. The DPI-shift button offers DPI shifting like never before and up to 25600 max DPI. The mouse is heavier than others at 99.7g but is the perfect mouse for the all round gamer. It also includes an updated protocol, which Logitech refer to as “68% faster response rate than the previous generation”. The PTFE feet offer maximum glide with optimized surface area.
- 25K Hero Sensor which is perfect for hitting those crazy shots!
- Long battery life in comparison to other mouses
- DPI shifter, which allows for DPI changing in-game
- Well-built mouse
- Higher price tag
- Larger sized mouse and not as good for smaller hands
4. Razer Viper V2 Pro (View on Amazon)
The Razer Viper V2 Pro is another one of Razer’s excellent gaming mice. Similar to the Logitech Superlight, it is ultra-lightweight in its design at 58g, making it lighter than the Superlight. As well as this, it uses the Hyperspeed wireless connection, which is proven to be 25% faster than any other wireless tech available, making it flawless and allows you to enjoy the mouse with its fantastic performance. Like the G502, it offers a DPI shifter on the mouse, with 5 DPI stages, all allowing you to switch without the need for software. The battery life is also pretty good at 80 continuous hours however this could be considered slightly poorer if we put it up against the competitors. This mouse feels effortless to use and the performance is send to none with the 30K Optical Sensor and offers the best in-class precision with incredible tracking performance.
- Lightest mouse on the list (58g)
- Incredible performance with 30K optical sensor
- DPI shifter
- Beautiful shape and easy-to-use
- No RGB
- High price tag
5. Corsair Dark Core RGB Pro (View on Amazon)
In terms of middle of the range type mice, the Corsair Dark Core RGB is definitely up there with the best. Connecting via Bluetooth, this mouse offers low-latency performance and uses the PixArt PAW3392 sensor, achieving up to 18,000 DPI. It includes eight buttons, which are all fully customisable with custom macros and button remaps, if that’s your type of thing! The battery life is around 50 hours, which is still great considering the price of this wireless mouse. At 133g, this mouse is a lot heavier than alternatives but offers beautiful RGB lighting and other bonuses we have spoke about.
- Beautiful RGB lighting
- Up to 18,000 DPI using the PixArt PAW3392 sensor
- Lower price tag but still offers great performance
- Lower battery life
- Design may not be for everyone
6. Razer Naga V2 Pro (View on Amazon)
To end our list, we have the Razer Naga V2 Pro; another one of Razer’s beautiful mice. Connecting via Bluetooth, USB or 2.4GHz Wireless, this beast is something else. It has a huge amount of customization with 12 button configurations and includes RGB chroma lighting. Again, this Razer mouse uses the HyperSpeed wireless technology which is proven to be brilliant for high performance and low latency. The Focus Pro 30K Optical Sensor is brand new and provides flawless tracking performance on a variety of surfaces. The battery life can last up to 300 hours on Bluetooth and 150 hours on HyperSpeed. A great all-round mouse with a lot more features than some of its competitors.
- Plenty of buttons to customise for macros / key shortcuts
- RGB lighting
- New Focus Pro 30K optical sensor for pin-point precision
- Long-lasting battery at 300 hours on Bluetooth
- Heavier than others
- A higher price in comparison to the other mice
Overall, the wireless mice in this list all have their benefits, from insane precision to endless customisation however they offer different things. For example, the Superlight mouse offers incredible light weight performance, while the likes of the Razer Naga has more to offer. Personally, for FPS, my top pick has to be the two lightweight options in the Superlight and Viper V2 Pro due to overall simplistic style and performance however the others all have their advantages and hopefully by reading through the list, you can decide on which one suits you best.
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