A great time play­ing is impos­si­ble to imag­ine with­out a high-qual­i­ty, com­fort­able and fast mouse. Gam­ing mice are pop­ping up in abun­dance, so choos­ing the per­fect mouse for your gam­ing needs can be tricky, but it can be done. Among the most pop­u­lar names in the gam­ing indus­try are Log­itech, Raz­er and many oth­ers. All these com­pa­nies have set them­selves the task of cre­at­ing the most con­ve­nient gam­ing devices. In order to clear­ly under­stand which mouse is right for you, you need to under­stand which game gen­res are clos­er to you. First of all, games can be divid­ed into three types — RTS (real time strat­e­gy), MMO (mul­ti­play­er) and FPS (shoot­ers). Most gamers pre­fer one or two gen­res, but there are excep­tions. There­fore, first of all, you need to select either a uni­ver­sal mouse, or one that is sharp­ened for your favorite genre.

Equal­ly impor­tant is mouse grip, there are three types of grip: palm grip, where your entire palm is on the mouse, wheel grip, a tighter posi­tion where your mid­dle and index fin­gers are arched to press, and fin­ger­tip grip, where you only touch the but­tons with three fin­gers. .

When choos­ing a mouse, you will need to con­sid­er a num­ber of char­ac­ter­is­tics. Pro­tec­tion against acci­den­tal clicks will be extreme­ly impor­tant dur­ing the game. The mouse must dis­tin­guish between a planned action and an acci­den­tal one. Oth­er­wise, the game process will be bro­ken.

The sen­si­tiv­i­ty of the mouse sen­sor is also impor­tant, it is mea­sured in DPI (dots per inch) or CPI (char­ac­ters per inch). The high­er the DPI of the mouse, the faster it will move across the screen. High DPI is a gamer’s best friend.

The type of mouse sen­sor is equal­ly impor­tant. The mouse can be opti­cal or laser. While an opti­cal sen­sor is ver­sa­tile and works on any sur­face, a laser sen­sor requires a reflec­tive coat­ing. In such con­di­tions, it pro­vides high DPI. Mouse accel­er­a­tion is mea­sured in G and reflects the dif­fer­ence between palm and mouse move­ment. The speed of sig­nal trans­mis­sion between the mouse and the com­put­er is also extreme­ly impor­tant, on gam­ing mouse mod­els it is 250‑2000 Hz and the high­er the speed, the bet­ter. Hav­ing pro­gram­ma­ble but­tons is also a must in a gam­ing mouse, with a lot of in-game func­tions and key bind­ings, you will def­i­nite­ly need a few extra easy-to-reach but­tons. The pro­file set­tings serve sim­i­lar­ly, allow­ing you to pro­gram entire pro­files for games. In addi­tion, it is impor­tant to note the work­ing dis­tance from the sur­face and, of course, the weight of the mouse.

All these char­ac­ter­is­tics speak for them­selves, and they are clear to an expe­ri­enced gamer with­out fur­ther clar­i­fi­ca­tion. The main thing is to take into account all these indi­ca­tors when choos­ing a mouse. Well, we’ll talk about those mod­els of gam­ing mice that are avail­able on the mar­ket today.

  1. Asus ROG Spatha

This mouse is right­ful­ly con­sid­ered one of the best for the MMO genre. The mouse is equipped with numer­ous fea­tures, such as addi­tion­al pro­gram­ma­ble but­tons, RGB effects that will be espe­cial­ly pleas­ant when syn­chro­nized with oth­er prod­ucts of the ROG brand, etc.

For the case, the com­pa­ny chose not the usu­al mate­ri­als, but a mag­ne­sium alloy, so the mouse becomes rel­a­tive­ly heavy, espe­cial­ly com­pared to com­peti­tor mod­els. How­ev­er, it all makes up for it in per­for­mance. The mouse is wire­less and is equipped with a very styl­ish charg­er, while it can also be used with a wire. There are 12 addi­tion­al but­tons on the case, that is, in any game you can eas­i­ly access the nec­es­sary func­tions. Also with this mouse you get the max­i­mum accu­ra­cy of 8200 DPI, con­ve­nient and impres­sive ergonom­ic shape and com­fort, which will be very notice­able if you like to spend a lot of time play­ing the game. The main but­tons are equipped with Omron switch­es, which can be eas­i­ly replaced if bro­ken. So the mouse, among oth­er things, is also durable. In fact, this mouse is per­haps one of the most com­fort­able to use. The only down­side is its weight. Some also feel that the but­ton press­es are too harsh at first. Of course, Asus ROG Spatha is not the cheap­est mouse on the mar­ket, on the con­trary, it is among the pre­mi­um prod­ucts for gamers.

  1. Log­itech G900 Chaos Spec­trum

Log­itech is a com­pa­ny that has long estab­lished its place in the com­put­er acces­sories mar­ket, so it would be sur­pris­ing to make a list with­out men­tion­ing it. As for the Chaos Spec­trum mouse, it is con­sid­ered a direct com­peti­tor to the pre­vi­ous mod­el — Asus Spatha. Both devices have approx­i­mate­ly the same func­tion­al­i­ty and are in the same price cat­e­go­ry. The first thing to note is the accu­ra­cy of the mouse sen­sor, which goes from 200 DPI to 12000 DPI in a frac­tion of a sec­ond, and that’s what impress­es me about this mouse. In addi­tion to this char­ac­ter­is­tic, you will also receive soft­ware that Log­itech has been famous for for years. The mouse can be used wire­less­ly and with it, and its design is designed for both right-han­ders and left-han­ders. Of course, for a visu­al effect, the mouse is equipped with Spec­trum back­light­ing, this is an ana­log of Asus’ RGB back­light­ing. The price of the mouse is not the most afford­able, but by pay­ing it, you real­ly get a wide range of func­tions and per­haps the most mod­ern fea­tures that you can find. Of course, the pow­er, speed, and con­ve­nience of this device are impres­sive.

  1. Log­itech G502 Pro­teus Spec­trum

Anoth­er gam­ing mouse from Log­itech, which is not just one of the best of its kind, but at least helped the com­pa­ny strength­en its posi­tion. If the name Pro­teus Spec­trum sounds vague­ly famil­iar, it has a decent expla­na­tion — it’s an updat­ed ver­sion of the Pro­teus Core that adds Spec­trum Light­ning light­ing. This mouse com­bines a low price, but the qual­i­ty and reli­a­bil­i­ty that match the lev­el of the flag­ship mod­els. This way you get the best of two dif­fer­ent worlds. For exam­ple, for this price, not many ana­logues will be able to offer 12,000 DPI, but for this mouse this is not a prob­lem at all. Oth­er­wise, name­ly in tech­ni­cal terms, Log­itech has not changed the clas­sic form of suc­cess, that is, this mouse is a com­plete ana­logue of the Pro­teus Core in terms of char­ac­ter­is­tics: 11 pro­gram­ma­ble but­tons, com­fort­able design and mouse grip, styl­ish appear­ance and, of course, excel­lent response time. The only down­side to this mouse is that it’s not designed for left-han­ders, so if you’re a left-han­der, you might want to look into more ver­sa­tile designs.

  1. Raz­er DeathAd­der Chro­ma

Among bud­get gam­ing mice, the Raz­er DeathAd­der stands out. At one time, this mouse mod­el sur­prised and cap­ti­vat­ed many gamers, quick­ly tak­ing the place of one of the best on the mar­ket. It com­bines sev­er­al main char­ac­ter­is­tics — an afford­able price, wide func­tion­al­i­ty and styl­ish design. After that, the com­pa­ny released oth­er mod­els, but many peo­ple missed the DeathAd­der, so the leg­endary mouse returned with Chro­ma back­light­ing. At the same time, the light­ing has become not just a rep­e­ti­tion of what oth­er com­pa­nies did, it has become a kind of stan­dard: a unique sys­tem con­trolled using Raz­er Synapse 2.0, so its pos­si­bil­i­ties are almost lim­it­less.

Of course, the mouse has received a num­ber of upgrades with­out which its return would not have been pos­si­ble, such as a new opti­cal sen­sor that allows you to get 10,000 DPI sen­sor accu­ra­cy with the abil­i­ty to adjust, this is Synapse 2.0 cus­tomiza­tion soft­ware and much more. In short, the Raz­er DeathAd­der Chro­ma has deserved­ly become one of the most pop­u­lar gam­ing mice again.

  1. Raz­er Naga Trin­i­ty

Due to the num­ber of but­tons, and there­fore the pos­si­bil­i­ties you get with this mouse, the Raz­er Naga has become one of the most pop­u­lar among MOBA gamers. The mouse allows for a wide range of cus­tomiza­tion options. The Raz­er Naga Trin­i­ty gets its name from its three inter­change­able pads with pro­gram­ma­ble but­tons. Each of them pro­vides a but­ton lay­out that is most suit­able for a par­tic­u­lar type of game. Thus, this mouse mod­el replaces not one, but sev­er­al dif­fer­ent mice.

Naga Trin­i­ty deliv­ers 16,000 DPI sen­sor accu­ra­cy for the most accu­rate posi­tion­ing. At the same time, the mouse is wired, and is con­nect­ed via a USB port. Some gamers might be put off by this, but for those look­ing for an all-around mouse at an afford­able price with high per­for­mance, this mouse is a great choice.

Well, now you know a lit­tle more about gam­ing mice, but don’t for­get — the best mouse is not an indi­ca­tor of skill and the results depend only on your skills!


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