Gaming mice are among the basic tools of PC gamers. They are particularly ergonomic and precise, and also offer customizable buttons. Some wireless top models are even automatically charged by the mouse pad. We recommend these eight gaming mice from 50 to 160 euros.
Razer Deathadder Elite: Good & Cheap
© Razer 2020
The Razer Deathadder Elite is an award-winning and popular gaming mouse.
The Razer Deathadder Elite, which costs around 50 euros, already has the most important advantages of a gaming mouse: a precise sensor that allows the cursor to be positioned precisely, mechanical mouse switches for reliable inputs, a tactile mouse wheel, an ergonomic design with structured rubber grips and seven individually programmable handles Keys. There is even RGB lighting from the Razer logo and mouse wheel with 16.8 million colors. The more than two meter long cable ensures that the mouse can be further away from the computer.
Price : 50 euros
Razer Deathadder Elite Buy Now at
Cougar Revenger: A lot of mouse for the money
© Cougar 2020
The Cougar Revenger is a good alternative to the Razer Deathadder Elite.
The Cougar Revenger is just as good as the Razer Deathadder Elite and also costs around 50 euros. Whether sensor, ergonomics or freely configurable buttons, the mice give themselves nothing. You can let design and software decide. The manufacturers rely on their own program for customizing the buttons and RGB control. If you buy additional accessories such as a gaming keyboard from the same manufacturer, you can configure the devices with the same software and let the RGB lamps light up synchronously.
Price : 55 euros
Cougar Revenger Buy Now at
Razer Basilisk Essential: With multifunction paddle
© Razer 2020
The Razer Basilisk Essential comes with a removable multifunction paddle as an additional button.
Some gamers prefer a thumb grip, as the Razer Basilisk Essential brings. If you wish, you can attach an additional programmable button to the mouse that looks a bit like a paddle. For example, you assign it the function of activating the microphone. At 6,400 DPI, the sensor has a lower resolution than many other mice – even the cheaper Razer DeathAdder Elite offers 16,000 DPI. Most gamers will not mind, professionals are more likely to use a different mouse.
Price : 70 euros
Razer Basilisk Essential Buy Now at
Roccat Kone AIMO Remastered: Great for larger hands
© Roccat 2020
The Roccat Kone AIMO is larger than the average.
The Roccat Kone AIMO Remastered is recommended to gamers with larger hands. It offers eight programmable buttons, five independently configurable lighting zones and a precise sensor, the bottom button serves as an easy shift button. If you hold it down, you can use a second function for every other key. You can set the lifting height manually – that is, up to which distance from the mouse pad the inputs are recognized.
Price : around 80 euros
Roccat Kone AIMO Remastered Buy Now at
Corsair Glaive RGB Pro: Offers interchangeable thumb handles
© Corsair 2020
You can adjust the Corsair Glaive RGB Pro to your hand.
A special feature of the Corsair Glaive RGB Pro are the three interchangeable thumb pads. This provides more ergonomic flexibility and increases the likelihood that you will get along well with the mouse. Also nice: the five LEDs that indicate the sensitivity level of the mouse. Otherwise there is the usual: a precise sensor, adjustable mechanical buttons and RGB lighting.
Price : around 80 euros
Corsair Glaive RGB Pro Buy now at
Asus ROG Gladius 2 Wireless: Double wireless pleasure
© Asus 2020
The Asus ROG Gladius 2 Wireless does without a cable.
The Asus ROG Gladius 2 Wireless can be connected wirelessly to the computer using a USB dongle or a Bluetooth connection. A classic USB connection is also possible. Another special feature are the interchangeable switches for the two large mouse buttons. An alternative pair of switches for a different click feeling is included in the scope of delivery. You don't have to worry about the basics, the mouse offers a precise sensor, programmable buttons and AURA-Sync-RGB lighting.
Price : around 90 euros
Asus ROG Gladius 2 Wireless Buy Now at
Logitech G502 Lightspeed: Charged from the Powerplay mouse pad
© Logitech 2020
The Logitech G502 Lightspeed comes with several customizable buttons.
The Logitech G502 Lightspeed is a wireless mouse that is automatically charged by Logitech's optional PowerPlay mouse pad when in use. So it can stay on the mouse pad and it never runs out of juice. A USB dongle and a cable are included. The scope of delivery also includes weights, which you can use to determine how heavy the mouse should feel. Clearly there is a precise sensor, adjustable buttons and RGB lighting.
Price : around 115 euros
Logitech G502 Lightspeed Buy Now at
Asus ROG Chakram: All in one mouse
© Asus 2020
The Asus ROG Chakram offers numerous features such as a joystick and Qi charging.
The Asus ROG Chakram can do almost anything. It can be connected to the computer via USB dongle, Bluetooth or cable, has a removable, programmable joystick on board, supports wireless Qi charging on any Qi charging surface, offers interchangeable switches and interchangeable mouse buttons – you can even use the entire housing, that is magnetically attached, just remove it. And if you wish, you can replace the illuminated ROG logo with your own, an unprinted template is included. The mouse is more suitable for larger hands – and the feature flood has its price.
Price: 160 euros
Asus ROG Chakram Buy Now at