The type of game also determines what are the main features to look for in a gaming mouse: if you are an MMO enthusiast you will probably be looking for a product with a good number of programmable buttons, while if you prefer FPS or TPS your ideal gaming mouse must be light, with an extremely precise sensor and with a wide range of PPE. The world of gaming mice is populated by many solutions and it is often not easy to find the ones that best suit your needs: a lot depends on the type of grip (claw, palm or fingertips), on the titles you usually play and how much you are willing to spend to buy a new gaming mouse.
SteelSeries Rival 710
The first gaming mouse in our guide is the Rival 700. Produced by the famous SteelSeries, a company that has particularly distinguished itself in recent years to earn a very high estimate from many professional eSport players. Other technical details of the Rival 710: it is a modular mouse, with RGB lighting, 7 buttons, OLED display, with maximum DPI of 16,000 with the optical sensor and 8,000 with the laser one (the laser sensor can be purchased separately).
Asus ROG Spatha
Spatha certainly belongs to the head line of the ROG of Asus (Republic of the players) thanks to its many interesting features: futuristic the possibility to customize the LED light effects on the wheel, on the buttons and on the ROG logo. Lighting effects that can also be synchronized with other ROG brand products such as motherboards, graphics cards and Asus keyboards. Asus ROG Spatha is equipped with 12 buttons programmable through the Asus ROG Armory software. The main buttons use Omron switches rated for an average cycle time of nearly 20 million clicks. The laser sensor reaches a maximum of 8200 DPI, with a polling speed of about 2000 Hz. Fantastic ergonomics for long gaming sessions.
Logitech G903 Lightspeed
This gaming mouse proposed by Logitech seemed to us one of the most powerful and brilliant on the market. We just have to move on to the analysis of the pros and cons. We think there is nothing more to say.
Razer DeathAdder Chroma
The 10000 DPI optical sensor is capable of reaching speeds of 200 inches per second and accelerations of 50 g. In addition, thanks to the Razer Synapse 2.0 software it is possible to monitor an incredible amount of technical game data: such as statistics and the heat map.
The 8000 DPI optical sensor is certainly not the best on the market, but for those who do not make the game their profession, but just a fun way to share their time with others is more than enough.
Furthermore, the 16.8 million colors of RGB lighting make it satisfying from a graphic point of view, recovering, at least in part, the handicap of simple design.