All sorts of factors are paramount to the best possible gaming experience — such as ergonomic design, the addition of a scroll wheel, battery life, if you want to use a mouse pad, if the mouse has a laser sensor, mouse sensitivity, if the mouse has a fingertip grip or ambidextrous design, whether or not the mouse is programmable or open to customization.
If you want some extra flash in a fast, accurate and light gaming mouse, this SteelSeries rival is a fine ergonomically designed pick for quick movements and good gaming.
Steelseries already has an excellent cheap gaming mouse in its lineup with the ambidextrous Sensei 310, which is further down on this list.
If you think I’ve overlooked any other great sub-$50 gaming mice, leave a comment to let us know what you think is the best cheap gaming mouse.
If you’re an FPS gamer and you spend a lot of time playing FPS games, this is a great pick for an FPS gaming mouse.
This wired mouse uses the same switches as its $120 Rival 650 mouse and, while the buttons require a little more force than others we’ve tested, it has a fair amount of configuration possibilities, including three zones of RGB LED lights that Steelseries says are the brightest its used in any mouse.
However, it’s also the only wireless mouse on our list, and without that extra lighting, this wireless gaming mouse lasts longer — up to 250 hours of continuous PC gaming.
The good news is that you don’t have to spend a lot to get a good gaming mouse with excellent performance and accuracy.
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