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USB Gaming Mice

Updated on August 8, 2010

USB Gaming Mice

The Logitech G5 is one of the greatest USB Gaming Mice
The Logitech G5 is one of the greatest USB Gaming Mice

Introduction to USB Gaming Mice

It is all too common for people to become frustrated by people who seem inhumanly fast on a wide range of multiplayer games. The reason behind the faster reflexes of many players is quite simply their use of USB gaming mice, which are faster and more accurate than conventional mice.

When you buy USB gaming mice you can instantly feel the difference, faster response times, more accurate movement, and even improved exterior textures can vastly increase your ability ingame. By Using a USB gaming mouse you can begin to compete with all the other players who take advantage of the improved performance of USB gaming mice.

Over the course of this article I will be giving you examples of some of the very best USB gaming mice which you can use to help you finally hit the top spot of any online game.

Logitech G5

The Logitech G5 number one in the Best USB Gaming Mice
The Logitech G5 number one in the Best USB Gaming Mice

Logitech G5 USB Gaming Mice

One of the very best USB gaming mice to have appeared in recent years is the Logitech G5 which has very nearly the highest resolution and the fastest response times of all the USB gaming mice the world over. While the Logitech G5 is the best USB gaming mouse, it is also definitely one of the more expensive.

With the Logitech G5 you will be able to custom select your laser resolution from between 500 and 2000 dpi. Even better you can select custom resolutions in game, with five handy presets which can be selected with buttons on the mouse itself.

As well as the resolution the Logitech G5 USB mouse has a textured coating which prevents slippage even when greasy or sweaty. Customizable weights can also improve your gameplay, since you can alter the weight of the mouse to ensure it feels natural. This feature is almost unique in USB Gaming mice!

4000dpi USB Gaming Mice

The Razer Lachesis is the only 4000dpi gaming mouse.
The Razer Lachesis is the only 4000dpi gaming mouse.

Razer Lachesis USB Gaming Mice

The Razer Lachesis has the second highest resolution of any of the World's best USB gaming mice. The Razer Lachesis 4000 dpi USB gaming mouse really does have 4000 dpi resolution, this is incredibly accurate, and allows you to aim with a precision which is uncontested in the world of USB gaming mice.

Like the Logitech G5, the Razer Lachesis has on the fly resolution changes. However it also ha ssome additional benefits, including onboard memory for portable resolution profiles, and an ambidextrous design which makes this an ideal left handed gaming mouse. This is one of the few left handed gaming mice available on the market at the moment, fortunately it is also one of the best USB gaming mice!


Cyborg R.A.T. 9 USB Gaming Mice
Cyborg R.A.T. 9 USB Gaming Mice

Cyborg R.A.T. 9 USB Gaming Mice

The Cyborg R.A.T 9 USB gaming mice range is the latest update to the Cyborg R.A.T. series, the previous of which was the Cyborg R.A.T. 7. The Cyborg R.A.T. 9 is unique since it not only has some intensely original features, but it also has a staggering 5600 dpi resolution. This immense value is also matched with 2.4 Ghz wireless technology for speed, and accuracy that matches the latency of USb gaming mice.

If this was not enough, Cyborg R.A.T. gaming mice are fully customizable, from the resolution right down to the actual shape of the mouse itself.

The Cyborg RAT mixes in all the best features from the best USB gaming mice, from adjustable weights to on the fly resolution change. A rather unique, and helpful feature, is precision aim mode, perfect for snipers in Call of Duty. Precision Aim Mode lowers the mouse movement speed, but maintains a high resolution, perfect for careful aiming with a sniper rifle!


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      Alison Graham 

      8 years ago from UK

      Thanks for a really helpful and well researched article - I know what to buy my grandson for Christmas now! I did not know it was possible to get a mouse for left handed people, I will have to tell my brother! Now if you could only create a hub on how to speed up the operator, I might have a chance when I take on my grandson!

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