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What is the Best Gamer Mouse?

Updated on November 2, 2013

Best Gamer Mice

When it comes to choosing a perfect mouse for your PC video game experience there is a lot of factors involved in the equation. With the development of the PC video games came the need for more suitable tools. Some people just do not want to use the gamepad for PC games, and truth be told, some games are just not made to be played with it. Can you imagine laying League of Legends or World of Warcraft with a gamepad? Seems ridiculous, and that is why specialized keyboards and mice were made for gamers. Customization is also an important factor when it comes to these devices, and that is why most gamers are quite picky when it comes to their gaming equipment.

Instead of roaming around the internet purchase sites and spending your precious money, you should be able to see some of the best choices in the industry on one spot. That is why the following list has been created: to offer you the best choices, in different price ranges, so that you can choose the perfect companion for your video game endeavors. The following mice for gamers were tested and reviewed by people like yourself, gamers who feel the need for better and more precise equipment that will stand the test of time and be the truthful companion in those long gaming hours. So, without further ado, here is the list of some of the best gamer mice on the market.


E-3lue Mazer Type-R

Low price – great piece of equipment. That about sums up this gamer mouse by Mazer (which sounds awfully like a Razer rip-off). It has got six programmable buttons for your leisure and of course the enhancement of your options when it comes to quick mouse buttons. Two buttons on the side and a standard, but yet enhanced, wheel in the middle provide a nice design of this mouse.

The connection is done via USB, but that is to be expected at this price, and the 1.8 meters of cable does seem to be long enough for the needed maneuverability. The clicks are crisp and the scrolling wheel is smooth, plus it has a nice size which will fit perfectly in your hand, unless you are a giant of course. A recommended buy for those on a smaller budget.

E-blue Cobra Juior

Another cheap gamer mouse that is perfect for casual gamers. This one is developed by the same company as the EMS 140 and that is probably why it is this cheap. But as you have seen with the EMS140, the EMS109L is a great bargain for the money. It has the 6 programmable buttons and the standard scrolling wheel in the middle.

The connection is done via USB and the LED lights are just magnificent and not too bright, which enhances the stylish design of this mouse. The size is just right and this mouse will fit perfectly in your hand. To summarize, this is a great gaming mouse for causal gamers, and the best of it all is the price range.

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Logitech Wireless Gaming Mouse G700

This wireless mouse from Logitech is cream of the crop when it comes to gamer mice. At high price range, this gamer mouse offers a lot, including 13 fully programmable buttons that will enable you to program your macros and perform single click combos with ease. This mouse is powered by an internal battery which can be easily recharged with a charging USB cable which also acts as a connection, making sure that you never loose power in those critical moments.

It also has the ability to store 5 gaming profiles, which is an excellent features, as gamers love customization. To summarize, this mouse is highly recommended to professional and casual gamers alike who want a great piece of equipment for a higher price.

Anker® 8000 DPI High Precision Programmable Laser Gaming Mouse

The high precision gamer mouse by Anker is definitely one of the best mice out there. This product comes with a lot of features and, best of all, it is in the mid price range. This gaming mouse enables you to program 9 customization buttons, so that you can enjoy the multi-tasking with just one click. It also has the ability to store up to 2 gaming profiles on-board and then switch from one to the other seamlessly. The best of all of these features comes in the shape of the LED colors. Anker high precision laser mouse comes with the option of 16 million LED colors, which enables ultimate customization where the user can choose the preferred LED color. You can hardly go wrong with this option.

This mouse is one of the most precise out there, with the 8000 DPI, 12000 FPS, 1000 Hz of polling rate, 30 Gs of acceleration and 100 – 150 inches per second cursor speed. The design can be deemed as cool and hip, but this mouse sits in your hand perfectly, no matter the size of our hands. All in all, this gamer mouse by Anker is definitely one of the best on the market, because of the features and the customer satisfaction.

CM Storm Xornet

For those who are on the lower side of the budget but still with some money, CM Storm Xornet presents an ideal solution. This gamer mouse comes with 5 programmable buttons, and of course the middle scroll wheel. With sweat-proof rubber, you will have the ultimate grip control. The design is very attractive and it will suit almost everyone’s needs.

Probably the best feature about this product is the ability to switch the DPI resolution on the go from 500 up to 2000. You just tap the button under the scroll wheel and you are good to go. This mouse is lightweight, economic and comes with a solid design. When you take a look at the price and the features, you can see why this product is on this list. Plus, Xornet has the design that will accommodate every hand size, from small to large hands.

E-3lue Cobra EMS109BK

Another mouse by E-3lue or E-blue, the Cobra EMS109BK is the cheapest gamer mouse on this list. When you read cheapest, you are probably thinking that it is not a very good product. But you are wrong, as EMS109BK comes with four programmable buttons and incredible four, variable levels of DPI resolution which can come up to 1600.

The connection is done by the USB and it is a very solid connection which enables the user to do whatever it takes to beat the video game. If you are a gamer that is on a low budget, this mouse is the definite choice for you. The price is probably the best feature of EMS109BK. The LED light is blue and offers good visibility in the dark. As it turns out, the Cobra EMS109BK is definitely worthy of a spot on this list thanks to the features that you get for the price.

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Twisted Gamer - Sinister Arch

This mouse by Twisted Gamer has got it all, and a good price thrown in for a bargain. The black color with red LED lights on the sides and a glowing Twisted Gamer logo are just some of the features that made the design of this mouse look like it was made by a gamer for gamers. Besides six programmable buttons that enable you to customize this mouse the way you want it, Sinister Arch comes with two additional weights that can be inserted in the bottom of the device and add more precision to it.

You can choose from three DPI resolution modes, from 1000 to 2000 with a simple click of a button. Sinister Arch was specifically designed for right-handers, so you southpaws out there a bit on the dry when it comes to this product. When you take into consideration the features and the mid-range price, you can see why this mouse is on the list of the best gaming mice.



Every gamer knows that the equipment can sometimes be half of the victory. That is why it is very important to find the one that suits you the best. This list was created for that purpose and it presents to you the best gamer mice out there in all kinds of price ranges. Buying the right gamer mouse is dependent on many factors and the most important of them is the personal preference.

Because of that fact, this list is created with everyone in mind, from people on a high and low budget to those that just want the best product out there. The list has been created for the purpose of enabling you to choose the right gamer mouse that will help you on your quests, missions, stages and every other aspect of video gaming.

It is very well known how important the gaming equipment is for gamers, that is why it might be hard to determine the right products that deserve a place on this list, but through numerous hours of testing it became evident which gamer mice are the best out there. The results of these tests are presented in this list.


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