Best wireless gaming mouse

Whether you want to get a wireless mouse for your laptop or you just don’t like the cord getting in the way, there are a lot of reasons why a lot people are looking for a wireless gaming mouse. It used to be that wireless mice were vastly inferior due to a huge delay between movement and on-screen action, but wireless technology improves every iteration and  there are currently wireless mice that don’t have the delay that they used to have. So if you’re looking for the best wireless gaming mouse look no further, here are the top 5 best wireless gaming mice available right now.

#5: Mad Catz RAT 9

Mad Catz R.A.T.9

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Customization is at the forefront of the RAT 9. Absolutely everything about the design can be changed in some way. The overall length and thumb area is customizable, also included are 3 additional pinkie grips and palm rests for the different grip styles. Rounding up the customizability is the addition of removable weights.

Other features include 4 DPI settings up to 5600, 6 programmable buttons with macro support and a precision button for lowering the DPI when you need to have absolute precision. You also have the ability to “hot-swap” the battery when you’re low on juice while the other one is recharging which ensures that your mouse will always be useable. It comes with two rechargeable lithium batteries and a charging dock.

#4: Razer Mamba Elite

Razer Mamba Wireless

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The Razer Mamba has a unique 6400 DPI sensor that uses both a laser and optical sensor simultaneously, so no matter what surface you’re gaming on, it will automatically calibrate itself to get the most out of the surface you’re using.

The software comes with surface calibration which will allow you to increase its precision. If you want to, you can plug in the cable to use it as a wired mouse. With 9 customizable buttons, 5 profiles and macro support, this gaming mouse is recommend to those who play FPS games. You can play for approximately 16 hours non-stop without having to recharge. Comes with one rechargeable lithium-ion polymer battery.

#3: Razer Orochi 2013

razer orochi

With its small size and Bluetooth 3.0 connectivity, the Orochi is designed specifically with notebooks in mind. Specifications include a 6400dpi 4G laser sensor, seven programmable buttons, a detachable braided cord and an on-board memory to store your various profiles.

Another thing worth mentioning is that the mouse is ambidextrous. The battery life, indicated by three glowing LEDs on the side, will last you up to 30 hours of continuous gameplay. The packaging comes with two AA batteries and the design is also available with a black chrome finish.

#2: Razer Ouroboros

Razer Ouroboros Elite

The Razer Ouroboros is unique for a wireless mouse in that it’s not only ambidextrous, but allows you to significantly customize the form. For example you can adjust the palm rest and switch between two interchangeable side panels.

Not only the form itself can be adjusted, but the 4G 8200 DPI sensor’s lift-off distance can be changed as well. Its battery life lasts about 12 hours and included is one AA battery. Lastly it features 11 programmable buttons which should be more than you’ll need.

#1: Logitech G700s

Logitech G700s

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The definitive wireless gaming mouse. The Logitech G700s has 13 well-placed customizable buttons, an ergonomic right-handed design, onboard memory that can support up to five profiles, full macro support and an incredible 8200 DPI laser sensor.

The scroll wheel can be changed from the default notched style to free spinning for web browsing. A USB cable will make your G700s double as a corded mouse whilst also charging up the rechargeable battery inside, therefore there is no need for a charging cradle. If you’re looking for the best cordless mouse, this would be your best option.

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