There’s a lot to like about Corsair’s latest gaming mice, but in someways the Glaive RGB is not its greatest.
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The HyperX Pulsefire FPS is a comfy gaming mouse, but it doesn’t offer enough features to keep up with fierce competition.
The SteelSeries Rival 310 lives up to the reputation of its Sensei brethren with unbeatable performance and a good price that make it an easy top pick.
The Logitech MX Master 2S’ customizable buttons, ergonomic design and multi-computer control function will help you become a lean, mean working machine.
The Microsoft Classic IntelliMouse is an updated version of its iconic pointer. But is it a welcome return?
The HyperX Pulsefire Surge RGB is a beautiful, lightweight mouse that offers fantastic performance for the price.
Razer’s newest wireless gaming mouse might be battery-free, but it ends up dragged down by its special charging mouse pad.
Cooler Master’s MasterMouse MM520 does a lot of things well, offering an affordable and capable gaming mouse, but it lags behind its top competitors in most ways.
The Razer Naga Trinity is a worthy iteration on Razer’s time-tested Naga line of mice.
The Corsair Dark Core RGB SE is an almost flawless wireless gaming mouse that you can wirelessly charge with almost anything.