Razer’s newest wireless gaming mouse might be battery-free, but it ends up dragged down by its special charging mouse pad.
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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.
Cooler Master’s MasterMouse MM530 is a competent gaming mouse, but fails to dazzle or rise above the competition.
The SteelSeries Rival 600 is the perfect gaming mouse for frenetic FPS gamers and serial lifters.
With a design by BMW, the Tt Sports Level 10M Hybrid Advanced Gaming Mouse has all the bells and whistles that gamers might want.
For those that want a trackball mouse, the MX Ergo has everything you could possibly need and then some.
The Logitech G903 with PowerPlay knocks down the last barrier to truly wireless gaming mice.