You need a mouse that matches your speed, and gives you the accuracy you need.
The best mouse delivers strong clicks, and they should be charged for the action if you're going wireless.
A great gaming mouse is built to last and will offer great ergonomics and exclusive features for your most played games.
The most obvious improvement is the focus + optical sensor, the same use in the excellent Razer Viper Ultimate Wireless is done.
Razer DeathAdder V2- (DPI: 20,000, Sensor: Optical, Interface: USB, Weight: 82g (2.9oz), Battery life: N/A)
the G203 Lightsync sits in a hotly-contested category of budget-conscious gaming mice. Most of all it faces stiff competition from Razer.
Logitech G203 Lightsync- (DPI: 8,000, Sensor: Optical, Interface: USB, Weight: 85g (3.0oz), Battery life: N/A)
The overall design of the Naga Pro stays close to the Trinity, but the new There is a slight weight gain to accommodate the technique.
Razer Naga Pro- DPI: 20,000, Sensor: Razer Focus+ optical sensor, Interface: Wireless, USB, Bluetooth, Weight: 117g (4.1oz), Battery life: 150 hrs)
Prime Wireless for right-handers Specially designed for claw and finger grippers.
SteelSeries Prime Wireless Pro- (DPI: 18,000, Sensor: TrueMove Pro, Interface: Quantum Wireless 2.0 + USB Type-C, Weight: 80g (2.82oz), Battery life: 100hrs quick charge)
is extremely comfortable to hold for hours on end and reminds me that the Basilisk Why the Ultimate was my favorite mouse for the longest time.
Razer Basilisk V3- (DPI: 26,000, Sensor: Razer Focus+ Optical, Interface: USB, Weight: 101g (3.6oz), Battery life: N/A)