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Best Wireless Mice for PC Users
« on: 10:05 AM - 05/22/20 »


When gaming on PC, using a wireless mouse is a must have for your gaming experience. Many newer mice are designed perfectly, making lag time a thing of the past with wireless mice. There are many different options to choose from, and you may prioritize different things in a mouse; ergonomic design, multiple toggle buttons, or minimalism are all factors that PC gamers want in their setup. Here are a few of the best rated mice on the market.

Microsoft Surface Mouse


This mouse, along with most other Microsoft products, is known for it's minimalistic and sleek design. This mouse is compatible with all Microsoft and PC computers, and comes with it's own 1 year warranty for technical issues. While this mouse may not appeal to the multitasking gamer, it's fast, functional, and very visually appealing.

Logitech MX Master 2S

This mouse's rating precedes it; many users on reddit threads and discords hail this mouse for it's comfort and capability when gaming. It sits at the top of ratings above other mouses because it's multi-expertise; it is rated as one of the best mouses ergonomically. It is designed in a way that mimics the natural geography of the human hand, preventing against potential carpal tunnel that some serious gamers may experience.

The MX Master also boasts a multi-device functionality system; the mouse can be paired to up to 3 devices similtaneously and can switch back and forth each of these devices on the same us. For gamers using multiple screens or devices, this is an exceptional quality that many gamers enjoy.

Logitech G Pro Wireless

What the MX Master lacks in customization is met by the G Pro Wireless. Logitech is undoubtedly at the top of the market in PC devices, and while the Master and the Pro wireless are incredibly similar, the Pro wireless is more built for the experienced gamer; with 8 different buttons, each gamer can tweak the software in a way, as well as customize the lighting and save it in the mouse software on your PC. The stats don't lie with this mouse either; with a 1ms latency and an acceleration of up to 400ips for quick-draw games like Apex Legends and League.

These are just a few of the best mouse on the market, but should give each gamer a good start on where to go to buy their next mouse. Logitech and Microsoft are both consistently making products, and a lot of the decision process depends on each gamer individually.