What is the best wireless gaming mouse? Find out below

Wirless mice have come along way since the terrible days of low battery life and a latency so bad that you have moved 5 times before it has picked it up.

Some of the new wirless models start challenging their wired counterparts in terms of speed and the battery life problems are a thing of the past.

Keep reading to see a list of the 5 best wirless gaming mice that are out there at the moment.

Craig’s Gaming Corner has taken a look at many wirelss gaming mice to bring you the honest reviews on what we think are the best for gaming.

When it comes to wireless mice we look at the following:

  • Good battery life- We do not want to be in the middle of a heated battle only for our mouse to cut out.
  • Latency- A mouse is no good if you are trying to be the next best sniper only for your target to have moved by the time your crosshair target them.
  • Connectivity- Its all well and good having a wireless mouse but if it is difficult to set up or needs extra then is it really worth the hassle?
  • Price- As is the way in life the more expensive the item generally the better it is going to be. We have reviewed mice from all prices ranges to see what they have to offer.

First Place- Logitech G502 Lightspeed Wireless

Specifications:

DPI-16,000

Battery Life- 40+ hours

Sensor- Optical Hero 16K

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Pros

  • Long battery life
  • Adjustable Weight
  • Lots of customisations

Cons

  • Expensive
  • No Bluetooth Compatability

The Logitech G502 is a great gaming mouse- While it is wireless it comes with a USB cable so that you can plug it in to charge and play.

The G502 lightspeed is an update on the G502 Proteus with a Hero 16K DPI sensor. It also has Logitech’s PowerPlay technology built into it which means when you use it with Logitechs Powermat then it charges while playing.

I have always used the Logitech G903 mouse and was a huge fan of it- this mouse is an upgrade on that and is an incredible wireless mouse. There are lots of customisations available and it looks great to boot.

To have a look at the full Logitech G502 review click here.

Second Place- Razer Viper Ultimate

Specifications:

DPI- 20,000

Battery life-70 hours

Sensor- Focus + Optical

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Pros

  • incredible battery life
  • Great DPI
  • Ambidextrous design

Cons

  • Small size
  • Not many customisable buttons

The Razer viper ultimate is a great gaming mouse especially for FPS games and thanks to the Razer Hyperspeed wireless the latency is less than 0.2ms- This outperforms some wired mice.

The razer Viper is an ambidextrous mouse so both lefties and righties will be able to work this mouse just fine.

The battery life is an impressive 70 hours and with the charging dock you can get a full charge in just 2 hours- this gives you loads of time for gaming.

The mouse has a very plastic feel and is very lightweight- personally, I prefer a slightly heavier mouse so I can get the control just right. The buttons feel like they are going to break any minute due to their plastic and lightweight nature.

To see the full review of the Razer Viper Ultimate check here.

Third Place- Razer DeathAdder V2 Pro

Specifications:

DPI- 20,000

Battery Life- 70 Hours

Sensor-Focus + Optical

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Pros

  • Great battery life
  • Comfortable use
  • Low Latency

Cons

  • Not able to adjust the weight
  • Needs USB to charge

I know we have a Razer mouse in second place but Razer has so many good gaming mice out there that they were always going to be a few on the list.

The Deathadder V2 Pro is an amazing gaming mouse, the design is the same as the Deathadder V2 but it has wireless connectivity.

With the Hyperspeed technology, you will get latency-free gaming and you’ll be able to gam for 70 hours on one charge- Not even the serious gamer will need that much battery life.

For me, this sits better in my hand than other mice as it is on the larger side- if you have smaller hands then it may not sit as well.

All of the buttons are customisable and you can even program the lift-off distance.

Check out the full review of the Razer DeathAdder V2 Pro here.

Fourth Place -Corsair Dark Core RGB Pro SE

Specifications:

DPI- 18,000

Battery Life- 30hours

Sensor- PAW 3392

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Pros

  • Wireless charging
  • Good price
  • customisable lighting

Cons

  • Texture grip is not good
  • Few buttons

Corsair first launched the Dark Core back in 2018- now the pro has had some work done and has come out looking ( metaphorically speaking) a new mouse.

It has improved on its DPI bringing you 18,000 DPI in the pro and now has QI wireless charging which is great.

For a mouse that is below $100, it is a great addition to your gaming arsenal providing low latency and great accuracy.

Check the full review for the Corsair Dark Core RGB Pro SE here.

Fifth Place- Logitech G903 Lightspeed

Specifications:

DPI- 16,000

Battery Life- 140 hours

Sensor-Optical Hero 16K

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Pros

  • Adjustable Weight
  • Good fit
  • Lots of buttons

Cons

  • No Bluetooth
  • RGB is not visible when using

The Logitech G903 is a great mouse for gaming. with Logitechs Hero optical sensor it helps give you great accuracy.

You have the option of upping the weight of this mouse to 130g from the base 114g depending on if you like a heavier mouse or not.

There are 11 buttons in total on this mouse giving you plenty of room for optimising your gameplay to your advantage. It also offers a spinlock which allows you to scroll notch by notch or when not locked spin as fast as you possibly can.

The DPI is adjustable by two buttons to increase or decrease it as you need.

Check out the full review for the Logitech G903 here.

How to know which mouse to get

How do you know if the mouse is the right one for you, how do you know if you want a wired mouse or wireless?

In reality, choosing a mouse comes down to personal preference- while some things make a mouse better than others such as DPI, sensors and battery life if choosing a wireless mouse, it is hard to know if the fit is right for you until you try it or not.

When you try a mouse you will know if the mouse will fit your hand, or do you need a specialist left-handed mouse etc.

If you are looking for a gaming mouse then go for something that has a high DPI a good sensor and long battery life or something that has wireless charging as using.

The top 5 above are some of the best mice out there so you would not go wrong with any of the ones on the list.

If you want to have a look at wired mice then please check out our top 5 list here.

If you would like me to review any mouse in particular or anything PC gaming related then let me know in the comments.

Hopefully, this review has helped make up your mind.

Happy gaming!

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