NamePicRatingFeaturesPriceReview
Mionix Naos 7000mionix-naos_gal-100413864-large.png4 Star Rating
+ nice design
+ precise sensor
+ 3 dpi steps
- missing dpi light notice
$54,99
Logitech G502logitech-g502.14 Star Rating
+ 5 dpi settings
+ 2 mouse scrolling modes
+ nice design
- expensive price
$67,39
Logitech G700sg700s4.5 Star Rating
+ 5 dpi steps
+ wireless
+ nice design
- "dustcatcher"
$61,64
Razer Deathadderrazer-deathadder-review4 Star Rating
+ led lightning
+ nice design
+ precise sensor
- not coated cable
$57,99

Mionix Naos 7000

Mionix Naos 7000 is a right-handed gaming mouse with an ergonomic design and up to 16.8 million LED color options. Available for around $55, the gaming mouse has all the features you need in a good gaming mouse.

Pros

Well, the color options may sound a bit excessive, but there are plenty of more features that you’ll love. In terms of technical strengths, the mouse features up to 128KB of built-in memory, and it features a 32-bit ARM processor of 72MHz.

However, all of that may not concern you that much if you’re a gamer, and you probably want to know the DPI adjustment range. The mouse features a powerful optical gaming sensor with 7000 DPI. The option to adjust DPI in-game makes the deal even sweeter.

As far as the looks of the mouse are concerned, it features six integrated LEDS with four different color zones. Lighting effects such as color shifting, solid light, blinking, breathing and pulsating effects will never cease to amaze you.

Of course, for gamers, tracking speed is another important feature, and this mouse impresses there as well with its 5.45 meter/sec maximum tracking speed.

Cons

There’s one drawback, however, and it’s that the mouse is missing a DPI light indicator.

Conclusion

To conclude, the Mionix Naos 7000 gaming mouse is a powerful one with stylish LEDs and powerful hardware as well as good tracking speed and DPI range. The nice design and precise sensor make it all the better.

Logitech G502

The Logitech G502 Proteus Core gaming mouse review talks about all things Proteus Core, good and bad. The mouse is designed to give you unparalleled customization levels. But that’s not all as it also offers surface tuning calibration, DPI shifting, weight adjustment, eleven programmable buttons and more.

Pros

With surface tuning calibration, you can easily calibrate the sensor to get the tracking performance that suits your mouse pad surface. You can also adjust the mouse’s weight and center of balance by placement of weights. Get the personalized performance and feel to compete with the very best.

With up to eleven programmable buttons, you can dominate all RPG and FPS games by setting up macros and commands easily. The mouse also delivers on the DPI front by offering five DPI settings, ranging from 200 to 12000. Switch up or switch down for sniping; the choice is yours.

Another great feature is the click to click precision that you get while gaming. The improved dual-mode hyper-fast scroll wheel delivers impressive scrolling speeds. The mouse also offers two scrolling modes and the design is one of the best from Logitech.

Cons

There aren’t any drawbacks to the mouse except that it could be less expensive. Nevertheless, it’s still less costly than many other rival products.

Conclusion

For gamers who want a stylish, affordable, and powerful mouse with 12000 DPI, this is a great purchase.

Logitech G700S

People who are thinking about switching from the standard USB mouse to a gaming mouse often ask how fast the gaming mouse will be. Well, the Logitech G700S is eight times faster. One of the best full-speed USB mice, it delivers performance in wired as well as wireless mode.

Pros

With thirteen programmable buttons that can perform complex macros at your click, the mouse takes the meaning of control to a whole new level. With eight times faster performance and execution at standard speed, the mouse offers consistently fast speeds whether in the wireless mode or wired one.

You can control your mouse’s performance easily with pre-configured buttons, so no additional software is required. The wireless speed is gaming-grade, and you also get several user-defined profiles to save your preferences to.

The design of the mouse is pretty comfortable, and the curved grip offers the maximum level of comfort. Furthermore, the buttons are designed to endure up to 20 million clicks, which is five times more than other popular gaming mice.

The dual mode scroll wheel, high-accuracy gaming laser sensor, and the advanced surface coating make it a reliable and useful gaming mouse.

Cons

The design of the mouse is such that it can easily catch dust, while the profile may go back to default when converting from wired to wireless.

Conclusion

If you want to get a high-performance and feature packed wireless mouse with a comfortable grip as well as a stylish design, get the Logitech G700S deal now.

Razer DeathAdder

The Razor DeathAdder is an ergonomic and intuitively-designed gaming mouse that is available at an affordable price. The mouse improves on its previous design with added side grips made of rubber, while improvement in performance is also made.

Pros

This gaming mouse features an impressive optical sensor of 6400 DPI that is fully capable of accurate tracking without any interpolation. You can also store the driver settings for the mouse in the cloud, while features such as Z-axis tracking and surface calibration make the Razer DeathAdder best buy.

The mouse buttons are designed to be hair-trigger sensitive. The highly durable micro-switches deliver a tactile feedback to the fingertips with every actuation so that you can rest assured that you’re winning with accuracy and precision. The Z-axis tracking is another impressive feature that is ideal for low-sense gamers who want consistent in-game control throughout.

The 4G optical sensor makes the mouse capable of unmatched accuracy, whether you move the mouse at slow speeds or fast.

When discussing DeathAdder, it’s hard not to mention Razer Synapse, the hardware configurator with cloud support. You can save sensitivity preferences, lift-off tracking, surface calibration and customize all the details with Synapse.

Cons

The cable of the mouse is not coated, while double click on single click may also occur after some time’s use.

Conclusion

Being one of the top gaming mice available in this range, the DeathAdder delivers a powerful performance and a unique design to go with its comfortable grip. It’s also available at an affordable price.

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