Tecware showed off their Pro line of gaming mice at Computex 2019. The Impulse is their ambidextrous variant equipped with a PMW3360 top-of-the-line optical sensor, Huano switches rated for 20 million clicks, and a lot of RGB capabilities.
Dark Project is a new and relatively small branch of Red Square, a Russian company specializing in gaming peripherals. The ME2 is their ambidextrous gaming mouse featuring a top optical sensor, Huano switches rated for 20 million clicks, multi-zone RGB lighting and more.
ROCCAT's iconic Kova line is back, and the newest iteration naturally comes with the company's signature AI-lighting, hence it's name: Kova AIMO. This fully ambidextrous gaming mouse also comes with a Pro-Optic R6 sensor, ten fully programmable buttons, 512 KB of on-board memory, and much more.
Logitech's iconic gaming mouse is back, and it's better than ever! The G MX518 (also known as the MX518 Legendary) features the flagship HERO optical sensor, Omron switches rated for 20 million clicks, an updated, flexible cable, and many great features, and of course all this inside the truly legendary shape that many love to this day.
Tight budget for a new pointer device? VicTsing's 2.4 GHz wireless mouse might just be what you are looking for - the MM057 hardly consumes any power, is durable, comes with a good material mix, and has a long working distance. It uses a PixArt PAW3212 optical sensor with five pre-defined resolution steps and switches rated for five million clicks.
ROCCAT's Kain line debuts with two medium-sized, right-handed ergonomic mice of which the Kain 120 is the more premium one. It's a fantastic gaming mouse, featuring ROCCAT's signature AIMO lighting, an all-new Owl-Eye 16K sensor, a freshly patented main button mechanism and much more, while staying relatively lightweight.
Tesoro is most well-known for their keyboards, but their gaming mice should not be overlooked! The Control R1 is a rather big, right-handed mouse featuring a top optical sensor, 3-zone RGB lighting, Omron switches rated for 20 million clicks, and six individually programmable buttons.
Glorious PC Gaming Race just released their first gaming mouse, which is definitely among the best mice you can currently get. Ambidextrous, extremely lightweight, with a high-end sensor, perfect skates and cable—all this at a friendly price tag. This is the first product ever, to get three awards from TPU!
Razer recently introduced their Essential lineup with cheaper variants of the DeathAdder and Abyssus mice. This review is of the DeathAdder Essential, which features the same iconic shape, but with a mid-level optical sensor, single-color lighting, non-rubberized sides, and a more friendly price tag compared to its bigger brother.
HyperX's first gaming mouse was the Pulsefire FPS, and now, it's back with a face lift, perfectly up-to-date by today's standards. PixArt PMW3389 top-of-the-line optical sensor, Omron D2FC-F-7N switches rated for 20 million clicks, highly customizable RGB lighting, and a robust, palm-gripping-oriented shape—the specifications are stunning, but is it truly that great?
A while back, Corsair released their biggest gaming mouse so far, a truly massive rodent called the Ironclaw RGB. Now, a few months later, there's already a face-lifted version with not only three additional buttons, but also Corsair's Slipstream wireless technology.
The Pulsefire Core is HyperX's budget option for a gaming mouse, but according to its specifications, it can easily compete with more expensive mice. It features a 6,200 CPI PixArt PAW3327 optical sensor, Omron switches rated for 20 million clicks, 7 programmable buttons and customizable RGB lighting—all for less than 30 dollars.
At $29.99, the Cooler Master CM310 is the one of the company's most affordable mice, but still packs solid specifications that easily keep up with their high-end models. It has RGB lighting with five modes, a maximum sensor resolution of 10,000 CPI, and a rather uniquely ambidextrous, but somehow familiar shape.
Cooler Master revealed the MM830 about a year ago at CES 2018, and it just became available for purchase. It features a top-of-the-line optical sensor, PBT main buttons, an OLED display, a unique D-pad, and many more interesting features—and it of course has RGB lighting as well.
Zowie is often considered one of the best peripheral makers across the globe. They certainly know how to create fantastic shapes, so pretty much everyone can find a comfortable Zowie mouse. The Divina S series mice feature a symmetrical design, PMW3360 top optical sensor, and a lightweight shell optimized for eSports-level performance.
The Gladius is back, and this time, it doesn't need a wire! ASUS joined the ultra-low latency wireless game, and they certainly don't just play around. The Gladius II Wireless features a PMW3389 top-of-the-line optical sensor, the ROG-exclusive socket-switch system, a 800 mAH battery, and, of course, a ton of RGB features, including Aura Sync lighting.
Behold! The one true heir to the Microsoft IntelliMouse Explorer 3.0 has arrived: the Pro IntelliMouse. It has the exact same shape as its predecessor, which is great news for many people who loved the original. It features a top optical sensor, Omron switches rated for 20 million clicks, and an RGB tail light.
When it comes to mice, Tt eSPORTS is mostly known for their great prices. The Talon Elite RGB Gaming Gear Combo is no different as it offers mouse and mouse pad for below $30. The mouse features a PMW3325 optical sensor, main switches rated for 20 million clicks, and, of course, a lot of great-looking RGB effects.
A flagship without wires—the top SteelSeries mouse is back in a wireless form as the Rival 650. Featuring an exceptional dual-sensor system, main buttons rated for 60 million clicks, a robust and durable shell, and, of course, highly customizable RGB lighting, it's surely a premium product, which its pricing reflects as well.
Corsair's small-sized entry-level mouse, the Harpoon, has been facelifted, and it's nowhere near entry level now. The Harpoon RGB Wireless—as its name suggests—now doesn't need a wire to operate. It features a PMW3325 optical sensor, Omron switches rated for 50 million clicks, and RGB lighting as well.
Corsair's most well-known gaming mouse, the M65, is back! Its newest iteration features a new high-end optical sensor, the PixArt PMW3391. The mouse also comes with Omron switches rated for 50 million clicks, adjustable weights, and two-zone RGB lighting.
Even though its name might suggest otherwise, the Ironclaw is a huge palm-grip-oriented mouse, and it's the newest creation of Corsair. It comes with an all-new top-notch optical sensor called the PixArt PMW3391. The mouse also features Omron D2FC-F-K switches with a nominal lifetime of 50 million clicks, two zone RGB lighting, and a robust, highly durable shell.
While Fnatic is one of the most well-known eSports organizations in the whole wide world, many people might not know about their own-branded gaming gear. The Fnatic Gear Clutch 2 offers a PMW3360 top optical sensor, Omron switches rated for 50 million clicks, great materials, and of course fantastic-looking RGB lighting.
If you follow the competitive gaming scene, you probably already heard of Fnatic. The eSports organization also sells peripherals under Fnatic Gear, and the Flick 2 is one of their two newest models. It features a PMW3360 top optical sensor, Omron switches rated for 50 million clicks, RGB lighting, and a massive shell that's built for war.
Nixeus is back in the mouse game with their second model called the REVEL Fit. Is the shape familiar? No wonder as its design is based on the iconic Logitech MX500 series. The specification are great: PixArt PMW3360 sensor, separated main buttons with switches rated for 20 million clicks, rubberized matte black finish, and, of course, RGB lighting.