We’re back with the second instalment of our Top Ten Gaming Mice!
We’re back with our second edition of 2017’s best gaming mice. In our last segment, we spoke about the ambidextrous Steelseries Sensei Raw, the conveniently programmable Razer DeathAdder Chroma, and the best MOBA and MMO gaming mouse in the market- the Razer New Naga Hex V2.
So let’s jump right in and take a look at our picks today!
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The “Spectrum” in the Logitech G900 Chaos Spectrum refers to its RGB lighting, the current craze in the gaming hardware industry.
Its first USP is that it’s completely wireless. But it comes with a USB cable to charge it, and for those of us who aren’t inclined towards wireless mice. Brilliant accuracy, precision and tracking comes with the G900 Chaos Spectrum’s PMW3366 sensor, which is prized throughout the gaming community.
Like the Steelseries Sensei Raw, the G900 Chaos Spectrum has an ambidextrous design. Its sensor can go up to 12,000 DPI. Logitech’s Gaming software is arguably the best in the market, since it is incredibly easy to use and comes with a gazillion customization options.
The only disappointment with Logitech’s new stunner is the absence of a charging dock. But if you don’t mind that, we would definitely recommend it.
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Roccat is just coming up in the gaming hardware industry, and is still relatively unknown. However, its latest offering, the Roccat Kova, shows tremendous potential. Apart from being very affordable (priced at about 50 USD), it has an ambidextrous design and can be controlled effortlessly.
Another factor which gives the Roccat Kova a competitive advantage is its Easy Shift+ option, enabling which grants the user access to 22 completely programmable button functions.
The mouse offers a 3,500 DPI sensor.
Reviewers have complained, however, that the software is a little complicated and inconvenient to use. Then again, if you’re on a budget, this mouse definitely offers all that you need, and much more.
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Corsair’s latest offering is the Harpoon, which is easy on your pocket, and yet a brilliant gaming mouse. It uses a PMW3320 sensor and Omron switches. The DPI sensor can go up to 6,000 DPI, and can be easily customised to fit your requirements.
The mouse has a good grip, courtesy the textured design on both sides. It offers 6 completely programmable buttons, with 2 buttons placed right under the thumb. The mouse’s Corsair’s Utility Engine software allows users to control and customise the RGB Corsair sails logo.
The CUE software is somewhat confusing and tricky to use, but other than that, a definite recommendation for given its affordability.
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