Everyone needs the best mouse for gaming and in 2020 gaming is pretty much the only thing us gamers can do.
Having a comfortable mouse for gaming is essential if you play long hours and want to conquer the battlefield in games like Fortnite or League of Legends.
We included some cheap gaming mice as there are many budget gamers out there and the difference between a budget mouse for gaming and a really expensive mouse for gaming can sometimes be limited.
Here are the 10 best mouse for gaming in 2020 that you should consider buying.
10. Redragon M602 RGB Wired Gaming Mouse
Redragon has been making some serious moves for budget gamers that want a good quality gaming mouse. The Redragon M602 beats some of the more expensive gaming mouse that didn’t make it to this list.
The Redragon M602 gaming mouse can do up to 7200 DPI, which is more than enough for 99.9% of gamers and can definitely be used for competitive games like Fortnite or League of Legends.
The M602 also features 7 programmable buttons which can be used for skills, changing your songs, macro’s, or whatever else you can think of.
- Up to 7200 DPI
- 7 Programmable Buttons
- Under $20
- Great all-round mouse for any game
- Wired Mouse
- The product has a ‘cheap feel’
9. Redragon M901 Wired Gaming Mouse (MMO Mouse)
Another Redragon entry makes the list, this time it’s the Redragon M901 MMO mouse.
This mouse has a ton of buttons on the side which makes it ideal for gamers who enjoy playing MMORPG type of games where there can be a lot of usage of hotkeys.
The DPI capability is high on this mouse for gaming, at 12400 DPI you won’t need to worry about finding the right DPI for you.
The only downside to this mouse is that it might be a bit small for larger hands but we have an alternative MMO mouse for that in this list.
- Great for MMOs
- 4.4/5 Stars on Amazon
- 12400 DPI capabilities
- Cheap compared to its competitor
- 18 Programmable buttons
- Wired mouse
- Not great for larger hands
- Users report issues on some mouse with scroll wheels
8. Logitech G502 SE Hero
The Logitech G502 SE Hero does come out to be double the price of the Redragon mouse listed above, however, Logitech has a reputation for quality and they never settle for a mouse that feels cheap or non-functional.
The Logitech G502 SE Hero is a great gaming mouse that costs approximately $60.
It feels great, it has 11 programmable buttons, it works well for any size of the hand, however, the G502 SE Hero would be listed higher but the scroll wheel is not the most comfortable to use.
If you have sweaty hands, this might not be the mouse for you as the scroll wheel is metallic and smooth which could cause you to slip a lot.
- High-quality wire
- Very responsive buttons
- 16000 DPI
- A smooth mouse wheel can be annoying for users with sweaty hands
- Wired mouse
7. Redragon M801 Gaming Mouse
Redragon attempts to label this mouse as an ‘MMO mouse’, however, the M801 is probably better for games like MOBA’s or Battle Royale games like Fortnite.
The M801 is quite flat, great for people who like to use a fingertip grip style instead of a Palm grip or Claw grip. (Unsure what grip you use? Click here for a simple image that explains the grip styles)
One of the great features of the Redragon M801 is that it is wireless and has a battery life of up to 70 hours.
The only complaint user has with the M801 is that the software doesn’t cater to everyone’s needs, however, 99% of users will have no problem with this mouse and it’s an excellent wireless gaming mouse for gamers on a budget that are looking for an all-round gaming experience.
- Wireless with up to 70 hours of charge
- Great for Fingertip grip style users
- All-round mouse for any type of game
- Affordable at only $50
- Also available as a wired mouse
- The software doesn’t cater to everyone but a majority of users will have no issues
- LED lights can use up to half of the battery life when turned on
6. Razer Viper Ultimate Lightest Wireless Gaming Mouse
The Razer Viper is available in 3 styles, regular wired (Viper), small wired (Viper Mini), or regular wireless (Viper Ultimate).
All 3 are practically the same mouse, however, this does give you the choice whether you prefer wired or wireless, regular size or small so there is an option for every gamer.
The Razer Viper is ambidextrous, meaning it can be used as a regular right-handed mouse or as a left-handed gaming mouse.
The only downside to the wireless version is that it is over double the price of the regular wired Viper, however, once you have tried a wireless mouse, you will likely never go back as there is no wire drag of resistance when you are gaming.
- Available wired, wireless, and in a ‘mini’ format
- Extremely precise, great for FPS games
- Ambidextrous mouse
- 20k DPI
- High price point
- Buttons not removable on the side