Beyond your PC rig, finding a good keyboard and mouse is key to an ideal gaming experience. Choosing the right peripherals can determine your playstyle, even presenting an advantage in some titles. And being the two accessories that you use most, it's important you invest in the best.
There's a wide variety of features to consider when purchasing a new mouse for gaming. It's important to consider dots-per-inch (DPI), ergonomics and other technicalities, alongside smaller choices like additional buttons and crazy lighting. One Windows Central reader took to our forums to ask for your top pick on the market.
As always, we want to hear your thoughts. Which is your favorite PC gaming mouse? Which features do you look for when purchasing? Drop into the forum thread linked below with your picks.
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