A great gaming mouse is important for anyone looking to get into PC gaming. However, if you have large hands, you may struggle to find a mouse that feels comfortable for you. Thankfully, there are plenty of plus-sized mouse options on the market.
Marsback Zephyr Pro Gaming Mouse has a distinct gimmick that sets itself apart from other gaming mice — the fan installed inside. But is it enough to set it apart from other gaming mice? We put it to the test.
Roccat took the Kone that has been around for more than a decade and updated the gaming mouse with a new sensor, new switches, new design, and new scroll wheel. The end result is one of the best gaming mice you can buy.
If you travel with a laptop and need a high-precision, long-lasting gaming mouse that is also around 70 grams in weight, the new Razer Orochi V2 should be on your list. Costing $70, with over 900 hours of battery life, options for battery sizes, and even custom designs, it's the only mouse you need for gaming or work. Here's our review.
Razer make some of the best gaming mice around so it's natural that you're considering one for your next purchase. But Razer also has a pretty large portfolio, so we're going to help you choose the right one.
Nothing is worse than your wireless mouse going dead when you need it most and you're out of fresh batteries. If you use a rechargeable mouse, though, this is a non-issue. Does that sound appealing? Here are some of our favourite options.
A great gaming mouse is important if you plan to seriously get into PC gaming, but you can easily spend more then you need to if you don't buy smart. Here are the mice we recommend that are priced under $50.