Best Gaming Mouse of 2020

Sensor: PixArt PMW 3389 | CPI: 16,000 | IPS: 450 | Acceleration: 50G | Interface: USB | Ergonomics: Right handed, palm and claw grip | Programmable Buttons: 7 | Weight: 3.7 ounces (105g) | Dimensions (LxWxH): 5 x 2.76 x 1.73 inches (127 x 70 x 44mm)
++ Simple consistent design
++ Exceptional sensor
++ Impressive Omron switches
— No weight customization
 With the Razer DeathAdder Elite there’s zero lag, or jitter, and with a 16,000 CPI maximum,  Razer’s Synapse software suite it’s impossible not to set this mouse up correctly for any gaming scenarios. 50 million clicks expected before failure 
DPI: 8,000 | Sensor: Optical | Interface: USB | Buttons: 5 | Ergonomic: Right-handed | Weight: 85 g (3.0 oz)
++ An affordable bargain
++ Great shape for those who like smaller mice
++ Three-zone RGB lighting
There are plenty of affordable gaming mice worth your money today, but few you can have complete confidence in quite like the Logitech G203 Lightsync. It’s an all-around performer, delivering stable and consistent performance within a sleek package. The Logitech sensor within is rated up to 8,000 DPI, and it’s got responsive switches throughout to ensure smooth operation.
Sensor: SteelSeries TrueMove Core | DPI: 8,500 | IPS: 300 | Acceleration: 35G | Interface: USB | Ergonomics: Right handed, claw and fingertip grips | Programmable Buttons: 6 | Weight: 2.7 ounces (77g) | Dimensions (LxWxH): 4.75 x 2.3 – 2.64 x 0.85-1.49 inches (120.6 x 58.3-67 x 21.5-37.9mm)
++ Low price
++ Solid performance
++ Distinctive RGB lighting
— Non-braided USB cables can be frustrating
This is the best gaming mouse for those on a budget. The optical sensor here only goes up to 8,500 CPI, which is low compared to other mice on this page, such as the 16000-CPI Razer DeathAdder Elite above. But for casual gamers, this’ll do. Unfortunately, CPI adjustments are difficult due to a small CPI button.
DPI: 18,000 | Sensor: Optical | Interface: USB | Buttons: 7 | Ergonomic: Right-handed | Weight: 105 g (3.7 oz)
++ Great, comfortable fit for larger hands
++ Highly responsive with tactile buttons
The ironclaw is very good for users with large hands . This mouse’s optical Pixart PMW3391 sensor boasts a high CPI of 18,00 and also has one of the highest IPS ratings around at 450. These are high-end specs, but unless you’re a competitive gamer you may not notice a great improvement over rivals, unless you have a multi-monitor gaming set-up
Sensor: Razer Focus+ Optical | CPI: 20,000 | IPS: 650 IPS | Acceleration: 50G | Interface: USB / 2.4 GHz wireless | Ergonomics: Right handed palm and claw grip | Programmable Buttons: 11 | Weight: 3.78 ounces (107g) | Dimensions (LxWxH): 5.11 x 2.36 x 1.65 inches (130 x 60 x 42mm)
++ Incredible sensor
++ Intuitive software suite
++ Long battery life and fast charging
— Pricey
— Optical switches lack mechanical feel
The Razer Basilisk Ultimate is a fantastically adept wireless mouse featuring Razer’s latest sensor the Focus+ Optical. This semi-intelligent sensor packs in some incredible stats, with a max CPI rating of 20,000 and IPS rating of 650, and it’s also capable of withstanding upwards of 50G worth of acceleration before losing tracking
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