✅ TOP 5: Best Wireless Gaming Mouse 2020

✅ TOP 5: Best Wireless Gaming Mouse 2020


Are you looking for the best wireless gaming
mouse? In this video, we will breakdown the top wireless
gaming mice on the market. Before we get started with our video detailing
the best wireless gaming mice on the market, we have included links in the description
for each product mentioned, so make sure you check those out to see which one is in your
budget range. Starting off at number 1 we have the Logitech
G Pro. The Logitech G Pro is one of the best all-round
wireless gaming mice available in 2020. Logitech spent two years working with E-sports
pros when designing the mouse to make sure it was good enough for enthusiasts and pros
alike. Although the G Pro looks fairly modest and
generic, it’s ergonomic design has been so well designed that it is by far on the comfiest
shapes we’ve tested. More importantly, however, is the sensor that
Logitech has armed this mouse with. It’s the HERO (High-Efficiency Rated Optical)
sensor and is widely considered the best gaming sensor currently available. One of the stand-out features of this mouse
has to be its weight, or lack of should I say. Historically, wireless mice have always been
heavier than wired ones thanks to the wireless technology it’s built around. This being said, Logitech, thanks to the ever-advancing
technological universe we live in, has managed to design a wireless mouse – equipped with
the best sensor in the world – which weighs 80grams. It’s one of the lightest mice on the market
and our top pick respectively. The materials are nothing short of superb
and the craftsmanship is equally as impressive. It has the look of a classy mouse and has
the performance to boot. Nothing about this mouse has disappointed
me so far making it the first, and only, mouse to achieve this feat. Pair the Logitech G Pro with the Powerplay
Mousepad and you will never run out of battery. It makes use of Logitech’s Lightspeed technology
and can charge on the go without the use of a wire. I know, impressive. If you aren’t looking to splash out on all
the fancy extras then fear not, the G Pro has an cool 40 hour life time when fully charged. Ultimately, if you’re looking for the best
mouse for gaming and everyday use, which has a pin-point accurate sensor, superb aesthetics,
cool features, and is lightweight, then look no further. The G Pro is the one for you. At number 2 we have the Razer Mamba. The wireless version of the Razer Mamba came
out back in 2018 with little changes to the wired version. They stripped the RGB lighting back to conserve
energy and kept that fantastic shape too. The previous iteration would give you around
20 hours of battery, but this new and improved version gives you a whopping 50 hours! Other improvements on the new model include
a very accurate and precise PMW 3389 optical sensor whereas the old version had a laser. The appearance and feel to the mouse is very
much like the Razer Deathadder and although it does feel like a premium mouse you are
paying an awful lot for the wireless technology here. The performance is excellent with this mouse
and it will make you once and for all forget cables even exist. One thing to note is the battery life though
as if your game solid every day for a few hours it most likely won’t make it to 50 hours
unless you have completely switched off the lighting. Whether you chose this mouse or not is of
course down to preference. If you don’t mind charging your mouse up then
this is a solid choice and with a shape close to the Deathadder it won’t steer you wrong. Aside from the superb ergonomics, the sensor
is good quality and the mouse barely weights a thing at just 107 grams. I would recommend this to any FPS player who
is sick of cables. At number 3 we have the SteelSeries Rival
650. The SteelSeries Rival 650 turned a few heads
on its release and whos surprised, I mean, just look at it. It is essentially the heavier twin brother
to the Rival 600 only it features SteelSeries Quantum wireless technology. The sleek Rival 650 is 25 grams heavier than
its older brother (121g) and a whopping 40 grams heavier than the Logitech G Pro. The mouse splits into segments to allow for
weight customization and the segments are beautifully split by RGB veins. SteelSeries teamed up with PixArt to create
the TrueMove3+ sensor which is mostly similar to the PWM 3360. The sensor performs amicably as you would
expect with improved raw tracking. The quantum wireless technology is high-quality
and runs at a speed of 2.4GHz, allowing for low latency gaming. The design and performance of this mouse are
excellent. The unique shape looks futuristic and draws
your attention. The one thing I’m not sure about is the lift-off
sensor and if it actually improves your experience or just adds unnecessary weight. At number 4 we have the Logitech G703. The Logitech G703 is a bit of a wireless gaming
dark horse. It isn’t your go-to mouse when you think of
a decent wireless mouse, yet it outperforms many. The mouse features the same Lightspeed technology
we see in the wireless G Pro and it only weighs 107 grams. The G703 is ergonomically designed for the
right hand and it fits like a glove, with excellent curves running down the sides. This mouse was the first from Logitech to
work with the G POWERPLAY mouse pad which wirelessly charges the mouse even while playing! The sensor inside this little demon is the
PWM 3360, a highly regarded and respected sensor from the guys at PixArt. The tracking is truly excellent and it makes
snapping between targets easy. It didn’t seem to matter how quickly I move
d the mouse it always remained reliable and a pleasure to use. Overall it’s a high-quality mouse that can
be used for a multitude of games and if you want stellar performance with impressive wireless
capabilities then this right-handed monster could be one to consider. And for our final pick at number 5 we have
the Logitech G305. The G305 is a great little bargain and not
a mouse to be taken lightly. This budget gaming mouse doesn’t let you down
for performance and weighs very little. Any gamer looking for an entry-level mouse
with top quality components then the G305 needs to be considered. The design is rather bland but the specs pack
a mighty punch. This comes as a great alternative to the Logitech
G Pro and will save you a vast amount of cash for similar performance. The Logitech G305 uses the HERO (High-Efficiency
Rated Optical) sensor, which is basically a more efficient PWM 3366. The low power consumption of the HERO sensor
offers makes it perfect for wireless gaming mice. There is no noticeable angle snapping, smoothing
or acceleration in this mouse and the sensor is very unlikely to spin out. If you are looking to cut the cord and switch
to wireless gaming then the G305 is a solid ambidextrous choice. This mouse will save you a fortune over the
G Pro and is a worthy budget contender. So that sums up our top wireless gaming mice
of 2020. We hope you enjoyed. If you did please leave a like on the video
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