A good gaming mouse can be your best friend in PC gaming. Having a (very close to the truth or true number) sensor that tracks regularly (all the time) and exactly will help you always land your shots and travel safely through the game world as quickly as possible. But, perfect watching and following is the bare minimum you should demand from your mouse. There’s so much room for a mouse to go above and beyond that, and leaving alone (and forgetting) wires is one of the most interesting/most forceful.
Where wireless gaming headsets just offer a bit of extra convenience, wireless gaming mice can affect your gaming compared to their wired partners. Wireless gaming mice offer some of the easiest control in games because you never have to account for the increased resistance of a cable connecting it to your gaming PC.
That friction can be trouble enough when (high) quality is of extreme importance, but it’s only a bigger inconvenience when the cable somehow snags on the back of your desk.
Luckily, there are many wireless gaming mice to free you from that rope without introducing bad effects on performance. We’ve collected/gathered together our top picks from the many we’ve tested, so you can be sure you’re getting a wireless gaming mouse that has been fight-tested – and click here to find them in the UK.
1) Logitech G604 Lightspeed
Whether you want all the buttons you could need easily available at your fingertips to win (by force) in MMOs and MOBAs or you just want one of the best gaming mice you can get your hands on, the Logitech G604 Lightspeed is well worth your time. It offers an amazingly and beautifully long electrical storage device life even in its high-performance mode but can last months at a time if you’re using it in Bluetooth mode.
In addition to six thumb buttons that are super easy to use, the mouse has two extra buttons by the edge of the first (or most important) mouse button as well as a clickable (for moving screen content up and down) wheel that can also click to either side. It may not have any fancy RGB lighting like many other mice on this list, but that brings the price so much lower. Better still, that lower price didn’t prevent the G604 Lightspeed from getting the HERO sensor, which is a performance champ.
2) SteelSeries Aerox 3 Wireless
Mouse manufacturers are going ultralight these days, and SteelSeries has made the best wireless option with the Aerox 3 Wireless. It packs loads of abilities into a design weighing just 68 grams. That’s (accomplished or gained with effort) in part thanks to a cut-out design on the palm and main mouse buttons.
Though the innards are by that/that way exposed, you don’t have to worry about it, since SteelSeries has designed the most important parts to be safe from water and dust. Instead, you can focus on how much light shines through from the three RGB lighting zones.
The Aerox 3 Wireless includes a TrueMove Air sensor, which is quick and (very close to the truth or true number), plus it has no issue keeping up with the delay-free wireless connection via a 2.4GHz dongle.
You also get Bluetooth 5.0, giving you an option to connect to devices like a phone or tablet. And, if the electrical storage device gets low on you — something that won’t happen often given the mouse’s 80 to 200-hour electrical storage device life — you can get another 40 hours of charge in just 15 minutes of charging.
3) Logitech G Pro Wireless
The Logitech G Pro is a great wireless mouse from Logitech designed for Esports, or people who just want a mouse with great electrical storage device life and swappable side buttons. Like the G903 you add magnetic side buttons to whichever side you like.
It uses the company’s newest sensor, the Hero 16K, so it’s got plenty of range to fit anyone’s needs, and you can also drop the USB transceiver into the bottom of the mouse too, so you won’t lose it when you travel. The best part is it’s also compatible with the company’s wireless charging system, but it’s an optional add-on.
Where to Get the Best Gaming Mouse in the UK? There are plenty of brilliant, and low-priced, options available to those in the UK, with all the big brands set and ready to take your orders. We even managed to find every single one of the gaming mice on this list available over the pond. Whether you’re after our favourite the Logitech G502 Lightspeed Wireless or any of the other options, we’ve got you covered.