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The 5 Best Mice For MMOs - Summer 2020
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MMO games like World of Warcraft have been around for some time now, and manufacturers have created dedicated MMO mice with a ton of side buttons for you to have as many hotkeys right at the tip of your thumb for quick casting. When shopping for the best MMO mice, you need to take into account the build quality, the shape of the mouse, and how many different inputs can you register using it.

We've reviewed over 60 mice so far, and these are our recommendations for the best mice for MMOs. Also check out our recommendations for the best gaming mice, the best wireless gaming mice, and the best FPS mice.

  1. Best Mouse For MMOs: Corsair Scimitar Pro RGB

    Video Games (MMO)
    Connectivity Wired

    The best MMO mouse that we've tested so far is the Corsair Scimitar Pro RGB. This excellent wired MMO mouse is comfortable to use thanks to its slanted shape and small thumb rest. It features a panel of 12 programmable side buttons, which can be moved forward or back to find the best positioning depending on where your thumb sits. The buttons can be reprogrammed within Corsair's iCUE software to do almost anything, including macros or instant application launching, and the program is fully compatible with both Windows and macOS.

    Its performance is outstanding, and its wide CPI range can be adjusted by steps of 1, which is amazing and means you can fine-tune it to precisely match your preferences. Its click latency is also quite low, and even competitive gamers shouldn't notice any delays or lag. The mouse is best used with a claw grip, and all hand sizes should be able to get a comfortable grip and reach all the buttons.

    Unfortunately, due to its bulky and wired design, it isn't the best option to take around with you, though it's likely that it'll stay at home with your gaming setup. Overall, this is an amazing MMO gaming mouse, and its comfortable and customizable design, as well as its outstanding performance, make it one of the best mice we've tested to date.

    See our review

  2. More Versatile Alternative: Razer Naga Trinity

    Connectivity Wired

    If you are looking for a more versatile mouse that you can use not only for MMO but also for FPS games and MOBAs, check out the Razer Naga Trinity. It might not feel as sturdy and well-built as the Corsair Scimitar Pro RGB, but it comes with three different swappable side panels. One has a two-button FPS layout, one has a seven-button circular layout, and the last one has a 12-button MMO layout. The CPI range is excellent and allows you to customize the mouse sensitivity to your preference. Also, thanks to the very high polling rate, the cursor fluidity is great and accurate. This will be great for any use, but especially for competitive gamers.

    If you want the best mouse for MMOs, get the Corsair, but if you play a wider variety of games, grab the Razer instead as it's way more versatile.

    See our review

  3. Best Wireless MMO Mouse: Logitech G604 Lightspeed

    Video Games (MMO)
    Connectivity Wireless

    The Logitech G604 Lightspeed is the best wireless mouse for MMOs that we've tested so far. This mouse shines thanks to its programmable buttons, including the six macro buttons on the mouse's thumb side. You can even set a button that triggers another set of commands for as long as you hold it, giving you even more options.

    For a wireless mouse, it has a very low click latency and an amazing sensor. It also includes the Logitech G HUB, which is an impressive piece of software that allows plenty of customization options. The mouse also has onboard memory, meaning you can set your settings on a computer and keep them when connecting to another.

    Unfortunately, people with small hands might have trouble having nice control over the mouse, especially since the buttons aren't the easiest to press. The mouse also doesn't have RGB lighting, which might be disappointing for some. On the upside, it's very well-built and has plenty of customizable buttons, making it one of the best mice for MMOs.

    See our review

  4. Wider Alternative: ASUS ROG Spatha

    Connectivity Wireless

    If you have large hands and you need a wider mouse that provides a better grip, check out the ASUS ROG Spatha. It might not be fully compatible with macOS and it can't be used via Bluetooth like the Logitech G604 Lightspeed, but it feels built like a tank, on top of looking like one. It has a very gaming-oriented design with full RGB lighting. It offers up to 14 programmable inputs and is one of the heaviest mice we've reviewed so far. It's also very comfortable to use thanks to its thumb and pinky rests, which indicate that it's better suited for a palm grip. It comes with a nice charging dock for when you're not using it, but you can also use it while it's charging with a cable.

    If you want a better overall mouse that can be used for office work and that performs better all around, get the Logitech, but if you have very large hands, the ASUS might be a better option for you.

    See our review

  5. Best Budget MMO Mouse: Logitech G600 MMO Gaming

    Video Games (MMO)
    Connectivity Wired

    The best MMO gaming mouse for when you're on a budget is the Logitech G600 MMO Gaming. If you feel like the Corsair Scimitar Pro RGB doesn't have enough programmable buttons, this one comes in with an impressive 16 side buttons. It's slightly older than the rest of the products on this list, but it continues to perform well and has a low click latency.

    It's a very bulky and solid mouse and will be best suited for a palm grip due to its wide body. It also features full RGB lighting, which can be programmed inside the Logitech G HUB software, which allows you to remap all the buttons and configure your preferred sensitivity.

    Unfortunately, the cable is quite stiff and keeps a lot of kinks from the packaging, and you'll need to straighten it out a few times. Also, the bulky and heavy design won't be for everyone, especially if you often need to lift your mouse or if you have small hands. Nevertheless, if you have a limited budget and want a lot of inputs, this mouse is an excellent choice.

    See our review

Notable Mentions

  • Redragon M908: The Redragon M908 is a good budget MMO mouse, but its shape is a bit awkward to hold and it's very large. See our review
  • Havit HV-MS735: The Havit HV-MS735 is a very good budget MMO mouse that's narrower than the Logitech G600 but doesn't have a ring finger button for additional inputs. See our review

Recent Updates

07/03/2020: Only minor updates to the text and verification for accuracy; no changes in product picks.

All Reviews

Our recommendations above are what we think are currently the best mice for MMOs for most people. We factor in the price (a cheaper mouse wins over a pricier one if the difference isn't worth it), feedback from our visitors, and availability (no mice that are difficult to find or almost out of stock everywhere).

If you would like to do the work of choosing yourself, here is the list of all our reviews of mice. Be careful not to get too caught up in the details. While no mouse is perfect for every use, most mice are great enough to please almost everyone, and the differences are often not noticeable unless you really look for them.



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