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The Best Wireless Gaming Mouse - Winter 2024 Mice Reviews

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Best Wireless Gaming Mouse

The best wireless gaming mice have improved by leaps and bounds recently. Manufacturers have found new ways to reduce click latency, increase battery life, and improve the reliability of wireless connections. That said, not all wireless mice are created equal. Because of the limitations of Bluetooth technology, we typically don't recommend a Bluetooth connection for gaming, meaning you won't find any 'best Bluetooth gaming mouse' categories on this list. When choosing the right option for you, the shape and how the mouse feels in your hand are some of the most important factors to consider. However, click latency, sensor performance, and overall weight are important elements if you're an FPS gamer. On the other hand, having access to many customizable buttons is essential if you primarily play MMOs or MOBAs.

We've tested over 315 mice, and below are our recommendations for the best wireless gaming options. See our picks for the best lightweight mice, the best mice for MMOs, the best cheap gaming mice, and the best gaming mice.


  1. Best Wireless Gaming Mouse

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    The Razer Viper V2 Pro is the best wireless gaming mouse we've tested. It's currently on sale for the lowest price since its launch, so it might be around the same price as our upper mid-range pick below. It has the same low-profile, symmetrical shape as previous models in the Viper lineup, and it's a great choice for a claw or fingertip grip for most hand sizes. This version is dramatically lighter than previous models, meaning it's easier to make fast and accurate movements with. Even though it's extremely lightweight, it has excellent build quality and feels sturdy. Under the hood, this new version has exceptionally low click latency, an extended advertised battery, updated optical switches, and Razer's new Focus Pro 30K sensor, the most advanced sensor currently available. However, the manufacturer achieved these performance gains by removing several features, including RGB lighting and rubber grips.

    This new version only has side buttons on the left, while previous models have side buttons on both sides. If you're interested in alternatives and are a fan of some of this lineup's legacy features, check out the Razer Viper Ultimate. It's significantly heavier, but it's typically much cheaper. Or, if you like the sound of all the improvements but aren't enthusiastic about its shape, check out the Razer DeathAdder V3 Pro. It shares all the same internals as the Viper V2 Pro, but its shape is ideal for larger hands and has a sloping design specifically for right-handed users.

    See our review

  2. Best Upper Mid-Range Wireless Gaming Mouse

    At an upper mid-range price point, we recommend the Logitech G502 LIGHTSPEED. Its price has been variable lately, but it frequently goes on sale and can drop to around the same price as our best mid-range pick, the Fantech Aria XD7. The G502 LIGHTSPEED is an excellent choice if you often play games in different genres. It has a comfortable, right-handed shape with a thumb rest and twelve programmable buttons. Its scroll wheel also has a free-scrolling mode and left and right tilt inputs, which are handy features for quickly scrolling through documents and browsing online between gaming sessions.

    In raw performance, it has excellent click latency and a high-end sensor that provides outstanding performance across the board. However, this mouse is much heavier than our top pick, the Razer Viper V2 Pro. It even includes optional weights for adjusting the weight distribution; this means it isn't ideal if you only play reaction-based titles like FPS games, but the overall strength of this mouse is its versatility.

    Logitech has recently released new, slightly upgraded versions of this mouse called the Logitech G502 X LIGHTSPEED and the Logitech G502 X PLUS (these two are nearly identical, but the PLUS version has RGB lighting). These models are lighter and have a softer visual design. They also include quieter, more durable optical switches and a slightly different button layout. While they were initially much more expensive at launch, they've declined in price recently. They're worth picking up over the older G502 LIGHTSPEED if they dip around the $100 mark.

    See our review

  3. Best Mid-Range Wireless Gaming Mouse

    The best mid-range wireless gaming mouse we've tested is the Fantech Aria XD7. Its symmetrical, egg-like shape is a comfortable fit for smaller hand sizes, and despite being significantly less expensive, it's only a few grams heavier than our best pick on this list, the Razer Viper V2 Pro. It also comes loaded with PixArt's most recent flagship sensor, the PAW 3395, which performs excellently, delivering a snappy and responsive gaming experience. This mouse also has changeable back panels. In the image above, you can see this mouse in its lightest configuration with a backplate that has weight-saving holes. There's also a solid backplate that's only marginally heavier if you prefer the look and feel of a solid body.

    What's this mouse's weakness? Its battery life tops out at a maximum of about 30 hours. It's fine if you're okay with recharging it every two or three days or charging it whenever you're not using it. However, this can also be annoying if your usage is variable or you prefer to avoid charging as often. It's also not as solidly built as our top picks, and its mouse feet are slightly scratchier.

    See our review

  4. Best Lower Mid-Range Wireless Gaming Mouse

    We recommend the Razer Basilisk V3 X HyperSpeed for a more affordable option at a lower mid-range price point. This mouse has much in common with our best upper mid-range pick, the Logitech G502 LIGHTSPEED. It has the same fundamental ergonomic right-handed shape and delivers comparable high-end gaming performance. One of the major differences is that this mouse uses AA batteries for power. Secondly, while you can connect it wirelessly with its USB receiver for competitive gaming when you need the best performance out of your mouse, you can also connect it using Bluetooth when playing more casual titles or browsing to stretch out the battery life dramatically.

    That said, the downsides of this mouse are that it doesn't have as many programmable buttons as the Logitech, and its scroll wheel also lacks a free-scrolling mode and left and right tilt inputs. Also, like the Logitech, it's fairly heavy, so it may not be a good fit if you only play fast-paced, reaction-based games that require quick mouse movements. Altogether, this is an outstanding wireless option if you want a comfortable ergonomic mouse for more casual gaming and want to stretch out that battery life without worrying about charging cables.

    If you don't like the large right-handed shape of the Razer, check out the Keychron M3 Mini. It's much smaller and lighter, and it still offers excellent gaming performance for the price. It has fewer programmable buttons than the Razer, and its scroll wheel lacks tilt inputs and free scrolling. Also, its small size makes it less for those with large hands.

    See our review

  5. Best Budget Wireless Gaming Mouse

    The best budget wireless gaming mouse we've tested is the Logitech G305 LIGHTSPEED. Depending on what region of the world you live in, this mouse may also be known as the Logitech G304 LIGHTSPEED, but it's the same mouse. This mouse connects with a LIGHTSPEED USB receiver and has an impressive battery life, advertised at up to 250 hours with a single AA battery. It also has a cable to extend the receiver signal to get the best wireless performance possible. Under the hood, its sensor is very consistent, and its click latency is excellent, providing a responsive-feeling experience for gaming in any genre. You can adjust the CPI sensitivity settings very precisely, and its egg-like shape is a comfortable option for claw or fingertip grippers for nearly all hand sizes.

    Impressively, the build quality closely resembles some of Logitech's higher-priced options. However, its feet are less high-quality, and swapping these feet out for third-party alternatives is a popular modification for enthusiasts. As an older entry, this mouse is heavier than recent gaming options. Consider more lightweight options if you exclusively play fast-paced, reaction-based games.

    See our review

Notable Mentions

  • Logitech G PRO X SUPERLIGHT 2: The Logitech G PRO X SUPERLIGHT 2 is a close competitor to the Razer Viper V2 Pro and an outstanding alternative as its symmetrical shape is a bit more accommodating to a wider range of hand sizes and grip types. It also has a higher maximum polling rate of 2000Hz out of the box. Its overall sensor performance falls short compared to the Viper V2 Pro. It also doesn't feel quite as sturdy, and its stock mouse feet aren't as high-quality. See our review
  • Razer Viper Mini Signature Edition: Incredibly, the Razer Viper Mini Signature Edition offers slightly better sensor performance than our top pick, the Razer Viper V2 Pro. It also has an unusual magnesium alloy exoskeleton body, making it even lighter but just as sturdy. On top of it all, it's the first mouse that supports a wireless 8000Hz polling rate. We don't recommend it as our top pick because it's only being released in tiny batches and is much more expensive than just about everything else on the market. See our review
  • Pwnage StormBreaker: The Pwnage StormBreaker performs just as well as the Razer Viper V2 Pro but has a somewhat larger, right-handed shape. This mouse also natively supports a higher maximum polling rate of 2000Hz, and its magnesium alloy body design makes it slightly lighter. Its major downside is that its magnesium alloy body has cutouts that make it less comfortable without adding grip tape, and it's quite a bit more expensive than the Razer mouse. See our review
  • Razer Naga Pro: The Razer Naga Pro is a great alternative to the Logitech G502 LIGHTSPEED if you want a mouse with even more programmable buttons. It has modular side panels with different button layouts, including a 12-button grid for MMOs, MOBAs, or other games with plenty of controls. However, it's typically more expensive. See our review

Recent Updates

  1. Feb 08, 2024: We've made minor text changes for clarity and accuracy and verified that our picks are readily available.

  2. Jan 10, 2024: We've verified our picks to ensure they're readily available and relevant, and we haven't changed our lineup. We've removed a note about the availability of the Fantech Aria XD7 because it's now more reliably in stock on Amazon.

  3. Dec 12, 2023: We've reviewed our picks and removed mention of the HyperX Pulsefire Haste 2 Wireless in our mid-range price category. We replaced it with the Razer Viper V3 HyperSpeed because it offers better value. We've also mentioned the Keychron M3 Mini in our lower mid-range price category.

  4. Oct 11, 2023: We've audited this article and added the newly-reviewed Logitech G PRO X SUPERLIGHT 2 to our list of Notable Mentions. We've also added a note about the current price trends for Logitech's updated G502 X PLUS compared to the older Logitech G502 LIGHTSPEED, which remains our primary upper mid-range pick for now.

  5. Sep 01, 2023: We've added the Pwnage StormBreaker to our Notable Mentions list and confirmed the price and stock availability of all our recommendations.

All Reviews

Our recommendations above are what we think are currently the best wireless gaming mice 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 our wireless mice that are ideally suited for gaming. 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.