The Best Wireless Gaming Mouse - Fall 2021 Mice Reviews

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Wireless gaming mice have improved noticeably over the past years, with manufacturers finding new ways to reduce latency and increase reliability using wireless technology. Many gaming mice are now wireless and offer amazing performance for even the most competitive gamers. Of course, how the mouse feels in your hand is still one of the most important factors when making your choice. But, lift-off distance, button placement, and overall weight are big factors for FPS gamers, while having access to lots of buttons is important if you primarily play MMOs or MOBAs.

We've tested over 200 mice, and below are our recommendations for the best wireless gaming mouse. 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 For FPS: Razer Viper Ultimate

    8.1
    Office/Multimedia
    8.7
    Video Games (FPS)
    8.2
    Video Games (MMO)
    8.7
    Ultra-Light Gaming
    7.6
    Travel
    Connectivity Wireless
    Type
    Standard

    The best wireless gaming mouse for FPS games we've tested is the Razer Viper Ultimate. It feels impressively well-built, despite being made entirely of plastic, and it has a comfortable, true ambidextrous design with two side buttons on either side. Its low profile is great for a fingertip grip if you have larger hands.

    It has amazingly low click latency in both wired and wireless modes for very responsive-feeling gameplay. Its feet offer an outstandingly smooth glide, and you can attach the lightweight paracord-like cable to charge it and use it in wired mode. The CPI has a wide range, and you can precisely set the CPI by increments of 50. The customization software allows you to customize the RGB lighting and adjust sensor settings. Also, it lets you reprogram all the buttons, and you can even set a secondary layer of commands by assigning a HyperShift button.

    Unfortunately, you may not be able to comfortably use this mouse with a palm or claw grip if you have larger hands, while smaller hands might struggle to control it with a fingertip grip. Additionally, its right-side buttons don't work by default on macOS, and you can't reprogram them since the software is only compatible with Windows. That said, it's the best wireless gaming mouse for FPS gaming and one of the best gaming mice we've tested.

    See our review

  2. Cheaper Alternative: Logitech G703 LIGHTSPEED Wireless Gaming Mouse with HERO Sensor

    Connectivity Wireless
    Type
    Standard

    If you'd like a cheaper option, check out the Logitech G703 LIGHTSPEED Wireless Gaming Mouse with HERO Sensor. While it doesn't have as many programmable buttons and is slightly heavier than the Razer Viper Ultimate, it's cheaper, and its customization software is available on macOS. It has an excellent low latency, a wide CPI range, a precisely adjustable CPI, and a very low lift-off distance. Unfortunately, its mouse feet don't glide as well as they do on the Razer, and it doesn't have a storage compartment for its USB receiver.

    If you don't mind spending more money on a mouse with more programmable buttons and lighter weight, get the Razer. However, if you want something cheaper with macOS compatibility, go with the Logitech.

    See our review

  3. Best Ultra-Light Wireless Gaming Mouse: Logitech G PRO X SUPERLIGHT

    7.9
    Office/Multimedia
    8.8
    Video Games (FPS)
    7.8
    Video Games (MMO)
    8.9
    Ultra-Light Gaming
    7.9
    Travel
    Connectivity Wireless
    Type
    Standard

    The best wireless gaming mouse in the ultra-light category that we've tested is the Logitech G PRO X SUPERLIGHT. It has a solid plastic body with an ambidextrous shape that feels very sturdy. Despite being wireless and lacking a honeycomb design, it's still among the lightest mice we've tested.

    It's suitable for almost all hand sizes and grip types, aside from small hands using a fingertip grip. It has Logitech's HERO 25K sensor, which offers an extremely wide CPI range and allows you to adjust the set CPI in increments of 50. It also has an adjustable 1000Hz max polling rate, low CPI variation between slow and fast cursor movements, and amazing low latency. Also, it has mouse feet that glide very smoothly and customization software that's fully compatible with Windows and macOS.

    Unfortunately, it doesn't have any RGB lighting, which may be disappointing for some. It doesn't have Bluetooth support, so you'll have to use the included USB receiver to connect wirelessly. Also, its five total buttons might be too few for some people who need more inputs. If you want an even lighter wireless mouse, you may want to check out the Finalmouse Starlight-12 Small, though it's much harder to find available. Nonetheless, the Logitech is an amazing choice for wireless gaming, especially if you're looking for an ultra-lightweight option.

    See our review

  4. Best Versatile Wireless Gaming Mouse: Razer Naga Pro

    8.5
    Office/Multimedia
    8.1
    Video Games (FPS)
    8.9
    Video Games (MMO)
    6.8
    Ultra-Light Gaming
    8.3
    Travel
    Connectivity Wireless
    Type
    Standard

    The best versatile wireless gaming mouse we’ve tested is the Razer Naga Pro. There are three swappable side panels included that have a 2, 6, or 12-button layout, so you can select the side panel that best fits whatever genre of game you’re playing. You can program all of the buttons, including the L/R tilt buttons on the scroll wheel, through Razer’s companion software, and you can assign a HyperShift button to enable a second layer of commands.

    In terms of performance, it has a low lift-off distance and a precisely adjustable CPI within a broad range. Its click latency is impressively low, and it remains low whether you connect the mouse with its USB receiver, over a Bluetooth connection, or with the included braided cable. Though the latency is slightly higher with a Bluetooth connection, it's still impressively low, which is why this mouse is a contender for the best Bluetooth gaming mouse we've tested.

    Though it feels solid and well-built, it’s heavy, meaning gamers who want a lightweight mouse may prefer a different option. Additionally, the sensor is very inconsistent, as it undershoots the set CPI when moving the mouse quickly. Regardless, it's a versatile wireless mouse well-suited for a variety of gaming genres.

    See our review

  5. Best Budget Wireless Gaming Mouse: Logitech G305 LIGHTSPEED

    7.6
    Office/Multimedia
    7.6
    Video Games (FPS)
    7.1
    Video Games (MMO)
    6.9
    Ultra-Light Gaming
    7.8
    Travel
    Connectivity Wireless
    Type
    Standard

    The best budget wireless gaming mouse we’ve tested is the Logitech G305 LIGHTSPEED. It has an ambidextrous design with two side buttons on the left side that you can program through the companion software, which is compatible with both Windows and macOS. It feels well-built and very similar to more premium Logitech options despite its cheaper price tag.

    The mouse connects wirelessly with a USB receiver, and you can store the receiver internally under the palm rest panel. It also uses a single AA battery, so you won't have to worry about a charging cable. Performance-wise, it has a low click latency, a low lift-off distance, and a wide CPI range, and you can precisely adjust the set CPI in increments of 50. For even greater customization, you can assign a G-Shift button through the software that will enable a second layer of commands.

    Unfortunately, this mouse is small, so it may not be suitable for larger hands. However, it should be suitable for all hand sizes with a fingertip grip. Despite the size, it's heavy, so gamers looking for a lightweight mouse may prefer another option. Another downside is that the included feet don't provide as smooth of a gliding experience as other gaming mice, though third-party feet are available to purchase. With that said, the Logitech is a good option with a variety of features at a low price point.

    See our review

Notable Mentions

  • Logitech G Pro Wireless: The Logitech G Pro Wireless is one of the best wireless gaming mice available. It's often compared to the Razer Viper Ultimate, but it has fewer programmable buttons and doesn't come with a premium charging dock. See our review
  • Razer DeathAdder V2 Pro: The Razer DeathAdder V2 Pro performs very similarly to the Razer Viper Ultimate and is a good alternative if you need something that supports Bluetooth, but the Viper Ultimate is lighter and has a fully ambidextrous design with two buttons on each side. See our review
  • Razer Basilisk Ultimate: The Razer Basilisk Ultimate is a great ergonomic alternative that performs almost identically to the Razer Viper Ultimate, but it's noticeably bigger and heavier. See our review
  • Logitech G903 LIGHTSPEED: The Logitech G903 LIGHTSPEED is a great alternative to the Razer Viper Ultimate with a few more programmable buttons, but it's heavier, and its latency isn't as low. See our review
  • Razer Atheris: The Razer Atheris is a very small mouse that's travel-oriented and has Bluetooth support; however, when compared to the Logitech G305 LIGHTSPEED, its lift-off distance isn't as low, and its CPI range can't be adjusted as precisely. See our review
  • Logitech G604 LIGHTSPEED: The Logitech G604 LIGHTSPEED is a great gaming mouse for MMOs with a lower lift-off distance than the Razer Naga Pro, but it doesn't have as many side buttons as the Razer. See our review
  • Logitech G502 LIGHTSPEED: The Logitech G502 LIGHTSPEED is a very good wireless gaming mouse with an ergonomic shape and many programmable buttons. However, its click latency isn't as low as the Razer Viper Ultimate. See our review
  • Corsair HARPOON RGB Wireless: The Corsair HARPOON RGB Wireless is an amazing FPS mouse and a great alternative to the Logitech G305 LIGHTSPEED if you prefer something wider with a tall back and thumb rest. However, its CPI is only adjustable by steps of 200, and its lift-off distance is quite high when compared to the G305. See our review
  • Glorious Model O Wireless: The Glorious Model O Wireless is an excellent alternative to the Logitech G PRO X SUPERLIGHT if you want something cheaper. Unlike the Logitech, it has RGB lighting, but it's a bit heavier and doesn't perform quite as well overall. Also, despite being quite a bit cheaper if you purchase it directly from Glorious, it tends to be sold out quite often and is sold at a premium through third-party sellers. See our review
  • ASUS ROG Spatha X: The ASUS ROG Spatha X is an impressive alternative to the Razer Naga Pro. It has a more consistent sensor, and it's a good fit if you prefer a wider and bulkier mouse, but it's much heavier, and it doesn't have as many buttons. See our review
  • Finalmouse Starlight-12 Small: The Finalmouse Starlight-12 Small is the lightest mouse we've ever tested, wired or wireless. However, it's very expensive and difficult to find as Finalmouse only sells it in drops. It's an outstanding alternative to the Logitech G PRO X SUPERLIGHT if you can find it at a reasonable price. See our review
  • Finalmouse Starlight-12 Medium: The Finalmouse Starlight-12 Medium is an outstanding alternative to the Logitech G PRO X SUPERLIGHT. It's somewhat lighter but has a magnesium alloy body that feels sturdier. Unfortunately, it doesn't have customization software, and, like the Starlight-12 Small, it's currently only available from third-party resellers and can be very expensive. See our review
  • ROCCAT Kone Pro Air: The ROCCAT Kone Pro Air is a more affordable alternative to the Logitech G PRO X SUPERLIGHT, but it has higher click latency and isn't quite as lightweight. That said, it also has Bluetooth support, which the Logitech lacks, and it has a thumb rest, which is a rare feature for such a lightweight mouse. See our review
  • Pwnage Ultra Custom Wireless Ergo: The Pwnage Ultra Custom Wireless Ergo is a versatile alternative to the Logitech G PRO X SUPERLIGHT. It's less expensive and has several modular parts to customize the look and feel of the mouse. However, it isn't as lightweight, and the customization software is only compatible with Windows. See our review

Recent Updates

  1. Sep 24, 2021: Replaced ASUS ROG Spatha with ASUS ROG Spatha X in Notable Mentions, as the Spatha was discontinued. Updated text for accuracy and clarity.

  2. Aug 26, 2021: Updated text for accuracy and clarity.

  3. Jul 29, 2021: Verified all picks are in stock and represent the best choice for their category. Added the ROCCAT Kone Pro Air, the Pwnage Ultra Custom Wireless Ergo, and the Finalmouse Starlight-12 Medium to Notable Mentions.

  4. Jul 01, 2021: Added the Finalmouse Starlight-12 Small to Notable Mentions. Verified accuracy and availability of picks and updated text for clarity.

  5. Jun 03, 2021: Moved the ASUS ROG Spatha to Notable Mentions as it's been discontinued and difficult to find in stock. Verified availability of picks and updated text for clarity.

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.

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