The Havit HV-MS760 Gaming Mouse is a very good MMO mouse but has odd performance. Its minimum CPI setting is 1200, which is quite high, especially for FPS games, and its wired click latency is noticeably higher than the other gaming mice we've reviewed so far. On the upside, you can program all of its buttons and it feels quite solid for its price point. Nevertheless, there are better options available on the market that will be more reliable and offer better performance.
Decent for the office. This mouse has an ergonomic design, although it's better suited for medium and large hands due to its size. It has many programmable buttons that can make work more efficient. However, it isn't wireless and its cable is quite stiff and catches on desk supplies.
Okay for FPS. Although the mouse comes with a dedicated FPS side panel, its wired latency is one of the highest for gaming mice. It's not as responsive as some other competing models, and some people might not like that its minimum CPI setting is 1200, which can be quite high for some. Note that its bulky design is almost only suitable for people with medium or large hands and it's also quite heavy.
Very good for MMO games. The mouse comes with a 9-button side panel dedicated for MMOs, which is great. You can program these for your abilities shortcut. However, this wired mouse has a higher than average click latency, which may be a deal-breaker for some. It's also quite bulky and only most people with medium and large hands will find it comfortable.
Not for ultra-light gaming. This mouse is quite heavy, especially with its cable. There's also no way of optimizing the weight without compromising the ergonomics of the mouse.
Unsuitable for traveling. This wired-only mouse is quite bulky and might not fit in laptop cases. Also, having a dangling cable isn't ideal when working in tight spaces, like on a plane.
The Havit HV-MS760 is a decent gaming mouse at a very affordable price. Unfortunately, unless you're really on a tight budget, there's no reason to get this mouse as it has noticeably higher latency than most wired gaming mice. Even if its swappable panels make it a versatile mouse, you'll probably be able to find something better for your needs. See our recommendations for the best mice, the best MMO mice, and the best gaming mice.
The UtechSmart VENUS is a slightly better wired MMO gaming mouse than the Havit HV-MS760. The VENUS has a wider adjustable CPI range and more programmable buttons. Both mice are a bit too large for people with small hands to reach all the buttons, and the click latency is only decent for both of them.
The Corsair GLAIVE PRO is a better wired gaming mouse than the Havit HV-MS760. The Corsair has a lower click latency, a wider and more adjustable CPI range, and better companion software. While both mice have swappable side panels, the Havit's different panels give you a different number of buttons, while the Corsair's side panels offer different grip types. While the Havit is good for medium and larger hands, those with small hands will likely get a better grip with the Corsair.
The Havit HV-MS760 is a much better gaming mouse than the VicTsing Wireless Gaming Mouse. The Havit is better for larger hands in claw or fingertip grip and feels much better built overall. It also has a much lower click latency, a higher max CPI and polling rate, and has companion software to customize and reprogram the buttons. On the other hand, the VicTsing is wireless, while the Havit is wired.
The SteelSeries Rival 500 is a much better wired MMO mouse than the Havit HV-MS760. The SteelSeries feels better built, is better suited for small hands, has a much lower click latency, a much lower minimum CPI, and more programmable buttons. On the other hand, if you prefer fingertip grip and have large hands, the Havit may be a better option.
The Havit HV-MS760 is better than the Vegcoo C18. Although both are cheap mice, the Havit has better overall performance and a noticeably better build quality. The Havit also has swappable button panels and has access to dedicated software for customization options. There's no reason to get the Vegcoo over the Havit.
The Havit HV-MS735 is a better MMO gaming mouse than the Havit HV-MS760. The MS735 is a dedicated MMO mouse, while the MS760 has swappable side panels, making it good for a wider variety of games. However, the MS735 has more side buttons, a much lower minimum CPI, and a much lower click latency. Both mice are recommended for medium or large hands with claw or palm grip and only larger hands for fingertip grip.
The Havit HV-MS760 has a traditional gaming mouse style, but comes with swappable side panels for you to choose from depending on which game you're playing. It has RGB lighting on the manufacturer's logo, mouse wheel, and a slim trim at the back of the mouse. However, the wheel and logo are linked together and indicate on which CPI setting you are while the back trim can be customized. The different side panels offer a configuration typical to MMOs and FPS games and you get a third one for the right side of the mouse if you want a pinky rest.
This mouse is rather bulky, especially since it has a wire. It might not fit in some laptop bags, and the cable makes it quite difficult to use in restricted areas like a plane. This won't matter for someone looking for a gaming mouse for home.
This mouse is on the heavier side and you can't really make it lighter as there isn't much weight difference between the swappable panels.
The build quality of the Havit HV-MS760 is great. Although it's entirely made of plastic and the side panels are removable, the overall feel of the mouse is solid. The panels feel a bit cheap when you take them off, but stay firmly in place when using the mouse. We also noticed something rattling inside the mouse, but couldn't quite figure out what it was. Nevertheless, at this price point, the build quality of this mouse is great.
This right-handed mouse has great ergonomics. Although there aren't any textured grips on the side of the mouse, you can easily grip it. The pinky rest side panel feels ergonomic and is quite comfortable to use. The MMO side panel buttons are a bit towards the front of the mouse, so people with smaller hands might have some trouble reaching all the buttons.
Comfortable for a palm grip for medium and large hands, but unsuitable for small and extra large hands. Smaller hands might have trouble reaching the front row of side buttons, while your fingers might extend past the mouse's body if you have extra large hands.
With curled up fingers, it takes care of the problem extra large hands experience with a palm grip. However, the mouse is a bit too big for smaller hands in claw grip too.
The Havit HV-MS760 is rather large, which isn't necessarily well-suited for fingertip grip. However, people with larger hands can still use this mouse with this grip.
This mouse is wired-only and can't be used wirelessly.
The cable is mediocre. It resembles that of the Redragon M908, which is quite similar to most Razer mice cables. It's very rigid, holds a lot of kinks, and doesn't uncurl easily. The connection to the mouse also feels loose and might cause some longevity issues.
Every button on the Havit HV-MS760 is programmable. When using the MMO side panel, you get an extra nine buttons, while the FPS side panel has three. While you can create profiles inside the software and switch between them, you can't set a dedicated button directly on the mouse for this function. If you want a similar mouse with more buttons for MMO gaming, check out the Havit HV-MS735.
The mouse wheel of the Havit HV-MS760 is pretty standard. It's incremented, which provides good feedback when scrolling, but it isn't ideal for fast scrolling through long documents. On the upside, you can customize the scrolling speed inside the software to your preference.
The Havit HV-MS760 has one of the highest wired click latencies we've measured for a wired gaming mouse. While most people probably won't notice the delay in an everyday use, most competitive gamers won't find this mouse to be as responsive as others.
The Havit HV-MS760 Gaming mouse software is pretty standard and offers plenty of customization options, although it can't be downloaded on macOS. You can easily program all the buttons and the RGB lighting. However, the wheel and logo are one RGB zone, which can be customized to solid colors, indicating which CPI setting you're on, while the back trim can be fully customizable with rainbow effects and such. You can set multiple profiles, but need to change between them inside the software.
Although the mouse is fully customizable on Windows, most side buttons aren't assigned to anything by default. Since you can't download the software on macOS, this means most of the side buttons will be useless.