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3 Best Logitech Mice – 42 Tested - Best of 2022

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Best Logitech Mouse

To date, we've tested over 40 Logitech mice. This brand creates a lot of mice, whether for gaming or productivity and office work. Logitech mice are typically very well-built and have great overall sensor performance.

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Best Logitech Mice


  1. Best Logitech Gaming Mouse

    The best Logitech gaming mouse we've tested is the Logitech G Pro Wireless. It's lightweight and feels well-built. It has an extremely accomodating shape that works well for all grip types and nearly all hand sizes. Also, unlike some other mice with symmetrical designs, it's truly ambidextrous and has side buttons you can add or remove from either side. You can set this mouse up for either a right- or left-handed configuration.

    Performance-wise, it has excellent click latency, and it connects wirelessly with a USB receive. It uses Logitech's top-of-the-line HERO 25K sensor, which is very consistent and allows you to dial in your preferred CPI sensitivity setting within a very broad range using the customization software. Also, it has a very low lift-off distance, which is helpful if you tend to game with low sensitivity and frequently lift your mouse to reposition.

    Unfortunately, its rubber charging cable is stiff and has an outdated micro-USB connector rather than a newer USB-C, which may be disappointing given the premium price tag. It's a truly high-performance gaming mouse that almost everyone can use comfortably. If you're interested in a more budget-friendly option that performs almost as well, check out the Logitech G305 LIGHTSPEED. Additionally, for a version that sacrifices its true-ambidextrous design and RGB lighting for a significantly lighter weight, check out the Logitech G PRO X SUPERLIGHT.

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  2. Best Wired Logitech Mouse

    The best wired Logitech mouse that we've tested is the Logitech G502 HERO. It's got the heart of a gaming mouse but has some features that make it great for office and productivity work. One such feature is the scroll wheel which you can unlock for a free-scrolling mode to scroll quickly through long documents. It also has an ergonomic, right-handed shape with a thumb rest that makes it comfortable to use for long periods.

    It has 12 buttons, and you can reprogram any of them using the customization software. You can also assign a G-Shift button that lets you quickly toggle to another layer of controls. Performance-wise, it has excellent click latency, meaning gameplay will feel very snappy and responsive. You can also adjust your CPI by steps of 50, which means you can find a precise sensitivity that feels right for you.

    Unfortunately, it's fairly bulky, meaning if you have small hands, you'll have difficulty reaching all of the buttons comfortably. It's also heavy compared to more FPS-oriented gaming mice, and it's a bit too heavy for many competitive or reaction-based games. However, you may prefer a heavier mouse, and it comes with a set of extra weights so you can fine-tune the weight distribution, which is a rare feature on recent gaming mice. Altogether this is a very flexible and customizable option if you're looking for a wired mouse to handle anything you can throw at it.

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  3. Best Logitech Mouse For Office

    The best Logitech mouse we've tested for office work is the Logitech MX Master 3. This sleek and professional-looking option feels very solid and well-built and has a soft latex covering over its plastic shell for additional grip. It has a right-handed, ergonomic design with a thumb rest that also functions as a button you can press to enable gesture controls.

    Its standout features include its two scroll wheels, which help speed up document and spreadsheet navigation. The top scroll wheel unlocks automatically past a certain speed for free-scrolling, and the thumb wheel allows you to scroll horizontally. You can connect this mouse wirelessly over Bluetooth or its USB receiver. You can also rely on Bluetooth support to wirelessly pair up to three devices simultaneously, which can be helpful if you need to use multiple devices throughout the day.

    Unfortunately, it's on the larger side, so users with smaller hands might have difficulty reaching the side buttons and side scroll wheel. Also, the included rubber charging cable is stiff and gets caught on surfaces, which may be irritating if you need to use your mouse while it charges. This one is a fantastic choice if you're seeking something with a premium look and feel that has lots of features and a conventional ergonomic shape that's comfortable to use for long periods.

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Compared to other brands


  • Very well-built. Most of Logitech's mice are made of very sturdy feeling materials. The mice don't flex much, and the buttons are clicky and responsive.
  • Excellent sensor performance. Logitech is known for making high-performance mouse sensors that are accurate and consistent, especially on their more gaming-oriented models.
  • Amazing customization options. The Logitech G HUB software is robust and allows for a lot of customization, whether you want to control your sensitivity or your RGB lighting. It's also available on macOS, making a Logitech mouse a versatile option for people who have both Windows and Mac computers.
  • Stiff cable. Logitech mice tend to have stiff cables that tangle up and retain kinks from the way they've been packaged.

Overall, Logitech makes quite a few very good mice, and they're some of the best-performing options we've tested. While Logitech got their start making mice for office work, these days, Logitech's gaming division produces amazing gaming mice, and they've been pioneers in improving wireless technologies. Their most recent sensors are widely considered some of the best available. As cutting-edge as they may be, they still make very good wired mice and continue to make a wide range of mice at all price points. Unfortunately, their higher-end wireless options tend to be expensive, but since they make a lot of different mice, you're more than likely going to find one that fits your budget.

Recent Updates

  1. Mar 29, 2022: Made minor adjustments for accuracy and verified all picks are available and continue to represent the best choices for their respective categories; made no changes to our recommendations.

  2. Jan 28, 2022: Confirmed all picks are currently available and remain the best choices in their respective categories—also updated text for clarity and accuracy.

  3. Nov 30, 2021: Verified picks for accuracy and availability; no changes.

  4. Oct 01, 2021: Verified picks for availability and updated text for clarity; no changes to picks.

  5. Aug 03, 2021: Updated text for accuracy. Verified picks remain available for purchase and continue to represent the best recommendations in their categories.

Conclusion

Logitech makes a variety of different mice, and they also create their own sensors, which are often used in their gaming mice. They're more than likely to have a mouse that suits your needs.

See our recommendations for the best mice, the best gaming mice, and the best wireless mice.

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