Best Wireless Gaming Mouse [2019]


Best Overall Wireless Gaming Mouse: CORSAIR Harpoon RGB Wireless
For more than a fair price the Corsair Harpoon RGB Wireless offers more than enough to be a great option for pretty much every gamer out there. The 10,000 DPI optical sensor, the 6 customizable buttons plus the 250 DPI sniper mode and the 60 hours of battery life make it our overall favorite of the options we looked at. With a weight of 99gr (pretty much average), you can’t really go wrong here.

Best Premium Wireless Gaming Mouse: SteelSeries Rival 650
In came into this article with a budget above $100, we recommend you take a very good look at the SteelSeries Rival 650. This high-end gaming mouse comes with a 12,000 CPI, 350 IPS optical 1 to 1 tracking sensor, which is often used by esports pros. Fully charged it lasts 24 hours and after that a quick 15 minute charge will get you an addition 10 hours of use. The stand-out feature this mouse offer is the ability to add an remove weights to your liking, which is a huge bonus.

Best Budget Wireless Gaming Mouse: E-Blue Mazer II
In case you are on a budget the E-Blue Mazer II really is the way to go. You don’t need to drop a lot of money to get a decent wireless gaming mouse in 2019. There are dozens of different brands competing for your money and they all undercut each other in price, making their margins razor thin. The E-Blue Mazer II might not last as long as the more expensive options on this list, but it covers all the basics. Decent battery life, a reliable transmission and a good adjustable sensor is all you really need and the E-Blue Mazer II checks all those boxes.

How We Picked

So you have your comfortable cushioned gaming chair, your high-end computer with all the GPU and RAM you could ever need (probably still not enough for Minecraft on max settings). You got your headset on, and you’re ready to start. You sit in that seat and play some CS:GO, but you just aren’t hitting those headshots. Of course, it’s definitely NOT your lack of skill. It must be something else. And since there is no other hardware left to blame, it’s probably your mouse. Time to upgrade!

It is funny how many people overlook this vital piece of gaming equipment. They believe that if they have a decent PC and good ping that their mouse is just used for pointing and clicking, but that’s not really true. The mouse turns into your tool. It is the one thing that can make or break your game. But finding that perfect mouse that fits your gaming style can be a little tricky.

If you go online, you will see that there are tons to choose from and a price range that will fit any budget. But lucky you, we have narrowed down the search so that you can pick the best gaming wireless mouse to suit your needs.

E-Blue Mazer II

The E-Blue Mazer II offers a sleek sci-fi design with a comfortable thumb rest. The mouse works for large and small hands and across all platforms whether you use a PC, Mac, or even a tablet. All you need is a USB port to fit the receiver into and you are set.

E-Blue Mazer II Package

The Mazer comes with seven buttons. There are five usable buttons, plus the scroll wheel, and the DPI adjustment. Each button on the mouse can be programmed, but require additional programs like X-Mouse or the manufacturer software you can download here.

E-Blue Mazer II side

Don’t let the low price fool you. The Mazer II is durable and feels strong and sturdy, definitely not like cheap china plastic. With its 140gr they could’ve made it a little lighter, but this really comes down to personal preference. As for battery life, using average AA batteries will be able to power the mouse for months. This mouse does require two AA batteries to operate, and a set is included when you purchase the mouse. If you are wondering about the range of the mouse, you can get up to 7″ away from your computer and still have a solid connection which is cool if you want to use it in combination with a console and a TV or something.

Mazer II on black background

You will find that the Mazer II comes with three settings, on, off, and on with lights. The mouse glides smoothly and you will find that the clicking is like a regular mouse with no extra sounds. As for the scroll wheel, it spins smoothly. But if you’re looking for one that offers continuous spin, the Mazer is not for you as you have to guide the wheel with your thumb instead of just pushing and letting it go.

The only real issue with the Mazer II is the receiver. It’s a little fragile, so we would definitely recommend to unplug it everything you are transporting your laptop in a case where there might be a chance that it could take a hit. If you do have issues with the receiver, you can get a replacement quickly or buy one online for a few bucks.

E-Blue Mazer II bottom

All in all though, the Mazer II is great value for the price. Great battery life, sleek design, comfortable fit, and is compatible with several devices. If you want a decent gaming mouse without a heavy price tag, then the Mazer II might be exactly what you have been looking for.


  • Works with any kind of device that has USB ports
  • Amazing battery life
  • Comfortable fitting with a thumb rest
  • Low cost for a well working gaming mouse

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Logitech G305 Lightspeed

Logitech G305 Lightspeed top

The Logitech G305 Lightspeed isn’t as flashy as the Mazer II, but don’t let the simplistic design make you think the mouse is cheap. Logitech G305 is sturdy, very well balanced as far as weight goes and the sides of the mouse are textured plastic adding extra gripping.

Battery life is outstanding with 250 hours of gameplay on a single AA battery in high mode. However, if you switch to low mode, you’ll find that the battery can last up to nine months. Plus the battery is rechargeable by using the USB cord that comes with the mouse.

Logitech G305 Lightspeed

If you are looking for a quiet mouse, you’ll find that the G305 clicks a bit louder than other gaming mouses. The thumb buttons don’t offer a lot of resistance and there is a slightly longer but very consistent travel distance for the left- and right click buttons. Overall the G305 feels great to use.

When it comes to the range of the receiver, you can get up to 10 feet before losing signal with the computer. It utilizes a Logitech Hero 12000 DPI sensor. The G305 offers you four DPI options which is controlled by the scroll wheel and comes with six buttons that you can customize. If you are concerned with latency, you won’t have any issues with this mouse. Logitech’s so called “Lightspeed” technology is supposed to be faster than wired connections, with a 1ms report time. If you switch into low mode (increased battery life) polling rate is locked at 125 HZ and the response time goes from 1 MS up to 8MS, which will work for Minecraft but might not be such a good idea when you play Fortnite.

Logitech G305 Lightspeed Sensor

Just like the Mazer, the G305 can be used on a variety of devices including PC and Mac. As long as there is a USB port for the receiver, you can use this mouse.

Logitech G305 Lightspeed in black

Overall, you’ll be pleased with the G305. It is lightweight, sleek, offers a compartment for the receiver and is super responsive. As for the price, you will find that the G305 is half the price of G703 but still has all the features of the G703.

The images are above are from SilencedTech’s review of this mouse: