10 Best Wireless Gaming Mouse 2020

Having a wireless option means freedom and a lack of physical constraints that you may otherwise experience through their wired counterparts. Over the years gaming has evolved, where more and more users are opting to go for wireless gaming gear. Being long-time gamers and tech enthusiasts, we too built up a preference for wireless gaming, mostly due to how easy it is when compared to the wired versions of the same device. In this article, we will be looking at some of the best wireless gaming mice out there. The products mentioned have been personally tested by us over a duration of 15 days, which we felt was enough to come to a conclusion on the quality and performance of the product.

10 Best Wireless Gaming Mouse 2020

Here Are the 10 Best Wireless Gaming Mouse 2020

1) Logitech G502 Lightspeed

Logitech G502 Lightspeed
Logitech G502

While expensive as it is don’t let the price tag pull you down as the Logitech G502 Lightspeed is probably the best wireless gaming mouse in its category, packed in with tons of features such as a 16000 DPI HERO sensor, a 40+ hours battery capacity, and 11 programmable buttons to make your life easier.

This wireless gaming mouse is compatible with the Logitech powerplay charging mat meaning you can charge it while playing. It had no lag or delay while playing latency intense games such as Counterstrike and Pubg, meaning it is as good as it gets. The software, however, was a pain to use, G hub is Logitech’s new software and it’s an essential part of the mouse. G hub felt overly complex and required a heft amount of effort to carry out even the simplest of customizations. we would recommend that you turn off the RGB lighting as it gives a significant boost to battery efficiency.

The mouse even had an adjustable weight system which we found to be extremely useful as not everyone had the same weight preference when it came to mice; some liked it light for mobility, some liked it heavy for better control. If you bear up with its expensive price tag, Logitech G502 Lightspeed is probably the best choice to go with at the moment.

2) Corsair Harpoon RGB Wireless

Corsair Harpoon RGB
Corsair Harpoon RGB


The Corsair Harpoon RGB Wireless utilizes the infamous Slipstream corsair wireless technology to provide seamless connectivity without any delay. The mouse comes in with the Optical PixArt PMW3325 sensor with a DPI of 10000 which is pretty good. It has 6 programmable buttons and supports both 2.4GHz connectivity and Bluetooth; we opted to use the 2.4GHz connection as the Bluetooth felt a bit buggy.

It had a fantastic battery life of almost 50+ hours with RGB enabled, which is pretty impressive. The side buttons can be reprogrammed using Corsairs iCue software but as always the iCue gets a bit messy as it’s still clunky. We did, however, feel that the mouse wasn’t the most comfortable especially towards users with large palm sizes as it has a sort of a more compact design.

With a price tag that’s lower than most other wireless gaming mice out there, the Corsair Harpoon RGB gives a fantastic bang for your buck.

3) Logitech G903

Logitech G903
Logitech G903

If you are a left-hander or if you just need an ambidextrous wireless gaming mouse this is probably the best option. However, it does not come cheap, but this is easily justifiable by what this mouse has to offer. First of all, let me start by saying that the mouse looks gorgeous, it has that symmetrical world-class workmanship that you would want from a premium product.

The buttons in the Logitech G903 are probably the most tactile buttons we have used to date; they are crisp and clean and provide outstanding feedback on each press. The lightspeed wireless technology in the device ensures that there is no delay with next-gen connectivity. In the 15 days of its testing, we did not face any major connectivity issues or technical issues, but something we all agreed on is that the scroll key required a more than average force to actuate; maybe it was a device error or a trait of the model, but nevertheless, it did get in our way of satisfaction.

The mouse was also too light even with the weights added, this may be a pro for some but we emphasize the fact that it was still too lighter after adding extra weights. If you can digest its high price tag, this is probably the best wireless gaming mouse for ambidextrous lovers and wireless mouse enthusiasts in general.

4) Razer Basilisk Ultimate

Razer Basilisk Ultimate
Razer Basilisk Ultimate

The Razer Basilisk Ultimate is one of those mice that feel extremely comfortable to use; you can literally use this mouse for hours without getting those annoying cramps in the thumb area. It is quite expensive, standing well over the price of an average wireless gaming mouse. This mouse is well suited towards larger hand types as well, allowing a large population of users to comfortably nest their palms in the mouse for minimum discomfort.

It has onboard memory which supports up to 5 profiles but for some reason, it does not hold customized RGB settings which we found to be weird. The optical switches need some time to get used to, but after that, they are pretty easy to work with. Its hyperspeed wireless technology and a new power-efficient sensor allow users to have almost 100 hours of uninterrupted usage which awesome as we only needed to charge the mouse once every 5 days or so.

It does not support Bluetooth so it can only connect to one device at a single instance of use, so long multi-tasking. While none of these features affected the performance of the mouse negatively, the weight of the mouse did; the mouse was pretty heavy and needed some effort to move around but thanks to the PTFE glides, this was minimized to a certain extent.

5) Razer Viper Ultimate

Razer Viper Ultimate
Razer Viper Ultimate

The Razer Viper Ultimate is probably the go-to mouse for any FPS lover that requires a wireless mouse. The mouse has an extremely high DPI rating of 20000 which means a lightning speed pointer is certainly possible. It has a great ambidextrous shape which allowed our left-handed users to handle the mouse with ease. The mouse was not light or heavy and stood at a comfortable weight class that’s just below 75 grams.

The Razer 5G optical sensor and its revolutionary optical switches give the device an exceptional performance rating. However, during use, we felt that the lighter weight combined with the slickness of the mouse feet made it a bit too smooth, even while on mousepads this issue continued to occur. The texture of the mouse was amazing and it stops your hands from getting all sweaty after a few hours of use.

The mouse was not designed well for smaller hand sizes, as some of our testers complained of difficulties especially due to the arch of the mouse not fitting with the palm properly. On certain occasions, especially during fast-paced FPS gameplay, the side buttons did get pressed down accidentally which may cause issues. Overall, if you are a fan of FPS games or if you are into esports this might be the one for you.

6) Logitech G Pro Wireless

Logitech G Pro

The Logitech G Pro Wireless comes in designed for Esports use and also with a pretty hefty price tag. Its HERO 16K sensor supports 16000DPI and boasts almost 10 times the power efficiency, which was not a hoax as we only needed to charge the mouse every 48 hours or so just as stated. The Logitech G Pro Wireless comes armed with 4-8 buttons; users can remove the side buttons to have only what they need; this was pretty awesome as it completely removed the possibility of accidentally pressing unwanted side buttons.

There was no delay in clicks thanks to the Lightspeed technology and each click had insane tactile feedback; almost like a cracking a thin sheet of glass each time you pressed down. The scroll wheel had pretty good resistance, but it is a shame that it cannot be customized accordingly.

The mouse is lightweight, weighing only 80g but once you add in the Powerplay module it does become a bit too heavy, so we do not recommend having it on the build unless it is absolutely necessary.

7) SteelSeries Rival 650

SteelSeries Rival 650
SteelSeries Rival 650

The infamous SteelSeries Rival is probably good enough to make any list and so it does once again on ours as well. The SteelSeries Rival 650 comes in with a 12000 CPI TrueMove 3 Optical sensor system which is SteelSeries’s most advanced sensor. TrueMove 3 provides 1 to 1 tracking of movement along with depth perception that makes it an outstanding choice for esports fanatics.

The most interesting characteristic of this mouse was its battery, it goes on for 24 hours with a single charge and if depleted you can use its quick charge feature which allows 10 hours of gameplay on a 15-minute charge; this came in handy so many times and we absolutely loved it. It has silicon sides that felt a bit mushy during use and although it looks good, you can say the same thing about how it feels while being used.

The buttons were tactile as expected of a mouse in this quality range, but the clicks were a bit stiff, which means they are a bit less spammable; would be an issue for MMO users. The addition of an external weight system was an absolute delight. We felt that the design of the mouse would be more comfortable on large hand sizes as smaller hands suffered a bit from the length of the mouse.

8) Logitech G604 Lightspeed

Logitech G604 Lightspeed
Logitech G604 Lightspeed

The Logitech G604 Lightspeed is another wireless gaming mouse that caters really well to the needs of the typical MMO gamer. It comes with an Optical HERO 16K sensor which provides up to 16000 DPI and is extremely efficient in power; throughout the Logitech G604 Lightspeed’s testing stage we only had to charge it twice as the battery lasted over 200 hours.

It does not have any fancy lighting effects however, this is one of the reasons why it has such great battery life. The main buttons of the mouse are made to be pretty crisp and tactile but the side buttons don’t compliment that trait well enough; they are pretty mushy.

The mouse supports G hub, which is Logitech’s newest software and it is pretty glitchy even after the countless bug fixes Logitech managed to dish out; the dpi settings and customizations randomly got reset and the onboard memory did not function as expected on countless occasions.

The weight of both the mouse and the AA battery does add up, making the wireless gaming mouse sit at almost 110g; the added weight of this mouse makes it better for MMO’s and MOBA games as the weight might interfere with fast-paced FPS action.

9) Razer Lancehead

Razer Lancehead
Razer Lancehead

Another ambidextrous mouse from Razer that took us some convincing to buy due to the fact that it was not as ergonomic as the others in this list was the Razer Lancehead. We felt that the mouse was a bit too hard to hold as it needed a firm grip that tired out our hands pretty quick; which kind of made this wireless gaming mouse better suited towards larger hands.

It has a 50 Hour battery which did not last 50 hours of playtime, as it ran out near the 38-hour mark, which was expected. The mouse has a high-quality 16000 DPI sensor which screams precision. Its 9 programmable buttons and the RGB chroma lighting can be easily customized with the Razer Synapse software.

The buttons were fully mechanical and had a crisp tactile crunch when pressed, but they were a bit too tight, which means if you are an MMO player, this may pose some complications. Another good thing about this mouse is that it does not look super crazy, so it can easily blend in with your regular workstyles.

10) ROG Strix Carry

ROG Strix Carry
ROG Strix Carry

If you are a gamer whose always on the go, traveling about the ROG Strix Carry might just be the mouse for you. Visually it did not blow us away at all, as it had a very basic minimalistic view that makes it look almost similar to a traditional office mouse; may be a turn-off for some, as they prefer the hellhound appearance which most gaming mice offer these days.

Here’s where it gets interesting, the ROG Strix Carry has an insane battery life, clocking in at 300 hours on its 2.4GHz connection and 400 on its Bluetooth; meaning you probably would not need to replace its batteries frequently. It has a high precision PMW3330 Optical sensor with 7200 DPI, although it is not crazy high on the DPI like most other gaming mice here, it does fare well enough.

The mouse is a bit heavy and feels better on bigger hands as smaller ones would have trouble gripping on to its rounded design without adding extra force. We did not have any connections issues during the 15 days of use which is a pretty good sign as most other battery-life-centered mice showed signs of poor connectivity. Overall, it is a pretty awesome piece of equipment to have.


Here is our list of the best wireless gaming mice out there in the market today. From performance-centered gaming mice to absolute beasts of portability; it’s all here in this list. We have added our personal opinions on these wireless gaming mice after they underwent the trials which we usually run our products by, allowing you to make the correct choice without having any conflicts.

If you’re looking for more options for which gaming mouse to choose then you can check out our article on Best Gaming Mouse of 2020.

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