If you’re still looking for accessories to perfect your home office setup or boost your gaming rig, you can’t forget about your mouse. After all, working on a laptop trackpad for long hours can be difficult. We’ve put together some of the best mouse deals available right now to help you reach a decision.
Just like our list of the best monitor deals, mice can be divided into two basic categories: Office and gaming. Office mice are often ergonomic and wireless, though they typically only have a few buttons. Gaming mice, on the other hand, have programmable buttons that you can use to grab the upper hand in games.
Best mouse deals
Many of our office mice are from Logitech, while Razer is a go-to for gaming equipment. All of these deals were live at the time of writing, but we’ll update the list as we find new options.
Office mouse deals
Logitech pretty much has computer mice figured out, which you’ll see as the list goes on. Each one includes a unifying receiver that can be paired to other Logitech mice and keyboards as you upgrade.
See also: Best wireless keyboard deals
Logitech M525 wireless mouse
The Logitech M525 mouse is a good place to start. It’s budget-friendly with an ambidextrous design and up to three years of battery life. The M525 doesn’t really add bells or whistles, but it’s the most affordable option on the list and it offers advanced optical tracking plus micro-precise scrolling.
Microsoft Arc Mouse
One of the most unique mice on the list, the Microsoft Arc Mouse is a perfect option for portability. It folds flat like an old-school snap bracelet but you can bend it into shape in just seconds. Microsoft’s Arc Mouse is designed to match the Surface Pro aesthetic, though it works just as well with any other computer. You can grab the Arc Mouse in one of nine different colors to match your setup.
Logitech M705 Marathon wireless mouse
As the name suggests, the M705 Marathon wireless mouse is built to last in the long run. One battery can last up to three years, though you do lose the flexibility of connecting to three devices. The M705 Marathon uses the same laser-grade tracking and hyper-fast scrolling of the M720 Triathlon as well as the right-hand design.
Logitech MX Anywhere 2S wireless mouse
The Logitech MX Anywhere 2S is the most powerful and flexible Logitech mouse on the list. It does cost a bit more, but it’s rechargeable and the 4000-dpi Darkfield sensor tracks just about anywhere. The MX Anywhere 2S even tops the Triathlon with three-device connectivity and an upgrade to ultimate laser-grade tracking.
Our own Lily Katz named the Logitech MX Anywhere 2S as one of seven things that she uses every day.
Apple Magic Mouse 2
All of the Logitech options work for both Macs and PCs, though if you have a Mac you may decide that you want to stick to Apple products. Luckily, Apple offers the Magic Mouse 2 for just that reason. It’s rechargeable, but it looks like a dead bug and you can’t use it while you charge due to the port placement. The Magic Mouse 2 also supports Multi-Touch that allows you to perform simple swiping gestures between webpages.
See also: The best Apple MacBook Accessories
Gaming mouse deals
If Logitech has office mice figured out, then Razer has cornered the market on gaming mice. After all, the Razer DeathAdder Elite is one of the best-selling gaming mice of all time.
Logitech G402 Hyperion Fury mouse
The Logitech G402 Hyperion Fury mouse is proof that a gaming mouse doesn’t have to break the bank. It features eight programmable buttons, Fusion Engine sensor technology, and four DPI settings that you can change on the fly. Gaming rigs are all about the RGB lighting as well, and the G402 adds a blue glow to help you stand out.
Razer DeathAdder Elite mouse
The Razer DeathAdder Elite is one of the most popular gaming mice for a number of reasons. From the 16,000 DPI optical sensor to the customizable Chroma RGB lighting, it’s easy to make the DeathAdder your own. You can game your own way with seven programmable buttons and durable switches that can support up to 50 million clicks.
Razer Basilisk mouse
While the DeathAdder Elite is one of Razer’s best selling mice, the Basilisk makes a number of improvements for comfort and durability. It features an improved ergonomic design as well as a removable DPI clutch that allows you to change sensitivity on the fly. The Basilisk is designed with FPS gaming in mind and it retains the durable switches for every no-scope and door breach you can imagine.
Razer Atheris wireless mouse
If you want to ditch the wires and take your Razer mouse on the go, the Atheris is your best bet. It’s a small, ambidextrous option that connects either via USB dongle or Bluetooth with up to 350 hours of battery life. The Atheris is designed for portability over all-out power with five programmable buttons. You should have no problem clicking to your heart’s content as the switches are rated for 50 million clicks.
Logitech G903 Lightspeed wireless mouse
You might be surprised to see that the final option on the list isn’t from Razer, but rather Logitech. Well, the G903 Lightspeed blows the Lancehead away with 140 hours of rechargeable battery life, 11 programmable buttons, and flexible ambidextrous design. The G903 also matches Razer with a 16,000 DPI sensor and customizable RGB with 16.8 million color options.
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