For gaming purpose sometimes you find a thousands of mice to choose from better to best. Therefore choosing a single size and style is a lot more complicated than scouring Amazon’s lists or Reddit to find an answer, particularly if you’re thinking about the budget. Therefore, If you’ve never shopped for a gaming mouse before, then it’s wise you should head to a store, if that’s an option, to try some out before buying.
Before buying your desired gaming mouse, the key factors are paramount to the best possible gaming experience — such as ergonomic design, weight, wired or wireless, the mouse’s sensor, number and positions of buttons, how programmable or open to customization it is, wired or wireless connection and, of course, lighting.
Steelseries Rival 3 gaming mouse
Steelseries already has an excellent cheap gaming mouse in its lineup with the ambidextrous Sensei 310, which is further down on this list. However, its new $30 Steelseries Rival 3 is also surprisingly decent for a cheap mouse. The ergonomic right-handed six-button mouse is very light at 77g (2.7 oz.) and uses the company’s TrueMove Core sensor with an 8,500 CPI and one-to-one tracking for precise movement. This wired mouse uses the same switches as its $120 Steelseries Rival 650 mouse and, while the buttons require a little more force than others we’ve tested, it has a fair amount of configuration possibilities, including three zones of RGB LED lights that Steelseries says are the brightest its used in any mouse.
SteelSeries Rival 3 Review! The $30 Light Gaming Mouse!
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