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.
Roccat Kain 120 AIMO gaming mouse
The Kain 120 was an excellent wired gaming mouse at $70, but at its current price of $30 it’s an absolute steal. Its Omron switches combined with the company’s Titan Click button hinges give you responsive clicks no matter where you press. Large front and rear PTFE (aka Teflon) feet help it glide effortlessly.
The DPI button on top lets you rifle through five settings up to the sensor’s top 16,000dpi speed. The thumb button options on the left side are large and well-positioned. And all the buttons and lights are completely programmable with Roccat’s Swarm app. Oddly, one of the best features of this mouse (and other Roccat gaming mice) is the coating the company uses that gives the body a soft, grippy feel while still being dirt- and wear-resistant.
ROCCAT Kain 120 Aimo Review - First Impressions
Hope you guys enjoy, the Kain was a pleasure to test and I didn't have many gripes with it. I'd 100% recommend trying this to people looking for new "Ergo" ...