The 6 Best Wireless Gamer of 2020

Best Wireless Gamer Mice

Wireless technology had dominated several branches of the market, converting even those who doubted that this technology would succeed due to some problems such as delays and possible lags when the technology was in its initial stages, where it was not very well accepted by the gamer audience generally. Today we came with a guide to buying the best wireless gaming mice for you to buy without regret and make the most of this new technology that will still improve a lot in the coming years.

Why Buy a Wireless Gamer Mouse?

Practicality and Convenience.

These are undoubtedly the main factors that lead people to invest in a wireless gaming mouse.

The practicality and convenience of abandoning the “wires that bind us” once and for all provide unparalleled freedom, making it possible to organize your gamer setup better and make your life easier (enough) when taking the mouse use elsewhere.

Is it Worth Buying a Wireless Gamer Mouse?

When it was in its early stages of development, it is a fact that wireless technology had several problems that were not very striking for the gamer audience.

Currently, the vast majority of these problems have already been fixed, causing some of the best wireless mouse gamers to have response times very similar to some wireless mice available on the market.

Buying Guide: How to Buy a Wireless Gamer Mouse?

This is one of the very recurring and common doubts that we have today.

Technology is advancing at such a rapid pace that we are often unable to keep up with all the changes and innovations they bring.

Suppose you are not very familiar with more technical terms. In that case, when looking at a mouse’s technical data, for example, you can get very confused, being wholly lost with so much information.

We will try to take the most relevant topics when buying a mouse and explain them more simply and directly, helping you to understand and learn more about the subject and thus be able to choose the best gamer mouse for you.


The vast majority of mice today already have a sensor at least “reasonable”.

However, we know that a simple “reasonable” is not for gamers because, with so many precise movements in games, any failure or instability can mean defeat.

And since the mouse is certainly the peripheral most used by gamers (in conjunction with the keyboard, of course), the importance of choosing a quality sensor is very clear.

When looking at the mouse sensors’ specifications, it is widespread to come across some terms like the following.


A mouse’s DPIs (or dots per inch) indicate how “sensitive” it is. The higher this value, the more the mouse cursor will be able to move with less movement.

In other words, we can say that the higher this value, the more accurate the mouse is and the more recommended it is.

Software Acceleration

This is an exciting technology that we have implemented in most mice today, and many people use it without realizing it.

The distance traveled by the mouse must always be the same as the distance traveled by the cursor on the screen.

Via software, your mouse (or mousepad) makes corrections that help you in this process, accelerating the cursor’s movement if you move the mouse faster.

Take and do the following test:

Move the mouse a small distance slowly and see where the cursor has ended up. Now repeat the process is moving that same distance. Just do it quickly.

Did you see that the mouse went farther? That’s precisely what the acceleration emulated via software does for you.

Pool Rate

Measured in Hertz (Hz), this measure expresses the number of times the mouse exchanges information with your computer.

It is a standardized value, but it is essential to understand the usefulness of this.

The higher the Pool Rate, the more accurate the cursor will move across the screen.

Values ‚Äč‚Äčabove 500Hz are almost indistinguishable; that is, we don’t even notice any difference since the accuracy is already excellent. Some gaming mice allow you to customize this value in your settings.

Optical or Laser Sensor: What’s the Difference?

The majority (almost 100%) of gaming mice use optical sensors in their construction.

The difference between them is this:

  • Laser Sensors: They work on more surfaces such as glass, for example, because they have more accurate sensing technology. However, this is also a negative point since mapping mousepads, for instance, can get lost in the fibers of the fabric and cause instability in your favorite games. Also, they are more inaccurate at higher DPI rates.
  • Optical Sensors: Optical sensors are the best option today if you are looking for precision as they are the most stable even at higher DPI rates.

TheGamingSetup guys made a super cool article on this topic and cited them as the best sensors on the market. Although we included some on their list, they were our source of information regarding the sensor models, worth reading if you deem it necessary.

Among the optical sensors available and most used in the gaming mouse market, we can separate them into two categories.

Top of the line sensors

  • Pixart PMW3366
  • Pixart PMW3360
  • Pixart PMW3361
  • HERO Sensor
  • Mercury Sensor
  • TrueMove 3 (custom 3360)
  • Pixart PMW3389

Intermediate Sensors

  • Pixart PMW3310
  • Pixart PMW3320
  • TrueMove 1


Durability and resistance are always crucial when choosing a mouse because, as they are devices used daily, it must last a long time.

It is worth checking people’s comments before buying the mouse and choosing models that use aluminum or reinforced plastic in their construction.

It is essential to consider that the mouse’s construction is the outer part and the internal one because the components’ quality is as important as the outer part of the device.

Battery Life

When purchasing a wireless mouse, it is worth remembering that you will be free of cables and wires, but will end up being held hostage by the battery life.

Typically, manufacturers have average battery life in the device’s specifications, so it’s worth taking a look and seeing if the amount of hours away from a charger (or new batteries) meets your needs.

Ranking: What is the Best Wireless Gamer Mouse?

Now that you’ve learned more about these devices check out our recommendations for the best wireless gaming mice available on the market.

Any questions or model suggestions to include in our list, leave a comment below.


Logitech G903

Best Wireless Gamer Mouse for Most People

  • WHAT WE LIKEOutstanding performance
  • Exclusive wireless charging technology
  • Good Durability
  • Hand fitting is perfect for either right-handed or left-handed
  • Various customization options
  • Lightweight, comfortable with smooth sliding
  • WHAT WE DON’T LIKEexpensive
  • The ambidextrous format is not very ergonomic

Surpassing all other models, the Logitech G903 is, according to our analysis, the best wireless gaming mouse available on the market.

The Logitech G903 is a super gaming mouse suitable for the vast majority of people. It is an excellent option because it is an ambidextrous model, and with a more sober and discreet design, we sometimes see in gaming mice without anything too exaggerated.

The PMW3366 sensor guarantees an accuracy worthy of its price, which is unfortunately relatively salty.

Its 11 buttons (according to the manufacturer) have a durability of 50 million clicks. Such buttons can be a negative point for MOBA players, who commonly purchase mice with more buttons to set up extra macros for their games.

Its software is intuitive and easy to use, but it ends up sinning in RGB customization, not allowing as many customizations as the Razer and Corsair software provide.


Logitech G603 Hero

Best Cost-Effective Wireless Gamer Mouse

  • WHAT WE LIKEGreat wireless performance
  • AA battery life 
  • Good Durability
  • Comfortable design
  • Affordable price
  • WHAT WE DON’T LIKEWithout rechargeable battery
  • Could have more customization features
  • Heavier than other Logitech models (two AA batteries)

The Logitech G603 is an alternative wireless intermediate gaming mouse, making it the right choice for anyone looking to buy a quality mouse without paying a fortune for it.

The G603 was one of the first Logitech mice to feature a new sensor: HERO, which also makes it onto our list of top of the line sensors on the market and has the same rate of 12,000 DPIs.

The mouse runs on two AA batteries and guarantees about 500 hours of gaming. An interesting detail is that this mouse has its power management system, allowing you to choose two modes of operation: the HI, which provides the best mouse performance, with 1ms response time rates, and the LO, which extends battery life for up to 18 months but increasing response time to 8ms.

Also, the mouse makes use of Logitech’s LIGHTSPEED system as well, which allows you to use the same mouse on several different devices, switching between them using just one button.

It is undoubtedly a mouse with more accessible value. Still, it provides everything we expect from a top of the line in terms of performance, leaving something desired only in the number of buttons for macro.


Logitech G305

Best Cheap Wireless Gamer Mouse

  • WHAT WE LIKEResponse time 1 ms
  • Cheap
  • Battery life (AA batteries)
  • LIGHTSPEED Technology
  • Easy to use and customize
  • Excellent construction quality
  • WHAT WE DON’T like the battery is not rechargeable
  • No Bluetooth option
  • Few customization features 

If you’re really on a budget or don’t want to spend a lot, the Logitech G305 is our recommendation for you.

With a more subtle and simple design than the other models mentioned here, the Logitech G305 has only six programmable buttons, being a right choice for more casual games and day-to-day use, but not being highly recommended for gamers who enjoy games of MOBA or make a lot of use of macros.

The great positive point of this mouse is in the excellent price x quality ratio. Even though our recommendation of a cheap wireless gamer mouse still uses the HERO sensor, which is one of the best on the market.

It is a light and extremely compact mouse to use, being an excellent option for those who play on a gamer notebook and need to keep their gamer equipment close by.


Logitech MX Vertical

Best Ergonomic Wireless Gamer Mouse

  • WHAT WE LIKEFuturistic ergonomic design
  • Excellent Bluetooth or USB connectivity
  • Programmable buttons
  • Amazing performance
  • Textured thumb rest
  • Perfect hand fitting
  • WHAT WE DON’T LIKENeed some time to adapt
  • Extra slow features
  • It is not a high-intensity mouse 

Suppose your support and use other equipment focusing on ergonomics and want to bet on a completely different way of playing your games. In that case, the Logitech MX Vertical is our recommendation for you.

We are still going to write a specific article about vertical mice and their benefits, but in advance, this type of mouse is wholly focused on reducing the number of movements made by hand.

Logitech’s MX series models have a clear focus on ergonomics, all of which are of excellent quality and using the most sophisticated resources available on the market, all for better comfort when using such products.

With its distinctive shape, the MX Vertical reduces muscle tension and improves wrist and hand posture, in addition to considerably reducing the movements you make with your hand.

It is undoubtedly a mouse, unlike any other. Despite having a rate of 4,000 DPIs, being relatively smaller than the others mentioned in this list, this is indeed one of the best gaming mice focusing on ergonomics available in the Brazilian market.


Corsair Harpoon RGB

Good Performance Wireless Gamer Mouse

  • WHAT WE LIKEFast and accurate
  • Solid construction
  • RGB lighting
  • Battery Life
  • Six programmable buttons
  • Easy to use and program
  • Excellent performance
  • The internal storage of your game profiles
  • WHAT WE DON’T LIKENo lighting adjustments
  • It may be small for some hands

And as an excellent intermediate mouse option, the Corsair Harpoon RGB did very well, being a direct competitor to the Logitech G305.

With its 10,000 DPIs and an intermediate sensor (PMW3320), it is slightly behind the G305 in this regard.

With median battery life, the Harpoon has three modes of use: via cable, charging the device while you can use it; via Bluetooth lasting about 10 hours; or even pairing the mouse with the universal USB receiver that comes with it, reaching its best time, about 60 hours.

It is a straightforward mouse with only 6 buttons and a few lighting locations.

It also has 1ms of response time, which is already expected of gaming mice in this price range and still has a simple design without significant highlights. It is a charming and minimalist mouse.


Steelseries Sensei Wireless

Best Wireless Gamer Mouse for Hardcore Gamers

  • WHAT WE LIKEFully adjustable
  • Ambidextrous
  • Wired or wireless connection
  • Battery level indicators
  • Programmable, with optional battery saving mode
  • 8,200dpi adjustable sensor
  • Ergonomic design
  • Battery life
  • It takes a while to connect
  • To charge the PC, it must always be connected

And to close our list of recommendations, we have the Sensei Wireless gamer mouse, which has some interesting details like a laser sensor, something not very common in mice in this category.

SteelSeries presents the same 1ms response time as its competitors in this article, having an ambidextrous design and a very sober appearance, being almost entirely black.

With 8,200 DPI, the Pixart ADNS 9800 sensor has good adhesion to most materials in which it is used, practically dispensing with a mousepad. This characteristic was already expected, given that this sensor (unlike the others mentioned here) is a laser.

Its battery leaves a little to be desired, enduring only about 20 hours away from your charging stand. Such a frame must be connected to the connected computer to charge the mouse.

With its 8 programmable buttons, the Sensei Wireless is an alternative to consider if you need a mouse to take with you when playing games and want to dispense with the use of mousepads, being able to use it on almost any surface.


Wireless gaming mice have undoubtedly improved a lot in recent years. With each passing year, they get even better, adopting better sensors and implementing new technologies to improve this equipment’s accuracy and overall quality.

If you are a gamer who uses a gamer notebook and ends up enjoying his games in the most diverse places, choosing a wireless mouse can be extremely useful for you.

But if you spend more time at home, you don’t intend to take your PC Gamer anywhere else and don’t mind having wires spread across your desk; a gamer mouse should satisfy you very well.

We hope this article has helped you understand more about wireless gaming mice, their features, and technologies.

If you still have doubts on this subject or have any suggestions of what you want to see here on the blog, be sure to comment below that we will be delighted to help you.