Best gaming mouse 2020: Our top mice picks for ultimate control and precision

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Arm yourself with our recommendations for best gaming mouse of 2020. We've come up with a list of great gaming mice to give you ultimate control and precision in your battles, no matter your budget.

PC gaming brands are killing it these days with so many choices for top gaming mice, from the likes of Razer, Logitech and many more. There are so many choices - these are just a few of our favourites...

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The best wired gaming mouse: Razer DeathAdder V2

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Although it costs way less than many of its competitors, the Razer DeathAdder V2 is still basically the best overall gaming mouse on the market today.

If you need a mouse that will hold up to endless hours of use without straining your arm or losing its edge, the DeathAdder V2 is essential. You'll forget it's even in your hand, but you'll notice the performance it delivers. It supports up to 20,000 DPI and features eight programmable buttons and RGB lighting.

A true top-end player for a reasonable cost.

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The best wireless mouse: Logitech G502 LIGHTSPEED

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Logitech's G502 LIGHTSPEED mouse is often cited as the best wireless gaming mouse, and for good reason. The whole 'G' range is great for gamers of all levels and budgets, and this mouse is the crowning jewel.

16,000 DPI control, 11 programmable buttons and hyper-fast response times make this a must-buy for anyone serious about PC gaming. Tried, tested and t'rrific.

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The best left-handed mouse: SteelSeries Sensei 310

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Left-handed gamers can have it quite hard, with only a select range of mice, keyboards and other controllers designed to suit their specific needs. The SteelSeries Sensei 310 is one of the best ambidextrous gaming mice you can buy.

Available for under £50, this is a great all-round gaming mouse with smooth movement thanks to the Custom TrueMove3 12,000 CPI optical sensor, durable split-trigger buttons and many more features.

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The best gaming mouse for speed: Razer Viper Ultimate

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Another high-end wireless gaming mouse, the Razer Viper Ultimate boasts up to 20,000 DPI sensitivity over the Logitech G502 LIGHTSPEED's 16,000. So if you need that little bit extra control, check this one out.

PC gamers should be no strangers to Razer, with almost everyone having enjoyed at least one piece of the company's premium-grade gear at some point. This is no different, delivering epic speed and precision when you need it most.

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The best cheap wireless mouse: Corsair Harpoon RGB

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For those of us who don't have a spare £120+ to spend on a wireless gaming mouse, Corsair's Harpoon RGB offers a budget version with nonetheless great performance.

The mouse competes with many up to twice as expensive, offering up to 16,000 DPI, six programmable buttons and 60 hours battery life. It also features RGB LED lighting and can be charged simply by USB, so there's no faffing around needed.

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The best mouse under £30: Logitech G203 LightSync

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For between £20 and £30, you can't go wrong with this mouse from Logitech's proven 'G' gaming range. The Lightsync is a slightly stronger version than the uber-popular

G203 Prodigy

, with up to 8,000 DPI as opposed to that mouse's 6,000.

If you're looking for something really cheap without straying from the proven path, then this is your very best bet. Look out for regular deals on this one, too.

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