How To Choose A Gaming Mouse

Choosing the right gaming mouse depends on many things such as the game you play, the platform you play it on, your preference, and many other factors. In this article, we will discuss some key things to consider when choosing a gaming mouse.

How To Choose A Gaming Mouse

What Is The Difference Between A Gaming Mouse from a Regular Mouse?

The biggest difference between a regular mouse and a gaming mouse is that the gaming mouse has more advanced features than a regular mouse.

While both can be used for basic computer use, the gaming mouse has many additional features that are designed to improve your gameplay.

This includes extra buttons, lighting, better tracking, and better software. 

Wired vs Wireless

Wireless mice are much more convenient, as you don’t have to deal with a cord that’s constantly getting tangled up or in the way. They also tend to be less expensive than their wired counterparts, so they’re a good option if you’re looking to save some cash.

Wireless mouse

However, there are also downsides to a wireless mouse. For example, you may experience a slight delay when moving your cursor.

This is because the mouse has to send data to the computer every time you move your hand, and this can lead to lag.

I personally recommend that you get a good wired mouse as wireless ones that don’t have any lag, are quite expensive.

DPI (Dots Per Inch)

The DPI is a measure of how sensitive the mouse is.

The higher the DPI, the more sensitive the mouse is, and the faster the cursor moves.

A higher DPI number means that the mouse is better for shooting games. This is because you’ll be able to aim quickly and not have to move your hand as much.

On the other hand, if you need more accuracy, you may want to lower the DPI.

Extra Buttons

Some gaming mice have extra buttons for macros and features, while others have buttons for changing the DPI and adjusting the sensitivity of the mouse.

Extra Mouse Buttons

Although these buttons are very useful, you don’t have to have them on your mouse if you don’t want them.

If you are planning to play a shooter game, you will need a mouse with extra buttons, and a good gaming mouse will have more than the usual two buttons.

Grip Style

There are two main grip styles: claw and palm.

Each of these grip styles has its own benefits. For example, if you use the claw grip, you will be able to move the mouse quickly and easily, as you can grab the mouse with your fingers and use it in a quick, quick movement.

However, if you use the palm grip, you will have to be a little more precise when you move the mouse.

Laser vs Optical

Laser mice are the best choice if you have to use your computer on a desk or table because they can be used on any surface.

Optical mice are generally more accurate and better for gaming. They usually cost a little less than laser mice too.

RGB

If you’re looking for a mouse that has customizable colors, then you should definitely go with an RGB mouse. This will allow you to change the color of the mouse and even assign different settings to different buttons.

RGB Mouse

There’s also a variety of different styles of RGB lights. Some will turn on and off in various patterns or colors, while others will light up to match the color of the mouse.

Weight

Do you want a heavy mouse, to be more accurate, or do you prefer a lighter mouse that you can move around at lightning speed?

Is There A Certain Type Of Click Style You Want To Use?

If you play Minecraft PVP, you may have come across ‘Butterfly Clicking’ and ‘Jitter Clicking’.

These techniques are used to click the mouse button more quickly, however, not all mice can do it.

You would need to find a mouse that has big enough buttons for you to butterfly click or jitter click.

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