Mice are one third of the holy trinity for PC gaming peripherals. Check out our gift guide below so you can pick the perfect mouse for the gamer in your house.
Razer Deathadder Elite
The Razer Deathadder is one of the oldest big players in the world of PC gaming. Celebrating its 10 year birthday this year, and after going through a number of wardrobe changes, this year Razer released the Deathadder Elite. The elite is build for eSports, and is made to win.
Boasting Razer’s most advanced optical sensor and mechanical mice switches, this mouse will suit any gamer looking to be the next big eSports star.
Logitech G403 Prodigy Wireless
Wireless gaming mice have been a taboo subject within PC gaming for a long time, but earlier this year Logitech did something amazing. They created a wireless gaming mouse that could outperform some of the wired gaming mice in the same price range.
The perfect gift for a gamer whose desk is a little cluttered or has terrible cable management, the G403 loses the cable, without sacrificing any of the performance.
Steelseries Rival 700
Steelseries are another old dog when it comes to gaming mice, and the Rival series has only gone from strength to strength over the past few years. The latest in the Rival line is the Rival 700. The 700 has a great sensor, fantastic feeling grip and an LCD screen on the front of the mouse.
A little gimmicky for some gamers, but a solid mouse none the less, Steelseries fans will not be disappointed to find this in their stocking. Check out what we thought of the Rival 700 in more detail to get a deeper look.
Steelseries €109.99 (£92.83 approx)
Logitech G900 Chaos Spectrum
By far the priciest of the selection is the G900 Choas Spectrum from Logitech. The flagship mouse this year and the first to show off Logitech’s wireless gaming technology, the G900 is built to be a powerhouse of gaming technology.
An ambidextrous design for those gamers who don’t like the ergonomic design of the G403, a little bit pricier, but worth every penny.
Not everyone can afford the top tier gaming mice which reach easily over £100, but Roccat have an alternative which cuts the price without sacrificing performance and comfort. The Kiro is a great budget gaming mouse, with customizable side grips, a very comfortable design and very good sensor, the mouse can easily hang with the big boys.
Perfect for those gamers on a budget who don’t want to be at a disadvantage. The Kiro scored highly in our review, for a more in depth look go and check it out.
Finalmouse Scream One
The final mouse in our guide is a finalmouse. The Finalmouse Scream One was designed for the best CS:GO aimer in the world at this moment, Adil “Scream” Benrlitom. This mouse was build from the ground up with winning and perfect aim in mind.
Light, accurate, advanced and at a price that won’t make you scream (geddit?) the Finalmouse Scream One tells you to go hard, or go home.
Finalmouse $79.99 (£63.57 approx)
So now that you’ve got your mouse sorted, isn’t it time you went and got the other gifts too? Check out our Holiday Gift Guide Hub for other guides like this to give you the most informed decision of how to buy for the gamer in your life this holiday season.