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This has been an odd year, no matter how you slice it. While you’re spending time indoors, however, you should be enjoying the best video games on the best hardware you can find. In order to help facilitate that, you’ve got us. Today, we’re going to take a look at some of the best gaming mouse options on the market.

Let’s get into it.

Razor Deathadder Elite

Storied peripheral manufacturer Razor hits it out the park with their Deathadder Elite. This precise, stylish and minimal mouse is a great option for most gamers. It only has two on-mouse buttons, but, unless you’re playing complex MMOs, that should be plenty. Without bogging you down with details, the mouse sensor in the Deathadder is top-of-the-line. It’s one of the most precise sensors on the market.

For its price, often coming in around $30, this is one of the best deals you can find on the market. This is the kind of mouse you want for any precise tasks, from gaming to working. The ergonomics are great, the sensor is laser-accurate, and the price is right.

Corsair Ironclaw

The Corsair Ironclaw is a close contender for one of the best gaming peripherals on the market. If you’ve got bigger hands, you may prefer the Ironclaw for its large design. The ergonomics are solid, though people with smaller hands might prefer the Deathadder Elite.

Some people feel as though the Ironclaw is a touch on the heavy side. Oddly, it’s a wireless mouse that doesn’t offer weight options, despite it higher-than-average base weight. However, for gamers with larger hands in need of a heavier-duty gaming mouse, this one delivers. Much like the Deathadder, it features a stellar sensor, and will function great in fast-paced, precise games.

Logitech G203 Lightsync

Once known more for their budget peripherals, Logitech is gaining a reputation as a competitor to Razor and Corsair. The Lightsync is a great example of their strategy of affordable gaming equipment that is also high-quality. With an MSRP of $40, this one won’t be breaking the bank. What’s more, it has three RGB zones, helping it light up stylishly on your desk.

The sensor isn’t in the same wheelhouse as the Ironclaw or the Deathadder, however. It’s only rated up to 8,000 DPI, meaning some precision may be lost in faster-paced games. That being said, the build quality and ergonomics of the Lightsync rival some of the best options on the market.