Here is the list of 10 Best cheap gaming mouse under $20 that you wish to know before you buy any gaming mouse.
First, we have the mouse known only as Sowtech sporting the cheap and glossy power rangers look just totally in for spring 2017 but don’t judge a mouse by its grease magnet firm. The Sowtech has the highest Amazon rating of any mouse in our roundup boasting a max DPI of 3,200 higher than the 2400 dpi of most of the competition and it’s the most symmetrical ensuring apparently no fatigue even for a long time use. The scroll wheel is un-exceptional a little mushy feeling but the moderate to heavy right and left-click feel very similar indicating at least some consistency in the switch quality; the breathing LEDs provide visual feedback when stepping through the 4 dpi presets and it even has a quality control past sticker.
The HAVIT MS672 from their magic eagle lineup is the glowy espouse in the bunch with as many as two colors shining at once. It’s got a soft touch finish and actually decent feeling build quality from the heavier clicks to the multicolored woven braided cord, though it should be noted the mouse wheel appears to be a common problem ergonomics wise if you’ve got the Donald sized hands like me you’ll probably feel like you have to stretch to hit the side buttons which just like the Sowtech are programmed backwards for some reason.
The cheapest mouse in our roundup is the Letton S20 which we got for several bucks. This one has an understated look that we appreciated feels pretty good in a claw grip with the textured plastic sides and lightweight making liftoffs easy and the medium weight clicks all felt consistent and pretty good almost letting us forgive the very short cord and the lack of advertised gold plating on the USB connector contact.
Time to kick it up a notch then with the Emarth Combaterwing or as I like to call it the cyborg can’t 9. The most aggressive looking and subjectively janky-ass Mouse in the pile, it’s the heaviest wired mouse thanks to its steel based construction, it claims to have 10 programmable buttons but if you don’t count scroll wheel up and down you get 9 and if you do it’s 11 so anyway the default mapping is a bit weird.
Moving on Redragon M601 Centrophorus is shall we say inspired by the msi interceptor and is the proud winner of several awards in our roundup here including best unboxing experience longest cord and lowest weight or not. It’s the only Mouse that came with removable weights though you almost broke your fingers trying to open the freaking door. It’s comfortable the plastic feel quality and it has a grippy finish on the medium weight right and left click that’ll be nice while it lasts. Overall, this one came away with top marks.
Onto the only Mouse without a braided cable or any cable Eagletec MG001 is a wireless gaming mouse. It’s got a high arch for large heads and though all of our mice feature toggleable DPI settings this is the only one with dedicated buttons for up and down. It’s got three side buttons which are easy to reach and maps to control alt and shift by default for some reason that will need to be remapped with a third-party tool. It’s got a battery saving non led mode and believe it or not not only was it subjectively the most comfortable Mouse in our roundup it performs the best in our counter-strike test with its input leg not being noticeably worse than any of our other mice here and two meter per second maximum tracking speeds being the best.
Speaking of best the best Bestfy ZM700 gaming mouse is a decent all-rounder especially if you have longer fingers with breathing LEDs that cycle according to dpi or that can be set to a solid color of your choice including pink using the included software. It’s got a simple base design with a couple of flares a thumb and a pinkie pad that helps things light around and it’s got these sort of dark knight bearing things that could probably poke your eye out. It’s reasonably comfortable and every button but the left click is programmable.
Bringing us finally to the highest resolution Mouse in town Zelotes 5500 DPI 7 Button gaming mouse for pro gamers. Its size makes it suitable for medium to large hands, it’s got a competitive gamer look and a pinky rest mostly delivering on its promises of built weight iron, feel comfortable, mobile and stability and it also has the nifty double click button.
Next up on this is the niceEshop Wired Gaming Mouse. This includes six buttons for superior productivity and efficiency and also includes a 6 felt high-strength braided fiber cable. It also has a DPI setting that is adjustable up to 2,000 DPI and this gaming mouse is ergonomically designed to fit snugly under your palm and it will give you the most comfortable gaming experience.
Lastly on the list is the SROCKER M6 Wireless Gaming Mouse, this is a rechargeable Wireless Gaming Mouse. The SROCKER M6 Wireless Gaming Mouse is not going to perform as great as a USB Gaming Mouse but for some people that are on a budget and want to clean up their cable management and don’t want to keep that wire well then here’s an option for you. You can pick from there’s blue green and red the colors don’t change, this mouse adopts 2.4 gigahertz wireless technology allowing you move your mouse freely it has the optical design with smooth moving and precise operation provides the gamers with accurate position and reliable tracking. It has three levels of dpi such as 800 1600 and 2400. This mouse adopts a noise reduction switch which creates a quiet space for you no click sound design makes you silently defeat the enemies and this includes rechargeable batteries with a built-in lithium battery and a rechargeable USB cable, you don’t ever need to change the battery often because it does come with one. You can also turn off the LEDs to save battery and a way to tell that the amounts is about to die is if the LEDs don’t turn back on once you turn on the mouse that means that the battery is about to die. This has a comfortable screen line design which ensures effectively your thumb, your fourth finger and your little finger to fit this much better.
So which one should you buy then? The Eagle Tech Wireless works pretty well and runs on standard double-a batteries if you don’t mind the extra weight and the expense associated with that.
If you like a simpler Mouse the Letton S20 checks all the boxes for us this was my personal favorite of all the wired choices and if you’re looking for something a little more aggressive looking the red dragon is probably the most bang for your buck. Just keep in mind that with any of these choices you might not get the same kind of longevity that you might expect from a higher-end gaming mouse from a respectable brand.