Guys it’s been a while since I haven’t done top keyboards or headsets or microphones in a while too so I’m gonna start off by doing the Top 5 Best Gaming Mouse under $20 and after researching for about five hours to find the best ones out there under $20 I have been successful.
Also at the end in the Post I’ll be talking about my least favorite Mouse as well as my favorite out of the bunch so with that said let’s begin.
TechNet is the only wireless mouse on the list it is not rechargeable so you would need to supply the mouse with a single AA battery which is not included.
I’m currently using a rechargeable 2800 mAh of our battery from EBL and it’s lasted me over a week so far in terms of accuracy the tech net is the least precise Mouse out of the 5 featured in this Post I don’t recommend this for gaming at all even if you’re playing for fun.
The mouse itself isn’t as comfortable as I would have liked there’s a lot of sharp edges and straight lines I’m also not a fan of the side buttons and the mouse wheel it’s a bit too tactile for me
It doesn’t have the sturdiest build either but it’s very light making it easy to pick up or glide across the mouse pad.
It does have LEDs but it’s only in blue and it’s really dim in well-lit areas luckily there is an option to disable it in the back for those of you that don’t fancy the lights
For twenty dollars apparently this is one of the best wireless gaming mice you can buy judging by the ratings but with my experience with it I’m gonna give it a solid two out of five in Top 5 Best Gaming Mouse.
Blade Hawks GM-X5
The blade Hawk’s is a slightly better Mouse it’s more precise
and way more comfortable with a low-profile design making it very easy to lift and glide.
The build quality is also nice and has a good weight to it however the mouse buttons feel a bit mushy there isn’t an audible click feedback that you get from other mice and because of that it’s much quieter than the rest of the mice featured in this Post.
It does come with two macro buttons on each side which by default is set to back and forward but because of its symmetrical design both left and right handed users can use this mouse without a problem the side buttons are very easy to press and the mouse wheel has a nice rubber coating so no complaints here
The button on the top cycles through the DPI settings and changes the color of the mouse wheel only the rest of the colors around the mouse constantly pulsate and change unfortunately there is no way to set a static color nor can you turn it off.
A number 3 is Hiraliy this mouse is extremely comfortable it’s designed and built very well we get nice audible clicks all around the mouse with a smooth mouse wheel up top unfortunately it is made for right-handed users only the.
Side buttons are easy to reach it does have 2 DPI buttons up top which cycle through specific LEDs up to 5,000 dpi but the best part about this mouse is that you can customize everything through its software.
You can change what each button does you can set up macros dpi settings polling rates and even change the color of the mouse altogether while giving it some special effects there’s even an option to turn out the lights for those of you that don’t care for them.
I do like the grit material outsides it’s really easy to pick up and it slides nicely across the mouse pad.
Its responsive very precise especially in those intense games I mean there is nothing I dislike about this mouse it’s a solid 5 out of 5 in Top 5 Best Gaming Mouse I’m surprised you can buy a perfect gaming mouse like this for less than $20 well done Hiraliy.
My first impressions of the MagicEagle from Havit is that it’s built very well there’s a nice weight to it and it’s very ergonomic.
I do feel a little bit of resistance when clicking on the left and right buns which is nice the mouse wheel is very smooth and has an anti slip rubber coating although I’m not a fan of that text right next to it obviously it’s a Gaming Mouse we don’t need some corny text to tell us this It kind of ruins the overall aesthetic.
It does have six different LED colors that corresponds with a dpi switch but I find it completely pointless since the mouse has red colored buttons if you’re a gaming mouse manufacturer and you’re Reading this post please for the love of God do not combine the DPI switch button with the LEDs on a mouse it is the dumbest thing I’ve ever seen for example this is a nice looking black and red Mouse and I want to change the LED colors on here to red LEDs so it matches the color scheme of the mouse and also the color scheme of my setup well I can’t do that because the red color is actually tied in with the lowest possible dpi setting on this mouse which means I have an extremely slow mouse attached with the red LED and there’s nothing I can do about it because there is no option in the software that lets me change it.
However there is an option to turn off the LED lights but you have to download their driver first
The grip on the sides are nice it’s very easy to pick up for quick movements and slides nicely across a mousepad unfortunately it’s made for right-handed users only I’m personally a claw gripper myself but this mouse is great for palm grippers as well.
Honestly the only things I hate about this mouse is the fact that they intertwined the DPI switch with the LED colors and that ugly text right on the mouse itself and because of that I give the magic eagle from habit a solid 4 out of 5 in Top 5 Best Gaming Mouse.
Finally we got the G10 from key idea the crappy name aside it’s actually built very well it kind of reminds me of the Steel Series rival 100 Mouse with its low profile
Technically it has an ambidextrous designed for both left and right-handed users but the side buttons are only available for right-handed users which is kind of lame.
The buttons provide great feedback and are clicky with a bit of resistance the mouse wheel has an anti slip rubber coating as well and looks very similar to the magic eagle with the LED lights running down in center.
It’s very comfortable to hold it’s not too heavy making it easy to lift and glide across the mousepad there isn’t a software for this one as well so not only are you stuck with a pulsating LED color which is based on your dpi setting but you don’t get an option to turn off the lights as well.
That’s pretty much the only gripe I have with the mouse other than that it’s a solid pick and I give it a 4 out of 5 in Top 5 Best Gaming Mouse.
So my least favorite Mouse out of Top 5 Best Gaming Mouse is obviously Technet it because of its horrible accuracy and the actual design it’s not comfortable at all I feel like the build quality is superb but I can’t really give it too much crap because it is a wireless gaming mouse and there aren’t a lot of wireless mice out there under 20 bucks that are solid.
So I would say this mouse is perfect for travel and office work I don’t recommend that for gaming even if it’s more casual stay away from this.
Which leads to my favorite Mouse out of the Top 5 Best Gaming Mouse which is obvious it’s the only one with a 5 star rating and that is the Hiraliy.
This Mouse pretty much checks all the boxes when it comes to a solid Gaming Mouse guys customizable LED lights the comfort level precision responsiveness it’s got a pretty cool design and it’s built really well the fact that you can buy this for only 17 dollars is crazy I don’t know how this companies making money off this mouse because this is a damn good deal.
I really hope this Post was helpful to you guys out there and if it was and you’re feeling awesome feel free to drop a Comment to show your support if you guys didn’t like the Post feel free to dislike as well that is completely fine too,
I’m gonna be doing a lot more top 5 budget Post like these in fact I got a few plans for my next Post so let me know in the comments section which one you guys want to see first top 5 gaming headsets under $50, top 5 mechanical keyboards under $50 or top 5 budget microphones under $50.
Anyways thank you guys so much for Reading as always I’ll leave a link to all the mice that I featured in this Post below I love your Comment and support and I’ll see you in the next one.