What are the best gaming mice under $60?

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    #1Razer Deathadder

    Razer Deathadder

    The Razer Deathadder is an infrared gaming with 1000Hz Ultra polling/1ms response and 7 Foot Lightweight, Braided Fiber Cable. This gaming mouse also has gold-plated USB connector and scroll wheel with 24 individual click positions.


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    Fabiola Medina
    Written on May 6, 2018
    "My son has been bugging me for a while now to get him a new gaming mouse. The problem was I did not want to drop that much money on a single product. We ended up finding a Razer Deathadder for under $60, which was what my budget maxed at out. I did not think we could find one that cheap."
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    #2Steelseries Rival 100

    Steelseries Rival 100

    The SteelSeries Rival 100 is a gaming mouse from SteelSeries. The SteelSeries Rival 100 has six programmable buttons and customizable counts per inch (CPI) up to 4000.


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    Matthew Alvarez
    Written on May 4, 2018
    "Building a gaming rig on a budget left me with only $60 to purchase my gaming mouse. I looked around a lot and the highest quality product that I was able to find was a Steelseries Rival 100. Overall the quality is very nice for the price paid."
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    #3Steelseries Sensei RAW

    Steelseries Sensei RAW

    Steelseries Sensei RAW is an ambidextrous mouse that counts with Control CPI, programmable buttons, LED intensity, lighting modes, and 7 programmable macro buttons. User can customize its sensitivity and created unlimited profiles.


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    Terry Gomez
    Written on April 28, 2018
    "This is a really great mouse if you're into fps games like me. So many mice these days go for fancy RGB lighting and extra buttons, but there's a reason all the pros use a simple mouse, because the only thing that matters is the feel and the sensor and keeping it simple like this mouse is the best way to give a mouse a good feel. I would suggest finding one at a store to see if you like the grip of it, but if you want an fps mouse this should be in the running for sure."
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    #4Roccat Lua

    Roccat Lua

    This Roccat Lua is a budget gaming mouse with a Pro-Optic 2000 dpi sensor. It has a V-shape for ambidextrous users and arctic blue LED lighting. It has Roccat Driver for customization and No-Sweat side grips for handling.


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    Willie Chapman
    Written on May 1, 2018
    "This is a great mouse for anyone on a budget!"
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    #5SteelSeries Kana

    SteelSeries Kana

    SteelSeries Kana Optical Gaming Mouse in white and black colour and ready to be used with ambidextrous shape and amazingly comfortable. 


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    Nicholas Warren
    Written on April 26, 2018
    "The SteelSeries Kana is everything that I have always wanted in a gaming mouse. It has a very accurate sensor, feel's very comfortable, and looks quite nice as well. I really like the fact that my friend that is left handed can use the mouse as well. "
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    #6Gigabyte M6800

    Gigabyte M6800

    The Gigabyte M6800 has optical 800 or 1600 dpi sensor (switchable with a button).The Gigabyte M6800 also has Dual-Lens Tracking Technology and Anti-Slick rubber grip.



    Arthur Baker
    Written on April 30, 2018
    "I have never really been a fan of gaming mice but when I saw a Gigabyte M6800 for under $60 it was too good of a deal to pass us. The quality and functions this mouse offers makes it well worth the price."
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    #7Perdition Redragon M901 Gaming Mouse

    Perdition Redragon M901 Gaming Mouse
    Perdition Redragon M901 is a wired gaming mouse with 16400 DPI high-precision laser as well as 12000 FPS, 1000 Hz polling rate, 30G acceleration. It has 18 buttons that can be programmed.


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    Barbara Palmer
    Written on May 5, 2018
    "If you are on a budget, this is the one to get. I'm an extreme gamer, and I would go nowhere without my Perdition Redragon!"
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    The CORSAIR HARPOON is a gaming mouse that has a high-accuracy 6000 DPI Optical gaming sensor with advanced tracking.  This gaming mouse also has six fully-programmable buttons and Onboard Memory to store custom DPI settings.


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    Anika Tambe
    Written on May 6, 2018
    "There is such a glut of mice on the market that it can be a bit dizzying when you just want something that will do the job without breaking the bank. I settled on this one because I thought the price was right and it looked well made. I was a bit weary about the maker, which I didn't know much, but it has been working perfectly well so far, and I actually love the way it's designed to fit in the hand - I feel like it's the best mouse I ever had in terms of how well it conforms to my hand and how comfy it feels, even after hours of playing. I did encounter some light software problems to start with, but once I understood what was going on it was quite simple to fix - and it never reappeared. Good buy."


Best What are the best gaming mice under $60
1Razer DeathadderElectronics 19 Paid
2Steelseries Rival 100Electronics 15 Paid
3Steelseries Sensei RAWElectronics 13 Paid
4Roccat LuaElectronics 11 Paid
5SteelSeries KanaElectronics 9 Paid
6Gigabyte M6800Other 4 Paid
7Perdition Redragon M901 Gaming MouseElectronics 2 Paid
8CORSAIR HARPOONElectronics 1 Paid

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