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Top 5 Mouse Gaming 2023 – Tecno Short
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Top 5 Mouse Gaming 2023

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In our last article, we covered the 5 best budget gaming keyboards. This time we will deal with the second part of this guide on peripherals. Just as the keyboard is one of the main parts with regard to gaming peripherals, the mouse or mouse is no less important than it, especially when talking about first-person shooting games and others. In order not to dwell on the introduction, which may not be of much importance to many, let us directly get to know the best (cheapest) Top 5 Mouse Gaming.

Logitech G203 gaming mouse

The Logitech G203 Lightsync Gaming Mouse is one of the best cheap gaming mice for most people. For starters, it’s hard to argue with the Logitech brand’s legacy when it comes to gaming mice, gaming peripherals, and more. Even Logitech’s inexpensive gear has a premium, upscale feel, and its mice are built to last. As for the G203 Lightsync mouse itself, it’s a small, sleek, and lightweight mouse with a slightly curved chassis, a few extra buttons, and a customizable LED strip around the base.

Logitech G203

But what makes the G203 Lightsync mouse really stand out, and work so well in practice, is its simple design. Using this mouse is immediately intuitive, as there are not many buttons or incomprehensible curves, and the powerful Logitech G Hub software only expands your options. While this mouse is simple in design and doesn’t have a lot of flashiness and unwieldy flashiness, it does come in a variety of colors, including black, white, blue and pink. This is of course much better than the “black or sweeping” color scheme of most gaming mice.

Specifications G203 Lightsync:

  • Max DPI polling rate: 8000.
  • Buttons: 6.
  • Size: 4.6 x 2.5 x 1.5 inches.
  • Weight: 2.1 ounces.

Reasons why you want to buy it:

  • Stylish design.
  • Lightweight.
  • Attractive lighting.

Reasons why you don’t want to get it:

  • There are no additional features.
  • The design is not flashy.

The price in Egypt, Saudi Arabia and the Emirates

The mouse is available in Egypt at a price of 1500 pounds

Kingdom of Saudi Arabia, at a price starting from around 250 riyals

UAE, starting at 200 dirhams, depending on the color.

HyperX Pulsefire Core Gaming Mouse

If you’re looking to spend as little money as possible on a gaming mouse from a major manufacturer, the first option that should come to your mind is the $30 HyperX Pulsefire Core. Not only is this mouse cheap as it turns out, but it also sells on sale for around $20. This is an incredibly good deal, considering that HyperX makes some of the best, no-frills gaming peripherals on the market.

 HyperX Pulsefire Core

In terms of design, the Pulsefire Core is very simple. It has four extra buttons, a textured grip, a little RGB logo, and nothing else. On the other hand, the mouse works beautifully in most games, which is the most important thing for the economy class. So if you want a cheap and straightforward gaming mouse, the Pulsefire Core is what you’re looking for.

Specifications HyperX Pulsefire Core:

  • Max DPI polling rate: 6200.
  • Buttons: 7.
  • Size: 4.7 x 2.5 x 1.6 inches.
  • Weight: 3.1 ounces.

Reasons why you want to buy it:

  • Stylish design.
  • Excellent performance.
  • Very competitive price.
  • Intelligent DPI polling rate switching.

Reasons why you don’t want to get it:

  • Finger grip is a little weird.
  • The software for support is not the best.

The price in Egypt, Saudi Arabia and the Emirates

The mouse is available in Egypt at a price of 1050 pounds, and is currently on Amazon at a price of 790 pounds.

Kingdom of Saudi Arabia, at a starting price of 145 riyals.

UAE, starting at 140 dirhams.

Also read: Top 5 headphones Gaming at a low price

SteelSeries Rival 3 gaming mouse

Like many of the other gaming mice on this list, the SteelSeries Rival 3 gaming mouse is beautiful in its simplicity. It’s a small wired mouse, with a slightly curved shape and a few extra buttons to add some practical value to the mouse. What really sets the Rival 3 apart from most of its competitors is the cool programmable LED strip on the bottom of the device, which lets you give your mouse a little visual flair.

SteelSeries Rival 3

In terms of performance, the mouse works well for the most part, although the sensor doesn’t work well with hard mouse pads. But on the other hand, the Rival 3 mouse will cost you only about $ 30, which is very cheap even by the standards of cheap gaming mice. And at less than 3 ounces, it’s also one of the lightest mice you can find without resorting to controversial honeycomb designs.

Specifications SteelSeries Rival 3:

  • Max DPI polling rate: 8500.
  • Buttons: 5.
  • Size: 4.8 x 2.3 x 2.6 inches.
  • Weight: 2.7 ounces.

Reasons why you want to buy it:

  • Excellent value.
  • good performance.
  • Easy and simple software.

Reasons why you don’t want to get it:

  • Some anomalies in the sensor.
  • Unfamiliar or comfortable.

The price in Egypt, Saudi Arabia and the Emirates

The mouse is available in Egypt, starting at 900 pounds.

Kingdom of Saudi Arabia, at a price starting from around 200 riyals.

UAE at a starting price of 200 dirhams, but currently with some offers at a price of only 130 dollars.

Razer Basilisk Essential gaming mouse

The Razer Basilisk Essential gaming mouse is almost as good as the regular Razer Basilisk mouse. That’s actually high praise for the mouse, when you know that the Basilisk version is one of many’s favorite FPS mice. The Basilisk Essential is ideal for FPS gamers, as it features an innovative ‘grip’ button that can slow down your DPI sensitivity while you’re aiming at tricky moments. And even if you don’t like FPS games, Basilisk Essential still works well in other types of games.

Razer Basilisk Essential gaming mouse

There is almost nothing in Basilisk Essential. There’s only one RGB lighting zone on the palm rest, so you’ll never see those pretty colors and overdone bling with this mouse. Although it is very good and is available at a price of about $ 25, the full-price Basilisk version is still a more unique mouse. At $50, it’s also one of the pricier mice on this list, but it’s definitely worth the cost.

Specifications Razer Basilisk Essential:

  • Max DPI polling rate: 6400.
  • Buttons: 7.
  • Size: 4.9 x 2.4 x 1.7 inches.
  • Weight: 3.4 ounces.

Reasons why you want to buy it:

  • Funky design.
  • Excellent performance.
  • Perfectly suitable for FPS games.

Reasons why you don’t want to get it:

  • It’s easy to block RGB lighting with a palm.
  • The full version of Razer Basilisk is best.

The price in Egypt, Saudi Arabia and the Emirates

  • The mouse is available in Egypt, starting at 1095 pounds.
  • Kingdom of Saudi Arabia, at a price starting from around 250 riyals.
  • UAE, starting at 200 dirhams.

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Roccat Burst Core gaming mouse

If you want the most purpose-built gaming mouse you can get from a major manufacturer, the Roccat Burst Core Pro gaming mouse might suit you. This average device by design has a simple black or white body, a bit of RGB lighting, three extra buttons and not much else. You can reprogram the buttons using Mercurial Roccat Swarm software, but there are no special features to speak of otherwise.

Roccat Burst Core Pro gaming mouse

The beauty of Burst Core, then, is its simplicity. So this is not a mouse that requires a lot of setup or maintenance. All you have to do is plug it in and play, and you’re good to go for the next few years until it says goodbye. And at $35, it’s arguably one of the cheapest mice on this list. Just be sure to steer clear if you have a hard mouse pad, as the two don’t work well together.

Specifications Roccat Burst Core:

  • Max DPI polling rate: 8500.
  • Buttons: 6.
  • Size: 4.7 x 2.3 x 1.5 inches.
  • Weight: 2.4 ounces.

Reasons why you want to buy it:

  • Less expensive than most gaming mice.
  • Variety of features.
  • Lightweight structure.

Reasons why you don’t want to get it:

  • Uninspired design.
  • Some performance issues with non-elastic surfaces.

The price in Egypt, Saudi Arabia and the Emirates

The mouse is available in Egypt at a starting price of EGP 1,000, or EGP 1,300 for the Extreme version.

Kingdom of Saudi Arabia, at a price starting from around 120 riyals

UAE, starting at 120 dirhams, with some offers in the $100 range.