Editors' Choice

We review hundreds of products in a wide range of categories each year. Here's the best of the best in computer mices.

Roccat Nyth review

From Dota die-hards to FPS addicts, the Roccat Nyth is a gaming mouse that will change its life to better suit your mood, and its performance is so smooth. See Full Review »

Our Score 9

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Roccat Kiro Review

  • Unique modular body panels for left- and…
  • Good mix of materials creates a nice grip
  • Big comfy thumb buttons for shooter fans
  • Heavy body will be a plus to some
  • Low price for its elaborate design
  • Mediocre laser sensor
  • No braided cord
  • Conservative all-black design
Our Score 8

Mad Catz RAT Pro X Review

  • Swappable parts
  • Snappy performance
  • Lightweight
  • Sturdy, unique design
  • Expensive
  • Polarizing design
Our Score 8

Cougar 450M gaming mouse Review

  • Unique mouse wheel configuration
  • Grippy and comfortable side panels
  • Dull design takes no risks
  • Glossy plastic attracts fingerprints
  • Thin thumb buttons can be uncomfortable
Our Score 5

Roccat Kova Review

  • Ambidextrous design
  • Unique and useful Easy-Shift[+] buttons
  • Fair price
  • Versatile button layout
  • Low sensor DPI
  • Messy software
  • Limited lighting options
Our Score 6

Razer Diamondback (2015) Review

  • Excellent materials
  • The best Chroma lighting setup yet
  • Ergonomics have changed, for the worse
  • Ambidextrous design undercut by poor button…
  • Overpriced
Our Score 5

Roccat Nyth Review

  • Versatile design
  • Solid construction
  • Customizable buttons
  • Sharp performance
  • Buggy software
Our Score 9

Razer Mamba (2015) Review

  • Fantastic ergonomics and grip
  • Long in-game battery life
  • Premium feel and packaging
  • Tons of customization options
  • Chroma lighting is almost useless
  • Click force adjustment doesn't do much
Our Score 9

Mionix Castor Review

  • Fast response
  • Wide DPI range
  • Customizable software
  • Lightweight, comfortable construction
  • Few buttons
  • Stiff scroll wheel
  • Small panel gaps
  • Not ideal for claw grip
Our Score 7