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.

SteelSeries Rival 700 review

PC gamers looking for a new weapon in their hardware arsenal should look no further than the SteelSeries Rival 700 mouse. It’s not cheap, but it provides features that few other mice can match. See Full Review »

Our Score 9

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Motormouse 2.4G Review

  • Cool, stand-out style
  • Compact design with wireless receiver that fits…
  • Quick, accurate response and easy-to-used scroll…
  • Uncomfortable to use for long periods of time
  • Price reflects style more than features
Our Score 7

Roccat Isku and Kone+ Review

  • Terrific programming features
  • Linked keyboard and mouse
  • Special-purpose keys
  • Labels on keyboard are difficult to read
  • Glossy keyboard finish is easy to mar
  • Mouse is too large for small hands
Our Score 8

Apple Magic Trackpad Review

  • Gorgeous, well-built design
  • Easy installation
  • Intuitive software
  • Works as well as Apple’s class-leading MacBook…
  • Rechargeable batteries not included
  • Not as precise as a mouse
Our Score 8

Logitech G600 MMO Review

  • More commands than a drill sergeant
  • Remembers three entire profiles when unplugged
  • 8,200 DPI sensitivity
  • Inherent clunkiness impacts "general" mousing
  • Price. $80 for a mouse? Seriously?
  • Lefties banished from the clubhouse
Our Score 8

Aukey KM-C4 Review

  • Highly customizable
  • Metal scroll wheel and undercarriage
  • Installation software was buggy
  • No downloadable version of software
  • Affordable competitors work better out-of-box
Our Score 5

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

Cougar 300M Review

  • Great price
  • Grippy matte finish
  • Solid customization
  • Poor choice for a fingertip grip
  • Sticky scroll wheel
  • Limited buttons
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