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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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

Razer Mamba Tournament Edition Review

  • Excellent ergonomics and body design
  • “Grippy” materials make it easy to handle
  • On-the-fly DPI switching is simple and useful
  • Considerably more expensive than competing mice
  • Almost useless at the highest DPI settings
  • Lighting system is appealing but unnecessary
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 550M Review

  • Lightweight
  • Great clicking action
  • Rugged, malleable cord
  • Comfortable fit
  • Short on buttons
  • Design looks chintzy
  • Awkward DPI switch placement
  • Software is clunky
Our Score 8

Logitech MX Anywhere 2 Review

  • Tiny and light
  • Elegant design
  • Precise sensor
  • Excellent, multi-function scroll wheel
  • Numerous connection options
  • Too small for some users
  • Expensive
Our Score 9

Microsoft Sculpt Ergonomic Desktop Review

  • Encourages proper posture
  • Modular number pad design
  • One USB dongle connects the entire bundle
  • Expensive
  • Some media keys don't work consistently
  • USB Adapter sticks out too far
Our Score 8

Razer Naga Review

  • Solid design and build quality
  • Very precise, high-resolution sensor
  • Comfortable
  • Great mouse wheel
  • Tons of buttons
  • Useful control software with cloud functionality
  • Slightly more expensive than the competition
  • No dedicated sensitivity adjustment or weight…
  • Unique button arrangement takes time to learn
Our Score 8.5

Mad Catz M.O.U.S. 9 Review

  • Includes zoom wheel and precision control button
  • Adjustable palmrest
  • Plastics look cheap
  • Poor ergonomics
  • No hardware DPI adjustment
  • Extremely overpriced
Our Score 4