1) Logitech G9X
The Logitech G9X is one of the most customizable gaming mice. It gives you several customizable features to fit your personal preference and gaming style. This is more so relevant when you choose the grip. Two changeable grips come in the package: “Wide load” and “precision grip”. Wide load is bigger and comes with a thumb rest. Precision grip lacks the thumb rest and is smaller in size, but gives better finger control. The mouse also comes with 28g of extra weights which can added based on one’s preference.
The mouse has a DPI of up to 5700 and a USB report rate of up to 1000 reports/second. With the on-board memory one can store up to five profiles, which store your macros, DPI settings, and even customizable LED colors (Red, Green, Blue, and Orange).
2) Shogun Bros. Ballista MK-1
A recent addition to Shogun Bros line up. The mouse has a DPI of up to 5700 and can be increased or decreased in steps of 100 DPI on both the X and Y axes. It has in total 11 buttons of which two programmable buttons and a side one which allows gamers to drop into a Speed Shot mode. The mouse can save four different sensitivity modes and five different profiles, that is, 20 presets in total.
3) Logitech G700
In number 3 is another Logitech device, the G700. It has a DPI of 5700 and has a report rate of 1000 reports/second which is impressive for a wireless mouse. It has a nice feel to it and comes with a rechargeable battery. The mouse can also be plugged in while gamming to prevent it from running out of charge. It comes with 13 programmable buttons and the on-board memory can store up to five game profiles.
4) Logitech G500
The predecessor to the G700, the G500 has a DPI of up to 5700 which gives it plenty of accuracy for any game. On the front left portion of the mouse it has sensitivity buttons which makes it convenient for adjusting the DPI while gaming. It also has a dual scroll wheel which allows you to more efficiently scroll on a large map or while outside of the map and browsing the internet. It comes with 10 programmable buttons. Also included are weights which total 27g.
5) Mad Catz Cyborg R.A.T. 9
The best among Mad Catz’s R.A.T. range, the R.A.T. 9 has a DPI of up to 5600. It has a lightweight and durable aluminium chassis and a custom weight system for up to 30 grams of additional weight. You can also completely customize the grip with 3 different palm grips and pinkie grips.
6) Razer Naga MMOG Molten Edition
Molten edition of Razer Naga series, is best gaming mouse on Razer’s product line. It has DPI upto 5600 and has 17 MMO optimized buttons which include the 12 on the thumb grid. You can have an unlimited number of character profiles with addons. The only draw back is getting used to the thumb grid.
7) Razer Naga Epic
Another mouse from the Razer Naga series. The Epic has a DPI of up to 5600. It comes with 17 MMO optimized buttons and the famous Razer Naga thumb grid. There are three interchangeable side panels to fit any hand type.
8) Razer Orochi Elite
Another mouse from the Razer stable. It has a DPI of up to 4000 in wired mode and up to 2000 DPI in wireless mode. It is powered by 2 AA batteries in wireless mode. It is price at $130. A bit too high, but you do get a gold plated USB connector.
9) Logitech G400
At number nine is the Logitech G400. It has a DPI of up to 3600. It has two buttons near the scroll which can be used to increase or decrease the DPI. It comes with eight programmable buttons. With additional software one can also customize it according to each game.
10) Razer Deathadder 3500
At number ten is Deathadder 3500 from Razer. It has a DPI of up to 3500 and it can be adjusted on the fly. There are five programmable “Hyperesponse buttons”. With this you also get a gold plated USB connector.
The list is based on DPI, i.e. sensitivity of the mouse and also on features of the mouse.