MMO Gaming Mouse Roundup



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Over the last few weeks I’ve been lucky enough to use many of the best gaming mice on the market, putting them through their paces in many of today’s leading MMO games, trying to find out which offers the best performance, value for money and feature sets, in the hope that I can guide you to making a better purchase.

Like knights of the round table I am surrounded by awesome examples of what a gaming mouse can be, as you can see in the image above I have a fair few to choose from and those of you who keep a close eye on our reviews will realise that we’ve reviewed every single on of these mice in the past, some of the quite recently too. All of these products have proved themselves to be award winning, premium products that are worth your cash, but that doesn’t help you decide which one is best for you or your game.

In the collection today I have:

  • Steelseries World of Warcraft Wireless MMO
  • Steelseries World of Warcraft Legendary Edition
  • Corsair Vengeance M95 MMO
  • Mad Catz M.M.0.7
  • Razer Naga Molten
  • Razer Naga Hex
  • TteSports Black Element

A fine selection indeed, a solid mixture of low, mid and high-end solutions with the appropriate budgets to match, in a wide range of style choices, button configurations and specifications, so lets not hang around and we’ll get stuck into the good stuff.

Full details of each mouse and more extensive testing can be found in their full reviews, links provided at the bottom of each page that will open a new tab.

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  • Wayne

    I’ve had most of these pass my across desk for testing. Although I rated them pretty highly (apart from the Naga’s which were average at best) simply because they mostly do what they’re supposed to but not one of them is for me personally, if I had to choose one, it would probably be the Mad Catz offering.

  • St33l

    Can’t have a roundup without the Logitech G600… it beats them all. Seriously, that ring finger button sums it up. Tilt wheel too… and it just melts in your hand.