Tech Specs: Connectivity: Bluetooth, 2.4GHz, USB | Buttons: 6 | Weight: 69 grams | Sensor: Optical | RGB: Yes | Programmable: Yes | Configuration: Right-handed | Max DPI: 26,000
The Corsair Katar Elite is proof that a wireless gaming mouse doesn’t have to cost a fortune or be over-engineered to be a great option. This mouse features a simplified, symmetrical design that is comfortable in both palm and claw grips, though it might not be as good for anyone with larger hands. With 6 programmable buttons, you can create custom input layouts for your favorite games, and switch between them with the Corsair iCUE software. The body of the mouse weighs just 69 grams, making it very responsive for fast-paced shooters and platformers.
The optical sensor maxes out at 26,000 DPI, and you can cycle through custom DPI settings with the button beneath the scroll wheel to quickly switch between sensitivities when needed. The integrated battery gives you up to 110 hours of play on a full charge, and the included USB cable means that you can keep gaming while recharging. You can also connect the Katar Elite to your PC via Bluetooth or 2.4GHz USB dongle for a wireless connection. And at about $80, it’s one of the more affordable wireless gaming mice on the market.