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The good news about the best wireless gaming mouse is there’s no longer any sacrifice for gaming cable-free. The differences between the best wireless gaming mice and the best-wired mice are pretty trivial at this point. Latency and accuracy are unaffected by going wireless, and the latest models are up there with the best gaming mice around.

Advances in sensors and communication protocols by the likes of Logitech, Corsair, and Razer, mean the performance of the best wireless gaming mouse is practically indistinguishable from one plugged straight into your gaming PC.

Compared to the best gaming mice with tails, there are still a few features you need to consider with a wireless mouse. Connectivity is vital, as is battery life. At the tippy-top of the heap, you can find mice with wireless charging, which makes the mouse truly wire-free, 100 percent of the time, though that is a luxury and can cost more than it’s worth right now.

If you’re looking to live your best wireless life, check out our lists of the best wireless gaming keyboards and best wireless headsets. If you’re anything like me, your desk is cluttered enough as it is.

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1. Logitech G502 Lightspeed wireless

The best wireless mouse

Specifications

DPI: 16,000

Sensor: Optical HERO 16K

Battery: 40+ hours rechargeable

Interface: USB

Buttons: 11

Ergonomic: Right-handed

Weight: 4 oz (114 g)

Logitech G502 Lightspeed wireless review.

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2. Razer DeathAdder V2 Pro

Razer’s best gaming mouse is now that little bit better

Specifications

DPI: 20,000

Sensor: Razer Focus+ Optical

Battery: 70 hours

Interface: USB charging

Buttons: 7

Ergnomic: Right-handed

Weight: 3.1 oz (88 g)

Razer BlackShark V2 in both wired and wireless Pro iterations is one of the best gaming headsets around. 

The wireless V2 Pro has the exact same super-comfortable, stylish design, and the Focus+ sensor is as swift and as accurate as any wired rodent you could find. With the HyperSpeed wireless tech plumbing you into your gaming PC practically latency-free, and with around 70 hours of gaming battery life too, the DeathAdder V2 Pro is now the ultimate version of this long-lived rodent.

It still sits just behind the Logitech G502 Lightspeed wireless in the stack, largely because I adore the infinite scroll wheel which I still miss now that Katie has stolen my version. But thanks to just how good the DeathAdder V2 Pro is I don’t miss it that much. Luckily for you, Wickens.

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3. Logitech G305

The best affordable wireless gaming mouse

Specifications

DPI: 12,000

Sensor: Optical Hero

Battery: 250 hours, AA

Interface: USB

Buttons: 6

Ergonomic: Ambidextrous (left-side thumb buttons)

Weight: 3.5 oz (99 g)

Logitech G305, Logitech has tried to create a high-performance wireless gaming mouse that doesn’t cost the earth. Its mid-range price has it competing against some great wired mice, but there’s no compromise here in terms of performance or design.

The G305 uses Logitech’s Hero sensor, an iteration of the fantastic sensor in the G502. It can last more than 200 hours on a single AA battery (which helps keep the cost down vs. being rechargeable). The small wireless dongle can be stored inside the body of the mouse, but critically, the left- and right-click buttons are separate pieces from the removable palm rest, ensuring a reliable and satisfying click.

The shape of the G305 is based on a small, ambidextrous design Logitech has been using for years. While components like the scroll wheel and buttons don’t feel quite as premium as the ones in the G502, they’re still far better than anything you’ll find in a cheap gaming mouse. The quality and performance of the G305 are killer features for its price.

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4. Corsair Dark Core RGB Pro SE

The best Qi wireless charging gaming mouse

Specifications

DPI: 18,000

Sensor: PAW3392

Battery: 30+ Rechargeable

Interface: Wireless, USB-C

Buttons: 8

Ergonomic: Right-Handed Palm Grip

Weight: 5 oz (142 g)

Corsair Dark Core RGB Pro SE review.

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5. Razer Basilisk Ultimate

The best wireless mouse with a charging dock

Specifications

DPI: 20,000

Sensor: Focus+

Battery: up to 100 hours rechargeable

Interface: USB

Buttons: 11

Ergonomic: Right Handed

Weight: 3.7 oz (107 g)

8. Razer Viper Ultimate

Best Wireless Ambidextrous Mouse

Specifications

DPI: 20,000

Sensor: Focus+ Optical

Battery: 70 hours

Interface: Hyperspeed Wireless

Buttons: 8

Ergonomic: Ambidextrous

Weight: 2.6 oz (74 g)

Reasons to buy

+20,000 DPI Sensor+Lightweight+Ambidextrous+Long Battery Life/Quick Recharge Time

Reasons to avoid

Right and left clicks feel a touch flimsyFewer programmable buttons than competitors

This wireless, ambidextrous esports gaming mouse is for the serious competitor who wants something fast and accurate. The Viper Ultimate is almost a complete opposite from its bigger brother, the Razer Basilisk Ultimate, sacrificing buttons for a more lightweight design.

The Viper Ultimate comes equipped with Razer’s HyperSpeed Wireless transmission, which gives the mouse a latency of less than 0.2ms, making it just as fast as its wired counterpart. Like the Basilisk, the Viper Ultimate comes with a wireless charging dock that’ll fully charge the mouse in less than two hours. If you value accuracy and speed above all else, the Viper Ultimate’s performance can compete with some of the best gaming mice out there.

In our in-depth Razer Viper Ultimate review, the only real shortcomings we found are that the right/left mouse buttons can feel a little flimsy due to the entire mouse being so light. It has fewer programmable buttons than its competitors, such as the Logitech G502 Lightspeed or even the Basilisk Ultimate, but comes in at the same hefty price range. Thankfully, its speed, 70-hour battery life, and ambidextrous design make it the best wireless mouse for competitive gaming around.

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9. Corsair Katar Pro Wireless

Best no-nonsense budget wireless mouse

Specifications

DPI: 10,000

Sensor: PMW3325

Battery: 135 hours

Interface: Slipstream Wireless, Bluetooth

Buttons: 6

Ergonomic: Ambidextrous (left-side thumb buttons)

Weight: 3.4 oz (96 g)

Reasons to buy

+Comfy design+Lightweight

Reasons to avoid

Lacks a little style

Taking cues from the Logitech G305, the Katar Pro Wireless takes a simpler, more elegant approach to their lightweight rodent. For a $30 mouse, the Katar Pro manages to never actually feels like a budget product. Not bad if you need a reliable wireless gaming mouse with decent battery life. Just be sure you keep some extra AAs around to be on the safe side. 

On the downside, the Katar Pro Wireless is a lot less flashy than Corsair’s usual offerings, with no RGB to speak off or eye-catching features. That being said, it’s a comfy mouse that travels well. Oh, did we already mention that it’s $30?

Best wireless gaming mouse FAQ

What’s the main consideration in choosing wireless over wired?

Today, most of the conventional wisdom about wireless gaming mice is wrong. Some wireless mice are still more expensive, and poor ones could suck their batteries dry in the middle of a match or lag thanks to a weak wireless receiver. But the best wireless gaming mice perform almost indistinguishably from wired ones, without a hint of the traditional lag or stutter to be found. 

How do we test wireless gaming mice?

We use each wireless gaming mouse for several days, at minimum, getting a sense of how the mouse feels in our hands, the grip and material, and the feel of its buttons. We pay attention to battery life and how often the mouse needs to be recharged if applicable.

For gaming, we primarily test mice with Destiny 2 and Apex Legends and twitchier shooters like Quake Champions to see how our performance stacks up against other mice. We scrutinize the cursor movement and responsiveness for lag, jitter, and other issues.

We use each mouse with its wireless receiver plugged into a keyboard giving it the best possible wireless situation to work with. We also test the wireless receivers plugged into our test system a few feet away with my legs in between, increasing the opportunity for lag and interference.