Top 5 gaming mouse under Rs 3000 (2019)

by November 25, 2019 0 comments

Mouse is perhaps the most important peripheral when it comes to competitive gaming. In the heat of the moment, even a fraction of a second can be the difference between a victory or a defeat. And it all depends on your reaction time. But what if your mouse isn’t responsive enough to keep up with the heat? Worry not. We have compiled the list of Top 5 gaming mouse which you can get on a budget; just under Rs 3000: 

SteelSeries Rival 110 

Steelseries Rival 110

One of the best mouse on this list. It does not come LOADED with features, but it has top notch quality and is possibly the most reliable mouse out there. The materials used are highgrade, but the wire is unbraided. Rival 110 is rubberized on the top which feels great. The mouse is very responsive, thanks to its state of the art truemove1 technology, which makes the mouse very accurate as well. It has a DPI setting of up to 7200. The DPI switch comes with only two settings. It might seem like a bad thing, but it is great for FPS where you can instantly switch between two DPIs and not waste time. The mouse also comes with a memory chip where you can store your performance and RGB settings for software free use at LANs. Moreover, the switches have a life span of 30 million clicks, which is huge at the price of Rs 2469. 

If you are looking for something with high quality, accuracy and reliability, this is the mouse for you.

Amazon Price: Rs 2480  

HyperX Pulsefire Core 

Hyper X pulsefire

Pulsefire Core is the cheaper version of HyperX’s falgshipPulsefire surge. It comes with Pixart’s 3327 sensor, which loses out to SteelSeries Rival 110. For one, the acceleration can get a bit jittery, the DPI goes upto 6200. But the mouse is extremely well built, and has a braided cable as well, which is lacking in Rival 110. It also has 7 buttons. On all other accounts, Rival 110 beats Pulsefire Core. It is a great mouse, don’t ger me wrong, but since the price is more or less the same (Rival 110 is actually 30 bucks cheaper on Amazon), I would only recommend it if you are left handed, or you want a DPI button with 4 settings.

Amazon Price: Rs 2499 

Logitech G402 Hyperion Fury 

Logitech Hyperion Fury

This is for the ones who prefer their mouse a bit chunky. Logitech’s G402 is sturdy, rubberised and weighs about 145g. The biggest selling point of this mouse is the Fusion engine, which makes this mouse extremely accurate and a tracking rate of 500 IPS. The only downside is that it has a maximum DPI of 4000. But if you are an FPS player, go for this mouse. 

Amazon Price: Rs 1999

Corsair Harpoon Pro RGB 

Corsair Harpoon

This is a bit tricky, since this mouse usually costs Rs 3200 on Amazon. And for a good reason: It is really, really good. I have been fanboying over the Rival 110, but that is about Rs 700 cheaper than Harpoon. The reason I have put it on this list is because the price does occasionally fall on amazon on lightning deals. At the time of writing, it cost Rs 1500 on the lightning deal. You might also get it for around Rs 3000 from a local retailer. 

But boy, is this a great mouse. It has 6 completely programmable buttons and the DPI button comes with 5 settings. It also has another button for Sniper setting. The best part is that the maximum DPI you can set this mouse to is 12,000. It also has rubberised side grips and weighs only 85g. The only downside is that this mouse is meant only for right handed people. 

Amazon Price: Rs 1499

Corsair M65 Pro RGB 

Top 5 Gaming mouse

Another mouse on the list that crosses the Rs 3000 mark. It costs around Rs 3500, but at the time of writing, it costs Rs 2500 on the lightning deal. This is one of the best gaming mouse on the market, and if you can expand your budget a bit, just go for it. It has all the features of Harpoon, but with adjustable weight and aluminium frame. The mouse can make flicking a bit hard, but that is about all the downside it has. 

Amazon Price: Rs 2499

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