Introduction to the Gaming Mouse’s of the Month: September 2011
The gaming mouse’s of the month section here at Newb Computer Build is all about providing you with my top three gaming mice of the month based on a number of factors – such as reviews, gaming quality, price points, and appeal. The gaming mouse market is pretty large, so it can be hard to pin point which is the best gaming mouse.
For the month of September 2011, I will choose three Gaming Mice based solely on consumer review value, so that you have a base understanding of what to look for in a gaming mouse. If you have any questions please leave a comment and I will get back to you. Enjoy!
Mouse 1: Logitech G500
The Logitech G500 Gaming Mouse is the number one top rated gaming mouse out there! And it is for a fact a great gaming mouse in my opinion since I do use it for my Gaming PC. If you would like to read a short review I did you can check it here here. Below you can see all of this mouse’s specifications.
Estimated Price: $59.99
|Brand / Model / Type:||Logitech – G500 – Wired|
|Scrolling Capability:||Dual-mode Scroll Wheel|
|Maximum DPI:||5700 dpi|
Mouse 2: Logitech G9x Black
Yes, I know another Logitech Gaming mouse! But the Logitech G9X is a very cool mouse. You can change its grips to fit your hand more comfortably, fine tune your weight precisely, custom color LED’s to match it to your PC (or whatever else) and much much more.
Estimated Price: $63.99
|Brand / Model / Type:||Logitech – G9x – Wired|
|Scrolling Capability:||Two modes scroll|
|Maximum DPI:||5700 dpi|
Mouse 3: RAZER Abyssus
The Razer Abyssus Gaming Mouse is a cheaper priced gaming mouse with great reviews.
Estimated Price: $39.99
|Brand / Model / Type:||RAZER – Abyssus – Wired|
|Scrolling Capability:||1 x Wheel|
|Maximum DPI:||3500 dpi|
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All three of the above gaming mouse’s would be a very suitable addition to any gaming PC. What it all boils down to here is what you feel would be advantageous for you to have in a gaming mouse. Do you like on the fly DPI changeability? Matching your peripherals to the color/look of your PC? And what are you willing to spend? I personally love my Logitech G500 gaming mouse, so if you were to ask my opinion out of this list that would be my choice. I have found that the Logitech G500 is a great gaming mouse, and a great mouse overall daily use as well.
If you ever have any questions please do not hesitate to leave a comment or message me. As well, if you have any other suggestions for a great gaming mouse, then let everyone know via the comment section below!