Best Gaming Mouse in India (September 2023)

By Manish Rajesh | Updated on 29-Jul-2023
Best Gaming Mouse in India For a PC gamer, the keyboard and mouse are the most important tools in their arsenal. If you're someone who takes your gaming seriously, then any other mouse won't do, you need to get your hands on a gaming mouse. In this list for the best gaming mouse in India, we've covered a variety of mice. We've got all-rounder gaming mice that are good at just about anything you put them to, such as the Logitech G502 X Plus and the Razer Basilisk V3 Pro. Then we've got mice that are specialised for certain genres, like the Logitech G Pro X SUPERLIGHT for FPS games and the Razer Naga V2 Pro, and Corsair Scimitar Pro RGB for MMO gamers. We've also got mice for left-handed users, like the Logitech G Pro Wireless and budget options like the Razer Viper Mini and the Logitech G102 Lightsync. We're sure that at least one of the mice in this list will suit your needs.

Logitech G502 X Plus

Logitech G502 X Plus price in India
The Logitech G502 X Plus is the latest iteration of the popular Logitech G502 Hero mouse. While the overall shape remains mostly the same, Logitech has made some pretty major changes in the design department. The mouse features a more curvy and smooth design as opposed to the angular design of the original G502 Hero or the G502 Lightspeed. The mouse is lighter in general at 89 g and forgoes weight adjustment entirely. With the Plus variant you also get an 8-zone RGB light strip that, quite frankly, looks gorgeous. That being said, this mouse isn't all looks. The HERO 25K sensor on board is no slouch and is one of the best sensors we've tested to date. You get a maximum DPI of 25,600, with a maximum tracking speed of 400IPS and 40 G acceleration. Additionally, with the G502 X Plus you also get Logitech's new Lightforce switches, which are hybrid optical-mechanical switches. The optical side of things ensures that you get low response times, while the mechanical side of things ensures you get a nice and tactile click. If all of that wasn't enough, the mouse is loaded with features. You get up to 13 programmable buttons, the ability to switch between infinite and step-scrolling, and did we mentioned the mouse is wireless? With the software, the number of customisations goes even higher. Considering everything the Logitech G502 X Plus has to offer, it's a solid all-rounder gaming mouse that can handle just about anything you throw at it.

Razer Basilisk V3 Pro

Razer Basilisk V3 Pro price in India
Very close behind the Logitech G502 X Plus you have the Razer Basilisk V3 Pro which features a similar shape and design. It has slightly fewer programmable buttons at 9, but even that is a lot. The Razer Focus Pro 30K Optical Sensor is one of the best sensors that we've had the opportunity to test, so if you're looking for a fast and precise sensor, you can't go wrong here. You can get up to 30,000 DPI via the software, a maximum tracking speed of 750IPS and acceleration of 70 G. Like the G502 X Plus, you've got plenty of customisation options via the software, from customising RGB, to fine tuning DPI settings, button customisations, lift-off distance and more. The mouse is also wireless, meaning you don’t have to deal with the hassle of tangled cables or cable drag. That does also mean the mouse comes at a premium, however, the Razer Basilisk V3 is a wired version of the same mouse with a downgraded version of the Razer Focus sensor which is also a great option if you’re on a tighter budget.

Razer DeathAdder V3 Pro

Razer DeathAdder V3 Pro price in India
The Razer DeathAdder is to Razer what the G502 Hero is to Logitech. The Razer DeathAdder V3 Pro is the latest iteration of another evergreen gaming mouse, the DeathAdder. On the surface the mouse looks pretty much the same as its predecessors but there are some subtle changes to the shape and design to improve ergonomics. This mouse falls into the ultra-lightweight category at just 63 g, which is impressive for a wireless mouse. Of course, Razer has done away with all the frills to achieve this weight, including RGB and Bluetooth connectivity. However, you still get the two side buttons which are pretty much mandatory on gaming mice these days. Like the Basilisk V3 Pro, the Razer DeathAdder V3 Pro comes with Razer's best sensor, the Focus Pro 30K. The mouse boasts an impressive batter life too, at around 90 hours. The DeathAdder V3 Pro comes with a Razer HyperSpeed 2.4 GHz dongle out of the box, but you can opt to pick up Razer's HyperPolling Wireless Dongle separately, which will allow you to increase the DeathAdder V3 Pro's polling rate from 1000 Hz to 4000 Hz. This does have a pretty significant impact on the mouse's battery life however, so keep that in mind. Regardless, this is one of the best no-frills, ultra-lightweight gaming mice in the market right now.

Logitech G Pro Wireless

Logitech G Pro Wireless price in India
The Logitech G Pro Wireless is one of the few truly ambidextrous gaming mice out there. It has a premium build and feel, is fairly lightweight at 79 g, and feels very comfortable to use even after long gaming sessions. The Logitech G Pro Wireless also features the HERO 25K sensor which should more than suffice for your competitive gaming needs. Logitech also promises excellent battery life with the Logitech G Pro Wireless, with up to 60 hours with the RGB lighting turned off. The G Pro Wireless also has on-board memory where you can store up to 5 profiles and carry them with you to other PCs. The two side buttons are on the left side by default but you can have them on the right side as well, making this a truly ambidextrous mouse.

Razer Naga v2 Pro

Razer Naga v2 Pro price in India
If you're an MMO player, then look no farther than the Razer Naga V2 Pro. Just like its predecessor, the Naga V2 Pro features three swappable sideplates, each with 12, six and two buttons respectively. It also features a unique three-click scroll wheel which brings the total tally to 20 potential programmable buttons! You could have entire control schemes mapped to this mouse. Swapping out the side plates is easy, as they're magnetic, so you can easily go about it on the fly, or during some downtime in-game. There's also a place to stash the 2.4 GHz Razer HyperSpeed dongle under the sideplates. The ergonomic body of the Naga V2 Pro is very comfy, but it is probably the heaviest mouse on this list at 134 g. Like the Basilisk V3 Pro and the DeathAdder V3 Pro, the Naga V2 Pro uses Razer's Focus Pro 30K sensor, and we've already gone over how good those are. So if you don't mind the weight, this is the best MMO mouse out there.

Corsair Scimitar Pro RGB

Corsair Scimitar Pro RGB price in India
If you’re looking for a wired, budget alternative to the Razer Naga v2 Pro, you have the good old Corsair Scimitar Pro RGB. This is the oldest mouse on this list, but is still a solid option if you’re in the market for an MMO mouse. The Corsair Scimitar Pro RGB features 12 buttons on the side, without the option of swapping out buttons or templates. Like the Naga, the weight is on the higher side at 128 g, but it is also very comfortable in the hand, especially if you’re someone who uses the palm grip. The Scimitar Pro features a PMW3367 sensor, with a maximum DPI of 16,000. It is precise and accurate enough for just about any genre of game, but it is obviously aimed at MMO players.

Corsair Ironclaw RGB Wireless

Corsair Ironclaw RGB Wireless price in India
The Corsair Ironclaw RGB Wireless is the mouse for you if you're someone with big hands and needs a wider gaming mouse to comfortably fit in your palm. This is a very wide and fairly tall mouse, making it ideal - and very comfortable - for people with large hands. You might want to steer clear if you've got medium to small hands. It can get pretty uncomfortable to use, as even reaching the side buttons can be difficult. The mouse features the Pixart PMW3391 sensor, with a maximum DPI of 18,000 and a tracking speed of 450IPS. This is a good sensor, which we found to have fairly precise and accurate tracking in our testing. That being said, this might not be the ideal FPS gaming mouse as it's not only quite large, it's also pretty heavy at 130 g.


Logitech G Pro X SUPERLIGHT price in India
The Logitech G Pro X Superlight, in terms of just performance, is one of the best gaming mice we've tested to date. Built on the Logitech G Pro Wireless, which is also on this list, the Logitech G Pro X Superlight gets rid of all the frills, much like the DeathAdder V3 does, to give us a super lightweight, precise, and accurate gaming mouse. It's very light at just over 60 g, despite having no honeycomb design, and having a power source inside - since this is also a wireless mouse. That's almost as impressive as the performance on this mouse. The PTFE feet on the mouse have also been expanded for extra glide, especially targeted at twitchy FPS gamers. While it sports the same shape as the G Pro Wireless, the Superlight is a faux ambidextrous mouse as you cannot swap the positions of the side buttons from the left to the right.

Razer Viper Mini

Razer Viper Mini price in India
The first budget mouse option on this list, the Razer Viper Mini is a smaller version of the Razer Viper. The unnamed optical sensor in the Razer Viper Mini is obviously not as good as the higher end sensors on this list, including the regular Razer Viper, but that doesn't mean it isn't good. Especially for the price. The Optical sensor in the Razer Viper Mini comes with a maximum DPI of 8500, a maximum tracking speed of 300 IPS and acceleration of 35 G. The size of the Viper Mini is ideal for people with small hands and people with medium hands who prefer the claw grip. It's incredibly lightweight at just 59 g making this one of the best budget mice you can pick for FPS games.

Logitech G102 Lightsync

Logitech G102 Lightsync price in India
The Logitech G102 is a gaming mouse that almost all PC gamers might have heard of, as possibly the first gaming mouse they got, or at least considered getting. It sits in the hotly-contested budget gaming mouse segment and is still standing strong over the years. Now we've got the Logitech G102 Lightsync iteration, which allows you to sync the mouse's three RGB zones with your other Lightsync devices via the app. This is a no frills mouse, with all the essentials, including the two side buttons, and that’s it. The RGB actually looks pretty great on this mouse if you consider the price. The shape is great for medium to small hands and it feels very comfortable. The mouse features an ambidextrous design, with a thin light strip running across the rear of the palm rest. This really makes this budget mouse stand out, at least in terms of aesthetics. It's not bad in the performance department as well. The "gaming-grade" sensor in the G102 is unnamed, but offers up to 8000 DPI, which is honestly more than enough for your gaming needs unless you game in 4K, in which case, why a budget mouse? Still, the sensor is not bad at all, especially for a budget mouse.

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List Of Best Gaming Mouse In India

Product Name Seller Price
Logitech G502 X Plus Amazon ₹ 14,200
Razer Basilisk V3 Pro Amazon ₹ 13,999
Razer DeathAdder V3 Pro Amazon ₹ 16,399
Logitech G Pro Wireless Amazon ₹ 10,495
Corsair Scimitar Pro RGB Amazon ₹ 14,364
Logitech G Pro X SUPERLIGHT Amazon ₹ 25,578
Razer Viper Mini Amazon ₹ 12,999
Logitech G102 Lightsync Amazon ₹ 1,895