Next up comes a bike from JOROTO which offers a similar performance as our top pick, but at a more affordable price. There are a few key differences between the two, but chances are that some of the features this bike lacks are a good trade off if you’re on a budget. Don’t let that price fool you. This bike is all about getting you a challenging workout on a daily basis.
JOROTO has used good quality tubing for the frame, making this entire thing rather sturdy. The seat is not a racing type, but it is fully adjustable. One of the first places where you will see a compromise is the flywheel. This model features a 35 pound unit which is still very formidable all things considered. The drive system is quite good, smooth and responsive.
There’s no slack in the pedals and you can really load the entire thing. As expected, the resistance settings are fully adjustable and can go pretty much as high as you want them to. One cool thing about this JOROTO bike is the media shelf which is large enough to house even the largest tablets quite securely. Also, it’s a good looking bike.
Razer has always been one of the driving forces behind top tier gaming mice. Their Naga series holds a special place in any gamer’s heart. This mouse brings an impressive combination of great performance, cool features and decent enough price.
At its core, you are getting a 16,000 DPI optical sensor that isn’t packed with space-age features but does the job. The true star of the show here is the interchangeable side plate that adds depth to the mouse.
Aside from those features, gamers can look forward to a very aggressive but comfortable styling, 12 buttons, mechanical switches RGB lighting and more. Naga is currently among the best bang for the buck options in this end of the market.
ROCCAT is another brand with plenty of pull in the industry. What we’re looking at here’s one of their latest higher end offerings that goes under the name of Kone Aimo. It represents a great mix of quality and performance.
The company behind this bad boy went with a high precision Owl-Eye sensor that delivers 100-12,000 DPI. It is accurate, precise and extremely fast. The mouse is also packed with RGB illumination and 23 fully programmable keys all over.
In terms of aesthetics and ergonomics, this is one of the prettiest gaming mice you can get right now. it comes in a variety of colors and takes the cake when it comes to design. It also feels great too.
Next up is another Razer product. This time around we went for something that’s both simple and effective. This is the mouse for minimalist users who want the performance and don’t care about the flashy bells and whistles as much.
Despite being a simplistic model, this mouse still packs all the right features. You’re getting a super fast optical sensor with max DPI set at 16,000 There are 8 fully programmable buttons as well as some limited RGB lighting
As its name states, this is an ultralight mouse. Matter of fact, it’s the lightest mouse on the market right now. That may or may not be a con depending on your taste and preference. However, the mouse is good.
Logitech G403 Hero takes things down a notch in terms of aesthetics and design. It’s a completely minimalist mouse just so happens to be one of the best out there performance wise. It packs all the right features and more.
Under its simple exterior lies great hardware. Logitech went with a 16,000 DPI, 400 IPS optical sensor that provide good accuracy as well as snappy precision. There’s no smoothing or acceleration of any kind. You’re getting a raw input.
Ergonomics wise, G400 series never had issues in this department. It is a simple looking mouse, but one that sits well in the hand. With rubber side panels and a 10g removable weight, you can cater it to your needs.
Logitech’s more affordable line of gaming mice is proving to be a real contender when it comes to bang for the buck value. Their G Pro Hero brings a lot of high end features in a mid range, affordable mouse.
At the core of this model is that same Hero 16,000 DPI, 400 IPS+ sensor found in G400 series. The mouse runs with no additional acceleration, smoothing or filtering. It’s snappy, fast and accurate which is everything you’d need.
One area where its price shows are the looks. This is a simple gaming mouse with even less design feature than its more expensive cousin we’ve just talked about. It is light, fairly comfortable and offers 6 fully programmable buttons.
Finding a good gaming mouse on a budget can be tricky to say the least, but not impossible. Mionix Avior 7000 offers a good balance of price, performance and aesthetics. It is a solid choice for those on a budget.
As far as the core hardware goes, Mionix went with a decent 7000 DPI optical sensor which is more than enough for casual gaming. It isn’t the most accurate thing out there, but it gets the job done just fine.
This is a fairly basic mouse, but one that offers great ergonomics and good functionality. At this price, it is by far one of the best choices on the market. Mionix has put together a great budget mouse with Avior.
Having a good gaming mouse is important if you plan on playing competitively or just getting the most out of your gaming time. Finding the right model for you might be a bit tricky. There are as many preferences as there are people.
Because of that, some will be more than content with a wireless gaming mouse, while others will need a wired, high end beast to get the job done. Today we’ll focus on showing you a few things to keep in mind when shopping for a gaming mouse for less than $100.
This is generally the heart of the mouse and hence requires the most attention. Finding a good optical sensor in a mouse is 90% of the job. What you are looking for is good DPI values, or Dots Per Inch. This is nothing more than a measurement of how sensitive the mouse is. Higher DPI isn’t necessarily better.
What matters more is how much you can fine tune the DPI within a given range. DPI paired with in-game sensitivity is what it’s all about. As expected, higher end mice will have a better sensor then a gaming mouse that costs under $50. That is a given.
Once you’ve found a good sensor, you’ll want to find something that fits well in your hand. Our hands are different in general, so make sure to find something that fits yours well. An uncomfortable mouse can have the best possible sensor, but it will still be a choir to use.
This is where you need to figure out how much functionality you need. Can you get away with 5 buttons? Or do you need north of 10? Different gaming mice have offer different configurations in this regard.
With all that covered, let’s look at some of the most frequently asked questions regarding gaming mice.
Absolutely! Any gaming mouse will move the cursor just as well inside a game as it will in a different piece of software. On top of that, a gaming mouse can be configured to work with different software shortcuts so it could potentially improve your work flow.
A gaming mouse doesn’t necessarily improve aim on its own, but it is a necessary tool to have if you want to improve your aim. In other words, you will have to work hard on your aiming skills and a gaming mouse will help, but it won’t magically make you an eSports superstar.
It depends what kind of games you play. Most FPS players will work with 700 DPI or lower because lower DPI allows for better precision. On the other hand, MOBA gamers will use more than that on average.
SteelSeries Rival 710 may not be the most expensive or most aggressive looking mouse on the market. However, it has proven to be a true contender when it comes to performance over time. The optical sensor it comes with is simply that good. That said, all of the mice on this list are more than great for gaming and will allow you to enjoy your favorite titles much more than a regular mouse can. We did our best to find mice that are great in terms of performance, but also reasonably priced. All you have to do is pick one!