Best Gaming Mouse Under 50 – Top 7 Mice (November 2018)

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Hey… Drop the Doritos and take your last sip of Mountain Dew! in the next 5 minutes you are going to find the absolute best gaming mouse for under 50 bucks. So sit back, relax and read what the experts have to say. Have fun looking for a gaming mouse my friend!

It’s no surprise that if you are serious about gaming one of the most important pieces of tech that will have a big impact on your gaming is a good mouse. If you end up purchasing a poor quality gaming mouse, then you won’t be able to pull the trigger on your opponent fast enough. If you get a high-quality gaming mouse, then you’re in-game character will be able to react quickly to your hand movements and you can potentially start getting higher rankings. Of course, you need other bits of tech, but a gaming mouse is undoubtedly an essential piece of the puzzle and let me tell you something, it doesn’t have to be an expensive piece.

Just by merely looking around and doing some research you can find the best gaming mice, but you still should be careful as I have a friend who bought a super expensive gaming mouse that was really terrible. Read this guide I have written if you want to avoid getting ripped off in your pursuit for the best budget gaming mouse!

Make sure you read till the end to find the number 1 mouse and a profile that matches you!

7 Best Gaming Mice Under 50

Top 4 Snapshot

Hiraliy-F300-Gaming-Mouse

Hiraliy F300

  • 5000 dpi
  • 9 Programmable Buttons
  • RGB Multi Color Breathing Light
  • PWM3325 Sensor
UtechSmart-Venus-Mouse

Utech Smart Venus

  • 16400 DPI
  • 18 Programmable Buttons
  • 5 Color Mode Breathing Light
  • Avago Sensor
Redragon-M901-Mouse

Redragon M901

  • 16400 DPI
  • 18 Programmable Buttons
  • RGB Backlit Custom Lighting
  • Delta Zero Sensor
Razer-DeathAdder-Elite-Mouse

Razer DeathAdder Elite

  • 16000 DPI
  • 7 Programmable Buttons
  • Chroma RGB
  • 5g Optical Sensor


7) Havit


Havit-Mouse

You are completely broke and live in your moms basement…

This Havit gaming mouse might be one of the coolest out there with it’s lit up vein patterns on the top of the mouse. It has around 7 different pulsing color patterns as well that make it even more lit that it already is. This bad boy isn’t just a pretty face either, it goes up to  3200 dpi and down to 800 dpi, and you can set that with your finger with the dpi button. Havit have also ensured that the USB part of this mouse work great by making the cord braided and the USB plug is gold plated which makes sure that your movement gets transmitted faster than usual. The havit mouse feels very comfortable, and I can see that they have made an effort to make it ergonomic. My hands feel good with this gaming mouse even after a 10-hour gaming session. All in all, this is a well-built mouse at a superb price that is also very easy to set up, and I am happy to put it in this guide. Read Full Havit Mouse Review..

Pros

  • Comfortable, especially for big hands
  • Gold plated plugs for faster connection
  • Easy setup

Cons

  • Led lighting isn’t great


6) Logitech G602


Logitech-G602-Mouse

You don’t mind changing your mouse every year…

Logitech has been featured here on 25PC so many times, and they are starting to make big moves in the gaming space with their high-quality monitors and other tech. The G602 offers the chance for gamers to get hold of a great mouse that has lots of great features. This is wireless gaming mouse which can sometimes be annoying if you have to continually recharge the batteries but this has inbuilt power saving delta zero sensor technology that helps the mouse work at optimum power for up to 250 hours. With some wireless gaming mice, you will sometimes get a small lag that can sometimes screw you over in a game, but this Logitech boats an impressive lag-free response which was something I picked up on when using this for PubG.

Pros

  • Well known respected brand
  • Wireless Gaming and fast
  • Lag Free technology

Cons

  • Some reports it doesn’t last long


5) SteelSeries Rival 110


SteelSeriesRival-110-Mouse

You have freakishly long arms and don’t mind a short cable length…

If you have looked for any gaming tech recently, then you will have no doubt come across the SteelSeries brand and for a good reason are they are putting out a lot of good gaming tech right now. This Rival 110 mouse is priced well has a 30g optical sensor, 240 IPS and 7,200 cpi. When you have your hand on this mouse, the first thing you will probably feel is the palm grip on the side that make it easy to hold and move around at high speeds. If you are looking for a mouse that has good light up features, then the Rival 110 is absolutely the one to buy. You can choose the mouse to light up from 16.8 million colors (the whole color spectrum) which is cool but what is even cooler is that you can set the mouse to light based on things like low in-game ammo, health and other features which is a gamer changer in my opinion. Read full Steel Series Rival 110 Review..

Pros

  • Amazing optical sensor
  • Nice low key lighting
  • Great bargain

Cons

  • Not wireless and cable length isn’t great


4) Razer DeathAdder Elite​​​​


Razer-DeathAdder-Elite-MMO-Gaming-Mouse

You get/got bullied at school and had dreams of one day moving out of your hometown to become a pro gamer…

In my opinion, you do sometimes have to be careful with Razer gaming products as they are not always great and that is true with their gaming mice but not their headsets. Several gaming mice released by Razer have pretty bad reviews and are not great in my option but the DeathAdder they released, in my opinion, should get much praise as it is superb. It is made for esports and comes in different models including destiny, essential, left, overwatch FPS and MMO gaming, but they are all mostly same in cost and quality.  They claim that this mouse has the worlds most precise sensor and I believe them because when using this mouse it is incredibly responsive to my hand movements. The optical sensor has a 16,000 dpi and can cover movement speeds of up to 450 inches per second which is essential for FPS gaming. Read Full Deathadder Review..

Pros

  • Made for professional e-sports
  • Accurate technical sensor
  • Huge range of different color options

Cons

  • Scroll wheel can make a squeaking noise for some people after some time


3) Redragon M901


Redragon-M901-Mouse

You’ve got huge hands, are popular with the ladies because of that and are a massive nerd who likes to program…

I have never heard of the Redragon brand before which is strange because it turns out that this mouse is pretty damn good! This gaming mouse is perfect for MMO gaming and the buttons on the side are customizable so that you can set up shortcuts and as well is that you can change the DPI instantly with your fingers making this mouse very convenient. The DPI goes up to 16400, has 12000 FPS, 30G acceleration and is an excellent gaming mouse for gamers optimized to make sure it reacts super fast to your movements. It comes in white or black, and the buttons also light up in various color schemes. If you have tiny hands, then it might be hard for you to reach all the buttons so keep that in mind. I don’t have an individual review of the M901 currently, but I do have Full Review on the Redragon M902..

Pros

  • A large number of programmable numbers
  • Changeable color schemes
  • Precise laser sensor
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    Cool name

Cons

  • Not good for small hands


2) UtechSmart Venus


UtechSmart-Venus-Mouse

You are a disgusting hipster who wants to own a great mouse that isn’t that popular..

UtechSmart may be a completely unknown brand but don’t let that put you off straight away as this mouse did have a lot of the same features as the other big name brand gaming mice and compared to the others you don’t have to pay a premium on this mouse just for the brand name. This mouse has been recommended by IGN and comes with a 16400 DPI, 12000 FPS, 100 Hz Polling rate, 30G acceleration and looks cool. It can light up in 5 different color modes which look incredible in the dark and even more impressive if you combine it with a gaming keyboard that lights up as well. This mouse is very durable, and that includes the cable which is braided for extra protection. The one thing I would say is that if your hands are on either side of the extreme size then don’t get this mouse as the UtechSmart venus works best with an average sized hand. Read Full Utechsmart Review..

Pros

  • 30g acceleration speed (that’s fast)
  • 5 different light settings
  • IGN like this mouse lol

Cons

  • Not a well-known brand


1) Hiraliy F300 – (Editors Choice)


Hiraliy-F300-Gaming-Mouse

You are funny, talented, awesome, honest, handsome and smart enough to get the best mouse ever made…

The Hiraliy F300 is an exciting mouse for many reasons, and I am entirely sure I love it. It comes with 9 programmable buttons that let you configure macros which straight away makes this a strong candidate as a great gaming mouse but also take not those features won’t work on mac. This mouse also has a lighting mode that comes with 4 different color modes, and they are a more peaceful ambient setting compared to others which offer a much stronger color scheme. You can, of course, adjust the DPI on the mouse between 500 and 5000. I would say that it feels very smooth when moving this mouse around gaming and it is easy to set up, so that all sounds great right? Well the one deal breaker for me is that this mouse has an extremely loud clicking sound that really annoys me, to be honest. If you don’t mind that, then you can get a great bang for your buck buying this because I can’t find anything else wrong with it. Read Full Hiraliy Mouse Review Here..

Pros

  • Adjustable DPI settings
  • Programmable macros

Cons

  • Loud clicking noise

4 Replies to “Best Gaming Mouse Under 50 – Top 7 Mice (November 2018)”

  1. Damn… straight to the point my man. The Redragon and Utechsmart have the best DPI’s by the looks of things. Now I just gotta choose between the two of them.

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