Top 5 Wireless Gaming Mice of 2021

It’s been an interesting year of mouse releases. As we approach the midpoint of the year I thought I would reflect on my personal favourite wireless mice to date. I’ve ranked these in order¬† and justified my thought process behind including each of these mice.¬† There were definetly mice I tried this year that didn’t make the cut but these stand above the competition as my top five choices currently

5. Logitech G305

The Logitech G305 isn’t the flashiest or newest mouse on this list by any means. It doesn’t have some of the bells and whistles of newer releases but I wanted to include it for two reasons. The first being that this is one of the few true budget wireless mice on the market that is widely available. It’s often found under retail on sites like Amazon for prices as low as $49.99. I wrote a full review on the mouse in the past and it’s an enduring recommendation for the classic egg shape, durability and pure value.

4. Razer Viper Ultimate

The Razer Viper Ultimate sits on the throne of Razer’s wireless offerings. It’s their top wireless ambi mouse and it’s packed with features. Great build quality and a top of the line sensor alongside great battery life. The shape isn’t for everything but Razer did innovate by throwing in a useful charging dock and an excellent all around feature set. If you can get used to the shape, the VPU is a top performer. Check out my review of the VPU here.

3. Ninjutso Origin One X (OOX) Wireless Ergo

The Nininjutso Origin One came as a bit of a surprise as it’s an excellent wireless mouse from an upstart company. The mouse feels great in hand with a ergo shape that actually works for claw and palm grippers with smaller hands. If you loved the Intellimouse Pro shape and wanted some modern conveniences the Origin One X is hard to beat. The OOX has great feeling clicks and coating and It helps that the battery life is also top notch. Check out the full review if you want to know more about it.

2. Razer Orochi V2

Since I’ve gotten the Razer Orochi V2 I haven’t been able to stop using it. It’s short, small design easily works with a AA or AAA battery and it’s got top notch build quality paired with a diminutive frame. The clicks feel just so crispy on this thing with the custom Razer GM 4.0 Kailh switches used. It’s also a bit cheaper than the other wireless mice on the market that have a built-in rechargeable battery. If you love fingertip grip and want wireless, this is a top pic. My full review of it is available to read HERE.

1.Logitech G Pro X Superlight

The GPX Superlight is on the top of my list because it’s a mouse that’s greater than the sum of it’s parts. It’s no small feat that Logitech was able to shave the weight down to under 63g. The mouse feels feather light to the touch with a familiar shape and improved coating that should making aiming feel natural. While it does come in at a premium price point, the incredible battery life and large PTFE make this a solid performer right out the box. With the current crop of wireless mice on the market, the Logitech G Pro X Superlight still stands above the competition.