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Mid-Range Gaming Mouse Under PHP 6,000

Upgrading your gaming mouse can be quite confusing. Nothing surpasses the comfort and speed of a good gaming mouse that feels like an extension of your own arm. Whether you’re looking to acquire a more responsive optical sensor or removing the wires and trying to Mary Kondo your desktop. Though there may be a difference between the best mouse for a MOBA player and the best lightweight mouse an FPS player would use, here’s a quick guide on some of the mice you might want to consider.

Glorious Model O

The Glorious Model O was a quick hit when it was initially released. Thanks to its 69g weight, it was one of the lightest mice in the market and many other manufacturers followed suit. Despite the trigger for trypophobia, it is actually one of the most comfortable mice that one can get on the market right now. While it is comfortable and ambidextrous in design, buyers should keep in mind that this mouse is on the bigger side of their series and those with smaller hands might want to consider the Glorious O- instead.

Glorious Model O Wireless Mouse

Size: 128 x 37.5 x 66mm
Connection type: Wired or 2.4 GHz
Weight: 69g Wired | 67g Wireless
RGB: Yes
Programmable Buttons: Yes
Software: Glorious PC Gaming Race
Sensor Model: PixArt PMW3360
DPI: 400 -12,000
Lift Off Distance: 1.2 mm
Max Polling Rate: 1000Hz
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Zowie S2 Gaming Mouse

Zowie has been a staple in FPS games and is one of the most highly recommended gaming mice in the market. With their release of the Divina series marketed for females and those with smaller hands, it became a popular option for those who were into the no-BS gaming and just needed a simple plug-and-play device. The bump on the rear end of the mouse might be an adjustment for some but once used to it, shouldn’t be much of a trouble with any grip type.

Size: 120 x 38 x 64 mm
Connection type: Wired
Weight: 82g
RGB: No
Programmable Buttons: No
Software: N/A
Sensor Model:PixArt PMW3360
DPI:400 – 3,600
Lift Off Distance:2.4 mm
Max Polling Rate: 1000Hz
Availability: PC Hub – PHP 4,060

 

Logitech G PRO Wireless

Logitech G Pro Wireless

Logitech is one of the brands that has been in the gaming scene for the longest time. With the release of the Logitech G Pro Wireless, it has become a versatile tool for both gaming and office use. Its size and shape are comfortable, and fit almost every had size and grip. It might be worth noting that smaller hands may struggle with the fingertip grip though.

Size: 125 x 40 x 63.5 mm
Connection type: Wireless
Weight: 80g
RGB: Yes
Programmable Buttons: Yes
Software: Logitech G Hub
Sensor Model:Hero 25K
DPI:100 – 25,600
Lift Off Distance:1.2mm
Max Polling Rate:1000Hz
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Logitech Pro X Superlight

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The Logitech Pro X Superlight mouse lives by its name is one of the lightest gaming mice without the honeycomb design. It offers great performance and a DPI that can be customized by increments of 50. It can be considered similar to the Logitech G Pro Wireless but definitely lighter.

Size: 125 x 40 x 63.5 mm
Connection type: Wired, Wireless
Weight: 63g
RGB: Yes
Programmable Buttons: Yes
Software: Logitech G Hub
Sensor Model: Hero 25K
DPI: 100 – 25,600
Lift Off Distance: 1.2mm
Max Polling Rate: 1000Hz
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Razer Viper Mini

The Viper Viper Mini is an astonishing mouse for fans of ultra-light gaming mice. Also gearing away from the honeycomb design, it still is among some of the lightest mice in the market. As the name indicates, it’s the smaller version of the Razer Viper. Whatever greatness you can find off that has definitely been transferred here.

Razer Viper Mini

Size: 118.3 x 38.3 x 53.5 mm
Connection type: Wired
Weight: 61g
RGB: Yes
Programmable Buttons: Yes
Software: Razer Synapse
Sensor Model: PixArt PWM3359
DPI:400 – 16,600
Lift Off Distance:1.2mm
Max Polling Rate:1000Hz
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Xtrfy M4 RGB

Xtrfy M4 might not be for everyone but it is definitely a bang-for-the-buck mouse at its price point, and adding just a few more for the colored options on the wired version. It sets off a trend for future brands to follow with their fun design. A great addition to the packaging is the keycaps designated in the color that was bought. Though not PBT, but still something to appreciate from Xtrfy. One of the unique things about this build is the ambient spill on the inside, plus the XTRFY text inside the mouse itself.

Xtrfy M4 Wireless

Size: 118.3 x 38.3 x 53.5 mm
Connection type: Wired and Wireless
Weight: 69g
RGB: Yes
Programmable Buttons: No
Software: N/A
Sensor Model: Pixart PWM3370
DPI:400 – 19,600
Lift-Off Distance: Adjustable
Max Polling Rate:1000Hz
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Pulsar XLite

The Pulsar XLite gives more than just the wireless capability of any other mouse, promising a battery life of up to 70 hours, and an included wireless extender in the package. The overall build quality is solid with a first and snappy button response. One thing to love about the Pulsar xlite is its clean, smooth matte surface all over which doesn’t attract fingerprints and dirt too much.

Size: 122.66 x 42 x 66.17 mm
Connection type: Wired
Weight: 59g
RGB: No
Programmable Buttons: No
Software: XLite Software
Sensor Model: Pixart PAW3370
DPI:50 – 20,000
Lift-Off Distance: Adjustable
Max Polling Rate:1000Hz
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If you came here with a budget of PHP 6,000, we hope you got to save some cash from our recommendations. All of the mice on the list are great but picking up a mouse is very preferential and will depend on the user’s comfort, style, features, and of course hand size.



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