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Top Budget Gaming Mice




We’ve given you our list of the top budget mechanical keyboards on the market. Now, if you’ve been meaning to give it a partner then we might help with that too. Finding the right mouse to fit your gaming needs is quite a challenge, not only because you have a lot of choices out there but they also come in different shapes and sizes. Some have multiple buttons while some may even have interchangeable parts. To narrow down your search think about what you’ll be using the mouse for, is it for first-person shooters? or is it for MMOs or MOBAs?

While the very best of these mice are, of course, expensive, there are still choices out there that will hit the sweet spot. So for those of you who are on a budget, here are the top gaming mice you could buy for under 2K.

Author’s Note: Prices are subject to change without prior notice. Prices may also differ depending on the retailer or shop. We focused more on brands that are known to manufacture quality gaming mice or have a gaming arm.

Redragon Gaming Mice

Redragon surely has that reputation of offering PC gear for a reasonable price, and gaming mice are no exception. The company offers a wide range of mice for a variety of gamers, from the basic two-button to the MMO-oriented 16 side buttons. Here’s a list of their gaming mice:

Redragon Centrophorus M601 – Php 550 @ PCHub
Optical Sensor (Avago 3050)
4-level DPI adjustment (800/1600/2400/3200)
5 programmable buttons and memory profiles
Red LED (Can be disabled)
8-piece weight tuning set (2.4g each piece)
Black

Redragon Nemeanlion M602 – Php 600 @ PCHub
Optical Sensor (Avago 5050)
4-level DPI adjustment (500/1000/2000/3000)
7 function buttons (5 programmable)
7 color backlighting (Can be disabled)
Black

Redragon Smilodon M605 – Php 600 @ PCHub
Optical Sensor
Contoured body
3-level DPI adjustment (1000/1600/2000)
6 optimized buttons (2 programmable side buttons)
Red LED
Black

Redragon Pegasus M705 – Php 650 @ PCHub
Optical Sensor
5-level DPI adjustment (800/1200/1600/2400/7200)
7 function buttons (6 programmable)
Multi-color LED, 3 color modes
Black

Redragon Gerberus M703 – Php 650 @ PCHub
Optical Sensor
5-level DPI adjustment (800/1200/1600/2400/7200)
7 function buttons (2 programmable)
Multi-color LED, 3 color modes
Black

Redragon Lavawolf M701 – Php 700 @ PCHub
Omron Switches
Optical Sensor (Avago)
Up to 3500 DPI (Middle light changes based on DPI)
7 programmable buttons and 5 memory profiles
2 color backlighting (Can be disabled)
Black, White

Redragon Phoenix M702 – Php 700 @ PCHub
Omron Switches
Optical Sensor (Avago 3050)
5-level DPI adjustment (500/1000/2000/3000/4000)
10 Buttons (9 programmable) and 5 memory profiles
7 color RGB backlighting, 3 color modes
5-piece tuning weights
Black, White

Redragon Origin M903 – Php 999 @ PCHub
Omron Switches
Optical Sensor (Avago 3050)
5-level DPI adjustment (500/1000/2000/3000/4000)
8 programmable buttons and 5 memory profiles (Logo LED changes depending on profile)
RGB backlighting, 5 color modes
5-piece tuning weights
Black

Redragon Hydra M805 – Php 1,130 @ PCHub
Omron Switches
Laser Sensor (Avago)
5-level DPI adjustment (1000/2000/4000/7200/14400)
10 programmable buttons and 5 memory profiles
RGB backlighting, 5 color modes
5-piece tuning weights
Black

Redragon Titanoboa 2 M802 – Php 1,650 @ PCHub
Omron Switches
Laser Sensor (Avago ADNS 9800)
6-level DPI adjustment (1000/2000/4000/8000/12000/24000)
11 Buttons (10 programmable) and 5 memory profiles
RGB backlighting, 5 color modes
5-piece tuning weights
Black

Redragon Mammoth M801 – Php 1,440 @ PCHub
Omron Switches
Laser Sensor (Avago ADNS 9800)
Up to 16,400 DPI, 50 Increment adjustments
5-level DPI Presets (1000/2000/4000/8200/16400)
9 programmable buttons and 5 memory profiles (Logo LED changes depending on profile)
RGB Backlighting (Can be disabled), 5 color modes
8-piece weight tuning set (2.4g each piece)
Black, White

Redragon Samsara M902 – Php 1,700 @ PCHub
Omron Switches
Laser Sensor (Avago ADNS 9800)
Up to 16,400 DPI, 50 Increment adjustments
5-level DPI Presets (1000/2000/4000/8200/16400)
13 programmable buttons (5 side buttons) and 5 memory profiles (Logo LED changes depending on profile)
RGB Backlighting (Can be disabled), 5 color modes
8-piece weight tuning set (2.4g each piece)
Black, White

Redragon Perdition M901 – Php 1,720 @ PCHub
Omron Switches
Laser Sensor (Avago)
Up to 16,400 DPI, 50 Increment adjustments
5-level DPI Presets (1000/2000/4000/8200/16400)
18 programmable buttons (12 side buttons) and 5 memory profiles (Logo LED changes depending on profile)
RGB Backlighting (Can be disabled), 5 color modes
8-piece weight tuning set (2.4g each piece)
Black, White

Redragon Legend M990 – Php 1,999 @ PCHub
Omron Switches
Laser Sensor (Avago)
Up to 16,400 DPI, 50 Increment adjustments
5-level DPI Presets (1000/2000/4000/8200/16400)
22 programmable buttons (16 side buttons) and 5 memory profiles (Logo LED changes depending on profile)
RGB Backlighting (Can be disabled), 5 color modes
8-piece weight tuning set (2.4g each piece)
Black

SteelSeries Gaming Mice

SteelSeries is internationally known to manufacture quality PC gaming peripherals. Although they are a big brand, they still actually have a few budget offerings. Here are those offerings:

SteelSeries Rival 100 – Php 1,750 @ PCHub
Optical Sensor (SDNS-3059-SS)
Up to 4000 CPI, 1 Increment adjustments
6 programmable buttons (Onboard Profile settings)
SteelSeries Engine 3
RGB Backlighting
Black, Alchemy Gold, Gaia Green, White, Red, Proton Yellow

SteelSeries Rival 110 – Php 2,000 @ PCHub
Optical Sensor (Steel Series TrueMove1)
Up to 7200 CPI, 100 increment adjustments
6 Buttons
SteelSeries Engine 3 and up
RGB Backlight
Black

Logitech Gaming Mice

Another big name in gaming, Logitech has since been one of the go-to brands when it comes to PC gaming peripherals. Famously known for their portfolio of gaming mice, ranging from the budget-oriented to the e-sports level. Here’s a list of their budget offerings:

Logitech G300S Prodigy – Php 900 @ PCHub
Optical Sensor (A3055)
Up to 2,500 DPI
Ambidextrous
Onboard memory
9 Programmable buttons
Logitech Gaming Software (required to edit color, dpi, onboard memory and button settings)
Multi-color LED
Black

Logitech G102 Prodigy – Php 999 @ PCHub
Optical Sensor (Mercury)
Up to 6,000 DPI (4 presets)
Onboard memory
6 programmable buttons
Logitech Gaming Software (required to edit color, dpi, onboard memory and button settings)
RGB Backlight
Black

Logitech G302 Daedalus Prime – Php 1,760 @ PCHub
Optical Sensor (AM010)
Up to 4,000 DPI (4 presets)
6 programmable buttons
Logitech Gaming Software (required to edit dpi and button settings)
Blue LED
Black

Logitech G402 Hyperion Fury – Php 2,000 @ PCHub
Optical Sensor
Up to 4,000 DPI (4 presets)
Onboard memory
8 programmable buttons with Macro settings
Logitech Gaming Software (required to edit dpi, onboard memory, macro and button settings)
Blue LED
Black

ASUS Gaming Mice

Better known for their desktop components and laptops only recently did ASUS make a strong push into the gaming peripheral market.

ASUS ROG Cerberus – Php 760 @ PCHub
Optical Sensor
Ambidextrous
4-level DPI Presets (500/1000/1500/2500) with LED indicator
5 Buttons
Black

ASUS ROG Sica – Php 1,570 @ PCHub
Optical Sensor
Omron Switches (Swappable)
Ambidextrous
Up to 5,000 DPI, 50 Increment adjustments
ROG Armoury software
Red LED
Black, White

And there you have it. Once again, always look for clearance and warehouse sales. Who knows? You might be able to find more expensive mouse, like Razer’s, at a cheaper price point. Think we missed a few items? Do give us a heads up in the comments section below.



Zen Estacio is a Multimedia Producer for YugaTech. He is the team's laptop guru and one of their resident gamers. He has a monthly column compiling the latest and greatest the Nintendo Switch has to offer. Aside from that, he regularly writes gaming news, reviews, and impressions. You can hit him up at @papanZEN

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  1. EJ Lazaro says:

    Wireless mice naman! HAHAHAHAHA :D

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