With the exception of a few expired Razer offers – sleep now, Razer Basilisk Ultimate for $60 – I’m pleasantly surprised how many of Cyber Monday’s best gaming mouse deals have stuck to their Black Friday prices. Don’t fret, then, if you missed these the first time round.
In the US, the price of arguably the best gaming mouse overall – the Logitech G502 Hero – has actually dropped another $5, making it even cheaper on Cyber Monday than it was for the main event last Friday. This and many more worthy offers, for both the UK and US, are yours to browse below.
All the ergonomic comfort of a Razer Basilisk mouse, with both wireless capability and a lower price. The Basilisk X Hyperspeed is also a good bet if you want a gaming mouse with strictly no RGB lighting.
The MMO-focused Naga X is a more economically friendly cousin to the Razer Naga Trinity. It doesn’t have the latter’s swappable side button plates, but the layout you get is plenty for all your spells and items and tonally incongruous dance emotes.
Razer’s DeathAdder series is one of the most enduringly popular in all of PC gaming, and the V2 Pro shows why, with its comfortable shape, fast sensor and big, chunky side buttons. This is a wireless mouse too, with up to 70 hours of battery life when using the USB receiver.
It's what you might call visually loud, but I've been impressed by the comfort and smoothness of the Kone XP. It's dotted with extra buttons on the thumb side, including a Shift button that gives all the others a secondary input, so it works well in MMOs and RPGs.