If you’re looking for a new gaming mouse, you’re in the right place. Some of the most popular Razer and Logitech gaming mice are heavily discounted in this year’s Prime Day sale, and you can find all of the best gaming mouse Prime Day deals below.
Razer gaming mouse Prime Day deals
There are some impressive discounts on a long list of Razer PC peripherals this year, and before we jump into our top picks for gaming mice, we’d recommend checking out the Razer gaming keyboards that are available at bargain prices until the Prime Day sale finishes tonight at midnight.
As for gaming mice, you’re absolutely spoilt for choice in this year’s Prime Day sale, especially when it comes to Razer gaming mice. Whether you’re looking for an upgrade or investing in a PC gaming mouse for the first time, there’s a great selection of budget, mid-level and top-tier options to choose from.
Razer Basilisk Ultra / Viper Ultra wireless gaming mouse
When it comes to speed and precision, Razer’s Basilisk and Viper Ultimate wireless gaming mice are near unbeatable. Let’s start with the Basilisk, featuring a 20k DPI optical sensor, Chroma RGB lighting and 11 programmable buttons including a tilt-scroll wheel and multi-function paddle.
With a 100-hour battery life, it’s perfect for extended gaming sessions, and its ergonomic design which includes a thumb rest means it feels just as comfortable as it looks. It can be charged with a micro USB cable or you can purchase it bundled in with a charging dock from the links below. Unfortunately, these discounts are only available in the US.
The Razer Viper Ultimate is another quality gaming mouse, boasting near-identical specs to the Basilisk Ultimate but with a different design. The Viper Ultimate is best suited for gamers who prefer a lighter gaming mouse. It’s smaller than the Basilisk Ultimate, and if you’ve got large hands, it may feel a little uncomfortable. You can grab it from the links below.
Razer DeathAdder V2 gaming mouse
If you’re looking for something a little cheaper than the options above, the DeathAdder V2 is featured in this year’s Prime Day and is heavily discounted.
It’s a decent mid-level gaming mouse with eight programmable buttons and five on-board memory profiles. It features the same 20K DPI optical sensor as a lot of other Razer mice and includes rubberized side grips for added comfort. The only downside is it’s not wireless, but if that doesn’t bother you, make the most of these Prime Day deals and grab it for cheap from the links below.
Logitech G502 wireless gaming mouse
Widely regarded as one of the best wireless gaming mice on the market, the Logitech G502 features superfast, lightspeed 1ms wireless connectivity thanks to its HERO 25K sensor. It’s used by most pro gamers, has 11 programmable buttons to support keybinds and macros, and has an adjustable DPI range of 100–25,000.
Razer DeathAdder essential gaming mouse
The Razer DeathAdder essential gaming mouse is available in black and white and has been heavily discounted by over 50% in this year’s Prime Day sale.
With a high-precision 6400 DPI optical sensor and 5 programmable buttons, there’s a lot more on offer here than your standard gaming mouse, which makes the Razer DeathAdder our top pick for a budget gaming mouse in this year’s Prime Day sale.
Other top highlights
As well as everything we’ve mentioned above, we’d also recommend checking out the Logitech G703 wireless gaming mouse, the Corsair Scimitar Pro RGB gaming mouse, and the Razer Naga Pro wireless gaming mouse. All of them are great mice available at a bargain price!
There’s not long left until this year’s Prime Day comes to a close, so make sure you check out the best Prime Day gaming deals to save big on the latest titles. The Nintendo Switch owners amongst you might want to check out these best Prime Day deals on Switch memory cards, while PlayStation owners can see which titles are featured in the best PS5 Prime Day deals.
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