The best mouses for less than $150

Which mouse to buy for less than 150 dollars? If you are looking for mouses, we present you the best mouses for less than 150 that you will find in the market that suit to your needs and budget.

Logitech - Logitech G900 Chaos Spectrum

Logitech G900 Chaos Spectrum

Logitech G900 Chaos Spectrum, the wireless mouse for professional gamers

Despite the increasingly successful attempts of different manufacturers, the wireless mouse for players is still shunned by the most demanding, including professionals. Accused of being less reactive, subject to electromagnetic disturbances and often too heavy, they struggle to compensate for their defects by their primary quality, the freedom of movement allowed by the absence of wire. Logitech has therefore decided to redouble its efforts to offer a wireless mouse devoid of problems and above all able to convince pro-gamers: the G900 Chaos Spectrum was born.

Price

~99€

Logitech - Logitech G Pro Wireless

Logitech G Pro Wireless

Logitech G Pro Wireless: a high performance featherweight wireless mouse

Logitech continues to rely on its Lightspeed wireless technology to equip its gaming mice. After an already convincing first step with the G900 at the start of 2016, then several globally successful models using the same technologies, the Swiss manufacturer offers a brand new new product which this time focuses on lightness: the G Pro Wireless, a wireless mouse designed for professional players, but who has enough to satisfy a much wider audience.

Price

~149€

Razer - Razer Naga Trinity

Razer Naga Trinity

Razer Naga Trinity: a modular mouse for all uses

Several times improved, the famous Naga de Razer existed until now in two versions. The first, called Naga Chroma (or Epic Chroma for its wireless version), offers 12 buttons under the thumb and is therefore particularly suitable for MMO type games. The second, called Naga Hex V2, reduces this number of buttons to 7 and arranges them in a circle around the thumb, for a use corresponding better to games of the Moba or hack'n slash type, for example. Aware that players do not always play the same type of game, Razer now introduces the Naga Trinity, a modular mouse designed to adapt to all genres of video games.

Price

~62€