The best mouses for less than $50

Which mouse to buy for less than 50 dollars? If you are looking for mouses, we present you the best mouses for less than 50 that you will find in the market that suit to your needs and budget.

Logitech - Logitech G403 Prodigy

Logitech G403 Prodigy

Logitech G403 Prodigy: performance and comfort for the player

Unlike the G303 and Pro Gaming, both designed for a bit nervous handling, the G403 is intended for players looking for more comfort, for slightly quieter games or for more pleasant office use between two parties. . Without really replacing the G402, the G403 is an alternative, wiser design side, a little less well equipped, but no less technically successful.



SteelSeries - SteelSeries Sensei 310

SteelSeries Sensei 310

Sensei 310: SteelSeries renews its famous ambidextrous mouse

SteelSeries renews its famous ambidextrous mouse, the Sensei. A delicate operation which leaves no room for error as the previous version is appreciated by the players; it is no coincidence that some manufacturers have adopted its design for their own mice (Dream Machines DM1 Pro S, Nixeus Revel ...). If the Danish manufacturer retains the DNA of the original Sensei, it has however completely revised its copy.



Cooler Master  - Cooler Master MM530

Cooler Master MM530

Mouse Cooler Master MM530: speed and precision at full hand

In 2017, Cooler Master launched its MasterMouse series, composed of classic but well-designed mice. A year later, the manufacturer dares to use a slightly less conventional form, notably aimed at comfort in handling. If the MM520 recently tested is thus rather doomed to use in claw or fingertips, the MM530, it, is intended preferably for a palm grip, bringing in principle more relaxation. So let's see what our hand says.