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Best light gaming mouse 2020: 4 lightweight gaming mice for FPS gaming

There is a new type of gaming mouse on the market: the ultralight.

There is a new type of gaming mouse on the market: the ultralight. These lightweight mice use honeycomb designs and other measures to reduce bulk where possible, creating a mouse that is more agile and easier to aim. After early releases from specialists like Glorious and Finalmouse, many big brands have created their own ultralight mice with new sizes, shapes, and features. Some of these mice even forgo the leaky look, with internal modifications to reduce weight and an intact outer shell. After extensive testing of all ultralight mice in FPS games like Valorant and CSGO, we are ready to make our recommendations. Here are the 4 best light gaming mouse in 2020.

1. Glorious Model O
The Glorious Model O continues to be our pick for the best gaming mouse on the market thanks to a clever design that combines a number of modern trends: a low-weight honeycomb design, an extremely flexible 'snap-on' cable and a PMW optical sensor. 3360 with RGB lighting. This is for the matte black or white coating; A shiny coat is available for a small premium. The Model O is a great ULM for players with medium to large hands.

2. Cooler Master MM710
The MM710 is another powerful option with a unique, robust design and the lightest weight of all popular mice. The high hump on the back of the MM710 makes it a good choice for claw players. It conforms naturally to the underside of the palm, providing additional comfort and control not possible with a flatter mouse. The MM710 does not contain RGB lighting, a rare option in 2020 that allows for small savings in weight and cost. The short but wide dimensions make it an excellent choice for players of almost any hand size.

The MM711 is a slightly heavier and more expensive version of the MM710 that adds RGB lighting and comes in multiple colors and coatings. We found that it had the same excellent performance as the MM710. The extra 10 grams brings it closer to the weight of other ultralight options. If RGB lighting is essential, the MM711 is a high-end mouse to consider.

3. Razer Viper Ultimate
The Razer Viper Ultimate is a surprisingly lightweight wireless mouse due to its long 70-hour battery life and non-vented design with RGB lighting. The mouse uses optical mouse switches that were previously used on Razer's opto-mechanical keyboards. This eliminates lag during the bounce and clicks are sped up by a few milliseconds. The Focus + sensor is also fascinating and promises to be more responsive by syncing sensor reports with the polling rate of the computer. However, behind all this tech talk is a very powerful gaming mouse with a comfortable shape and superior sensor, but at a hefty price tag that even beats our other wireless option, the Logitech G Pro Wireless. There is also a corded version, the standard Viper, which costs much less and weighs an even lighter 69g.

4. Mountain Makalu 67
The Makalu 67 is part of a new generation of ultra-light mice designed to achieve the small footprint that some gamers seek without compromising durability. Instead of hexagons, the mouse uses a two-layer mesh with slats, which Mountain calls a "rib cage" design. This results in a more stable mouse with less flexibility than other ULMs. Other modern details are a PixArt PAW 3370 sensor, which has a shorter take-off distance and a lower error rate than the already excellent PixArt 3389.

The lighting is also a bit more reasonable than some of the Makalu's competitors, in a ring around the trackball area, rather than coming out through the vented body. Another clever thing is the DPI system, which uses four little white LEDs to indicate which of the four DPI settings you are using. In this way, you can easily access the desired settings without moving the mouse multiple times. DPI and other settings can be adjusted in Mountain's Base Camp software.

The shape is also interesting here. The Makalu is relatively large, 70mm in diameter and 127mm in length. There is a large bulge in the center of the mouse that fits perfectly in your hand. The ribs on the sides make recording easy, but unfortunately the left and right mouse buttons do not contain the "comfort curves" that I prefer. Either way, the shape is solid and should suit anyone who prefers ergonomic right-handed designs. The mouse cable is also exceptional, with a lot of flexibility, and it makes the mouse feel almost wireless, which is great.

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