The Naos 8200's design and performance nearly justify its high cost, but shoddy software makes it impossible to recommend at any price.
The Avior 7000 should have been a much better mouse, but broken software and questionable design choices hold it back. Avoid this mouse.
The SteelSeries Rival gaming mouse is comfortable to use and comes with attractive software, but the device doesn't really stand out.
With perfect performance, intelligent design and useful software, the SteelSeries Sensei is one of the best wireless gaming mice available.
The Logitech G400s combines an accurate optical sensor with simple controls, but it has minimal customization options.
With its multitude of buttons and specific design, the Razer Naga is guaranteed to delight MMO fans and confound general interest gamers.
The Mini Wireless is a workable option for core gamers on the go, but there's not much to recommend for those who prefer to play at home.
The Gateway ZX4270-UB14 all-in-one delivers a bare-essentials Windows 8.1 experience for a budget price.
This inexpensive, all-purpose gaming mouse is suitable for just about everyone, regardless of handedness, grip style or preferred genre.
The Corsair Vengeance M95 gaming mouse offers strong performance and software, but the multitude of buttons can get in the way.
The Xornet offers just enough to please FPS gamers on the go without compromising many important features.
The Anker 8200 demonstrates that a number of small annoyances can add up to a gaming mouse that feels like less than the sum of its parts.
The Android-powered Lenovo N308 offers solid performance in a cheap all-in-one, but the OS feels awkward on this device's low-res screen.
The Logitech G500s is a superb gaming mouse that combines a comfortable and customizable design with robust software to give you an edge.
The ASUS ET2322INTH is one of the best-looking and best-sounding all-in-one PCs, and offers fast Core i7 performance.
The Anker 5000 DPI gaming mouse offers a comfortable fit and plenty of buttons, but its software doesn't wow.
The Corsair Vengeance M65 is our favorite FPS gaming mouse, offering awesome precision, comfort and multiple customization options.
The Lenovo ThinkCentre M93z delivers a bevy of ports, IT-friendly utilities, solid performance and an excellent wireless keyboard, all backed up by a three-year warranty.
The Toshiba PX35t-A2210 is an attractive all-in-one with consistent performance and a vibrant display.
Learn about the pros and cons of the Feenix Nascita ergonomic gaming mouse and whether or not this 8200 DPI laser mouse is worth buying.
The Acer Aspire Z3-605-UR21 offers a 23-inch 1080p touch screen for just $729, but other family-friendly all-in-ones provide a better value.
Despite a few noticeable shortcomings, the G700s has a lot to offer mid-level MMO players, without compromising other genres.
The Razer Ouroboros is near the top of the heap when it comes to customizability, but it sacrifices comfort at every turn.
We put the Logitech G602 Wireless Gaming Mouse to the test. Read our review of the design, buttons, setup and performance of this gaming mouse.
The HP Slate 21 puts Android on the big screen for a family-friendly $399 price, but that doesn’t mean you should buy this all-in-one.