G.SKILL RIPJAWS MX780 Gaming Mouse
Following on from the above Logitech G900 and its ability to be customized the G.Skill Ripjaws MX780 has a lot of available customizations of its own and this mouse comes at a much lower price tag.
Like many other gaming mice in this day and age, the MX780 has the ability for the user to change the heaviness of the mouse with an adjustable weights system with 4.5g weights able to be put in and out of the mouse.
Unlike many gaming mice these days this mouse has the ability to be height adjusted with the palm res being adjustable for the user to adopt a height that best suits their ergonomic needs.
The other specs are not quite up to the same standard as the G900 but at a much cheaper price that is what you would expect. Having said that the mouse is still of a reasonable standard.
It comes with an Avago laser sensor which a lot of mice do, an Omron micro switch, which many mice do also as well as DPI up to 8200. It has onboard profile storage for easy portability as well as 8 programmable buttons and lighting customization options.
If you cannot justify forking out for the G900 but still want to have a good amount of customization with your mouse then the G.Skill Ripjaws MX780 is certainly worth a look, especially given its favorable reviews.
SteelSeries Kana Optical Gaming Mouse
The SteelSeries Kana comes with 5 programmable buttons. As you probably know if you are looking for a fully fledge left-hand gaming mouse with a lot of buttons, bar the Naga, you are pretty much out of luck.
The SteelSeries Kana ambidextrous gaming mouse however comes with good reviews and is amazingly comfortable for all grips. It features a Tournament Grade Optical Sensor and you get drag & drop macros with timing control, an unlimited number of profiles, and a heat map of button use.
It’s a popular choice for left-handed gamers looking for a mid-range, mid-priced gaming mouse. You will also have the SteelSeries software SteelSeries Engine which has a lot of customization options for your gaming.
SteelSeries Sensei Laser Gaming Mouse
The SteelSeries Sensei is another favorite for left-handed gamers. Much like the Ambidextrous Kana, the Sensei isn’t packed with a lot of buttons but comes with a couple more programmable buttons than the Kana with 7 included on the mouse.
It features a very user-friendly ergonomic shape, driverless plug & play, and a slick look.