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✅ TOP 5: Best MMO Gaming Mouse 2020

✅ TOP 5: Best MMO Gaming Mouse 2020


Are you looking for the best MMO gaming mouse? In this video, we will breakdown the top MMO
gaming mice on the market. Before we get started with our video detailing
the best MMO gaming mice on the market, we have included links in the description for
each product mentioned, so make sure you check those out to see which one is in your budget
range. Starting off at number 1 we have the Corsair
Scimitar Pro. Corsair is renowned for bringing you some
of the most reliable, hardy, sought after hardware products your money can buy. That’s the sort of pedigree you get when you
look to purchase from Corsair. The Scimitar Pro is their flagship MMO gaming
mouse which comes to shelves with superb build quality and fantastic in-game performance. Firstly, let’s talk about design. This thing looks cool. I’m not usually a huge fan of the MMO mouse
style. However, this one actually looks pretty good. I think that’s down to the metal chassis which
sits under the plastic shell. It almost looks like some kind of racing car. Corsair has designed the Scimitar Pro with
ergonomics in mind, giving you a number pad that is curved inwards to allow you thumb
to sit more freely. The shell is shaped in such a way that allows
your palm to sit comfortably for long periods of time, but also gives you enough grip in
those moments where accuracy is required. The sensor is a custom, gaming-grade, PMW3367
optical sensor which offers superb accuracy and responsiveness. The mouse has also been custom designed to
work on almost any surface. It comes with an impressive 17 buttons which
are all mechanical meaning they aren’t going to fail on you anytime soon. Uniquely, the number pad can be moved by up
to 8mm allowing gamers to find the absolutely perfect position. This mouse has a tonne of different features
all geared towards MMO players. If you’re big into your MOBA/MMO games, this
mouse should be high on your considerations list. At number 2 we have the Razer Naga Trinity. Razer, once again, has an entry into one of
our best-of mouse guides. This time, it’s the Razer Naga Trinity. This mouse features 19 buttons and some newly
improved rubber grips on the side for increased accuracy and stability. It comes to shelves weighing a mere 120grams,
making it one of the lightest mice on offer in the MMO category. An impressive feat when you start to understand
how many features this mouse has to offer. The unique feature of this mouse, and the
reason it’s been branded the “Trinity”, are the three interchangeable button panels on
the left-hand side of the mouse. It comes with a two-button layout, perfect
for FPS, a circular seven-button configuration, and a more popular MMO number pad option. All of the buttons are customizable via the
Razer Synapse software, as are the RGB light zones. The Naga Trinity comes with a 5G optical sensor
that offers 16,000 DPI and fantastic accuracy to boot. Meaning, if you do decide to opt for the two-button,
FPS friendly, button layout for FPS gaming, the sensor is going to give you excellent
accuracy for in-game performance as well. As with all Razer products, the design and
aesthetics of this mouse are extremely attractive. However, price is something that certainly
needs to be considered. At number 3 we have the Logitech G600. Logitech always seems to feature in our best
mouse guides and for a good reason. They are one of the most reputable brands
in the peripheral game. They constantly provide us with new hardware
offerings that reach and exceed our user requirements. The Logitech G600 is the perfect example of
this. The G600 comes to the table with 20 buttons,
all of which can be customized in the Logitech Hub. It’s the ideal mouse for MMO players that
require large, complex commands to be input rapidly. The buttons do take a bit of time to get used
to, especially if you aren’t used to MMO mice. More impressive though, is the easy-shift
button the G600 is equipped with. This allows you to toggle with a secondary
button profile, meaning, you technically have up to 39 buttons at your disposal. Think of all those orcs you’ll be slaying. The sensor in this mouse is the Avago S9808
laser sensor which, even though now outdated, still does a superb job at giving you pinpoint
accuracy whilst in-game. One of the great features this mouse is armed
with is the onboard memory, which allows users to access their button profiles without the
need for software — a great little plug-n-play feature. The design of this mouse is fairly simple,
yet it holds some level of elegance thanks to the gentle slopes and contours. The ergonomics of this mouse feel pretty good. However, it is on the large side. If you have particularly small hands, you
might struggle to make full use of the number pad. Saying that though, the matte finish provides
decent levels of grip, no matter how moist your palm gets on balmy summer nights. Overall, I really enjoyed using the G600. Regardless of the few flaws this mouse has,
I still think it showcases some good value and is, ultimately, a top MMO mouse respectively. At number 4 we have the ROCCAT Tyon. ROCCAT are no strangers to versatility; they
seem to have a peripheral for every possible scenario and background. The Tyon is their flagship MMO gaming mouse
and one of the better products to come out of their extensive crop. The first thing that struck me about this
mouse was the design. It’s very ROCCAT. It has the classic swaying shape when looked
at from above, however, that changes when you start to check this thing out from other
angles. The buttons protrude from the shell of the
mouse quite considerably giving the Tyon a much more angular appearance. Ergonomically, the design feels great in my
hand. I have quite large hands, and it seems to
fill my palm quite easily. It’s definitely a mouse for the larger handed
gamers out there. The Tyon has 14 programmable buttons which
can all be used for in-game commands and binds. That’s not enough, you say? Well, ROCCAT has equipped the Tyon with an
easy-shift button that can toggle between mouse button profiles. What this means is each one of the buttons
can have two different functions, fundamentally giving this mouse 27 buttons. The sensor in this mouse is the laser sensor
R3, which is pretty good considering its laser and starting to become outdated. As most will know, the best sensors currently
available utilize optical technology; however, for MMO, this sensor does a cracking job. The Tyon comes with an extremely robust, 5.9
foot braided USB cable and some well-designed skates to allow the mouse to work on almost
any surface. It has an onboard 576KB memory which can save
your button profiling and other functions. It also has some subtle RGB which takes the
aesthetics to the next level. All-in-all, not your ordinary MMO mouse, but
one that does the job extremely well. And for our final pick at number 5 we have
the SteelSeries Rival 500. Steelseries is one of the biggest names in
the peripheral gaming sphere. They have some of the most well-known mice
within their ranks, mice that include the Rival 650, Rival 310, and Sensei 310. That being said, their Rival 500 is the closest
thing to an FPS, MMO hybrid we recommend on this list. It actually offers excellent performance in
both, something you rarely see these days. The guys at Steelseries say that the button
layout of the Rival 500 has been custom designed with ergonomics in mind. They have scrapped the ever-popular 12 button
grid layout for something that is more suited to your thumb’s natural resting position. Each button is easily accessible and can be
pressed with little actuation force. The Rival 500 has an impressive 15 buttons,
more than enough for any bidding MMO player. The buttons have been designed in such a way
that promotes both MMO and FPS gaming. Impressive. Steelseries have equipped the Rival 500 with
a cool tactile alert feature which actually vibrates to specific in-game actions. You can alter the intensity of the alert and
how frequently they occur. The switches are rated at 30million clicks
which, as far as switches go, is pretty decent. The mouse offers excellent grip along with
cool RGB, which can all be customized in the user-friendly software. The Rival 500 isn’t our best MMO mouse but
is certainly a top recommendation for someone who wants a more, all-round product. So that sums up our top MMO gaming mice of
2020. We hope you enjoyed. If you did please leave a like on the video
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