Precision Gaming Mouse Round-Up: Tesoro, Corsair, Logitech

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Gaming Mouse Conclusions

We are excited to say that there are no duds in today's roundup. We can easily imagine each of these mice becoming a go to favorite for someone and each is deserving of some praise.

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Tesoro Sagitta Spectrum H6L

The Tesoro Sagitta Spectrum is a great gaming mouse. Its ergonomic feel should appeal to most users, though unfortunately, there is no left-handed variant. It is capable of rivaling the likes of Razer's Deathadder in style and capability with the added value of on the fly DPI toggling via a dedicated button. It did struggle with some of the surfaces we tested, however, so we can hope future iterations include improvements to its sensor. But for under $60, it is worth a look if you dig its style.

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  • Great ergonomic feel
  • Excellent "snap to" control
  • Sleek, conservative design
  • Doesn't track well on all surfaces
  • Plastic construction may be less durable

Corsair M65 Pro RGB

Corsair's new M65 Pro RGB gaming mouse has one thing on its mind: sweet, sweet headshots. With an adjustable weight tuning system you can really dial the mouse in to perform as you desire. Of course, if you aren't a hardcore FPS gamer you may not find as much to love here. It is ideal for using a fingertip grip and its ultra low friction pads can making selecting UI elements a little difficult on a high speed gaming mat. If you don't care about that and just wants plenty of frags, though, you need to give this relatively affordable, high-qualty mouse a good hard look.

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  • First rate FPS performance
  • Dedicated sniper button
  • Aggressive gaming aesthetics
  • Solid aircraft-grade aluminum construction
  • Weight tunable
  • Sensor works on almost any surface
  • All but requires fingertip grip
  • Customization software is a bit convoluted

Logitech G900 Chaos Spectrum

Logitech's G900 Chaos Spectrum will make you forget everything you hated about wireless mice. The G900 marries first rate performance that can shame most wired gaming mice with a very comfortable ambidextrous grip and user friendly software. This mouse has a very broad appeal and you don't need to be a gamer for it to interest you. The only real pain point is the price; $150 is a lot to ask for a mouse, no matter how magnificent. We still think it's worth it.

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  • "Better than wired" wireless performance
  • Construction built to last
  • Ambidextrous
  • Physically customizable buttons
  • Battery to last a weekend of heavy gaming 
  • High pricetag
  • LED zones not independently configurable

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