When it comes to League Of Legends, you want to get the best gaming experience possible, that’s where the right mouse comes into play.

Get ready to take your gaming experience to the next level, because in this guide we are going to show you the best gaming mouse for league of legends in 2017.

What Makes a Good League Of Legends Mouse?

What actually makes a good mouse? Well, there are a few factors, mainly…

Sensors

The quality and type of sensor does play a big role in how a mouse will function, the sensor will determine how smooth the mouse moves and will also affect the mouse sensitivity and precision. The sensitivity of a mouse is referred to as DPI or dots per inch.

HowToGeek has a great explanation for what DPI is:

“Dots per inch (DPI) is a measurement of how sensitive a mouse is. The higher a mouse’s DPI, the farther the cursor on your screen will move when you move the mouse. A mouse with a higher DPI setting detects and reacts to smaller movements.”

So when looking for a LOL mouse you will want to find one that is capable of covering a range of DPI settings so that you will be able to customize its sensitivity to your liking.

Wired or Wireless?

A wireless mouse may look more attractive, but unfortunately, the performance just doesn’t equal a wired mouse. A wireless mouse will have longer input lag, more driver incompatibilities, and a short battery life. This is fine for general office use but for gaming, this isn’t optimal.

Another reason wired mouses are better is that generally, wireless mouses are overpriced, so you are more likely to find a good wired mouse that fits your budget.

However, to keep things fair and if you’re set on getting a wireless, we’ve added a good wireless mouse to our list you can check out below in the review section.

Buttons

If you want to increase your skill, then a mouse with more buttons is necessary. Most League of Legends players, especially lower tiers will only use their mouse for clicking. Pro players, on the other hand, have plenty of buttons on their mouse which they can bind actions too. This means they can hit more skill shots, faster.

Comfort

More than likely you will gaming for a couple of hours at a time, the worst thing you can do is choose a mouse that is uncomfortable. Go for a mouse that sits comfortably in your hand and isn’t too big or too small. We did our best to look for the most comfortable but best-performing mouses out there.

Best League Of Legends Mouse In 2017: Our Top 5 Picks

Below you will find our top picks for the best mouse for League Of Legends, we have tried to look for mouses that cover a wide range of budgets and have included a wireless mouse, so that you will have some more options to choose from.

Mouse Name:DPI:Buttons:Price:
Logitech G502 Proteus Spectrum200 – 12,00011$
Razer DeathAdder Chroma200 – 10,0005$
Logitech G303 Daedalus Apex200 to 12,0006$
SteelSeries Sensei300 – 11,4008$
Razer Naga Epic Chroma100 – 8,20019$

#1: Logitech G502 Proteus Spectrum

Considered one of the best all around mouses on the market today, and having some of the best performance out there, the Logitech G502 Proteus Spectrum deserves the top spot on our list.

When it comes to the G502, Logitech has made smart design choices at every possible opportunity, this allows a comfortable gaming experience for players who use a variety of mouse grips.

And not only that, but you have the option to customize the weight of the mouse (you get five 3.6gram weights), making it even more ergonomic. This gives you the option to truly make the mouse yours and fit your gaming style.

In terms of software, the G502 runs on the Logitech Gaming software and can store three profiles internally or a virtually unlimited number of profiles on your computer. Whats cool about the Logitech gaming software is that it also has the ability to search your computer for all games you have installed and create profiles for them.

The G502 features 11 programmable buttons which you can control using the software and can create macros for any game you want to.

You will also be using the software to control the DPI, which ranges from 200 up to an unprecedented 12,000. Out of curiosity, we tried the 12,000 DPI and found it far too sensitive to be of much use, but hey, maybe you will find some use for it.

Overall, the G502 offers the best performance, look (includes full 16.8-million-color RGB backlighting too) and feel of any other mouse on the market today. Highly recommended.

#2: Razer DeathAdder Chroma

Another very popular mouse among PC gamers is the Razer Death Adder Chroma. The design is extremely simple, and is about as no frills as a gaming mouse gets these days, with only five buttons—Left, Right, and Middle Mouse/Scroll, plus two under the thumb.

But it’s simple design is perfect, because what you will find is that this mouse is also very comfortable and ergonomic. Great for long gaming sessions. This mouse, however, doesn’t feature finely tunable weights like the G502 so you don’t get that extra customizability.

In terms of performance, the DeathAdder Chroma has a DPI range of 200-10,000 and will also be able to adjust the polling rate (how frequently the computer communicates with the mouse), tune the mouse for the surface underneath it and tweak a few other technical settings.

This is all controlled by the Razer Synapse software. This is also where you will be able to create profiles, configure the programmable buttons and as the Chroma name implies, control the full RGB backlighting.

Overall, this is a simplistic mouse that offers solid gaming performance, comfortability and pretty backlighting.

#3: Logitech G303 Daedalus Apex

The Daedalus Apex is a premium all-purpose gaming mouse that opts for simplicity over customizability, without sacrificing sleek design or gorgeous illumination.

Logitech kept things simple with the G303, as it features an almost-symmetrical design and no thumb rest or coarse textures.

You will find the G303 has six buttons: a left-click button, a right-click button, a clickable scroll wheel, a dots-per-inch (DPI) sensitivity shift and two thumb buttons.In terms of performance, you will find an optical sensor that ranges from 200 to 12,000 DPI, allowing you to set different profiles depending on what games you plan to play. It also features surface tenability, which means you will be able to play equally well on any surface type (within reason of course).

In terms of performance, you will find an optical sensor that ranges from 200 to 12,000 DPI, allowing you to set different profiles depending on what games you plan to play. It also features surface tenability, which means you will be able to play equally well on any surface type (within reason of course).

Like the G502 Spectrum, this mouse also features full RGB backlighting which is controlled through the Logitech gaming software.

Overall this mouse offers solid performance while maintaining a sleek design that appeals to just about anybody.

#4: SteelSeries Sensei

The SteelSeries Sensei is a well-respected gaming mouse among the PC gaming community, and that can only be because of its simple ambidextrous design and solid performance. SteelSeries is said to have recruited some of the biggest names in eSports across various genres to help design this mouse.

As mentioned before, the design is simple and symmetrical with a metal non-slip finish. This mouse does sit comfortably in your hand and allows for easy use of multiple grip styles.

Using the SteelSeries engine software you will be able to customize and remap the 7 programmable buttons available, as well as change the RGB illumination.

A cool little feature with this mouse is that if you look on the underside of the mouse you will notice a small LCD screen that will tell you which DPI profile you are on.

Overall, a simple, good performing mouse.

#5: Razer Naga Epic Chroma

Last on our list, we have the Razer Naga Epic Chroma. This is a wireless mouse, however, you will also find a wired version of this mouse so you can choose between the two. For this review, however, we will be focused on the wireless version, but they are more or less the same.

When it comes to the Naga Epic Chroma, you have to agree that it’s design and backlighting are simply beautiful. But that eye candy does come at a premium price.

The Naga Epic Chroma features the most buttons on the list at a crazy 19 programmable buttons: a right button, a left button, a scroll wheel that clicks three ways, two central buttons and 12 thumb buttons. The buttons also employ mechanical switches, which give a satisfying click when you press them.

These buttons are controlled by the Razer Synapse software, along with the full RGB backlighting.

In terms of battery life, once fully charged the razer gaming mouse you can expect to have about 20 hours of gameplay. The wireless dock it comes with also doubles as a wireless receiver, a nice touch from Razer.

Overall, great performance, beautiful design but high price tag.

Mouse Grip Styles/Techniques – How To Tutorial

Interested in what type of grip styles there are and how to use them? Check out this video tutorial below:

In Summary

Hopefully one of the mouses on our list catches your attention, if I were to choose one mouse above all it would definitely be the Logitech G502 Proteus Spectrum. It’s hands down the best gaming mouse on the market today.