5 Best Gaming Mouse Under Rs 5000 (Updated)

Gaming Mouse Under Rs 5000

Gaming has sky rocked in the last couple of years because we’re getting affordable internet in India, the way started in 2016 and it’s still going on. Now if you wanted to jump into gaming and never bought a premium gaming mouse then you’re in the right place.

Now, you will already know why you wanted to buy a Gaming Mouse worth Rs 5000, so I won’t bore anything else, and let’s jump into the list…

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1. Razer DeathAdder V2

Razer DeathAdder V2 Wired Gaming Mouse

Razer is a big name when it comes to gaming, they offer varieties of gaming accessories. Razer DeathAdder V2 comes with 8 programmable buttons which you can easily customize using Razer Synapse software.

The Razer Synapse software is well made, and you will be able to change the RGB lights too with only one click. The mouse also has doted design on the sides which will help you a lot while gaming…

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The mouse weight is only 89 which will help a lot while playing games like COD, Fortnite, and even CS:GO. Now, keep in mind that, the Razer DeathAdder V2 big mouse, so if you have small or medium hands then you won’t get the best gaming experience with this gaming mouse.

By the way, this is a wired gaming mouse and Razer has used a braided cable that will last for a long time compared to a rubber cable.

Overall, if you wanted to buy a lightweight and a big gaming mouse then the Razer DeathAdder V2 would be a good option to consider.

2. Logitech G502 Hero

Logitech G502 Hero Gaming Mouse

Now, if you wanted to buy a gaming mouse but didn’t want to spend more than Rs 4000 then you won’t get a better option than the Logitech G502 Hero. It’s a wired gaming mouse but it’s one of the best ones under Rs 5000.

It has 11 Programmable Buttons which you can customize using the Logitech G HUB software which is available for Mac and Windows. The RGB lights are also customizable, you can use the G Hub to pick your favorite color.

The mouse also comes with an Adjustable Weight from 121 to 139 grams and you can customize it with five 3.6g weights.

I used this mouse about a year ago and believe me the sound you get when you click the mouse keys is the best. By the way, this too is a bit bigger mouse, so if you have small hands then wait, we will talk about a small gaming mouse.

For the price of Rs 3999, I don’t think you will find a better option than this, it has everything from the best software support to build quality, you won’t be disappointed after buying this gaming mouse.

3. Logitech G402 Hyperion Fury

Logitech G402 Hyperion Fury

Logitech is a well-known brand in the gaming industry, so you can’t go wrong with Logitech. The Logitech G402 Hyperion Fury is an affordable gaming mouse yet you will get all the premium features.

The Mouse has 8 Programmable Buttons and you can config the mouse using the Logitech Hub software which is available both on Mac and Windows. By the way, you won’t be able to change the Logo colors from the software, it will stay blue forever.

The used plastic is also great, it doesn’t feel cheap at all. The DPI can be changed from 240-4000. Logitech has used braided cable and its good quality too, so whether you’re a rough user or not, the cable won’t break very easily.

Overall, for the price of Rs 2000, this is the best gaming mouse you can buy but if you have small hands then this is not the best option.

4. Cooler Master MM711

Cooler Master MM711

Another lightweight gaming mouse, has 60 grams of weight, 6 Programmable Buttons, Dust & Splash Resistant, MASTERPLUS+ software support, and up to 16000 DPI.

By the way, this is a small gaming mouse which is not suitable for large hands, also, f you have large hands then you can play games on it but the gaming experience won’t be the best.

Also, the design is quite unique and because of that, the dust will go inside, so be careful with it. The MASTERPLUS+ software will let you customize the RGB lights too, so you can choose your favorite color.

Now, if you ask me, I don’t like these kinds of designs because I will have to clean them very often but still if you like the design and you have small to medium hands then these would be a perfect fit for you. (don’t buy if you have large hands)

5. Logitech G304

Logitech G304

Now, if you don’t like wires then you can take look at Logitech G304 Lightspeed Wireless Gaming Mouse, it has all the gaming features except the RGB lights.

You will have to use an AAA battery which will last for a long time,

Let’s say, you play games for about 6 to 7 hours every day then you will have to replace the battery every week. The AAA battery cost about Rs 10, so you calculate the cost for the year.

It also has support for Logitech G Hub software where you will be able to customize the mouse. By the way, this is a 100% wireless gaming mouse, you won’t able to use it with wire at all.

The mouse has a DPI of up to 12000 DPI and it also comes with Hero Sensor which will give you all the speed you need while playing games.

Overall, if you’re looking for a wireless charging mouse then you can consider the Logitech G304, you won’t be disappointed with its performance. By the way, if you like this device but don’t want to buy a wireless gaming mouse then do take look at the Logitech G102 which has all the features of the Logitech G302 but is just a wired gaming mouse.


If you ask me, I would recommend you to consider the Logitech G502 Hero but if you have small or medium hands then you can also take look at Cooler Master MM711 or Logitech G102.

Still, if you have any kind of questions or doubts then do let me know in the comment, I would love to help you out, see you there…

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