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Best Mouse under 4500Rs in India

Compared to a regular mouse, a gaming mouse offers tons of extra features. Most of the top gaming mice have comfortable, ergonomic shapes that aid in prolonged gaming sessions. Gaming mice also usually offer programmable buttons that can be customized through software.

The main reason to get a modern gaming mouse, though, is that they offer accurate tracking and are responsive– thanks to the latest optical and laser sensors; both of which assists you while gaming. In this article, we’ll go over some of the best gaming mice under 4500.

1- Razer DeathAdder Elite

Undeniably The Best Gaming Mouse Under 4500

Razer DeathAdder Elite


  • Sensor: Optical
  • Connectivity: USB
  • Number of Buttons: 7
  • Ergonomic: Right-handed
  • Weight: 105g
  • Extremely comfortable shape
  • Uses the most advanced optical sensor
  • No onboard memory for switching profiles

Razer is among the best companies in the peripheral market. In particular, their products are well-known for having dazzling aesthetics thanks to Razer Chroma RGB lighting. As far as RGB goes, however, this is one of the more muted Razer products only having RGB around the logo and mouse wheel. These can be customized using Razer Synapse.

The Razer DeathAdder Elite may be considered a budget gaming mouse (it is under 4500 after all) but it is widely used by professional esports gamers thanks to its tried and true shape and extremely accurate sensor. Despite its traditional look, it does have textured grips on both sides, which accomplish what they set out to do.

Both the left and the right click buttons provide the same sound and offer smooth but tactile feedback. Razer uses their own mechanical switches which are, in fact, customized Omron switches, and are rated for 50M clicks.

The mouse offers two big side buttons, which are easily accessible. The side buttons offer tactile feedback and feel really good, unlike some other mice which provide mushy feedback. All of the seven buttons are programmable and their functionality can be customized through the software. The scroll wheel keeps a great balance between smoothness and distinct steps and provides a textured surface for better grip.

2- SteelSeries Rival 310

The Best Budget Gaming Mouse For esports Gaming

SteelSeries Rival 310


  • Sensor: Optical
  • Connectivity: USB
  • Number of Buttons: 6
  • Ergonomic: Right-handed
  • Weight: 88.3g
  • The TrueMove3 sensor offers optimized tracking
  • Among the lightest mice for competitive gaming
  • A bit small for palm-grip users

SteelSeries is a master of peripherals with their mice being their most praised products. The SteelSeries Rival 310 is a high-end gaming mouse that is used by many professional esports gamers.

The mouse offers an ergonomic shape with big textured silicon grips on both sides which give it a soft feel. The SteelSeries logo on the back of the mouse and the scroll wheel are RGB-lit and the lighting can be customized through the SteelSeries software along with CPI and polling rate controls.

The mouse has two side buttons, one CPI button behind the scroll wheel and the two main click buttons. The side buttons on this mouse are a tad longer than other mice making them easier to press, which is a small but much-appreciated detail. The scroll wheel uses the same silicon material as the sides of the mouse, which ensures your finger won’t slip while using it.

The CPI button can be used to toggle CPI settings, but only between two settings… and there is no indicator for the current CPI, which is arguably the mouse’s biggest flaw. Honestly, it is sad that such a large oversite was allowed to dampen this mouse because TrueMove3 sensor is great. In fact, thanks to its 12,000 CPI limit, the mouse provides 1:1 tracking for up to 3,500 CPI.

3- Logitech G305 Lightspeed Wireless

The Best Wireless Gaming Mouse Under 4500

Logitech G305 Lightspeed

  • Sensor: Optical
  • Connectivity: Wireless (250 Hour battery life)
  • Number of Buttons: 6
  • Ergonomic: Right-handed
  • Weight: 99g
  • The TrueMove3 sensor offers optimized tracking
  • Among the lightest mice for competitive gaming
  • A bit small for palm-grip users

Logitech mice are famous for their wireless capabilities, which became possible due to their LIGHTSPEED technology. The Logitech G305 is one of their latest wireless mice and is quite similar to Logitech G-Pro in terms of shape, although it is a bit smaller.

This mouse could’ve easily qualified as ambidextrous had it not been for the two side buttons on the left. Going by the body of the mouse, it technically is… just don’t expect to use those extra buttons as a left handed user.

Either way, since the body doesn’t have any sort of rubber, if you’re a person with sweaty hands, then you might find it annoying. RGB is also lacking on this mouse, although there is a (non-RGB) Logitech logo on the back of the mouse.

The mouse offers two slim side buttons. While they work well, they only actuate after a long travel distance. This could have been better if the actuation point was earlier while having a similar travel distance.

As for the scroll wheel, the wheel offers hard texture on the top, which is irritable at first but offers smooth rotation, although it doesn’t have the Infinite Scroll feature that some of Logitech’s other mice, like the G302, do. The main clicks are only rated for 10M clicks and are quite loud.

The mouse uses Logitech’s latest Hero sensor which is a big improvement in terms of efficiency when compared to the Logitech’s G203 sensor (Mercury). The performance of this sensor is more similar to the PixArt 3366, which our next mouse uses.

The battery life is respectable. With one AA battery you can get around 250 hours. Logitech also claims it can last as long as nine months when using the mouse in Endurance mode. Speaking of batteries, while the mouse weighs around 99g, you can make it slightly lighter by using a  Lithium-Ion battery.

Overall, one cannot get a better wireless mouse at this price point (although we have gathered more wireless mice if that’s what you’re after). If the slim side buttons aren’t a deal breaker for you, then this can be your ultimate wireless companion.


One Of The Best Gaming Mice Under 4500 For Shooters



Honestly, this would have been a strange list without any Corsair products. Corsair is an enthusiast-class company and their mice are famous for their build quality and the Corsair M65 Pro RGB– which targets FPS gamers– is built like a tank.

The top of the mouse offers a beautifully crafted scroll wheel and two up and down CPI buttons. The scroll wheel and the Corsair logo on the back are RGB-lit and support the Corsair iCue technology. There is also an RGB lighting spot between the CPI buttons which indicate the current CPI settings (it has 5 presets).

The left side of the mouse offers two small side buttons along with the (in)famous Sniper button. The sniper button can be used to lower the CPI settings while zooming in with a sniper rifle, which is great. However, if you hold the side of your mouse with a lot of pressure, then you might find yourself accidentally hitting this button from time to time.

The bottom also provides three additional weights. While the mouse is slightly on the larger side, it’s not particularly heavy. However, it might not be suitable for people with small hands or those who want to use the fingertip grip.

The mouse uses the famous PixArt 3360 sensor which is a flawless sensor and we found no tracking issues. Overall, this is one of the best gaming mice for competitive FPS gaming.

5- Logitech G300s

The most innovative mouse in terms of ergonomics

Logitech G300sPRICE-4,500

The mouse does not feature any side buttons, instead opting to have them all on the top. There are two buttons on each side of the main clicks and two more below the scroll wheel for a total of six. Honestly, this layout is somewhat awkward. The two buttons below the scroll wheel require you to completely alter your grip. Meanwhile, the buttons that are in the same top corner as your dominant hand (top right for right handed people and top left for left handed people) are slightly awkward to hit since moving your fingers away from your body is less natural.

The sensor used in this mouse is also the weakest on this list at only 2,500 CPI and offers slight jitter during lift-off but does not pose any other tracking issues.

All of this being said, this is still a really good mouse for its price point. It should be reliable and while the buttons are somewhat awkward, six programmable buttons (outside of the scroll wheel and main clicks) is the most you will actually get on this list. Overall, we believe this is a good, cheap gaming mouse.

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