Razer Ouroboros Elite Ambidextrous Wireless Gaming Mouse
The Ouroboros from Razer isn’t cheap, and it looks more like a Klingon battle cruiser than a mouse, but it’s one of the best mice for Mac gamers. [Read: Best games for Mac]
It looks clunky as hell, and certainly feels a bit hefty the first time you pick it up, but that’s because it’s really sturdy and built to take a beating during long gaming sessions. It’s also highly adjustable, allowing you to move the top panel of the mouse to accommodate different types of grip – maybe a strong grip for fast-moving action games or a lighter ‘fingertip’ grip for strategy games where you need to reach lots of different control buttons quickly. You can even adjust the side panels on the mouse to support your fingers too.
It’s highly precise, and can be calibrated for maximum sensitivity on specific surfaces, and it even has its own computer processor inside to ensure fast responses for the latest action games. There are no less than programmable 11 buttons scattered around the surface of the mouse, and you can also change the way the buttons work to accommodate both left- and right-handed use.
You can use the Ouroboros as either a wireless or wired mouse, but its heavy-duty hardware can use up the single AA battery in only 12 hours, so if you’re gaming on a desktop Mac at home then you’re better off using the USB cable supplied with the mouse for a straightforward wired connection.