Exclusively different feeling today. I mean, who on Earth, could’ve imagined that finding an awesome white rodent would be difficult?

But the fun part is – hear me out – listing them up for you.

Don’t get me wrong, it wasn’t something one could do with eyes shut, it was super technical. Each little spec and each little detail in these products is overwhelming and all you can think of is how far we’ve leaped.

From the most determining DPI factor to the extravagant looks, this is a list of micro-engineering wonders, each improved and designed to enhance the gaming experience we all can’t get enough of.

The interesting thing is that although they’re all pretty affordable, they don’t compromise on the quality at all.

And that’s because the competition for the best white gaming mouse spot is fierce, we’ve got some industry giants competing for the top spot. The race is really on, fellas.

The Ultimate List of Best White Gaming Mice in 2020

Let’s dive into this listicle of 7 amazing (and best) white mice for gaming!

#1. Logitech G203 Prodigy – Great Bang for Buck!

I love it when tech companies name their products for what they really are – HP Envy, Dell Alienware, LOGITECH PRODIGY.

Simply amazing.

Yes, Logitech G203 is really a ‘prodigy’ in this list. This super white rodent is the one to die for when you’re on a ‘budget’ and when you’re looking to get hands-on the best thing.

It supports up to 8000 DPI and weighs just about 3 ounces. The grip is sweet – it’s inspired by the Logitech G100S, another much-loved piece of tech.

You can customize the 6 buttons it has using Logitech Gaming Software, all according to your needs.

This feature is a repeated feature in most products in this line-up, but not all have the same ease of customization due to Logitech’s software.

And by the way, this software also has other controls as well – like the DPI Sensitivity level controller or the RPS controller. The funniest control is of the RGB lighting. You can control the light speed and how many colors it switches.

You can choose from 16.8 million colors. That’s a lot.

Although yes, since it’s a wired mouse, you might really be looking for a wireless gaming mouse, so … sorry pal. But who said I haven’t got wireless ones on my list? 😀

Now the selling point of G203 is the clicking. With advanced button tensioning, Logitech has decreased the amount of force you’d be needing to operate the buttons.

What’s even more special about the clicking and buttons is that they’re rated up to 10 million clicks. That surely is enough of a lifetime for a mouse!

So, see the prodigy yet? Amazingly unique, minimal, stylish, and efficient.

Pros
  • White Color
  • 8000 DPI
  • Lightweight (3 ounces)
  • 6 customizable buttons
  • Easy-to-Use Software
  • Diverse RGB lighting
  • Ergonomic grip
Cons
  • Wired, not wireless

#2. Razer DeathAdder Essential – Cheap Pick

I don’t need to introduce Razer to you when it comes to gaming, right?

Honestly, I can bet you dudes know more about this beast of a company already.

First of all, let me clear the air: YES, it is of matte white finish and is perfect for your desk setup.

With that in mind, we can talk about other awesome features.

Razer DeathAdder Essential has a precision of 6400 DPI (adjustable) and hoards 5 programmable buttons so you’re in full control there.

Some gamers – of course, because of their requirements – demand more buttons than this … so you’re really looking at a gaming mouse with more buttons instead.

The ergonomics aren’t disturbed (not even a bit) by these buttons and instead add up to the overall grip. Plus, the buttons are super responsive – so the tactility that we all crave for sure is there to entertain.

Though it isn’t too lightweight (about 8 ounces – so it might not be fit for FPS gamers), the build quality is premium and impressive. Basically, all that you can expect from a market-leader like Razer.

Surely, DeathAdder Essential has made its way into the ranks and has been praised a lot by the voters and naysayers alike, it has the elite gamers divided.

While one class believes a mouse doesn’t really have to do much with your skill, the other one acknowledges the effort Razer has put in.

This concludes that yeah, sure, it’s good for gaming, but for next-level performance, better tech can be considered too …

Well, that’s how it went with me, at least:

Pros
  • White Color
  • 6400 DPI
  • 5 programmable buttons
  • Very comfortable and ergonomic
  • Razer luxury gaming branding
Cons
  • Not RGB
  • Not too lightweight

#3. Logitech G305 – Editor’s Choice

Things really get serious here as we move onto a device that’s like this close to being the best gaming mouse on Earth. Yes, I really am gonna back this statement up.

If you don’t yet know, Logitech G Pro wireless is the best-rated gaming mouse – and best mouse in general too – simply because we haven’t gotten better than it yet.

Don’t know what really happened, but Logitech has really thrown all of the amazing G Pro specs into this amazing varmint down here – only at an unbelievably lower price.

Logitech G305 uses HERO Sensor – again, like G Pro wireless – promising zero smoothings, filtering, and acceleration. Fans say that HERO sensor is what has made Logitech G pro their favorite so … don’t be missing out on this device fellas.

About weight and ergonomics … well let’s go with the weight first. It weighs about 3.5 oz so it’s between lightweight mice and heavyweight ones. But no weight issues really, it’s gonna go best for gaming – G pro weighs the same.

Crazy fine ergonomics make this Logitech line-up even more exciting. I mean, there’s nothing innovative in hindsight, but the way it fits in your hand, YOU FEEL THE CONTROL.

It supports up to 12000 DPI, so it’s comfortably more than you’ll be needing, but still, for the pros!

Now since it’s wireless, it runs on a battery. It averages about 250 hours (8 hours per day for a month) according to Logitech and reviewers. So, with a battery charger, you can forget about it being wireless. – once one goes down, you replace it!

Another super fun thing about it is how it stores the USB wireless receiver in itself!

You just uncover the top and plug it inside along with the battery slot. This means that travel worries are no more where you had to fret about losing that tiny receiver.

A little snag here is the placement of the DPI button. You might often find yourself clicking it and switching between DPI modes, but really – it can be reprogrammed so hardly anything to worry about 😛

G305 has a sturdy and classic build quality – makes for a premium purchase at an entry-level price – so, the clicking experience is out of this world. I bet you don’t need ANYTHING more than this.

Best white gaming mouse? Oh, I do not doubt that.

P.s. Yes, using the Logitech Gaming Software, you can configure it according to your needs.

Pros
  • White
  • HERO Sensor
  • Logitech Gaming Software compatible
  • Up to 12000 DPI
  • Highly ergonomic
  • RGB lighting
Cons
  • The battery would be needed to recharge or replaced (might have to buy charger)

#4. Cooler Master MM711 RGB – Glossy White Gaming Mouse

Not everybody likes glossy BUT PLEASE HEAR ME OUT: it has a matte variant too.

The headline was enough to send you off, but you should be trusting me more ☹

Straight up gorgeous looking mouse: glossy and a perfect mix of nature and tech when it comes to building. The honeycomb design sure is something fiery.

With the extra smooth slide pads underneath and a very flexible and satisfying cable attached to it, MM711 is THE peripheral to live for.

It’s relatively big so it’s perfect for bigger hands, but sure, if you’re not really dependant on size then hit buy now and call it a deal-maker.

The clicks are nice and snappy. The key travel is decent and really the optimal value for money.

The DPI mode varies from 400 to 16000 – that’s one hell of variety right there. Little things like the color of scroll indicating the DPI mode you’re on and highly customizable RGB modes using the software are the details that really make it one awesome white gaming mouse.

There are repeated reservations about the build quality though, so you might not be looking at the best quality mouse here … but it’s not really a poor trade when you look at other factors.

Well, you can look at the buttons, for instance. It’s got about 6 reprogrammable buttons. The software is extremely easy to use so you don’t have to worry about that either.

And the weight too. I mean, Cooler Master MM711 weighs only a minuscule 2.1 ounces.

Not really a rip-off, to be honest.

SO, YEAH.

Movement, DPI, budget, RGB, innovative style, programmable buttons, and of course, a glossy white finish. Pretty much the ideal white gaming mouse, yeah?

Pros
  • White
  • Extremely lightweight
  • 6 programmable buttons
  • Up to 16000 DPI
  • Smooth sliding pads
Cons
  • Build quality is not so great

#5. Redragon M602 RGB Wired Gaming Mouse – Pure White

Onto a more budget gaming mouse now. The Redragon M602 RGB.

Yes, it’s pure white. No, it’s not wireless.

A solid and sturdy build, the M602 is rated as the best budget gaming mouse by the YouTube community.

You can possibly be on a budget, but does that have to stop you from the optimal gaming experience? OF COURSE NOT.

That’s what this mouse is for. Cheapest on this list.

This beauty of a peripheral has a DPI of 7200 – so fits the needs of most of you reading this. Plus, it’s super grippy too with its incredible build quality and design.

Of course, the ambidextrous model would’ve been more lovable – but still, the way it is unmistakably remarkable. Smart, compact, and to the point.

It’s glossy white plastic at the top and gives up to 8 buttons – all programmable using its software. However, the software is criticized for having a poor UI and lesser intuitive interface that makes you dislike exploring it.

Still, for one-time use, it does the job.

A little takeaway for M602 – a mouse in littlest price tag – is that its software is only compatible with Windows. So, if you’re running other OS, you might consider other affordable options on this list.

Pros
  • White
  • Cheapest on this list
  • Up to 7200 DPI
  • Ambidextrous
  • RBG lighting
  • 8 programmable buttons
Cons
  • A criticized programming software

#6. Corsair M55 RGB Multi-Grip White Gaming Mouse

Corsair remains at the heart of the industry.

There is absolutely no doubt about their brand – they’ve always made us proud of our purchase.

Other than being white, this full plastic and ambidextrous gaming mouse is a piece of art. The simple matte top surface, the minimal side texture, the solid grip, and oh, the iconic Corsair RGB logo. The sense of completeness completes here.

To elaborate a bit more on the grip, it has texture (embossed) on each side. It is to make up for the rubber grips in other more expensive Corsair models. The texture isn’t of course as efficient as rubber, but as a whole, does the job for you well.

At 12400 DPI, M55 easily provides you the diversity of sensitivity you can totally rely on. The software allows you to, of course, program the buttons, DPI, color modes, etc. easily. HOWEVER, a yet more cool feature is the color sync.

It’s one of those features that are relatively new in the market and are a hot modern trend.

So, if you’ve got a Corsair keyboard as well, the sync allows color to either change simultaneous or follow a single pattern (a wave of colors starting from the left of the keyboard and ending at the right of the mouse).

This really sweetens up the aesthetic.

Now about the performance. Well, it weighs about 3 ounces, so it’s safely ideal for FPS/MMO/MOBA games – basically most games out there.

The DPI, as I’ve said before is adjustable and versatile. The clicks are compact and crispy. Has about 8 programmable buttons. Has smooth sliding pads.

Had it been wireless, it might’ve really given Logitech G Pro a tougher time.

Pros
  • White
  • Color sync using software
  • Up to 12400 DPI
  • Very lightweight (3 ounces)
  • 8 programmable buttons
Cons
  • Wired

#7. Lancehead Tournament Edition Wired Gaming Mouse by Razer – White

Lancehead Tournament Edition, the flagship mouse by Razer is a crown’s jewel.

Just like you can’t expect a PS5 to disappoint you, the Lancehead TE is a serious gaming mouse for gamers and pros alike.

Let’s start with sensitivity: supporting up to 16000 DPI – adjustable – this gaming mouse registers itself among the elite. It packs about 9, beautiful, crispy-click, programmable buttons – all configurable using Razer Synapse.

And a fun thing I’d like to add about Razer Synapse is that now with up to four user profiles available on their cloud, you can easily save the settings (like RGB for your mouse) and use them in your future Razer purchases as well – so yeah, pretty cool.

Alright, so the Lancehead TE weighs about 3.7 ounces, so it’s in the lightweight category which makes it ideal for your gaming game. But lesser weight is not enough for performance, I understand.

Yes, it’s ergonomic with wonderful grips on both sides as it’s ambidextrous. Lefties and orthodox would find it comfortably fit for their use.

A problem that they still might face is the size of the buttons on the sides. They’re quite small for regular and big hand sizes, so yeah, better confirm with that before buying.

But given the wonderful tactility, Synapse software, and Razer’s branding, there isn’t much more left to ask for, truly.

Surely, a strong competitor for the best white gaming mouse award.

Pros
  • White
  • Up to 16000 DPI
  • Razer Synapse
  • Amazing build quality
  • Razer’s pro branding
  • Ambidextrous
Cons
  • Side buttons are small
  • The mouse itself could’ve been bigger

Buyers’ Guide for the Best White Gaming Mouse to Complete Your Setup

Although I’ve guided you through seven amazing products, there still are things you must understand before you pick your favorite mouse.

Here are some considerations.

Ergonomics

Above everything, look for comfort. Gaming is no 1-2 hour thing every day, in tournaments, you’ve to sit there for hours. And even in regular gaming sprees with the boys, YOU HAVE TO BE THERE 24/7.

You can’t afford bad ergonomics in exchange for low costs.

Ergonomics directly affect your performance – no compromises here.

Programmable Buttons

It might take you surprisingly, but yes, programmable buttons really are a factor for most gamers.

But the question is, how would I know how many buttons I need? Easy. Judge it by your most played game. If the game you play the most requires extra buttons for extra functions, trade immediately.

If not, then don’t consider buying a mouse just because it has extra buttons. That might just be a rip-off for you.

Design

The whole purpose of this article is to design basically.

No one would really lookup for a white gaming mouse unless they don’t have a set up to fit it in.

But what else to look for? The RGB lighting of course.

Still, more importantly, the chassis. While most would look common, some chassis have a poor design which leaves a lot of space in between parts – which in turn, catches up dust.

And trust me, you don’t want a dusty rodent spoiling your aesthetic.

Performance

The name of the game.

Everything at the end breaks down to performance.

Of course, even the best mouse in the world can’t make you win championships unless you’re not skilled enough, but performance is different than skill.

How much DPI does the mouse supports? How long does the battery last? Are the clicks easier to operate? Are the sliding pads smooth enough?

All these questions – and more – make up the performance part. Make sure you have them answered before you finalize your purchase!

Conclusion

Buying the best white gaming mouse is fun as long as you know what you’re doing.

And not just a white gaming mouse, per se, but any mouse you might be interested in: YOU NEED TO KNOW WHAT YOU’RE BUYING IT FOR.

Is it better sensitivity? Is it a better grip? Is it a better style?

What is YOUR preference?

So, it’s more like a self-examination. Ask yourself and try to dig out the best possible piece for yourself from the heap!

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About the author

Lisa Scholfield

Lisa Scholfield is a New York Times and USA Today bestselling author of "The Digital World". Her books have received starred reviews in Publishers Weekly and Booklist.

Lisa lives in the Rocky Mountains with her husband, a medium-sized dog, and an attack cat. Before she started writing "The Digital World", she experimented with various occupations including, Computer Programming, Dog-Training, Scientificating, & Traveling.

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