The twelve buttons may sound overkill, but additional features can be a lifesaver for the game. Placing a button on the mouse releases the keyboard, allowing the player to maintain movement without sacrificing skill.
A 12-button gaming mouse is typically used in MMO or MOBA scenarios where skills are bound to additional buttons and are required in combat rather than FPS scenarios. FPS users can find value in a 12-button mouse for emotional expression, communication tools, or other quick shortcuts.
There are many great MMO mice on the market, but not all of them have 12 additional buttons. Unless otherwise specified, these mice are designed for right-handed users.
Corsair Scimitar Pro
Corsair is a leader in gaming products. The Scimitar Pro and Elite gaming mice are durable with a 12-button thumb panel. The mouse comes with a key slider macro button control system. The buttons are textured for quick, touch-based precise clicks. Button textures have been added so you can easily see where your hand is on the mouse.
You can have three predefined profiles, including MMO action commands and shortcuts for all purposes for everyday use. Players can also create their own profiles and lighting effects. The Scimitar Pro has an optical sensor with 16,000 DPI.
There is little difference between a professional and an elite. Both are the same price. The elite reaches 18,000 DPI instead of 16,000 DPI. The list of elites is rated at 50 million clicks on OMRON switches.
Another leader in gaming products is Logitech. The company isn’t as flashy as Razer or Corsair, but Logitech has devices that improve your gaming life.
The Logitech G600 is a rival to the Corsair Scimitar Pro. The Logitech G600 has 20 programmable buttons. The buttons are tilted and you can get the same tactile effect as Corsair with the click of a button. The optical sensor tracks at 8,200 DPI, which is half that of the Corsair Scimitar Pro sensor. Logitech is cheaper than Corsair, so it’s a friendly option for budget-conscious players.
Razer Naga Trinity
The Razer Naga Trinity is a generalist mouse. It features a modular side panel with three different button configuration options. Two thumb buttons on a standard gaming mouse. Seven buttons commonly found on MOBA mice. 12 button panel for MMO player. This mouse flexibility makes it one of the best mice on the list and offers a wide range of playstyles that you can adapt and change on the fly. The buttons are fully programmable in Razer Central and can be changed in color to set the pattern.
The mouse has an optical sensor of 16,000 DPI, up to 19 programmable buttons, supports over 16 million color combinations, and supports 50 million clicks. Button paint has a problem with durability and the tip is a little easier, but it’s flexible and worth the mouse.
Redragon M901 Wired Gaming Mouse
Redragon is an off-brand game peripheral. Prices aren’t as high as Razer, Corsair and Logitech. They are highly regarded for their good reviews and promising feedback.
The M901 has 18 programmable buttons with 12,400 DPI. I like this mouse as a weight control function. The mouse has an insert with eight small weights that you can add or remove. Colors and lights are software adjustable and have multiple color modes and effects.
Red Dragon M908 Impact
Like the M901, the M908 Impact is a 12,400 DPI 19-button mouse at a similar low price. It also comes with an adjustable weight set, allowing players to customize the physical feel and weight with the hands of the mouse. There are 5 adjustable DPI levels, and the DPI can be freely adjusted from 100 to 12,400 in software. The mouse has five memory profiles, each with its own bright color for easy identification. It has a tracking speed of 200 IPS, an acceleration of 30 G, and a polling speed of up to 1000 Hz. It uses the same OMRON mechanical switch as Logitech, so its durability is about the same.
Red Dragon M913 Impact Elite
The last Redragon on the list is the M913 Impact Elite. More expensive than the other two, it’s a wireless option for those who like the freedom of wireless devices. There is a better sensor at 16,000 DPI. It has 16 less programmable buttons, but still has a 12 button side panel for MMO use and macros. The danger of wireless devices is delay, but the Redragon M913 Impact Elite records clicks and swipes within a millisecond. It is battery-powered and lasts 45 hours on a single charge. Fully charged in 4 hours. The mouse can be wired or wireless if it needs to be recharged.
Like the others, it is equipped with 5 onboard DPI levels. The player can customize the DPI level of the software. You can also adjust the colors and buttons in wireless mode. The price is a bit higher than other Redragon mice. Like any other feature, it has a high DPI and can be used wirelessly. It also has the same weight adjustments as siblings.
UtechSmart Venus Gaming Mouse
The UtechSmart Venus gaming mouse is comparable to the Redragon M901 and M908 Impact. It is offered at the same price with the same design and weight adjustment capabilities. It has a high DPI, reaching up to 16,000. Fully customizable with the same 5 color identifiers as the 5 custom panels. There are switch commands at the bottom of the mouse that allow the player to switch between profiles by simply pressing a switch without opening the software. It has its own auto-launch button that can be adjusted and optimized. The mouse can only be programmed on Windows, but remembers the profile when connected to a Mac or Linux computer. Although it is an off-brand, it boasts high reviews and many unique features, competing with leading gaming mouse brands.
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