Top five Cyber Monday gaming mouse deals under £100

A few of these picks normally sell at over £100 too.

With Black Friday over, Cyber Monday is your last chance to bag a bargain and if you're looking for a gaming mouse to upgrade your PC set-up, then you've come to the right place. If you're just using a PC for work or browsing the internet, you might be content with a standard mouse. But when it comes to serious gaming sessions, having a gaming mouse can truly change the game, offering new options, improving your performance, and also providing extra comfort from long gaming sessions.

That said, a gaming mouse is usually pricier than a typical mouse, all the more so if you're opting for a wireless one, although gamers who value responsiveness overall will want to stick with a wired one. Fortunately, Cyber Monday deals have got some big savings so that even the most expensive gaming mice can be yours for under £100. Here's our five picks from a range of highly regarded gaming peripheral manufacturers.


1. Razer Naga Pro Gaming Mouse - £87.99 (was £149.99)

The best gaming mouse is also usually one of the most expensive which makes a discount of more than 40 percent a cracking deal. The ergonomically designed wireless Naga Pro features up to 20 programmable buttons allowing macros quite literally at your thumb and fingertips, with swappable side plates to customise as you need. With over 100 hours of battery life and a 20K DPI Optical Sensor, you'll barely differentiate it from a wired mouse.

2. SteelSeries 62593 Prime Wireless Mouse - £49.99 (was £129.99)

With a deep discount of over 60 percent, this SteelSeries wireless mouse is a huge saving. Designed for FPS pros, it's a lightweight mouse at just 80g, built for fast demanding performance with a TrueMove Pro sensor with advanced tilt tracking, while its 100 hours battery life will keep you going through gaming marathons.

3. Logitech G903 Lightspeed Wireless Gaming Mouse - £57.99 (was £129.99)

Another mega reduction for one of the best wireless gaming mice, the Logitech G903 is not only highly responsive with its HERO sensor with 25,600 DPI, it's also pretty lightweight at 110g while its battery will last you a whopping 140 hours before you need to charge. Its ambidextrous design means both left or right-handed users will be able to use it, and you can further add to its functionality with additional programmable buttons.

4. Roccat Kone Pro Air Ergonomic Wireless Gaming Mouse - £59.99 (was £119.99)

Thanks to its bionic shell design, this is one of the lightest gaming mice you can get at just 75g. The Kone Pro Air has a dual wireless system, letting you opt for Roccat's own Stellar Wireless technology or BlueTooth, while a USB-C port ensures super-fast charging.

5. Corsair Scimitar Elite RGB Optical Mouse e - £44.99 (was £74.99)

This starts out as one of the cheaper options, though that's also because it's the only one that isn't wireless, though it also means it should be a more responsive mouse. It's also quite weighty but adds to its ultra-durable design, from its sturdy scroll wheel to its braided cable to ensure it endures the wear-and-tear of extended gaming sessions. Its ergonomic design also allows your hand to fit comfortably around it, with added support rest for your right finger.

There's not long to go before Cyber Monday's over but be sure to give Jelly Deals a follow on Twitter for all the latest deals, and even after the day is past, we can surely expect more deals in the run up to Christmas.

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Alan Wen

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Alan is a freelance writer and critic with an unabashed love of Japanese games and RPGs, despite having less time for them. He will also find any excuse to get all blue skies about Sega.


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