If you are into computer gaming, you might want to consider buying any of these these 3 gaming mice.

And there is no doubt about it, the gaming community is huge, and there are different reasons why people play. If you are out of state going away from college, gaming with friends online can be one of the ways you can maintain your relationships back home.

Some may just like to take their mind off things and hop on a game for a bit. Whether you are a serious gamer or someone who just games casually with friends, having a killer gaming mouse can ensure that you can keep up with other players and have a great experience no matter how long you play for. If you are in the market for a new mouse, consider these three gaming mice.

Razer DeathAdder Chroma multi-color ergonomic gaming mouse

Touted as the world’s most popular gaming mouse on Amazon, this gaming mouse has a lot to offer. Its design is more minimalist than other gaming mice, having only five buttons—left, right, mouse wheel, and two on the side readily accessible by thumb. It is an ergonomic right-handed designed mouse, with 10,000 Dpi, and can be used with a Mac or a PC. It comes with 16.8 million customizable color options. With a capability of doing 200 inches per second and 50g acceleration, this mouse can take your gaming to the next level. If you are interested in analytics, you can also track your performance with heat mapping. All of this, however, will cost you around $70.00, which may be out of the budget for some. However, like with most things, you pay for what you get, and this mouse is no exception to that notion.

Redragon M601 gaming mouse

This mouse made the list because it is not only more affordable for the casual gamer in comparison to the Razer, but it is the mouse I purchased for my gaming. I would not consider myself a “serious gamer” by any means. However, I do consider myself a casual gamer, playing a few hours every week depending on my workflow. I built my own computer and went with the Redragon to complement my rig because it had great reviews and was highly affordable after dumping most of my budget on other parts of my PC. At nearly one-seventh the cost of the Razer, it does not come with a lot of the bells and whistles. With a capability of 3200 Dpi, 15g acceleration, compatible with Mac and PC, and comes with an 8-piece weight tuning set, it will get the job done.

Pictek 7200 Dpi ergonomic gaming mouse

Currently listed as Amazon’s choice for gaming mice, the Pictek is the middle ground between the Razer and the Redragon. Coming with 16 million color customization options, as well as DPi adjustment, from 1200 to 7200, it offers greater control over performance. It has seven buttons, two more than the previous mice, but it lacks the heat map tracking of the Razer. Currently listed on Amazon at $13.99, it could be a more affordable option that gives you aspects of both worlds.