The Top 9 Gaming Mice With Palm Grip On The Market

Any mouse and keyboard gamer will tell you how vital it is to have a high-quality mouse as part of your set-up.

After all, it’s literally in the name, you’re not going to get very far playing mouse and keyboard without a mouse.

The Top 9 Gaming Mice With Palm Grip On The Market

And you’re not going to want any old bog-standard mouse that you would use for office work.

Oh no, you want a mouse with tons of extra features, and buttons, essentially you want the works, all the glitz and the glam.

And if you’re here today, you want a mouse with a good palm grip. 

So, you need a mouse. You’ve probably typed gaming mouse into Google or Amazon, and hundred upon thousands of options have been at your fingertips.

That new mouse being delivered to your door is all but a few clicks away.

But you haven’t quite committed to an option yet. And I bet I know why. 

It’s because, for one, there’s too much choice, and it’s a little overwhelming.

And then secondly, you’ve probably got a lot of questions that need to be answered first.

I know that I’ve always got a thousand questions whirling around in my head.

What makes this mouse different from others? Is the sensor good? Why is this one so much more expensive?

And that is to name but a few. The whole process of picking an option can become so difficult that you can feel like throwing in the towel and just sticking with your old and battered mouse. 

But that is not the answer. So, to save everyone else from that hair-pulling-frustrating fate, I’ve tried and tested over 20 different gaming mice to see which ones are really worth the purchase.

They haven’t all made it to the top 9 list today, but the well top 9 best mice have.

These mice all proved their worth to me in one way or another, and throughout this guide, I will describe how. 

So shall we get straight into it? 

Palm Grip Explained 

Okay, so before I jump into all the detail of the nine mice that are worth the purchase, let’s ensure we’re all on the same page about what palm grip actually means. 

Palm grip is when the gamer holds the mouse with their entire hand.

So as the name suggests, your entire palm makes contact with the mouse arch, while your fingers rest against mouse 1 and mouse 2 (the two buttons.) Typically with a palm grip there won’t be any arching of the hand or fingers. 

Then there is the palm-claw grip which is almost the same but not quite.

The hand will rest in a very similar position, but the main difference is that the fingers and palm arch up slightly so the full hand is not making contact with the mouse.

You’ll notice that only the tips of your fingers touch the mouse in this case. 

Buyers Guide

I promise that we will get onto the best mice on the market very soon.

Before that though, it’s very important to know exactly what you’re looking for in a mouse.

And if you’re a serious gamer looking for a decent mouse, you’ll want to keep an eye out for particular features.

Below you’ll find a list of all the important features to consider before making a purchase. 

The Shape And Size 

You may not think that the shape or size of your mouse is all that important, but it’s actually probably one of the most vital components.

The size and shape of your mouse are what make it fit comfortably in your hand, and if it’s not comfy then you’re just not going to get on well with your mouse and it’ll probably find itself abandoned at the back of your spare parts drawer. I know you have one. 

And for palm-grip-gamers, this couldn’t be more the case.

For those that like their entire hand to rest on the mouse, you’ll usually prefer a larger mouse rather than the small and narrow options.

That is of course unless you have smaller hands, in which case they can work well. 

Optic & Dots Per Inch

A mouse’s optic and DPI are something you’ll want to ensure that you’re checking before making a purchase.

These figures can be the difference between life and death in FPS games.

If you have a mouse with poor optics or DPI, you can say goodbye to consistent, accurate, and effective aim.

As this is a farewell nobody wants to see, you’ll want to keep in the loop when it comes to these stats. 


Ah, buttons. There is so much variety when it comes to buttons on a mouse that it can give you a headache just thinking about it.

Some mice have one or two, some can have seven or eight.

And if it wasn’t bad enough that you need to decide how many buttons you want for your mouse, you also need to consider the quality of said buttons.

The Top 9 Gaming Mice With Palm Grip On The Market

You’ll want to take a closer look at button travel time and feedback to ensure that you aren’t waiting too long for the click of that button to register.

A second or two may not seem like a lot of time for your regular individual, but we gamers know that those seconds can be the difference between a defeat and a victory. 

Lift-Off Distance (LOD)

Lift-off distance is another important feature to research as this can affect the responsiveness and predictability of the mouse pointer.

Essentially, LOD is the amount of distance between the mouse and the surface before the optic will no longer register movement. 

You’re looking for a low LOD. The lower, generally, the better.

Sure some prefer a slightly higher lift-off distance, but I find that higher LODs make your movements quite unpredictable when you swipe.

Performing a 180 turn is a pretty basic yet important move in most games, and a high LOD can make this basic move a real challenge. 


Much like size and shape, the weight of your mouse can be the difference between a well-loved well-used mouse, and one that collects dust at the back of your drawer.

In terms of palm-grip gamers, you’ll tend to find that a heavier mouse is preferred.

However, every person is different, so it does essentially come down to personal preference. 

Typically though, heavier mice are superior because they provide additional strength and use their forearm more than their wrist to position the mouse. 


With so many important features to concentrate on, it is no surprise that the mouse cable often slips our minds.

But really, it’s not something that you want to forget about.

Cables can be annoying, they can be poor quality, and sometimes they can even impede the maneuverability of the mouse itself. 

Durability & Texture

While you can never truly determine how durable an item is without time, it’s an important thing to at least think about.

You can usually tell even from pictures when a material is particularly flimsy.

The texture is just as important too, some materials can make it harder to grip your mouse and some make your hand more sweaty – both of which are not great. 

If you can’t really determine the durability or texture from the image or description, it may be worth making your way to the reviews that are available online.

There you will find honest opinions from those who have purchased the product. 

Who Made It To The Top 9? 

Now that we’ve gone over all the relevant information that you’ll need to know, it’s time for the grand reveal.

I tried so many different mice to find you guys the ultimate selection.

And after much research and deliberation, I ranked these nine fabulous palm-grip mice. Let’s take a look at the winners:

  • Logitech G Pro Wireless
  • G-Wolves Skoll
  • XTRFY M4
  • BenQ Zowie EC2-B
  • G-Wolves Hati
  • Logitech G403/G703
  • Steelseries Rival 600
  • Steelseries Rival 310
  • Roccat Kone Pure Owl Eye

Best Overall – Logitech G Pro Wireless

The G Pro Wireless remains supreme when it comes to Logitech mice.

They clearly had gamers in mind when it came to creating this mouse, and what better way to ensure that their product delivers great quality than enlisting the help of over 50 professional esports players?

They collected a high quantity of feedback to find out exactly what you’re looking for in a mouse and then produced it.

And I must say that this tactic worked spectacularly. 

The HERO sensor is one of the best features that Logitech brought to the product.

This sensor has a whopping 16,000 DPI delivered in 50 increments.

This feature is meant to be one of the best on the market and so of course, I had to put it to the test.

And I must say, I don’t have a bad word to say about it.

This sensor has been perfect, there’s been no spin-outs, no unusual tracking, and no pixel skipping.

Nothing, nada. It’s pretty much faultless. 

The dimensions of the mouse are as follows: 

  • Length – 12.5 cm
  • Width (From Sensor) – 5.9 cm
  • Height – 4 cm
  • Weight – 80 g

The walls of the mouse are just 1mm thick, which goes to say that it’s incredibly lightweight, particularly for a wireless mouse.

And if you don’t include the bottom plate, the whole thing weighs just 77 g. 

In terms of buttons, it has eight overall. It comes with the standard mouse one, mouse two, and scroll wheel.

But it also offers two additional buttons on each side of the mouse as well as a DPI button underneath.

But what about the quality of these buttons?

Well, you wouldn’t expect much else other than great quality for your standard buttons, and these expectations are definitely met.

I’d actually go as far as to say that I am yet to find any mouse one or two buttons that come close to comparing with that of the G Pro Wireless.

And then you’ve got the side buttons. These honestly blew my mind, which is a hard thing to do these days.

The matte finish is absolutely stunning and the travel time is immaculate, it’s basically instantaneous.

The positioning of them is also perfect.

There’s nothing worse than bad button placement that makes it awkward and hard to click, but there are no such troubles with this mouse. 

The battery life on the mouse is also pretty impressive.

And I think that’s an understatement given that it is currently the best battery life of any produced Logitech mouse.

You can expect a 48-hour battery life with RGB, without it you can expect a whopping 60+ hours of battery life.

So you won’t have to worry about it dying on you halfway through a game, that’s for sure. 

Literally, the only main cause for concern that I have with this mouse is that it won’t be suitable for all gamers sizewise.

That is the only problem I could really come up with.

Since it is quite small and lightweight those with larger hands might find palm-gripping the mouse quite difficult or uncomfortable.

Oh, and it’s worth mentioning that it can set you back quite a bit price-wise. Like, quite a bit. 


  • HERO Sensor
  • Lightweight
  • Great buttons
  • Great Battery life


  • Expensive
  • Small

Best For Big Hands – G-Wolves Skoll

If the G Pro Wireless won’t work for you because you’ve got bigger hands, don’t despair, for I have the perfect alternative. G-Wolves’ first-ever gaming mouse:

The Top 9 Gaming Mice With Palm Grip On The Market

The Skoll. It’s clear that they’ve taken their inspiration from the Zowie EC2-B mouse (brilliant mouse, that you’ll see later on in this guide,) especially in terms of shape.

However, they’ve added their own brilliant twist. And the good news?

In terms of gaming mice, it’s pretty large, so you can be sure you’ll have that perfect grasp if you’ve got bigger hands. 

This mouse uses the PM3360 sensor which is a pretty common, yet effective, option for gaming mice.

It’s a pretty popular choice considering it’s one of the best sensors going offering up to 12,000 DPI. 

The dimensions of the mouse are as follows: 

  • Length – 125mm
  • Width – 68mm
  • Height – 42mm
  • Weight – 66 g 

As you can see from the dimensions if you’re looking for a lightweight mouse, it’s the perfect choice for you.

On the list today, I think this option comes in as the lightest choice.

The thing that I love about this mouse for palm grip is that it has this high hump that your palm curls around as if it was made personally for your very own hand.

This shape makes the mouse one of the comfiest mice that I have played with in a very long time.

So if you like to put in the hours when it comes to gaming, you have a perfect choice here. 

This mouse comes with seven buttons in total. You’ve got your obvious mouse one, two, and scroll wheel.

Then there are an additional two side buttons, a DPI button, and an RGB button too.

If a crisp click and a fast and reactive response are what you’re looking for in your buttons, and let’s face it, who isn’t, then this is a great option. Travel time is all but non-existent. 

Then there’s the cable. I must say, I was super impressed by the cable.

If there’s anything in this world that I can’t stand, it’s a rigid cable that causes drag.

These cables are the bane of my life and usually, if the cable is going to impact how I can move the mouse, I’ll just get rid.

But this one is so flexible. When you put the mouse in a bungee you honestly wouldn’t know that it isn’t wireless.

There’s a lot to be said for this paracord cable, and it gets a massive thumbs up from me. 

My only real complaint is that the mouse feet are somewhat lackluster.

Sure, they do the job well enough, but when the rest of the mouse shines so fantastically, those mediocre features stand out a little.

As I say, they do the job, but just not as well as any of the other mice that I’ve reviewed. 


  • 3360 Sensor
  • Comfortable Design
  • Great buttons
  • Great cable


  • Mouse Feet aren’t great

Best Ergonomic Mouse – XTRFY M4

I’d heard a lot of whispers online that the new XTRFY M4 mouse was a real up-and-comer, and of course, that had me immediately purchasing one so I could find out for myself whether or not this was true.

Reviews rave about it being comfortable and efficient and considering the reasonable price, it was fair to say it had my undivided attention.

I had high hopes, and I was not let down. This medium-sized mouse with its honeycomb shell really outshines many of its similarly-priced counterparts. 

The sensor used in this mouse is the PMW3389 which offers values as high as 16,000 in terms of DPI.

Again, it’s a pretty popular choice for a sensor, and after a while of using the mouse, I couldn’t argue with the choice.

There’s no jittering and it has very accurate tracking. 

The dimensions for this mouse are as follows: 

  • Length – 120 mm
  • Width – 58.5 mm
  • Height – 39.5 mm
  • Weight – 69 g 

This is one of the smaller mice that have made it to the list, but while it may be quite short, the predominant hump in the design makes it very comfortable for palm-grip users.

It’s also pretty lightweight so if that’s what you’re after it’s a great pick. 

What really sets this mouse apart from many others on the market is its unique shape and design.

If comfort is of the utmost importance to you, then you’ll get on very well with this ergonomic mouse.

It is worth noting that because it is quite different from your typical mouse, it may feel a little odd to handle it initially.

Don’t judge it too quickly though, because once you get used to it, you’ll grow to adore the change in design. 

The left-hand side grip has this very aggressive curve to it, that as I say, feels odd to begin with, but ultimately becomes so comfy that your hand just melts into the mouse.

It also supports your thumb in a way that I haven’t seen before which is great.

The right side slopes downwards a little more and leaves space for your ring and pinky fingers.

If you game for extended periods of time, you couldn’t really ask for much more. 

The XTRFY M4 comes with seven buttons.

Your mouse one, mouse two, scroll wheel, an RGB button, a DPI button, and two side buttons.

The primary buttons give the most satisfying clicks that you’ll ever hear and they also work amazingly well.

They’re so responsive. The RGB button located on the top gives you access to a variety of modes from solid colors, to rainbow mode, and more.

And if you’re an RGB-hater (there’s no shame in that) you can easily turn it off completely. 

When it comes to the cable, XTRFY created the EZCORD which is their own take on the paracord.

It works well, and it’s flexible enough. But it doesn’t quite hold a candle to the paracord itself, which is a little disappointing.

The only other negative that I have is for our fellow sweaty-palmed gamers.

If you get sweaty hands while playing you’ll notice the grip becomes a little slippery and hard to hold. 


  • 3389 Sensor
  • Unique design and shape
  • Lots of colorways
  • Great buttons


  • The cord is not as good as the paracord
  • The side grip gets slippery with sweaty hands

BenQ Zowie EC2-B

I’ve always loved a Zowie mouse, and for much of my time as a gamer, it’s always been my go-to make.

That is why I was initially drawn to trying and testing the EC2-B which has been labeled as their best mouse to date.

And I must say, it lived up to the hype. This upgraded mouse is the best of Zowie’s choices by a large margin for palm-grip players. 

It uses the PMW-3360 Sensor which is pretty close to the sensor that is used in the mouse above.

Again, it’s a very common choice due to its good quality and effectiveness.

And it is certainly a step forward from the 3310 sensor that was used in the FK series that the brand brought out.

All in all, you really can’t complain about this feature. 

The dimensions for the product are as follows: 

  • Length – 120 mm 
  • Width – 61 mm
  • Height – 40 mm 
  • Weight –  95 g 

This mouse is well known for its comfortable feel that almost molds to your very own hand.

It’s a pretty popular choice in the eSports world which really says more than I ever could.

If the pros are loving it, then it definitely must be doing something right.

I think it’s so comfy because the whole design is centered around palm-grip players.

It is built with you in mind – to be comfortable for you. 

For our heavier mouse enthusiasts, you’ll also be happy to learn that it’s a fairly heavy option.

Although, it’s still not too heavy. Most gamers can get along with it relatively easily, it’s only if you’re particularly used to feather-light mice that you may come into difficulty with it.

It is a little on the smaller side though, so if you have larger hands you may find the EC1-B a little easier to use. 

It features seven buttons. Mouse one and two, the scroll wheel, two side buttons, a DPI button, and a polling rate button.

These buttons all work well, but I don’t think that they live up to the standards of some of the previously mentioned mice.

Don’t get me wrong, they’re not bad by any means. But the travel time is average at best and you don’t get quite as satisfying of a click.

However, the polling button is a nice new addition that does make adjustments so much easier to do.

In terms of DPI buttons, there are fewer modes than you’ll find on some of the above mice, but again, all the essential functions are there.

It’s a good mouse, but there are just other options on the market that outshine it. 

The Zowie cables are also some of the best that you’ll find.

They’re smooth, they’re durable, and they don’t impede your maneuverability.

Overall, if comfort is your main concern, then you can’t go wrong with this option. 

It has everything that you need in a good mouse, and it only looks a little worse compared to the others because they offer more than you need.

But it’s a very versatile, comfortable, and ergonomic mouse. 


  • 3360 Sensor
  • Comfortable Shape
  • Easy polling rate & DPI switching


  • Buttons not as great as other options

G-Wolves Hati

G-Wolves find themselves on my list again, because they produce great-quality mice.

And the Hati is no exception. They’ve essentially mimicked the G Pro Wireless in their design, except for the fact that this version is corded.

It also weighs a fair bit less. But otherwise, it is very much a copycat version, and it’s done so well. 

The Hati uses a PMW3360 Sensor that offers up to 12,000 DPI.

And as you know by now, that’s a decent sensor. I’ve mentioned above that it does the job perfectly and will enable perfect and seamless gaming. 

The dimensions of this product are as follows: 

  • Length – 125 mm 
  • Width – 58.5 mm
  • Height – 39.5 mm 
  • Weight – 61 g

Though this is very similar to the G Pro Wireless, you’ll notice from these dimensions that on this version the grip is far narrower.

With this design, the side grips are a little more curved whereas the back of the mouse is a little chunkier.

And this design definitely works well, I found it pretty comfortable to use and liked that there seems to be a little more space for your pinky finger.

You’ll also notice that it is almost 20 g lighter than its inspiration.

This is quite a noticeable difference and for some palm-grip players, it can almost feel too light.

But I won’t hold that against the mouse too much, since really that is a personal preference than a feature fault. 

Shape-wise, it is very similar to the G Pro Wireless. It fits comfortably in your hand and aids easy play.

I’d actually say that this version may trump the G Pro Wireless ever so slightly in terms of shape design.

This is because it provides a much better grip overall and the texture is just a lot nicer too. 

When it comes to buttons, you’ll get six with the Hati.

Mouse one and two, the scroll wheel, a DPI button along with two side buttons.

The primary clicks are fairly tactile but they’re also a fair amount louder.

Whether or not this is a deal-breaker is down to you, I suppose, but I did find it a little distracting.

Overall though, I am won over by the side buttons.

They feel great, work effectively, and have barely any travel time.

You can tell that they’ve tried to copy the great shape of the G Pro Wireless’ side buttons, but they’ve not quite captured them in the same way. 

The corded mouse uses a top-tier paracord that is flexible and doesn’t get in the way of gameplay.

It’s not very often I feel super strongly about a cable, but I am quite passionate about these paracord cables.

They work so well. If you want many of the great features of the G Pro Wireless without the hefty bill that comes with it, this is a great option. 

The only real concern is that the mouse feet are fairly poor. 


  • 3360 Sensor
  • Great G Pro Wireless mimicked shape
  • Great cable
  • Great side buttons


  • Poor mouse feet

Best Budget – Logitech G403/G703

I have already mentioned my love for Logitech, which perhaps makes me a little biased, but honestly they are just overall great choices.

Logitech rarely disappoints and with each new release, their gaming mice just seem to continually improve.

The G403/G703 is a great gaming mouse choice, especially for beginners or those on a budget.

There really isn’t much difference between the G403 and the G703 other than one is wireless and compatible with a powerplay mat whereas the other is a corded option. 

Both mice use the HERO sensor that is used in the G Pro Wireless mouse, and honestly, it is pretty much faultless.

Coming in with a whopping 16,000 DPI this sensor is arguably as good as it gets in the current market. So you really can’t go wrong here. 

Shape-wise you can expect something similar to the Razer DeathAdder or perhaps the Zowie EC1-A. 

The dimensions for the product are as follows: 

  • Length – 124 mm 
  • Width – 68 mm 
  • Height – 43 mm 
  • Weight – 88g 

It is worth noting that the wireless version of this mouse will weigh a fair amount more coming in at 106 g.

Along with being heavier, you can expect it to cost a little more than the corded version too.

Both mice, though, come with a really cool feature in terms of weight.

You can choose to add an additional 10g of weight to the base of the mouse if you prefer a heavier-weighted mouse. 

You’ll have six buttons on this mouse. Mouse one and two, the scroll button, a DPI button, and two side buttons.

The Top 9 Gaming Mice With Palm Grip On The Market

They’re decent buttons, they’re sturdy and durable, and they do the job.

However, once your hands are a bit sweaty and they start to squeak.

Now, this is a problem-problem for me. I eventually had to place tape over the plastic to try and reduce the sound which worked somewhat.

But if that squeaking sound grates on you the same way that it does me, you may not like the buttons very much. 

For the corded mouse, the cord proved to be unproblematic.

It didn’t vibrate all that much, it glides effortlessly, and is braided and fairly thick.

I really didn’t have a bad word to say about it.

The battery life for the wireless version is pretty impressive too.

If you turn off the RGB lighting then you can expect 60 hours of uninterrupted gameplay, but if you prefer to keep those colors on you’ll still have 48 hours of battery life. Pretty impressive. 


  • Affordable
  • Comfortable
  • HERO Sensor


  • Squeaky buttons

Steelseries Rival 600

If you were to ask any gaming fanatic their favorite Steelseries mouse, undoubtedly they would reply the Rival 600.

It is a fairly pricy option, but considering the quality of the mouse, I don’t think it’s something to grumble about. It’s a fantastic mouse. 

This mouse has a Steelseries Truemove 3+ Sensor, this sensor is great and is essentially the same as the 3360 Sensor.

It has similar DPI scaling and works amazingly well during gameplay.

Steelseries also has a second sensor up their sleeve which is known as the Depth Sensor.

The goal of this sensor is to adjust to any surface which is a pretty great feature.

It is also known amongst palm-grip players as one of the best fits and most comfortable mice available. 

The dimensions of the product are as follows: 

  • Length – 130 mm
  • Width – 62 mm
  • Height – 40 mm
  • Weight – 98-128 g (adjustable)

Of all the mice on the list, this one comes in as the largest, so bigger handed players may find this option much more comfortable.

It is also much heavier than the other options, so if you prefer that to a lightweight mouse, you’ll definitely get along with this mouse very well.

I adore that there are weight adjustments possible for the mouse so that you can customize it to feel just right for you.

It’s also super simple to do. The mouse comes with detachable slots where 4g weights can be placed to make it as light or heavy as you wish. 

The Rival 600 comes with seven buttons. Mouse one and two, the scroll wheel, a CPI button, and three side buttons.

The buttons work well and feel great and there is very little travel time.

My only criticism is that I feel that the third button is just a little out of comfortable reach.

But that’s just for my hand size, you might have a completely different experience with this. 

Now, the depth sensor, I don’t know. I have mixed feelings about this one.

When I played around with it, it really didn’t make that much of an impact or difference for me personally.

But then again, I supposed for those who often change pads, tilt-slam, or aggressively swipe it may actually be quite a beneficial feature.

Perhaps I just didn’t find it that amazing because it’s not made for my style of gameplay.

But overall, I’m not massively convinced. It’s a great add-on feature but I’m not sure how effective it actually is in practice. 

The cable I also had mixed opinions about. It is rubber, smooth, and has a decent length.

But it’s just not massively flexible, especially compared to other mice that have made the list. I much prefer the paracord options. 


  • TrueMove3+ Sensor
  • Customizable weight
  • Good side buttons


  • Not suitable for smaller hands
  • Cable not great

Steelseries Rival 310

So sticking with the Steelseries brand, we also have the Rival 310.

And again, it’s a good option in terms of palm-grip gamers.

It has sturdy and durable side grips and is just a good quality option all-round. 

Much like the mouse above it uses the TrueMove3 optical sensor that has as much as 12,000 DPI.

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It’s basically a different variation of the PMW3360 and it works just as well as its popular counterpart.

I actually, as of yet, am still undecided as to which sensor is superior.

To be honest, from trying them both out so far, I really can’t tell that much of a difference. 

The dimensions for the product are as follows: 

  • Length – 127.6 mm
  • Width – 59 mm 
  • Height – 42 mm
  • Weight – 88.3 g 

I like to think of this mouse as a pretty universal fit. It’s like Goldilock’s dream.

Not too big, not too small. Not too heavy, not too light.

It’s just right, and because of this, it will be suitable for pretty much everyone. And that’s what we like to see. 

This mouse offers six buttons. It is ergonomically right-handed and is stated to use switches that should last a whopping 50 million clicks!

If an ambidextrous mouse is more your style, then you should definitely check out the sensei 310.

It’s basically the exact same as the rival but just ambidextrous instead of ergonomic.

You’ll get your mouse one and two, the scroll wheel, the DPI button, and two side buttons.

All work pretty well, but the scroll wheel has a tendency to rattle every now and then which can become fairly aggravating after a while. 

The main thing I wanted to trial during the Rival 310 test was its durability.

There have been issues with similar Steelseries mice before, particularly with the side grips, and I wanted to be sure that there had been improvements.

And I can confirm that there has been indeed. The side grips are so much more sturdy than that of the Rival 300. 

The overall material of the mouse is great too.

I find that my hands don’t get anywhere near as sweaty using this mouse as they do with other ones.

So that is always a great added bonus.

The only real criticism that I can give this mouse is that it has quite a large hump that can feel a little unusual and uncomfortable to begin with.

Preserve with it though, as you get used to it with time. 


  • Anti-sweat
  • TrueMove3 Sensor
  • Durable


  • Rattling scroll wheel
  • Uncomfortable hump

Roccat Kone Pure Owl Eye

And last but not least, we have the Roccat Kone Pure Owl Eye.

While Roccat Kone may not be as typically known as the likes of Steelseries or Logitech, release after release the company proves that they know how to continuously improve their products.

And the Pure Owl Eye is one of their best releases yet. 

This mouse has its own sensor made by Roccat Kone that is essentially very similar to that of the PMW-3360.

From aim accuracy to pixel precision, their own modified software shows that it can certainly keep up with the 3360.

Again, from using the mouse I couldn’t really detect a significant difference between either sensor that would be worth mentioning in this guide.

It’s simply a great mouse option with a great sensor. 

The dimensions for the product are as follows: 

  • Length – 118 mm
  • Width – 60 mm 
  • Height – 39 mm
  • Weight – 88 g

As you can see this mouse is the same weight as the rival 310, the main difference between the two is that this option is much smaller.

So it’s a better option for our smaller-handed palm-gripped gamers.

Because it’s so small and lightweight, it acts as a very nimble mouse.

It is important to keep in mind that it is also quite a low mouse.

Whether this is a pro or a con will really depend from gamer to gamer.

It’s just a case of personal preference, but personally, I wasn’t too fond of this feature.

Now it has a pretty unique shape that is a bit like Marmite. You’ll either adore it or despise it.

You may want to shop physically for this one rather than online so you can give it a feel and see which group you fall into.

The shape has a very deep groove for your thumb on the left side and then the base of the mouse curves too.

It’s definitely not your standard shape. At first, I was a little like definitely not.

But I persevered with it for a couple of hours or so and it did win me over in the end.  

You’ll have seven buttons available with the Pure Owl Eye.

Mouse one and two, the scroll wheel, plus and minus DPI buttons, as well as two side buttons.

The newer version of this mouse has softer buttons but they still feel very nice and have minimal travel time. 

I’m not a massive fan of the braided cable that it comes with as it can cause a little bit of friction and it vibrates somewhat too.

But overall the mouse is durable and easy to grip and I enjoy the texture of the material.

This one definitely won’t be for everyone, but I think for those with smaller hands, this could be the perfect option. 


  • Perfect for smaller hands
  • Light and nimble
  • Good sensor
  • Good side buttons


  • Unconventional shape that not everyone likes
  • Poor cable

Final Thoughts

Overall, every one of these nine mice is well worth the purchase.

There are some that I prefer over others and the G Pro Wireless still remains undefeated in my personal opinion.

With that being said though, all of these mice are of high quality and will enable really great gameplay for and palm-grip gamer. 

Really, it all boils down to personal preference as to which one will be the perfect fit for you.

Each gamer is different, some prefer larger heavier mice, while others prefer smaller and lighter options.

But within these nine options, there will definitely be at least one great fit for you. 

Hopefully, from reading this guide, you’ll have a much better idea of which mouse will work best for you.

And before you know it, you’ll have that delivery waiting at your doorstep and you can begin to play your preferred games with your preferred mouse. 

Which was your favorite option out of the nine? Let me know in the comments!

Ashley Newby