Best Gaming Mouse To Buy At Every Price Range In Nepal [Updated]

Best Gaming Mouse in Nepal 2022
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Selecting the perfect mouse can be pretty daunting, especially in Nepal. At the same time, good mice are available, but the unfair pricing on some leaves you desiring more. Following up on the best mechanical keyboards list, I have rounded up the best gaming mouse you can buy in Nepal at every price range.

Best gaming mouse in Nepal 2022 (Summary)

The mouse is undoubtedly the most crucial peripheral when it comes to PC gaming. Pinpoint accuracy is a must, as even the slightest movement matters when it comes to excelling competitively. To achieve the full potential, one must not be bottlenecked by their gaming PC and the peripherals. 

S. No.   Gaming Mouse Price in Nepal  
01 Fantech X16 Thor II Rs. 1,699
02 Razer Viper Mini / DeathAdder V2 Mini Rs. 3,600 / Rs. 3750
03 Fantech Helios Go XD5 Rs. 8,499
04 Razer DeathAdder V2 Rs. 10,000
05 Glorious Model O Rs. 10,000
06 Razer Viper 8KHz Rs. 11,500
07 Razer Naga Trinity Rs. 14,000
08 ROCCAT Kone Pro Air Rs. 14,000
09 Logitech G Pro X Superlight ~Rs. 35,000

Best Under Rs. 2,000

Fantech X16 Thor II

While the Fantech X16 does not provide top-tier performance, it is one of the best gaming mice you can get for around NPR 1600. The design is reminiscent of brands like Logitech and Razer, which is not bad.

The mouse does not feel cheap but neither does it feel too premium. For the price, you get a 1000Hz polling rate, adjustable DPI (200-4,200), tons of RGB, and also macro capabilities. The only downsides of this mouse are its heavy weight, lack of onboard memory, and sub-par skates.

Budget gaming mouse Nepal: Fantech X16 Thor II

It does not slide as well on the mousepad, but you will likely not face any issues while playing FPS games. However, I suggest you save a bit and consider the next mouse in this list.

Fantech X16 Thor II Key Features:

  • PixArt 3519 Sensor
  • Up to 48 IPS / 10G Acceleration
  • Customizable RGB
  • Adjustable DPI 200 – 4,200DPI
  • 1000Hz Polling Rate
  • 1.8m Braided USB Cable
  • Price in Nepal:  Rs. 1,699

Best Under Rs. 4,000

If you have Rs. 4,000 to spend on a mouse, don’t think twice and just get the Razer Viper Mini. The Razer DeathAdder V2 Mini is a valid option, too, as they share a lot in common. These two offer the peak of what you can get for under 4K.

Razer Viper Mini

The Razer Viper Mini is a super lightweight mouse at only 61 grams. The sensor accuracy on this mouse is top tier, and the magnificent low latency is all gamers could ask for. More so, the braided cable does not obstruct mouse movement.

The Razer Synapse software allows the user to reprogram every button on the mouse. Overall, the Razer Viper Mini does not leave any room for complaints.

However, if you have bigger hands, you might face some issues depending on your grip style.

As I mentioned, the DeathAdder V2 Mini and the Viper Mini are the same mice. The choice boils down to whether you like Viper’s semi-ambidextrous shape or DeathAdder’s ergonomic one.

Razer Viper Mini Key Features:

  • 61g lightweight ambidextrous design
  • Razer Optical Mouse Switch
  • Razer Speedflex Cable
  • Up to 300 IPS / 35G Acceleration
  • Up to 8,500 DPI
  • Razer Chroma RGB Underglow
  • 100% PTFE Mouse Feet
  • Price in Nepal: Rs. 3,600

Best Under Rs. 10,000

For the best gaming mouse in Nepal under Rs. 10,000, we have three picks, each different from the other. While the DeathAdder V2 and Glorious Model O are wired, Fantech’s Helios Go XD5 offers wireless connectivity as well.

Fantech Helios Go XD5

The Helios Go XD5 from Fantech is a lightweight wireless gaming mouse. It comes with the popular Kailh GM8.0 switches and PixArt 3370 sensor. It can be used both wired and wirelessly. Just make sure you set the debounce to 0ms via the companion software for the best wireless gaming experience. 

Fantech Helios Go XD5

The provided paracord Type-C cable is lightweight and doesn’t produce drag while gaming. Likewise, the PTFE feet offer minimal resistance.

The build quality is decent but not the best. Due to the removable top cover, the mouse tends to squeak time and again. Also, the scroll wheel steps aren’t as well defined. Regarding performance, the mouse excels with no jitter or lags whatsoever.

Fantech Helios Go XD5 Key Features:

  • PixArt 3370 Sensor
  • 72g Lightweight Design
  • Up to 400 IPS / 50G Acceleration
  • Adjustable DPI 800-19,000 DPI
  • 1000Hz Polling Rate
  • Kailh GM8.0 Switches
  • Running RGB with 7 RGB modes
  • 1.8m Type-C Paracord
  • Up to 40H battery life
  • Price in Nepal: Rs. 8,499

Razer DeathAdder V2

Razer’s DeathAdder lineup is iconic, and every gamer once had it on their wish list. Best suited for palm grip, the DeathAdder V2 provides super-low latency and a customizable CPI range. Compared to previous models, there is a visible improvement in the cable and feet quality.

The mouse is quite large, so it might not be suitable for claw/fingertip gamers with smaller hands. The Razer Synapse 3 software provides tons of customization but is not available for macOS.

Midrange Gaming Mouse Nepal: Razer DeathAdder V2

However, as it has onboard memory, you can customize it on a Windows machine and then use it on Mac. But we are here for gaming and nobody games on a Mac. So, it should not be an issue.

Razer DeathAdder V2 Key Features:

  • Ergonomic Design / 82g weight
  • Razer Optical Mouse Switch
  • Razer Focus+ Optical Sensor
  • Razer Chroma RGB
  • Up to 650 IPS / 50G Acceleration
  • Up to 20,000 DPI
  • Price in Nepal: Rs. 10,000

Glorious Model O

The Glorious Model O features the popular honeycomb design that many desire. Speaking from personal experience, cleaning the dust buildup is a dreadful experience. Nonetheless, almost every best gaming mouse round-up mentions the Model O in one way or the other.

Glorious Model O

At 67 gm (103 gm with cable), it is one of the lightest mice on this list. Compared to the Deathadder V2, it has higher latency and lower maximum CPI but lower weight.

Pick this over the DeathAdder V2 if you like the lightweight ambidextrous body and the perforated honeycomb design.

Glorious Model O Key Features:

  • 67g lightweight honeycomb design
  • Pixart 3360 Sensor with 1000Hz polling rate (1ms) and 0.7mm life-off distance
  • Proprietary 2.0m Ascend Cord braided cable
  • G-Skate Feet made 100% Virgin PTFE
  • Up to 12,000 DPI.
  • Fully customizable RGB lighting
  • Price in Nepal: Rs. 10,000

Best Under Rs. 15,000

There are plenty of gaming mice available for under 15K. But, in our opinion, the ROCCAT Kone Pro Air is the best gaming mouse in Nepal at this price point. Alongside being priced reasonably, it also packs a ton of features.

There is also the Razer Viper 8KHz which comes with an astonishing 8,000Hz polling rate for fluid mouse movements.

Well, for the MMO gamers, you can’t go wrong with the Razer Naga Trinity and the versatility it provides.

Razer Viper 8KHz

The Razer Viper 8KHz is exactly what the name suggests. It has a truly ambidextrous design with additional buttons on both sides. Compared to a normal Viper, it has a higher 8KHz polling rate, better cable, and better feet.

Razer Viper 8KHz

This means that the mouse provides fluid cursor movement while feeling well-built and lightweight. Despite not having a honeycomb body, the mouse weighs only 101 grams (cable included).

Razer Viper 8KHz Key Features:

  • 71g True-Ambidextrous Design
  • Razer 8000Hz HyperPolling Technology
  • Razer Focus+ 20K DPI Optical Sensor
  • 2nd-gen Razer Optical Mouse Switch
  • Up to 650 IPS / 50G Acceleration
  • Razer Chroma RGB
  • Price in Nepal: Rs. 11,500

ROCCAT Kone Pro Air

The ROCCAT Kone Pro Air is an extremely good wireless mouse that weighs only 72 grams. It has 3 connection modes: Bluetooth, 2.4GHz dongle, and wired.

It is a well-balanced ergo mouse suited for claw grip. Likewise, the build quality is very sturdy and it features unique shine-through RGB on the buttons.

ROCCAT Kone Pro Air

You get a top-tier mouse for the top-tier price you pay. However, a wired-only version of the mouse is available for under NPR 10,000.

ROCCAT Kone Pro Air Key Features:

  • Ergonomic shape
  • Wireless + Bluetooth, with USB-C Rapid Charge
  • Lightweight  Bionic Shell – 75g
  • Titan Switch Optical
  • Heat-treated pure PTFE glides
  • ROCCAT Owl-Eye 19K DPI optical sensor
  • Price in Nepal: Rs. 14,000

Razer Naga Trinity

The Razer Naga Trinity is a jack of all trades, but master of none. Three interchangeable side panels allow it to be used for both FPS and MMO games.

The multiple-button layout offers a lot of flexibility. It’s fantastic, especially for MMOs, but its weight, size, and rigid cable keep it from being perfect.

Razer Naga Trinity

Razer Naga Trinity Key Features:

  • 120g  right-handed form factor
  • Razer 5G optical sensor, 16,000 DPI
  • Up to 450 IPS / 50 G Acceleration
  • 3 interchangeable side panels: 2, 7, and 12-button configurations
  • Razer Mechanical Mouse Switches
  • 1000Hz Polling Rate
  • Price in Nepal: Rs. 14,000

Best Premium Gaming Mouse in Nepal

The Logitech G Pro X Superlight is the best mouse you can buy in Nepal right now, but….. the elephant in the room, it’s incredibly overpriced in Nepal, and the lack of availability is a huge issue.

I’d suggest you go with the Kone Pro Air instead. But, if money is no constraint, you can get the G Pro X Superlight.

Logitech G Pro X Superlight

This is the best mouse money can buy right now in Nepal. From the design to the performance, it outperforms the majority of the competition globally. The mouse’s weight is distributed far better than any other on this list, weighing only 63 grams.

The Logitech G Pro X Superlight has a secure shape, making it suitable for the majority of users. Similarly, the coating Logitech uses on the body is strangely satisfying. Not to mention the star of the show, Logitech’s flagship Hero 25K sensor.

Best high-end gaming mouse in Nepal: Logitech G Pro X Superlight

If we’ve to nitpick, the buttons, especially the side ones, are a little underwhelming. Another complaint is the lack of Bluetooth connectivity, which is unimportant for gaming.

The GPX Superlight’s skates work well, but Logitech does not include a replacement. So if you ever need a replacement, go for the Superglide glass skates for optimum performance.

The Logitech G Pro X Superlight Key Features:

  • 63g lightweight design
  • Hero 25K sensor: 100 – 25,600 DPI
  • 1000Hz Polling Rate
  • Up to 400 IPS / 40G Acceleration
  • No-additive PTFE Feet
  • 70h battery life with constant motion
  • LIGHTSPEED wireless technology, Onboard memory
  • Price in Nepal: ~Rs. 35,000

Do you agree with our list of the best gaming mouse in Nepal? What do you think are the best gaming mice available in Nepal right now? Make sure to mention them in the comments below: