The Roccat Leadr ($140) is a very good mouse, but its designation is a bit of a misnomer. The Leadr has a ton of buttons, excellent wireless fidelity and a comfortable design. But considering that Razer, Logitech and SteelSeries have already produced similar mice, Roccat’s device is not a leader but a follower. Still, the Leadr gets pretty much everything right from a wireless gaming perspective, and it charges a little less than its competitors. It may not be the most distinctive mouse on the market, but if you have an affinity for Roccat gear, the Leadr is unlikely to disappoint.
If there’s one thing you can say about the Leadr, it’s that it has no shortage of buttons. This ergonomic, right-handed mouse has a whopping 14 buttons. And because it’s not an ambidextrous mouse, it expects you to use them all. Naturally, the mouse is pretty big to accommodate everything: 5.1 x 3.2 x 1.8 inches. Palm-grip players will like this one; claw-grip players may find themselves reaching more often than they’re used to.
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