Along with a fast running PC and a high-quality display, to get the most out of your gaming experience, you need a gaming keyboard and mouse that can go the extra mile, offering convenient buttons configurations, fast speeds and pinpoint accuracy.
When it comes to choosing a new mouse or keyboard, there has never been a better time to go wireless. In the past, wireless technology has been deemed a gimmick, only something to boost the price of something with the technology not being that great. These days are gone. With wireless technology improving all the time, it has never been a better stage to go wireless.
With a wireless gaming keyboard and a wireless gaming mouse, you lose the stress of wire management while also creating more space and freedom on your desk. For competitive gameplay, this could be the difference between winning and losing. Plus, there are even mousepads that you can combine with your device that will automatically charge as you play, giving you one less thing to think about.
With so many choices available, it is sometimes hard to know which wireless gaming mouse or keyboard you should choose to improve your gameplay. With our extensive guide, we have taken the tricky bit out of choosing, including some of the top range wireless gaming keyboards and wireless gaming mice so you can take your gaming to the next level!
Corsair K70 Mk.2 Gaming KeyboardCHECK PRICE
Every once in a while, there will be a product you use, and you can simply find no flaws with it, which is precisely what you will experience with the Corsair K70 Mk.2 Gaming Keyboard. It has been ergonomically designed, offering an impeccable typing experience. This is helped with the Cherry MX key switches.
Aesthetically this keyboard is beautiful, with larger than life RGB lighting to choose from. Of course, the most important aspect is the gaming ability, and the K70 does not disappoint. Commands are accurate and quick, plus you can set custom profiles for each different game you play, all including a different lighting setup.
The media keys are discrete, and the multiple game modes prevent any accidents tabbing out of games. It has a high asking price, but this wireless gaming keyboard is one of the best available for the massive amount of features and usability.
- Beautiful Design
- Multiple Gaming profile options
Razer Viper Ultimate Wireless Gaming MouseCHECK PRICE
With the Razer Viper Ultimate Wireless gaming mouse, you get full use of Razers new Focus+ optical sensor. This sensor offers up to 20,000 DPI, the highest on our list! The Viper provides ultimate precision with a 650 IPS rating making it the perfect choice for any elite gamer.
The standard that this mouse set is much higher than any other on our list, making it one of the best wireless gaming mouses available on the market at the moment. Perfect for long gaming sessions with a massive 70-hour battery life with a handy charging dock included.
Although the Viper has a great feel and weight, the buttons don’t feel as robust as the rest of the mouse. This is a little disheartening, especially when considering the high price range and all the fantastic tech that sits within this wireless gaming mouse. If you can get used to the flimsy feeling of the buttons, this mouse is the perfect choice giving stunning accuracy during gameplay and extreme battery life for longer sessions.
- Amazing accuracy
- Brilliant battery life
- Flimsy Buttons
Razer Cynosa V2 Gaming KeyboardCHECK PRICE
If you’re a beginner to the PC gaming world, the Razer Cynosa V2 wireless gaming keyboard is a perfect choice. Affordable and accessible giving new gamers a great introduction to gaming keyboards. The keyboard membrane isn’t as comfortable as the more expensive versions, but you receive just about what you would expect from a keyboard at this price.
The Cynosa V2 has full RGB lighting and a convenient game mode that helps prevent accidentally tabbing out of games. Media keys are discreet, and cable management is tidy and efficient. If you’re looking for a gaming keyboard under £50, the Cynosa is an excellent option.
There is a reason why membrane keyboards are cheap, and the Cynosa V2 is no different. Typing on this keyboard is okay but doesn’t quite match the speeds offered by more premium models that have been optimised for esports. The RGB lighting is harder to program than other keyboards available, but if you find that you’re coming to the end of your budget after spending most of your money on a high-tech PC, the Cynosa V2 is a great choice.
- Decent Price
- Game Mode settings and multiple profiles
- The RGB lighting is hard to configure
- Plain design
Logitech G Pro Gaming MouseCHECK PRICE
When it comes to the best wireless gaming mouse, the Logitech G Pro doesn’t have many peers. Featuring the massive 16000 DPI HERO sensor from Logitech and a latency-free experience you can rely on every occasion. At just over 80g, this mouse is extremely lightweight, but unlike other lightweight mice, the Logitech doesn’t feel cheap to hold thanks to the use of high-quality materials and high-quality performances.
Every aspect of the G Pro has been designed to be lightweight, including reduced thickness on the side of the chassis’ walls. This reduction has been made expertly with no compromised density or composition. Lightweight also doesn’t mean fragile, as this mouse can take a few bangs.
The battery life offers a good 40 hours making this mouse great for gaming sessions. The buttons are completely customisable, with side buttons able to be removed then replaces with smooth inserts. The Logitech G Pro gaming mouse can also be combined with the powerplay charging mat from Logitech that will continuously keep your mouse completely charged, meaning you won’t have to worry about running out mid-game.
The price may seem a little too much, but this mouse does a lot to justify it with the range of features and performances.
- Customisable buttons
Razer BlackWidow Lite Gaming KeyboardCHECK PRICE
If you’re looking for versatility, the Razer BlackWidow Lite is one of the best on our list. The minimal design offered from the tenkeyless configuration, quiet orange switches, and white lighting is stylish and contemporary. The original pitch of this keyboard was to bridge the gap between productivity applications and gaming, making this a multi-functional device perfect for work and leisure.
Razer is usually a little more expressive about their products, but it seems that the BlackWidow Lite goes under the radar, and it is a shame as this keyboard is great. Simple, straightforward, and pretty good in price.
One drawback for some users is that the BlackWidow Lite does squeak at initial use, there are rubber O-rings that can be installed to rectify this, but installation is a slow and frustrating process. There is the downside of not having a media bar for productivity users, but if that’s something you can live without, the BlackWidow Lite is a great choice to give you the edge in both gaming tournaments and navigating Microsoft Word.
- Great price point
- Compact and clever design
- No media bar included
- It doesn’t feature many useful extras
Razer Naga Pro Modular Wireless Gaming MouseCHECK PRICE
Razer’s Naga has come on leaps and bounds since the original introduction of this wireless gaming mouse. Both function and form have been developed to significant effect, making it now wealth worth the money it costs. This revisioned version of the Razer Nago Pro is small but comfortable, including a high-quality sensor with customisable thumb grips excellent for every user. These three grips offer different button layouts, making them perfect for MMO users, MOBAs and general use.
The MOBO insert of the Naga Pro features a six-button layout that sits in two separate rows. This gives enough buttons to configure multiple abilities, but not so many that the direction becomes a little messy.
The battery life of the Razer Naga Pro Modular Wireless Gaming Mouse has also been improved, but sadly a charging dock is not included in the price. The Naga Pro may seem a little on the small side if you have large hands, but the relaxed grip design makes it super comfortable for MMO users while still offering competitive control for lovers of shooters, MOBAs, and other active games.
- Customisable button layouts
- The charging dock is Compatible with Chroma
- The charging dock is not included
- Heavy compared to other options at this level
Logitech G915 Wireless Gaming KeyboardCHECK PRICE
Could the Logitech G915 be the future of gaming keyboards? Only time will tell, but the wireless abilities are promoting this very well. With headsets and mice, the freedom of wireless capabilities is becoming recognised as a severe piece of technology compared to the gimmick to add a little more to the price six-button.
The G915 is an ultra-thin, stylish gaming keyboard that uses either Bluetooth connectivity or a USB dongle. With some wireless devices, lag is expected, but with the G915, there is none of that. No signal drop working just as fast and responsive as a wired version would.
The G915 is striking and comfortable to use, thanks to the full RGB lighting and low-profile key switches. The only downside to this keyboard is the money. With all of this futuristic tech, it is no surprise that this wireless gaming keyboard is one of the most expensive on our list. Still, if you want a clean look to your desk with no cable maintenance needed whatsoever, the G915 could be a significant investment, with the scope to last a long time.
- Brilliant key switches
- Beautiful design
- No wrist rest included
Logitech G502 Lightspeed Wireless MouseCHECK PRICE
Just as everyone has come to expect with Logitech, the products they release only get better and better, and that is no different with the Logitech G502 Lightspeed Wireless Gaming Mouse. This updated version of the G502 has been given an enhanced sensor and wireless connectivity, allowing for premium performances with every use. This wireless version of the Lightspeed features a new Hero 16K optical sensor that provides reliable connectivity with latency-free experiences so good; you’ll think you had the wired version.
The battery life of the G502 Lightspeed also adds to the thought of having a wired version with a stunning battery life lasting 60 hours on a single charge. Suppose you are someone who forgets to charge their mouse, only to find out during an intense moment of gameplay. In that case, this mouse is compatible with charging mousepads available, allowing wireless charging during playtime.
Along with these features, you also get everything you would expect for a high-spec gaming mouse, such as sensitive tracking, 11 customisable controls allowing you to configure the perfect button layout for personalised gameplay. One great feature that is not found on many other competitor models is the adjustable weight. Starting at 114 grams, you can extend that to a bulky 130 grams if you prefer a more solid mouse.
- Adjustable weight
- Customisable buttons
- Lighting cannot be seen when the mouse is in use
Corsair K70 RGB TKL Champion Series Wireless KeyboardCHECK PRICE
For one of the best wireless gaming keyboards on the current market, we have the Corsair K70 RGB TKL Champion Series. Well, that’s if you’re looking to buy a tenkeyless or TKL version. This is the smaller counterpart in the K70 series and has a few of all the features found in the Mk. 2, including Cherry MX keys, robust software, and a stunning design. Lighting patterns can be customised and attached to different profiles giving you a different light scheme for each game you play. The system is versatile, perfect for gamers with the ability to reprogram every key available.
As with all Corsair keyboards in the K70 range, it is pretty expensive, but it can be justified with all the features and performances of this keyboard. Discreet media keys are great but are a little harder to use on this more compact edition. Apart from the media keys, this is a stunning keyboard that would be a welcome addition to anyone’s PC setup.
- Convenient tournament controls
- Beautiful design
- Steep learning curve to adapt to controls
Corsair Harpoon RGB Wireless MouseCHECK PRICE
The world of wireless freedom for PC gamers has always been exclusively for those with more oversized pockets, with wireless technology considered a gimmick on the cheaper variants. The Corsair Harpoon RGB Wireless Gaming Mouse is here to change that. For around $50, you will get a wireless mouse that can compete with the top contenders.
Performance-wise this gaming mouse is a perfect choice, mainly due to the wired capabilities allowing you to both charge and play at the same time, meaning you will never lose those crucial hours of play with friends or competitively. When connected, the mouse uses a 2.4 GHz Slipstream wireless connection designed to give 1ms input latency to take your gaming to the next level.
Inside the mouse is a PixArt PMW3325 optical sensor designed for accuracy delivering a sensitivity of up to 10000 DPI. There are the standard six buttons that gamers have come to know and love with their mice.
One downside to a wireless gaming mouse is the need to recharge. Still, with the Corsair Harpoon, this is not a worry, with 45 hours continuous use offered from a single charge and a further 60 hours when using Bluetooth connectivity. The use of RGB lights will cut this battery life down to around 30/40 hours.
- Bluetooth and Wireless connectivity options
- RGB customisable lights
- It could be uncomfortable for larger hands
- Some users noticed lag
HyperX Alloy Origins 60 Wireless KeyboardCHECK PRICE
For some users, size matters, but the HyperX Alloy Origins 60, shows that it really doesn’t. This keyboard is 60% of the standard size you would find, not including a function row or a number pad. If you’re open to learning a few keyboard shortcuts, this could be the perfect choice for gaming.
Having fewer keys to toy around with gives a more direct approach to your gaming, plus the compact size of this keyboard will save you lots of desk space. Additionally, the HyperX Alloy Origins 60 offers comfortable key switches and a full spectrum of RGB lighting.
It has to be said that if you’re not already in the market for a mini keyboard, you probably won’t even consider the HyperX Alloy Origins 60. With many buttons missing for touch typists, key switches are also a little louder than first expected, but this becomes the norm. As mini keyboards go, this is one of the best gaming keyboards available.
- Stylish design
- Cool RGB lighting
- Not catered for productivity
- Keys are a little loud
Logitech G903 Wireless Gaming MouseCHECK PRICE
With its high-speed and stable wireless technology (as well as its outstanding PWM3366 sensor), Logitech’s G900 was the best-selling wireless gaming mouse of last year. Despite being the same mouse, the G903 now comes with several additional features with new switches rated for 50 million clicks rather than 20 million with wireless charging through Logitech’s PowerPlay mouse pad.
With ambidextrous capability, you can add or remove thumb buttons on either side, making it much more comfortable than most other options on the market. By using the button behind the scroll wheel, you can choose whether the wheel spins rigidly or freely. Though it appears to be a rather aggressive-looking mouse, it’s actually extremely comfortable and light. Adding the included 10-gram weight will make the mouse heavier.
You would get the most of this mouse by combining it with a charging mouse mat. This means no more plugging in, docking, or changing the battery on this mouse as your wireless device will charge while moving across the pad.
- Stunning performances
- The build quality is solid
- Ambidextrous design isn’t always the most comfortable.
Roccat Vulcan Aimo 121 Wireless KeyboardCHECK PRICE
Have you ever been complimented on your keyboard? No, I didn’t think so, but with the stylish design of the Roccat Vulcan Aimo 121 Wireless Keyboard, you’ll have swarms of people trying to get a quick glimpse. The Vulcan Aimo 121 has a new back casing with subtle hints from a grain design. On top of the board, you will find translucent key switches that are brightly coloured with ultra-thin black keycaps. Set your Roccat keyboard up with rainbow colours to dazzle and amaze your colleagues in the office or your friends who game with you.
You cannot buy a keyboard based on the looks, no matter how beautiful the keyboard is, and the Vulcan Aimo 121 packs a few added extras. The typing experience is extremely comfortable and fast, while its performances in-game are some of the best we have seen. You can create different profiles for different games, attaching lighting settings and button configurations to each, plus you can switch music with ease using the discrete media buttons.
- Stunning performances
- Beautiful design
- Incomplete media functions
- Some software issues
Razer Basilisk Ultimate Wireless Gaming MouseCHECK PRICE
For an ergonomic design that offers more comfort than ever before, there is no better choice than the Razer Basilisk Ultimate Wireless Gaming Mouse. One of the most comfortable mice on the market, perfectly sculpted for right-hand gamers. An arc has been cut into the left side of the chassis, perfect to rest your thumb, with your ring and pinky finger hanging off the side at a gentle slope. There is a paddle-like clutch button optimised as a DPI toggle or sniper button.
Not only comfortable, but the Basilisk Ultimate Wireless Gaming Mouse is also very accurate thanks to the Focus+ Sensor and Razer’s optical mouse switches. These switches feel smooth and responsive, with much better performances than that of a usual gaming mouse.
The lights are vibrant and striking, with lots of customisation options. RGB lights not only sit under the scroll wheel and the logo of the mouse but along the side strips, creating a premium look.
- Amazing battery life
- Supreme accuracy
- DPI paddle is a little short for some users
Logitech G915 TKL Wireless Keyboard
If you’re looking for a tenkeyless keyboard and already are a Logitech fan, the G915 TKL wireless keyboard will be a great investment. Like the full-sized version of the G915, this keyboard is stylish in its design with an expensive peripheral. This is one of the only wireless mechanical keyboards available on the market, so if you want to rid yourself of any wire management and free up as much desk space as possible, this could be the model for you.
As you would get with other Logitech keyboards, the G915 TKL has individual key switches, a durable design, and intuitive software. The media keys are still discreet and thin,six-button with raised keycaps and vibrant RGB lighting. Although the Logitech G915 TKL wireless keyboard is almost double the price of wired models in the same range, it is arguable that the price is justified, especially if you want to take advantage of the convenience wireless devices offer.
- Discrete media keys
- Compact design
- No rest for wrist placement
When it comes to getting a new mouse or keyboard to level up your gaming experience there is no better choice than going wireless. You will receive all the freedom that comes with any kind of wireless technology without the pains that come with cable management. There has never been a better time to get a wireless gaming mouse and keyboard with performances improving such as latency, connection, and battery life.
If you’re looking for a cheap bundle, your best option will be the Corsair Harpoon RGB Wireless Gaming Mouse and the Razer Cynosa V2 wireless gaming keyboard. The combination of these two products is the perfect choice for entry-level OC gamers who are beginning to take their first steps into online gaming and don’t want to spend lots of money to find it is not their thing.
On the other side of things, comprehensive users with tons of experience in PC gaming could benefit from the high-quality performances given by the Corsair K70 Mk.2 Wireless Gaming Keyboard and the Razer Basilisk Ultimate Wireless Gaming Mouse. These two devices will set you back a considerable amount, but the performances that you will receive will improve your gaming, giving you the edge against your competition.
Overall there is something for everyone, with beginners and experts all able to enjoy the perks wireless devices can bring.