Mouse selection is a key component for work, gaming and even your health depending on what you are doing and where you are working. We have done the research and curated the best mouse for work, gaming and those with ergonomic needs.
The first mouse, that I personally use all the time is the Logitech Anywhere MX3 witch is a laser sensor mouse that works on any surface even glass and fabric. The mouse is smaller than comparable mice but its easy for travel and switching from device to device with two Bluetooth bands and a USB dongle.
At the top of our list for best gaming mouse came between the Razer Basilisk V3 and the Logitech G Pro X. These are both top level gaming mice however selecting a mouse for gaming is going to involve some personal preference. It also comes down to wired or wireless. I personally am set up to only use a wireless mouse because my tower is too far from my desktop and monitor set up. Some may argue that there is lag associated with the wireless transition of data. I personally am not gaming at a level where the lag of a wireless mouse is going to effect my gameplay, which with the Logitech G Pro is only 4.5ms (found here).
Anyone looking to have a wired gaming mouse should go with the Razer Basilisk V3. It is hands down the best most customizable gaming mouse featuring 26,000 DPI and 11 hotkey programable buttons, pre-mapped with the software for big titles, it is an easy choice. In the wireless mouse department I would go with the Logitech G Pro X. It fits the hand nicely and is super lightweight for fast-twitch response and falls just short with 25,600 DPI. One thing to note is there are only 5 buttons on the Logitech G Pro mouse so if you are looking for hotkey availability you can spend a little more and get a wireless Basilisk.