Best Pink Gaming Mouse | Top 5 for 2020

It seems like 99% of gaming mice are black or some shade of grey. Colorful gaming mice are pretty hard to come by but you can definitely find them if you look hard enough. On this page, I’ll be reviewing what I think are the 5 best pink gaming mice currently on the market. I have only included mice from top brands; Razer, BenQ, and Mionix.

There are a few key factors to consider when buying a gaming mouse, the shape, the design, and the functionality. The most important factor is the shape and size of the mouse, the other aspects are pointless if you’re not comfortable while using it! You should consider your hand size and grip style in order to determine which mouse will fit your hand best.

1. Razer Basilisk

  • DPI: 16,000
  • Side buttons: 3
  • Sensor: Optical
  • Lighting: RGB
  • Dimensions: 124mm / 75mm / 43mm
  • Weight: 107g

Razer have been making amazing gaming peripherals for a long time and the Basilisk is no exception. The Razer Basilisk is a powerful FPS gaming mouse with an ergonomic shape and a few unique features. Razer have always released their mice with a few color schemes, the Basilisk is available in Classic Black, Quartz Pink or Mercury White.

It’s a medium-sized mouse and weighs just under 110 grams which is similar to a lot of Razer mice. The rubberized thumb grip is great for both comfort and performance, the grip makes it easy to execute lift-off movements. There’s full RGB backlighting in two locations, the scroll wheel, and the Razer logo. You can actually adjust the scroll wheel resistance using a dial at the bottom of the mouse.

The Basilisk has 5 additional buttons with 3 on the side and two on the top. The furthest side button is removable and the mouse comes with three different buttons to choose from. You can adjust your DPI on the fly using the two DPI buttons below the scroll wheel. Above the thumb grip there are two more side buttons that can be bound to whatever you like using the Razer Synapse software.

You won’t have to worry about any sensor issues when using this mouse thanks to the Razer 5G optical sensor. The DPI can be adjusted from 100 to 16,000 in steps of 50 and you can save all of the settings on-board the mouse itself.

Key features:

  • 3 colors to choose from: Classic Black, Quartz Pink, and Mercury White
  • Modular side button with 3 replacement buttons to experiment with
  • Adjustable scroll wheel resistance


  • DPI: 3200
  • Side buttons: 2
  • Sensor: Optical
  • Lighting: None
  • Dimensions: 120mm / 64mm / 40mm
  • Weight: 90g

ZOWIE mice are extremely popular amongst FPS players and are used by multiple pros. The EC2-B has an amazing sensor, two side buttons, an ergonomic shape and weighs under 100g. I’m a big fan of the pink version of this mouse, the glossy plastic and the white buttons look super cool.

BenQ have equipped this mouse with a 3360 sensor that is used and approved by tournament level players all around the world. You have 4 DPI levels to choose from, 400, 800, 1600 and 3200. You won’t have install and drivers for the EC2-B making it a great plug and play mouse. There are only two additional buttons which are the two side buttons above where your thumb would be.

My favorite thing about the ZOWIE EC2-B is the minimalist design. No fancy RGB lighting, two extra buttons, and minimal branding. A lot of gaming mice have over the top designs, the EC2-B is a nice change.

Key features:

  • Pink glossy shell
  • Popular amongst FPS pros
  • Minimalist design

3. Razer D.VA Abyssus Elite

  • DPI: 7200
  • Side buttons: None
  • Sensor: Optical
  • Lighting: RGB
  • Dimensions: 115mm / 63mm / 37mm
  • Weight: 83g

Razer and Blizzard partnered up to make an Overwatch themed version of the Razer Abyssus, one of Razer’s best selling mice. As the name suggests, the D.VA Abyssus Elite is inspired by the Overwatch character, D.VA. It’s a relatively small mouse and weighs 83g, this makes it the lightest gaming mouse on this list.

The mouse has an ambidextrous shape making it suitable for both left and right-handed gamers. There are no extra buttons which could be a turn off for some people, you could always rebind the scroll click button to help with this. The high-quality optical sensor can be adjusted in steps of 100 DPI which can go as high as 7200 DPI.

Razer have done something different with the lighting on this mouse. The bottom of the mouse has an RGB lighting strip around the edges, this lights up the mouse from below resulting in a pretty cool effect. You can adjust all of the lighting and mouse settings using the Razer Synapse software.

Key features:

  • Small and lightweight
  • Relatively cheap
  • Simple design and layout
  • No side buttons

4. Razer Lancehead TE

  • DPI: 16,000
  • Side buttons: 2 on both sides
  • Sensor: Optical
  • Lighting: RGB
  • Dimensions: 117mm / 71mm / 38mm
  • Weight: 104g

The Lancehead Tournament Edition is another ambidextrous gaming mouse from Razer. Much like the Basilisk, the Lancehead is available in 3 colors, Classic Black, Mercury White, and Quartz Pink. It’s a medium to large-sized mouse and weighs just under 110g, this is quite heavy for an FPS mouse.

The mouse is equipped with what Razer claims to be the world’s most advanced optical gaming sensor. You can adjust the DPI in steps of 50 which can go as low as 100 and as high as 16,000. Razer have put 2 side buttons on both sides of the mouse to complement the ambidextrous design, you’ll also find two DPI buttons just below the scroll wheel. Both of the primary click buttons are built with mechanical switches that have an impressive 50 million click lifespan.

You can use the Razer Synapse software to adjust all of the usual mouse settings and profiles. This is also where you can customize the RGB lighting, the Lancehead has RGB lighting in 4 locations, the left and right side, the scroll wheel and the Razer logo.

Key features:

  • 3 colors to choose from: Classic Black, Quartz Pink, and Mercury White
  • RGB lighting in 4 locations
  • Ambidextrous shape with side buttons on both sides

5. Mionix Castor Frosting

  • DPI: 5000
  • Side buttons: 2
  • Sensor: Optical
  • Lighting: None
  • Dimensions: 125mm / 64mm / 36mm
  • Weight: 90g

I think It’s safe to say that the Mionix Castor Frosting is the pinkest mouse on this list. Mionix is a smaller brand than the others but they still make great products. This particular mouse has received a ton of rewards from many reputable gaming sites and companies.

There are 3 extra buttons on the mouse, two side buttons and a DPI button below the scroll wheel. You won’t have to worry about any tracking issues thanks to the renowned PMW-3310 sensor, it’s a 5000 DPI sensor that can be adjusted in steps of 50. You can use the Mionix HUB to adjust all of the usual mouse settings.

The mouse has an ergonomic shape with a right-hand form factor. The left side is textured to improve grip and the right side has comfort groves for your pinky and ring fingers. There’s no lighting on the mouse but I personally think lighting would interfere with the design.

Key features:

  • The pinkest mouse I’ve ever seen
  • Relatively cheap
  • Simple design with a high-quality sensor

Summary – Best Pink Gaming Mice

I hope this page has helped you find the right pink gaming mouse for you. There are not many pink gaming mice on the market and I’ve tried my best to only include high-quality products. Any of the mice on this list would be a good choice, it’s up to you to determine which one would suit you best.

Thanks for reading : – )

What to consider when choosing a gaming mouse

Mouse shape and grip style

A mouse is only good if you find it comfortable. While all mice aim to have an ergonomic shape, it’s not possible for a mouse to be perfect for everyone. You have to consider the size of your hands as well as how you grip the mouse itself. Having a comfortable grip on the mouse is important for both casual and pro gaming.

There are three main grip styles that people use: palm, claw, and fingertip. You should try and work out which grip style you are using and go from there. A lot of mice will say which grip styles they are built for in their specs.

Once you know what grip style you use you can start to consider the shape and size of a mouse before buying it. For example, it’s easier to use a fingertip grip on a small mouse rather than a large one. If you’re left-handed then you might want to look for an ambidextrous mouse.

Extra buttons

There are gaming mice with no extra buttons and there are gaming mice with 12+ extra buttons. Some games require a lot more buttons than others, World of Warcraft for example. Some people say that extra buttons just get in the way. Think about what kind of games you’re going to play and how many buttons are really necessary.

Build quality and price

You want a mouse that is going to last a long time. All of the mice on this list are well built and this shouldn’t be an issue. 90% of the time the more you spend the higher quality the product will be. This doesn’t mean that cheaper gaming mice are not good mice, there’s no need to overspend if you don’t feel like it.