Gaming mouse sensors are a lot more accurate and responsive than regular mice. They also come with a lot more features to assist you with your gaming, including extra buttons and customisable settings like smoothing and acceleration.
As recently as a few years ago the answer would have been no, but wireless technology has come a long way since and wireless gaming mice show little to no difference in latency and performance thanks to wireless 2.4 GHz connections.
The first priority is always to look for an accurate sensor. Beyond that, think about the genres of games you play frequently, the size of your hands, your preferred shape and features, and even your grip style. If you have a good idea of these factors then it becomes easier to lock down on the kind of mouse you want.
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