Big hands can come with a lot of drawbacks.
You constantly hit 2 keys on touch screens, it’s hard to find gloves the right size and we won’t even go into finding bowling balls your fingers can fit in.
Also, when it comes to gaming you can get stuck with problems too.
Finding a gaming mouse that suits big hands can be challenging.
We feel you.
So below we have tried to give you the most useful information possible to find the best gaming mouse for big hands.
Be sure to check out our sortable table which you can sort the top and most popular gaming mice available by length, width, height to help narrow down the choices for your mitts!
Sort large Gaming Mice by Size
A note about this list.
We have only included large gaming mice with 4 stars or above as we think anything with lower ratings will likely be a waste of your money.
Our choices for the best gaming mouse for big hands.
I actually have this mouse and it is extremely comfortable.
Probably what makes it one of the most comfortable mice I’ve used is the finger rest which is neatly built into the mouse.
Where most other mice will leave your index finger to hang over the edge of the mouse with no support the Utech Venus has an index finger rest/groove which makes this much more comfortable but obviously adds a considerable amount of bulk to the mouse.
I have reasonably size hands (not massive -though I am able to palm a basketball) and it is easy for me to fit is palm grip on this mouse.
I have a lot of other mice and while it has good length, it is definitely the widest of them all, and the includes mice such as the proteus spectrum, Perixx MX300, Redragon Centrophorus, and the Technet Hypertrak.
As far as specs go, although it has a run of the mill sensor (omron), it has high dpi (16400), and customizations available with color, profiles (5) and is actually a pretty high-quality mouse for its price.
The Riotoro Uruz Z5 measured in at 2.76 x 5.51 x 1.38 inches.
Although there is not much to report on this mouse there is one factor that does set this mouse apart from its peers at this price range and that is the fact that it comes with software. (Well, you can download the software so doesn’t ‘come’ with the software per se)
Not all gaming mice in this price bracket have that option and it really opens up a whole lot of customizations options that you otherwise wouldn’t have.
For example, you are able to create 5 different profiles and switch between those profiles when you are switching between games, or classes and what not.
The customization options run fairly deep with polling rate, double-click speed and a huge array of color options all able to be changed to your liking.
This mouse, however, is not a high-end mouse.
If you are looking for high-end specs and performance for serious gaming, it will not likely be your first choice, however, if you just want something that does the job with a good amount of customization options and is LARGE, then it might be worth considering.
The Logitech g502 is renowned as one of the best gaming mice available with a whole lot of positive feedback and happy customers (including me).
It has also been through a few upgrades with the Proteus spectrum upgrading the color options and then the Hero which updated the already excellent sensor along with extra profile options.
Really, there is not a lot wrong with this mouse other than perhaps some have issues with the middle mouse button (as its metal) and the fact that it is not wireless.
The mouse is about as high spec as it comes.
The sensor, whether it’s the hero or the core/spectrum is still top of the line.
The mouse has high dpi and plenty of buttons customizations, but this also comes with Logitech’s excellent software which is as good as it gets.
Nearly everything on this mouse is customizable.
To be fair, you have to really try hard to find something wrong with this mouse, and although it may not be the biggest mouse on the market, it is still up there and if you want a mix between size and quality it might just be your best bet.
Again it is hard to go past Logitech and in this case, we have chosen the g900 because it is a wireless mouse and if you are looking for thebest wireless mouse for large handsthis is probably it.
The g602 measures in at 5.12 x 2.64 x 1.57 inches and while it is not the largest wireless it would likely best the mix of largest with the best quality.
The Logitech g900 is one of the largest wireless gaming mice, however, the difference in technology and quality compared to others is large.
The mouse is as high spec as the Proteus and it is still a quality built piece of hardware and also comes with Logitech’s software which is one of, if not, the best on the market.
Not only does the mouse have a battery indicator to let you know when the mouse is nearing the end of its runtime, but it also has a switch to change between endurance and performance mode, giving you another level of control over how long the mouse might last on its charge.
It is one of the widest gaming mice with a reasonable rating and measures 5.00(L) X 3.27(W) X 1.50(H) in.
It’s a great FPS mouse for people with large hands as it has a sniper button in a nice cozy place where your thumb rest.
The design actually gives your place a thumb to rest too, much like the UtechSmart Venus 50 does for your little finger (it might be nice to get both!)
As far as specs go it is not too bad with 8000 dpi, 30g acceleration, and 8 programmable buttons.
This mouse does come with a few features many other mice don’t have such as the ability to adjust the palm rest for better comfort and weight adjustments.
Some describe this as a very similar to MadCatz gaming mice.
To reiterate our first point, we put this on our list because it’s not the g900 or g502 and is probably the widest mouse with the best quality.
Gaming Mouse Buyers Guide for People with Big Hands
Big hands and left handed?
If you are a left-handed gamer with large hands, things may get a little difficult for you to find the optimal mouse.
Unfortunately, there are very few dedicated left handed gaming mice so if that’s the only kind of mouse you want to use, you might have to settle for the size those mice come in, given they do not make different size mice.
Not all is lost however, there are a number of ambidextrous mice that are high quality and should probably adequately (or close) suit your needs.
What kind of games are you playing?
What kind of game you play should probably be a consideration when choosing a mouse, even for people with large hands.
For example, most FPS do not need a lot of buttons but rather specific buttons such as sniper button, and ‘high/low’ dpi adjustment buttons.
Often the amount of buttons on a mmo mouse would be somewhat superfluous to a fps player.
Do you need to pay more for features you don’t need?
There is big and there is good
In our sortable table section we have collated nearly all gaming mice that have a rating of 4 stars and over, generally because anything less is probably not going to be worth anyone’s time.
While we preview some mice below, it’s important to consider your needs.
A $15 dollar gaming mouse may not suit your needs even though it might be larger than many others, so if none of the mice we preview below, be sure to have a look through the sortable table yourself to find something that does suit.
Trackball Gaming Mice
However, if you don’t have a problem with trackball mice, then they could be worth a look. Reason being, they are very large mice
Many are considerably larger your standard ‘gaming’ mice.
Best Gaming Mouse for big hands Summary
Ultimately, with our sortable table you will be able to find which mouse meets your desired quality/size/prize/specs however if we would have to suggest that the Logitech g502 or g900 are going to be your best bet.
It’s a little cliche and you have probably read many reviews stating these are the best mice, but ultimately they are are, even for people with big hands.
Though the mice are not the largest, they are still in the upper echelon of size, and as far as quality and specs go, they really can’t be beaten.
The price range might not be for everyone and if not, there are a number of other large and very affordable gaming mice that might suit.
Hopefully we have given you something to think about.
Feel free to leave any comments or questions you may have below we would love to hear from you!.