go for weight and shape over sensor since most modern high end mice have either the same sensor or minor differences in quality. do still research the sensor to see if it has acceleration or smoothing though.
too many options ...
Shape ( ambi or ergo , flat or high profile ) ?
Sensor ? ( to be fair , pmw 3325/7 , 3330 , 3360 ( and variants ) , 3389 ( and variants ) , Mercury , Hero ... all are Top ! )
Soft or harder Clicks ?
wired or wireless ?
if wired , flexible cable or wayne ?
Clicklatency ? ( ok low as available ;) )
Nixeus Revel , Revel Fit
Ninox Astrum ;)
Cougar Revenger S , Minos X5
Dreammachines DM1 FPS
Zowie , Logitech , Razer , Steelseries , Roccat , Corsair , Asus , Thermaltake ( Tt E-sports Ventus X optical ;) , great EC1 Shaped mice with ALPS Encoder )
Zowie is life. Go to a store and try them out to see witch one fits you perfectly. If you want a wireless one go with Logitech.
buy mibr themed house 😎😎😎😎😎
Large hands = ec1-b
small hands = ec2-b
G-403 Wireless is amazing
Just make sure it has a "perfect sensor" (google for a list mby), everything else is purely preference.
1 thing i can say is that g502 is pretty overrated imo, there's too high of a chance you get one that has some common issues (too many to list), it's not as smooth on mouse pad as my other mice, i don't get the appeal of alien shaped mice etc. Normal scroll feels shit and the infinite scroll option is some gimmicky bs that has little to no use. All preference tho)))))
Just buy fuhlen L102 :) g.o.a.t
dont buy steelseries or razer, they dont have the best build quality you can get for that kind of money
Look up decent sensors and then look for a mouse design which suits you (shape, size and weight)
steelseries rival. It has feature that it jump without even doing anything, very next gen tech. 200IQ AI I think