PC Gamers are serious about their gaming peripherals. One needs their gaming rodent to be responsive, in addition to lots of customization options. One problem that plagues even the most advanced gaming peripheral is the annoying cord that can sometimes get in the way, forcing players to re-adjust their hands, which in the heat of battle can cost their virtual life.
Sure, you can use a cordless mouse, but many of them are heavy and can introduce timing delays and other lag. There are cordless gaming mice that try to eliminate this delay, but they can be rather expensive, and there are only a few to choose from.
The best way to deal with this problem with your favorite corded mouse is to get a good mouse cord bungee. A simple device such as this can keep your mouse’s cable stationary, which keeps it out of the way to reduce drag so you can continue fragging. Sometimes these bungee devices can get in the way by not providing enough (or too much) slack, causing your shortened cable to push your mouse around.