Corsair is one of the leading names in the gaming industry. Founded in 1994 in California, Corsair’s peripherals are the food to a gamer’s soul. It has brought several significant innovations, ultra-efficient power-saving system components and continues to dazzle onlookers with its fast PC gaming developments. Corsair faces stiff competition from Logitech and Razer but has succeeded in staying intact through the years. Corsair has given birth to some of the best computer gaming peripherals, including mice. Its gaming mouse collection is worthwhile and we are going to tell you about some of the best of them.
1. Harpoon RGB Wireless
What’s better than a good quality wireless pocket-friendly mouse? Harpoon RGB has it all, while also being ergonomic. The DPI range of 200-10,000 and 6 programmable buttons make it super powerful. It is versatile in the sense that it can be connected with and without wire through USB and Bluetooth. The Corsair iCUE software support allows you to customize the RGB, DPI sensitivity, and mapping of buttons. It has PixArt PMW3325, Optical (LED) sensors, and a battery life of 60 hours. The negative aspects include that the DPI is not easily adjustable and comes in a very basic design.
2. Ironclaw RGB
The Iron RGB comes with a DPI range of 100-18,000 and is optical. While being a wired mouse, it is greatly comfortable for big hands and is among the best FPS mice in the market. It has an ergonomic design and has PixArt PMW3391, Optical (LED) sensors. All 7 programmable buttons are fitted with Omron switches. Ironclaw RGB is lightweight and extremely accurate. It is here to make your gaming experience phenomenal. On the off-side, it is not very well-suited for small hands and may seem heavy & thick.
3. M65 RGB Elite
With a DPI count of 18,000 maximum and USB interface, comes our next Corsair mouse, M65 RGB Elite. It has PixArt PMW3391, Optical (LED) sensors, and is also an FPS suitable mouse. It is ergonomic and has 8 functional buttons. It is very lightweight and long-lasting, quite attractive for your long night gaming sessions. However, it is not very good with flick shots and is a little tedious.
4. Corsair Scimitar Pro RGB
USB wired interface and 16, 000 DPI enabled Corsair Scimitar Pro RGB comes with a specialized design for MMO games. It has 17 functional buttons (grand, right?) and is fairly affordable. Although it is not very comfy for larger hands, it has an ergonomic design. Its accuracy and adjustability are what make it so attractive.
5. Corsair Dark Core RGB Pro
Corsair Dark Core RGB Pro comes with the fastest response time and utmost accuracy. It is wireless, having 50 hours battery life and up to 18,000 DPI. With PixArt PAW3392 optical sensor and unique design, it comes with convenient USB connectivity and 8 programmable buttons. One of the cons of this mouse is that it has only limited customizability. It also comes with iCUE software support and would make you fall in love with gaming all over again.
6. Corsair KATAR
Another wireless gem from Corsair is KATAR with a DPI range of 200-10,000. It is ergonomically designed, both Bluetooth and USB compatible, and has 135 hours of AA battery life. Impressive, isn’t it? It has limited onboard memory and may seem slow, but its amazing Bluetooth connectivity and special power-saving mode help it break through. There are 6 programmable buttons and the design is rather plain and ergonomic. It is a pretty catch all-in-all.
Even though Corsair’s mice seem similar, they are highly distinguishable from the usage point-of-view. For me, Harpoon RGB Wireless and Corsair Scimitar Pro RGB would be the best Corsair mice. The comfortable designs and reasonable details are the best takeaways.