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2/28/2013 11:22:22 AM
Landen from Edmonton writes:
- Very nice looking and very smooth scrolling
- Metal base causes static, terrible terrible software, broke in under 2 week, there customer service is horrible 3 weks and still no email contact :(
- The mouse for day to day use is amazing but i purchased it for all the thumb buttons but its so hard to map them with the software....software is literally so bad corsair employees have made youtube videos to actually explain how it works cuz most people cant figure it out...i didnt fund it that hard just really poorly designed. I only actually owned this mouse for 2 weeks before i started getting issues i did everything the websites and forums said but it was no use and i had to return it.
Great movement, so-so buttons
2/24/2013 3:25:35 PM
Sean E from Calgary writes:
- very smooth movement due to gigantic pads on bottom. metal base. comfortable fit. sniper button remapped to large thumb button is very comfortable. nice textured surface on right side making it easy to grip when lifting.
- main right/left buttons aren't hairpin sensitive. thumb buttons are very poor quality and very squishy.
- It has great, smooth & accurate movement. Average mouse for an average price. Worse buttons than my rat 7 that died. better movement than the rat 7. meant for a claw grip.
Great build, mushy thumb buttons
2/15/2013 8:53:01 PM
Trevor from Edmonton writes:
- The build quality is top notch and software is easy to use with many settings to choose from. You can make multiple game profiles and have multiple button combinations. Profiles are saved on the mouse :)
- Thumb buttons are hard to press and feel a bit "mushy". Not all thumb buttons are easily accessible. The dpi buttons up by the main mouse button are hard to access and also hard to press.
- Great mouse overall. A bit heavy for a claw gamer. 15 buttons to play with.
2/8/2013 11:36:53 AM
James from Winnipeg writes:
- Build Quality, Texture, Precision
- May be too heavy for some, but it was perfect for me.
- Best mouse. Better than my old Deathadder and my brothers Sensei.
Favourite mouse ever purchased
1/30/2013 12:34:44 PM
Justin S from Calgary writes:
- - Lovely weight
- Attractive design
- Very comfortable/responsive clicks & scroll wheel
- Programmable DPI's
- MMO buttons are laid out nicely to differentiate offensive/defensive skill casting
- Nice matte finish gives a non-sticky feel for extended gameplay
- Software works 90% as intended, will cover more detail soon
- - LED lights for profiles does not work
- 3 buttons will always do what their function is, regardless of reworking the hotkeys: DPI up/down and the sniper button. EX) You hotkey "3" to your sniper key, whenever you press your sniper key it WILL press "3" but it will also slow down your DPI as long as you hold it, thus the sniper function
- Software is a bit of a pain to use, but once you got it down you will have 0 issues
- MMO buttons near the rear of the mouse are a bit odd to reach for
- The Corsair M90 is probably my most favourite mouse that I've ever owned out of the following:
Razer Naga, Razer Orochi, Logitech G300, Logitech MX Performance, Steelseries Kana, Cyborg RAT7
It has the perfect balance of weight, shape and response. All in all it is a very good mouse and great bang for your buck. It's great if you have to time to tinker with it, to feel it out, if not this isn't the mouse for you. It does not get sticky or stained to my experience and does not crust up either.
Turned out pretty good
12/12/2012 7:26:53 PM
John K from Winnipeg writes:
- I have owned this mouse for a year now. As in previous review:
Sniper feature can work on any button.
- Software was a pain to get working.
No included software (must download) or manual (must download).
Side buttons will only work through key mapping.
- I don't get people who complain about having a mouse with a metal chassis that shocks them. News Flash, the mouse is not shocking you, you are shocking it. Do something about the fact that you have your computer set up in a location with a static problem.
As for this mouse, everything is great about it except the software. They finally came out with a driver, manual, and a firmware version that works. The side buttons are great. Note the empty spot for your thumb.
12/12/2012 9:20:48 AM
sebastien mailhot from canada writes:
- perfect traking
nice DPI range
tons of setting via software
- non-friendly software
- seriously the best mouse ever made for me ive got a razer naga and i wont ever use it again. never got a single problem with the mouse. at first the software is a bit hard to understand but once you get it it works like a charm
9/21/2012 6:21:33 AM
Emmott Kelsey from Edmonton writes:
- Very comfortable to hold and use, it has a very low centre of gravity and slides well without any 'wobbling'.
- Software UI feels dated, could use some streamlining
- For my first gaming mouse I like it. Plenty of buttons.
Static shock from metal base
3/19/2012 2:12:49 PM
Anri from Edmonton writes:
- Metal base discharges static shock every once in a while (few times per hour). Looks like it is common issue for this mouse.
Read comments here:
Even worse - sometimes after that mouse freezes and you have to unplug/plug it again.
- I currently own Microsoft Sidewinder X8 and totally love that mouse because of vertical layout of thumb buttons. Too bad it is discontinued.
However, decided to give M90 a try due to some good reviews.
Funny enough... I would recommend that mouse, but strongly advise to purchase IPR due to the static shock issue.
2/23/2012 9:45:14 AM
Jerry from Edmonton writes:
- Nice weight.
Very smooth glide and tracking.
- Software simply does not work.
The placement of the thumb buttons are in difficult spots for natural press comfort.
- This mouse did not work for any game I tried it on. Even after insuring software was installed in admin mode, no games or software would recognize any of the customizable buttons.
The software interface itself was very unprofessionally done looked as if they hired a grade 6 computer science class to develop it.
The positioning of the side thumb buttons at first looked ingenious, however in actual implementation they are a nightmare, to the point of near painful discomfort.