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Poor mechanical design and quality. Never purchasing Corsair mouse again.
Orcinus from Edmonton, AB writes:
- Nice-looking cord with braided fabric cover (but still too stiff), RGB LED lighting, if you're into that sort of thing. Large anti-friction pads.
- The overall construction quality is very poor, made of thin, cheap plastic all around. The scroll wheel's axle broke less than 4 months after purchase because it was so thin and only supported on one side. I had to machine a new axle from brass to repair it. 7-8 months in, and the scroll wheel started randomly inverted behavior, scrolling up instead of down and vise versa, and would scroll instead of middle-clicking. The software is TERRIBLE! Corsair can't write decent software, period.
- I expected so much more from a company with a reputation like Corsair's, but this product has completely let me down. Logitech makes much more solid and reliable mice, 25+ years of use with their products has proven this to me. I will not be purchasing Corsair peripherals in the future. The software is, in a word or three, completely, utterly terrible, not just for the mouse, but their keyboard software as well (specifically for the Vengeance K95 white LED). Junk junk junk.
Simple and good value, software has issues
Kevin from Richmond writes:
- Great Value, got mine on Sale Wide, good for people with bigger hands Adjust sensitivity with 2 buttons instead of having to cycle through the presets, there's an LED indicator that lets you know the current level
- Scroll wheel is rather rigid, no scroll unlock? Scroll wheel click is slightly awkward "Brightness settings" = 100% or 0% nothing in between. Corsair Utility Engine has issues updating firmware
- Corsair Utility Engine: says there's a firmware update but every time I try to update to the latest version it gets to 3% then says malfunction and gives up. I've read up online and this is apparently quite a common issue. Other than that this is a solid mouse.
Evo from Edmonton writes:
- Light weight, moves around my mouse pad effortlessly. Full customization In terms of lighting and easy to use software. I looked at more expensive models but settled for this and I am not disappointed. DPI settings can be adjusted to your liking all the way up to 10K.
- None to me
- Good gaming mouse, good price. Well done Corsair
Very good mouse
K from Calgary writes:
- Definitely the lightest mouse that I have used and I like it (as compared to my Razer Imperator 2012). The mouse currently available is actually the new 10000 dpi version. The Corsair management software allows for changing the lift-off distance (3-levels). Very easy to customize lighting regions independently.
- Due to the shape of the front of the mouse, my middle finger goes just a little past the edge of the right mouse button. Probably won't be an issue if you don't have large hands.
- For the price of this mouse, it's definitely one of the best for under $80.