Corsair Dark Core RGB Wired / Wireless Gaming Mouse, Black

MX71214 Dark Core RGB Wired / Wireless Gaming Mouse, Black
MX71214 Dark Core RGB Wired / Wireless Gaming Mouse, Black MX71214 Dark Core RGB Wired / Wireless Gaming Mouse, Black MX71214 Dark Core RGB Wired / Wireless Gaming Mouse, Black MX71214 Dark Core RGB Wired / Wireless Gaming Mouse, Black

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My mouse of choice for the next 10 years.

Submitted on Friday, March 08, 2019
By Jon
From Edmonton

Strengths of the product

Lovely Clicky Omron switches. RGB is tasteful. Good Button Layout for larger hands in Palm grip or claw grip, Ability to switch easily from 2.4Ghz, Bluetooth, or wired connection, 2.4GHz is just as fast as wired.

Weaknesses of the product

Can't adjust weight, Bluetooth is (just barely) worse than using 2.4GHz with dongle. Software UI is super confusing for new users.

Additional Comments

Awesome mouse, I usually buy mice once every 10years, but i have no doubts that this will last that long. The ability to use 2.4GHz, wired, or bluetooth is super convent if you're like me and like to throw it in a bag and connect to your office computer / laptop/ home computer. Bluetooth pairing took a whole two seconds. Super quick. Tracking is phenomenal, smooth tracking on many different surfaces. I don't even use a mousepad, theres no need. The only part of this im not a big fan of is the software. It's extremely confusing to use. But honestly if you have 10-15 minutes, you'll pick it up and it'll be easier to get. No software crashes at all, when I got it I had to install new firmware for it, so that must've fixed these issues the other reviews talk about.

Great comfortable mouse for long sessions.

Submitted on Friday, November 02, 2018
By Matt
From Winnipeg

Strengths of the product

Ergonomic grip, discrete RGB lighting, good software, good weight and sensor.

Weaknesses of the product

Software has been known to crash with certain games, forward button may be too far to reach for some hands.

Additional Comments

Some people may have had problems with the software not working with certain applications or versions of Windows, but the bugs are easily resolved. Otherwise, I've been using this mouse at home and at work for just over 6 months and it's been a saving grace for my hand from the typical mobile mouse size. The programmable buttons are great for typical keyboard shortcuts and assigning keys. Plus the RGB is nice and subtle compared to other gaming mice, and the option of wired/wireless is great for taking the mouse to meetings and to school away from a desk setup. I wish the thumb buttons were closer together so that I don't have to use a wide palm grip, or adjust my thumb. Other than that this is a great mouse. The SE is also good if you prefer the wireless charging but I don't see the point. Averaging roughly 30 hours with RGB on and adjusted sensor settings.

Not good

Submitted on Friday, August 31, 2018
By Computer User
From Calgary

Strengths of the product

Good weight, fast response time, clicking feels smooth

Weaknesses of the product

Software sucks bad, changing or programming macros is a pain! Bluetooth signal is weak at best.

Additional Comments

I was told that this mouse is good by the staff at memex but when i started to use it in the office and at home it became more of a pain, the software for this is bad, simple things like trying to program macro keys is impossible, the software would crash often, you could not save any functions when you try to reprogram the macro keys or any of the other buttons. I had to return it and change to Logitech, their software is much better and you can re-assign the buttons very easily. don't but this mouse it sucks, i would rather go with Logitech
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