Summary: The real proof of any mouse’s worth is in the use, and towards that end I switched to using it full time for a couple of weeks. Getting it set up was fairly quick, though I ran into a curious problem early on.
Conclusion: The Corsair Vengeance M60 performs great. It can provide accurate tracking across a multitude of surfaces. The included software allows you to test the surface tracking quality so you know exactly where and where not to play your games.
Pros: Slick look with aluminum frame, Dedicated sniper button for FPS gamers, Adjustable weights, Very comfortable, good grip, and anti-sweat, 1ms response time, 5700 DPI laser
Cons: Poor functionality support for auxilliary buttons, Poor software usability for version 2.12 beta
Summary: The M60 is a great mouse for FPS players, and in our opinion, its best feature is the sniper button. It’s a somewhat heavy model, and the weight adjustment system doesn’t help much.
Pros: Dedicated button for precision shooting, Excellent scroll wheel, Futuristic and elegant design, Colored USB connector is easy to find behind the PC, Nice touch to include a strap to secure the cable
Cons: Weigh adjustment system makes little difference, Application could be better on the part of button assignment
Summary: As much as I liked the mouse during the review process, I did run into quite a significant issue. That was whenever the mouse lost power, it also lost the defined Lift Distance of the mouse and it would default to the lowest setting, rendering the mouse sort of dead in the water.
The Corsair Vengeance M60 is not the first gaming mouse Corsair has ever produced; it’s just the first really really good mouse Corsairs ever produced. It’s one product in a recent line of products from Corsair that scream quality.
Summary: Corsair's Vengeance M60 and M90 mice both offer excellent grips and superb tracking performance but are ultimately held back by premature drivers four months post-launch.
Pros: Excellent tracking performance, Top-notch gliding with large Teflon feet, Configurable sniper button for low DPI on-demand, Grippy scroll wheel with balanced resistance, Hardware playback of macros without drivers, Configurable repeat options of macros, (M90) Comfortable palm grip, (M90) Thumb cl...
Cons: No side-scroll buttons or tilt wheel, Single keystrokes cannot be assigned for holding down, Unintuitive button config; poor documentation, Macros cannot be reassigned to different buttons, Software playback mode does not work in all games, (M60) Confused identity between palm & claw grip, (M60) ...
Summary: Rounded up from a 7.875 average score, the M60 is a solid mouse that I would highly recommend to players with a palm grip style. Corsair should be proud, since most first time mouse manufacturers could boast of this score.
Excerpt: The Corsair Vengeance M60 gaming mouse is one of two gaming mice from Corsair , the other being the Corsair Vengeance M90 . The Vengeance M60 has a maximum DPI of 5700, and comes with two extra programmable keys, apart from a ‘Sniper’ button, and two realtime DPI adjustment buttons.