Summary: Pros: - The mouse fits my hand well and doesn't feel like cheap plastic - Can adjust the sensitivity / resolution on the mouse with the buttons behind the scroll wheel - 'Sniper' button on the side lets you temporarily lower resolution to make fine tune adjustments to cursor position (for aiming or photo editing) - Management software from Corsair lets you adjust button tasks with ease - Cord doesn't tangle easily Cons: - Gunk can collect along the outside edge of the...
Great design, comfortable and with good features, but mine was buggy.
Fourth Horseman, Amazon
29 November 2013
Summary: I had trouble with this mouse. Might have been just might setup, I'll never be sure, but the mouse would occasionally just "disconnect." The LED light would go out and the mouse would stop responding. Unplugging and replugging the mouse would bring it back online. My backup mouse for my gaming PC did not have this problem, nor does the Logitech G602 I bought to replace the Corsair mouse. Generally I love Corsair products, but maybe mine was just a lemon.
Summary: Pros: Up to 5700 DPI and 1000Hz polling. These are the most important features for a gaming mouse, everything else is preferential. I like the left and right click on this mouse; short travel and just enough tactile feedback to avoid friendly fire incidents. The finish feels nice even after hours of gaming and doesn't absorb palm sweat. All the buttons can be mapped to keyboard keys except the sniper button.
Summary: I was initially very pleased with the mouse, I bought it in February this year, and it lasted about 3 months without problems. But after 3 months I had to uninstall and install the driver a couple of times, had to plug it in and un plug it a couple of times to make it work, at first, I tough it was my PC, my USB port, but those were brand new 3.0 I tested the ports, and I got to the conclusion I've gotten a lemon, even then I had to say that the problem was very rare...