Summary: I got this mouse in mid 2012 and it was a great buy. You can quickly change the DPI with the buttons right behind the mouse scroll wheel. It feels very durable and lasted my quite a long time.
Summary: I've owned a logitech mx310, razer deathadder, cm storm spawn, and this mouse, as well as a recently purchased perixx mx3000 (due to review in the future). I'm a claw/fingertip gripper with larger-than-average hands. The corsair vengeance is one of a kind.
Pros: * best side grips on a mouse ever, and I'm not using hyperbole--sweat-resistant, comfortable, not too big, not too small. * the texture of the click buttons feeding into the rear of the mouse is also fantastically comfortable.
Cons: * side buttons are a little inconveniently high to press--the smaller your hands, the more inconvenient this might be. * the weights are cheesy--sure it's "cool" to have weights, but they really don't change the weight of the mouse at all, since it's already a heavier mouse.
Summary: So I've seen a couple forms that have this issue posted as well, but sometimes (usually on reboot or waking up from sleep mode) the computer won't recognize the mouse and it won't work.
Pros: Fits great in non-yeti hands, looks cool, the laser isn't overly sensitive like the RAT series from cyborg and hasn't had any mistracking or wobbles, selectable DPI profiles are great for on the fly gaming and some fine-tuning photoshop stuff.
Cons: The 'sniper' button is sort of gimmicky and a little far from my natural palm rest area so I have to reach a bit for it. It could have come with a bit more weights to put in. I've got all three loaded and it still feels a little on the light side. There was some software issue, which I've explain...
Summary: This is a good mouse for BF3, Board-lands, and other FPS. It has the target button that allows you set your DPS to almost nothing for that sniper shot. I like the brushed aluminum frame, really stylish, along with the blue lights.
Summary: Drivers allow you to set up macros (most difficult thing about the drivers without a doubt), change DPI, change DPI on X and Y axis, change lift height, change polling rate, and test your mouse surface.
Pros: The mouse is extremely well built. It has a nice weight to it. Has three weights installed into the bottom of the mouse that can be removed if desired. Removing them is pretty easy. Just use a coin and the cover unscrews. Has a high DPI if you are into that. 5700 DPI is enough for pretty much any...
Cons: This is a personal con and may not apply to others, but I have large hands. The mouse I was using prior to this was the Deathadder, which is more of a palm grip mouse. The M60 is more of a claw grip mouse. It can be pretty awkward if you have larger hands and you use this mouse. By no means is it...
Summary: Its about the same weight as the Logitech MX518 when its weights are installed. Its a great mouse, just takes a little getting used to.
Pros: 1 Solid construction 2 I like how it's got low clearance to the mousepad and "flares" out on the left side where the thumb is placed, because i tend to touch both mouse and pad at the same time for finer controls. 3 DPI change on the fly is good, and adjustable in the settings
Cons: 1 Like many have said, the "sniper" button is a bit too far forward, but handy in a pinch, just a little awkward. 2 Middle mouse button is just a bit tough to press, but getting used to it. 3 Not a dealbreaker, but the wrapped cord hangs on my desk due to its protective wrapping, which is differe...
Summary: This is a great mouse for 40 bucks. I wouldnt buy this for 70.00 though.
Pros: This is a great mouse. It seems to be built very well also you can switch your DPI on the fly. The software is alright but nothing amazing. I dont really use the sniper button for games but i find myself using it for media, for example i will be on a movie player and i want to skip back about 5 s...
Cons: I wasnt a big fan of the mouse wheel it feels like its not really secure very well it just has a little whobble. The front and back button are kind of in an awkward place.
Summary: I did the firmware upgrade install first, before adding the drivers. everything works fine in my win7/64.
Pros: It feels nice in my hand, grippy on the sides and smooth on top, looks killer sitting on my desk! I really like the way you can check your back ground sensitivity. DPI settings are a real plus for different games. Its made like a sports car!
Cons: For some odd reason i can't access my Bios with this mouse and keyboard connected at the same time. It overrides and won't let me use the keys during boot up! so if i need to get into Bios, or have a duel boot setup, i have to unplug the M60.
Pros: Responce is excellent, feel and look are smooth.
Cons: Only one, the outer shell flairs out and there are big open pockets between the base and the top of the mouse, You'd be amazed what can hide in those pockets. I found a stack of dimes in there recently my 5 year old had put there. Why so much open space inside the mouse with nothing preventing ac...