Summary: Was getting sick of the double click on my performance mx, and just seriously sick of Logitech and their double click issues in general so decided to try something new after 10+years with top end MX mice, i was kinda worried about this mouse originally but i am pleasantly surprise, it is very smooth and sturdy, it does have a very wide stance so it takes some getting used to, but doesnt hurt your hand like some logitech gaming mice, i actually got it for 30 bucks with an...
Pros: Plugs in, Dpi, Soft touch, precise, nice braded cord, easy to scroll wheel, soft texture of top, sturdy and smooth
Cons: kinda wide, sandpaper grip on sides feels weird for the first couple days
Summary: After upgrading to this mouse from a Razer Abyssus I am highly pleased. The only thing is, I have completely redesigned my grip on the mouse since transitioning to the m60. I now rest my index, middle and ring fingers across the top leaving just my pinky on the right side as after a few days of using it I found this is the only comfortable positioning for my hand as there isn't enough space on the right side for 2 fingers unless you are clawing it with just the...
Pros: Great feel and size, Buttons are well placed, Awesome price/performance ratio
Summary: Coming from a G9 mouse, I had high requirements as the G9 is a great mouse for me. This mouse is larger than the G9. To be in position to access all buttons, I must palm this mouse. I can still operate the the back button when I keep the heel of my hand on the desk. I would have liked the sniper button to be closer to the heel of the mouse where it can be activated by the knuckle of my thumb, instead of the tip. This might just be due to my smaller hands though.
Pros: - Aluminum body adds some nice weight to the mouse (personal preference), - The little gap between the two buttons lets a finger rest for the mouse wheel, - anti-slip side walls allowing a good hold on the mouse., - 2 year warranty with corsair's great RMA service., - Customizable instand DPI change button that is easily accesssible.
Cons: - Reports that the sniper logo wears off very quickly., - No interchangable grips (miss this feature from g9)
Summary: Solid mouse though the software needs to be tweaked as it is a tad buggy.
Pros: - Very Solid Construction, - High Quality feel, - Precise Laser, - Sniper button is very awesome been playing Battlefield 3 with it and love Sniping!
Cons: - Software is quirky, - Incompatible with certain USB ports. If plugged in it won't be detected as an M60 rendering the drivers useless. Had to plug in my Corsair K90 to get it to detect properly on an Asus Rampage IV Extreme.
Summary: Choosing the right gaming mouse is largely based on personal preference. Comfort, look, and overall feel is subjective. However, 'objectively' I can attest that this mouse is a very high quality piece of hardware. Unlike the Logitech G9x, the Corsair M60 feels very solid in your hands; there's no loose rattling, and the rubberised coating feels great. The laser itself is very accurate and responsive; no hint of hyper sensitivity at all.
Pros: - high quality build, - aesthetically pleasing, - rigid scroll wheel, - responsive/accurate laser, - very comfortable, especially for palm grippers