Summary: If you like buttons, near your thumb, this is the one. I looked and tested a lot of mice and the buttons located at the thumb is just what I wanted
Pros: Own several high end gaming mice and this one is right up there with the good ones. I personally prefer a lot of buttons at the thumb area to minimize the activity on the keyboard. Some of the buttons are more intuitive than the others which I assign to high activity actions. The mouse is well bu...
Cons: Some control of changing LED colors would be nice but once gaming..who cares.
Summary: Let me start on by saying when I first received this mouse I liked it. Worth $70 no but not bad.. The slick plastic design is no good esp if your hands sweat. The scroll wheel is complete garbage. On with my story..
Summary: Let me start on by saying when I first received this mouse I liked it. Not worth $80 but not bad.. The slick plastic design is no good esp if your hands sweat. The scroll wheel is complete garbage. On with my story..
Pros: Its a Mouse
Cons: Will Fall Apart, Scroll Wheel, Slippery Plastic, Made in China, User Interface
Summary: I've owned this mouse for upwards of 3 years. I play a lot of FPS, especially CSGO. I naturally use the mouse wheel to switch between weapons. After the amount of time I've into the game, the wheel eventually wears down to the point where it will scroll on it's own in the most inopportune of times.
Pros: Heavy and durable - the aluminum is a nice touch Easily programmed
Cons: Better not have sweaty hands - this mouse will pick it up The wheel has worn down - see other thoughts
Summary: None with the mouse itself, but the first one sent through SurePost got lost, the old UPS says USPS got it, USPS says no we don't. Newegg sent another right away, love Newegg. So I joined UPS choice and just upgraded the seconds shipping to be direct
Pros: Extremely happy with the ability to assign any of the buttons to what ever function in game. I.E. Mount or auto walk, etc It is also nice to store 6 profiles on the mouse and flip thru them with the mouse, no alt tabbing if you forget to do it before launching a game. I do have larger hands and t...
Cons: The software can be a challenge to get running perfectly, but that just be my age showing
Summary: A rearranging of the button placement and a software update would do wonders for it but otherwise it's definitely not worth the price.
Pros: It is a sturdy well built mouse, I have had no hardware issues with it.
Cons: The buttons are oddly arranged around the side. Being somebody who makes liberal use out of the side buttons (also one of the main reasons I decided to try this mouse), I was pretty disappointed. There is no one place you can put your hand to be able to comfortably hit all of the buttons. Often y...
Pros: nice compact mouse, particularly when have smaller hands. Good button placement with an ample amount of buttons. Feature packed software..
Cons: Died inexplicably, for no apparent reason. Mouse not seen by OS. Tried various systems.. nothing.. natta.. zilch. Pampered this thing, still ends up dying... meanwhile 11 year old Intellimouse still kicking...
Summary: This experience makes me think twice at buying corsair computer accessories. Steelseries mice, though their construction is not as durable, their software for their devices is superb from what I have seen.
Pros: While the construction is sturdy and robust, the software is weak.
Cons: The last update to this mouse was 2013. Designating keys to buttons that were originally for something else is absolutely buggy. I don't recommend buying this mouse unless they are selling it for $5 or less to get rid of it, just like corsair got rid of it on their website mainpage showcase.
Pros: maybe good for palm grip but that is just a guess as i tend to claw grip the mouse and this mouse is way to large for that.i have medium size hands, i can almost palm a basket ball and i find this mouse to by large.
Cons: the tech i spoke to admitted the way they implemented the software makes this inferior to the way other brands developed theirs. according to the corsair tech, razer uses a virtual driver so that the mouse can have the programmable buttons mapped to any key on your keyboard (basically any key rec...