Summary: Like I said, I have 4. 2 for home PC's, one for a friend's PC that I use a lot, and one I loaned out to another friend.
Pros: Everything, lol. Can be used with software profiles that can be programmed to change with the applications you are using or it can store up to 6 profiles on the mouse not need any software to function. Very handy button locations and still had a rest area for your thumb. I have not found a mouse ...
Cons: could use a ring finger rest, I accidentally hold down Mouse 2 sometimes with my ring finger.
Pros: Had the mouse for over a year, and have had no problems. The sensor isn't the best, but it's good enough for 99% of people, including me. I had doubts the white would stay good looking, but there's no dirt or staining on the white plastic whatsoever. The thumb buttons are well placed, and easy to...
Cons: The LEDs can be a bit bright if you leave your computer on at night, but they're easy to turn off in the software
Pros: Great feeling mouse, buttons had a good layout.
Cons: I've had it for about 3 months now and the mouse has stopped working and no one from Corsair will message me back. The mouse stopped working, my computer won't see it most of the time and when it does see it, it refuses to update firmware. Really upset.
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
Excerpt: This was a replacement for an identical M95 that was a little over two years old. The original was well used in those two years. Needed a replacement due to the scroll wheel losing signal and not tracking properly. The only real issue was my hand size and some buttons are hard to reach.
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