Corsair has been putting out PC hardware and peripherals for years that appeal to hardcore PC enthusiasts. When we last visited Corsair, we posted a hands-on with the Hydro Series H100i platinum CPU liquid coolers. The most recent gaming gear from Corsair come in the form of a pair of high-performance gaming mice.
The first is the Ironclaw RGB Wireless, which as the name implies is a wireless version of the Ironclaw RGB mouse launched earlier this year. The mouse uses Slipstream Corsair Wireless Technology with an 18,000 dpi sensor to give cutting edge wireless performance. The wireless mouse has the same palm grip optimized shape and rubberized sides of the wired version.
Corsair uses 2.4GHz wireless tech that gives sub-1ms latency and wireless range of up to 33-feet. Intelligent Frequency Shift IFS helps to change to the ideal wireless channel even in areas with heavy wireless traffic. The mouse can also connect via Bluetooth to be used with laptops or tablets. A wired USB connection supports playing while you charge the mouse, and the battery good for up to 50 hours of battery life per charge. The mouse has ten programmable buttons and RGB lighting zones.
The Glaive RGB Pro is a gaming mouse with three interchangeable thumb grips for customized comfort. The sensor inside is an 18,000 DPI Pixart optical sensor that can be customized in 1 DPI increments with five programmable sensitivity presets. It features seven programmable buttons, three-zones of RGB backlighting, Omron switches, an aluminum scroll wheel, and a design meant for comfort.
The Ironclaw RGB Wireless gaming mouse sells for $79.99 and the Glaive RGB Pro sells for $69.99. Corsair also has two new mouse pads aimed at pro gamers launching called the MM350 and MM250 that differ in the type of edge with the MM350 being stitched and anti-fray with the MM250 offering a standard edge.