Corsair Katar Pro Wireless Gaming Mouse Review
Peter Donnell / 2 weeks ago
- Wireless Connectivity: Hyper-fast, sub-1ms 2.4 GHz SLIPSTREAM CORSAIR WIRELESS TECHNOLOGY, Bluetooth 4.2 + LE
- Wired Connectivity: USB 2.0 Type-A
- Battery Type: AA size alkaline battery
- Battery Life: 2.4 GHz SLIPSTREAM: Up to 135 hrs w/ standard lighting
- Sensor: PMW3325
- Sensor Type: Optical
- Resolution: 200 DPI – 10,000 DPI, with 100 DPI steps
- On-Board Profiles: 1 (settings only, no macro and key remap)
- Backlight: 1-Zone RGB
- Buttons: 6
- USB Report Rate: 1000 Hz
- Colour: Black
- Mouse Feet: Large PTFE
- Cable: NA
- iCUE (Software): Supported
- Dimensions: 115.8(L) x 64.2(W) x 37.8(H) mm / 4.56 Inch (L) x 2.53 Inch (W) x 1.49 Inch (H)
- Weight (w/o cable and accessories): 96 g / 0.212 lbs.
What’s in the Box?
- KATAR PRO WIRELESS Gaming Mouse
- Quick Start Guide
- Safety Leaflet
- Warranty Card
- AA battery
The box is nicely designed, with the slightly more revised Corsair design for 2020 and beyond. The new Corsair font on the logo, a big clear photo of the mouse, and Slipstream and iCUE features in the corner. It’s also more yellow than before, as Corsair has tweaked their official colour scheme across the range.
Around the back, all the boring bits, but also another photo of the mouse showing you the side button configuration.
The box is pretty compact but nice and durable. The mouse comes wrapped in plastic and air-gapped with some folded cardboard. All basic stuff and all recyclable.
Included in the box is a single AA battery too, as this mouse isn’t rechargeable you will need to replace this once it runs down. That being said, you can always use rechargeable batteries if you wish, you just need to charge them in a separate charger.