Wireless Gaming Mice – Which One Should You Buy?
Peter Donnell / 11 months ago
Corsair M65 RGB Ultra Wireless
The M65 series from Corsair was actually one of the first gaming mice I ever reviewed here at eTeknix. However, we’ve come a long way since then, ditching the slow laser sensors in favour of the now much more preferred optical sensors, and actually… just about every other thing has been changed since then too, other than the overall theme looking fairly similar, this is a completely new mouse. The frame is anodized aluminium, making it a little on the heavy side at 97g, or 115g with all the weights installed. However, it’s extremely durable, so if you’re a heavy-handed gamer, this is very well-suited to take some abuse.
- Anodized Aluminium Frame
- A CORSAIR MARKSMAN Sensor
- Optical OMRON Switches
- CORSAIR AXON hyper-processing 8,000Hz hyper-polling
- Six-axis gyro enables ultra-low lift-off distance
- 97g-115g using up to six included weights
- CORSAIR QUICKSTRIKE buttons
- Lightweight paracord cable
- Eight fully programmable buttons
- Ultra-low friction PTFE pads
- Two Zone RGB
- CORSAIR iCUE
This is a great mouse for FPS gamers, as it has a wide full-hand grip design, but also a big sniper button right on the grip point, so you can give the mouse a squeeze, drop the DPI and really get in for those long-range sniper shots. For me, this mouse is a great choice for mid-to-long-range combat players, so games like Fortnite and Battlefield are well-suited here.
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