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Corsair M65 PRO RGB FPS Gaming Mouse & MM300 Extended Mouse Pad Review

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Corsair M65 PRO RGB Gaming Mouse Conclusion:

I have used a lot of mice in my 20+ years working with computers and this has to be one of the best I have used in a long time. At under $60, the M65 PRO RGB Gaming Mouse is a steal and should be on the top of the list. The lightweight aluminum construction gives the M65 a perfect balance without being too light or heavy. The buttons had the best feedback and were very easy to press without exerting too much force, and really felt solid with the Omron switches. You know with the solid feel it will last a long time and with to good wear.

The ability to re-assign the buttons to any function you need and take it further with well-defined macros made using the M65 in any situation a breeze. Not once did I experience any fatigue in my hands and there was not one time the mouse snagged on the MM300 mouse pad, which really helps to keep it gliding smoothly.

Of all of the mice I have used, this one had to be the best for accuracy, the 12,000 DPI setting along with the "Sniper" button allowed me to have the freedom of movement in battle, but tone it down to a lower DPI when I needed to line up the headshots. This is one feature I have never seen on another mouse for real-time DPI change without having to scroll through other DPI modes. This cuts down on the response time, giving you the edge. The macros really blew my mind, as well, allowing not only the mouse keys to be assigned, but keyboard keys as well. You can trigger those macros easily with a mouse button assignment, again making the response times very minimal.

If you are in the market for a great mouse even if you do not need to replace your current one I recommend grabbing an M65 Pro RGB and an MM300 mouse pad to make your combination deadly.

 

Pros:

  • Very well designed
  • Lightweight
  • Eight buttons that can be customized
  • Macros via the CUE software
  • Sniper button
  • Large PTFE pads for smooth use
  • 12,000 DPI optical sensor

 

Cons:

  • none
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