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Corsair Vengeance M60 and K60 Review

BluePanda    -   March 12, 2012
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Conclusion M60:

In conclusion, the M60 is my new favorite mouse. It will be my go-to mouse when I'm not reviewing other mice. It's quite comfortable and easy to hold. It works nicely with Windows so if I want to use it with my laptop I don't have to install drivers just to navigate (however I don't get my sniper button without making some changes). The textured grip is nice and the flat black color keeps it from showing dirt and wear for the time being. The aluminum gives it a little class, making it look good, and the mouse is solidly built in general. The cord coming out the side made it easier to not get tangled up with other braided cables and simply looked neat.

I loved the weighted scroll wheel because it felt like I had better control; it didn't feel cheap nor did it have the horrible grinding scroll sound when going through several pages of information. The sniper button was by far my favorite aspect of the entire mouse. I'm not much for sniping and getting many headshots because I never tend to "lock-on". By allowing me to slow down my motions, the sniper button really helped me grab a lot more head shots than normal and enabled me to actually attempt to snipe things I normally wouldn't have bothered to snipe. It felt a little like cheating, but I liked it!

 

Pros:

  • Sniper button
  • Comfortable body size
  • Textured grip keeps hands dry

 

Cons:

  • Price


 




  1. Introduction & Closer Look
  2. Closer Look - M60
  3. Closer Look - K60
  4. Specifications & Features
  5. Configuration - M60
  6. Testing & Results - M60
  7. Testing & Results - K60
  8. Conclusion - M60
  9. Conclusion - K60
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