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Corsair Ironclaw RGB Wireless Optical Gaming Mouse with Slipstream Technology 18000 DPI 3-Zone Black - £44.99 @ Amazon
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Corsair Ironclaw RGB Wireless Optical Gaming Mouse with Slipstream Technology 18000 DPI 3-Zone Black - £44.99 @ Amazon

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Posted 7th Feb

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New low for this one. Wireless gaming mouse from Corsair down to £44.99.

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Features & details

  • Three Ways to Game: Connect with hyper-fast, sub-1 ms Slipstream Corsair Wireless technology, low-latency bluetooth, or USB wired

  • Comfort when it counts: Contoured shape that’s sculpted specifically for palm-grips and larger hands

  • Powerfully precise optical gaming sensor: A custom Pixart PMW3391 native 18,000 DPI sensor, adjustable in one DPI resolution steps, gives you total sensitivity customization and ultra-accurate tracking

  • Ten fully programmable buttons: Customise the way you play with powerful macros and key remaps to give you an in-game advantage

  • Ultra-durable Omron Switches: Rated for more than 50 million clicks
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Nice price, bought this 2 weeks ago for £54.99..... tempted to return and reorder as amazon wont price adjust anymore
Tempted. Looking for a decent gaming mouse and keyboard and don't know where to start
Nice for bigger hands, its a heavy boi though.
Foley2001_uk07/02/2020 09:56

Nice price, bought this 2 weeks ago for £54.99..... tempted to return and …Nice price, bought this 2 weeks ago for £54.99..... tempted to return and reorder as amazon wont price adjust anymore


Nvm I quoted you saying is it rechargeable? but its right there in the pic lol
Edited by: "NotMarki" 7th Feb
This is amazing if you have bigger hands or have a palm grip. Can't speak for the weight as I have the wired one but it's so comfortable!

You can also control the corsair logo led as well as the scroll wheel led
Cheers.

Finally come to the conclusion that gaming and wires simply don't match. Especially drinking and gaming.
Headset next!
If the scroll wheel allowed lateral clicks and that third button near the thumb wasn't in such a strange place, I might be interested. Probably a good deal for those not bothered by that though.
Just got it, great mouse, much better then my Logitech G402.
Back up to 69.99 now.

I'm returning mine.

The mouse wheel feels low quality compared to the Razer Deathadder. Otherwise, not a bad design.

But the main problem for me was the Icue software.

For some weird reason, Corsair thought it would be a good idea to map the side buttons to numbers 1 and 2 on the keyboard.

So when I fired up my favourite game, I found myself switching weapons instead of whatever keybinds I had set the side buttons to. Went into the Icue software to change them over and was greeted with a baffling UI designed to create macros. Madness.

Another Icue 'feature' is that you can create separate profiles for different applications (which is pointless, just set your DPI and then change the in game sens, right?). So after setting a 'default' DPI, I thought I was ready to go. Wrong. Dunno if I was accidentally clicking the change DPI button on the mouse (another dumb design choice) but my in game sensitivity went through the roof. I had to change the DPI of each profile to my go to number, and that seemed to do the trick.

If you can be bothered with the iCue software, and want an OK mouse, go for it. But at full price, why would you?
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