Corsair Scimitar RGB Gaming Mouse Review
By Joe Gulczinski
Full Disclosure: The product sample used in this review has been provided by Corsair.
Founded in 1994, Corsair is foremost known for their outstanding quality in memory, power supplies, and lately competitive gaming PC peripherals. Their latest contribution for the passionate gaming community turns directly toward the massive multiplayer online games (MMO) segment, embracing both form and functionality to a new level: Introducing the Corsair Scimitar RGB, a high-level gaming mouse that goes above and beyond standard specifications and offers new features not seen on any other products of this nature to date.
To touch on what makes this mouse so different is the implementation of a new 12,000 DPI optical sensor. At this level 4k monitors and higher are finally able to have an instrument that works with enough accurate precision and sensitivity to make a noticeable difference. Another key factor is an adjustable keypad that slides on a horizontal axis to accommodate any size of hand. Before delving in further, take a look at the almost over-the-top features and specifications below.
- Incredibly sensitive 100-12,000 DPI Optical Sensor.
- 17 programmable mechanical switch buttons.
- Keypad array slides laterally to accommodate hands of all sizes.
- Designed specifically for MOBA and MMO type games.
- Special CUE software enabled for extensive macros and timers.
|Mouse Backlighting||4 zone RGB|
|Polling Rates||1000 / 500 / 250 / 125Hz|
|Mouse Feet||Extra Large PTFE|
|Dimensions||119.4 x 77 x 48.8mm|
|Cable||1.8m braided fiber|