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CORSAIR M75 WIRELESS Lightweight RGB Gaming Mouse Quick Review – PC Perspective

CORSAIR M75 WIRELESS Lightweight RGB Gaming Mouse Quick Review – PC Perspective

In use, the M75 Wireless glides smoothly over the fabric Falcon Northwest desk mat that was somehow left out of the box when I sent it back. Fragbox 2023and for further refinement Corsair offers surface calibration with this model, available in iCUE.

Button clicks are light but very solid, the click wheel has a nice rubbery feel, and I like the low-light lighting. Battery life was also excellent. It even lasted several days with the lighting enabled, though I failed to keep track of actual hours of use – the Corsair lists 105 hours without lighting via USB, double that via Bluetooth as I primarily used the mouse while writing such articles.

I like to opt for a wireless connection, and the Corsair USB dongle method features the company's proprietary SLIPSTREAM WIRELESS tech with “non-lag, sub-1ms connections and relays inputs 2x faster than the nearest competitor.” Is”. I tested both wireless methods without issue, finally settling on Bluetooth.

A key aspect of this mouse is the sensor, naturally, which is the custom CORSAIR MARKSMAN model mentioned above, offering up to 26k DPI with 650 IPS tracking. Sadly, such a quick response is lost on me, but it's an impressive speculation nonetheless.

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