Sunday, 31 October 2021 23:03

Dominate the enemy with the Corsair M65 RGB Ultra Wireless mouse


A great gamer needs a great mouse, and Corsair's latest mouse comes with sub-millisecond transmission, a 26,000 DPI optical sensor, programmable buttons, RGB lighting, onboard storage, a robust sniper button, and more.

Corsair's M65 RGB Ultra Wireless mouse is out now with a retail price of $199 and is loaded with features to make it the perfect gaming mouse for the most demanding of sessions.

It sports a rugged, industrial design with programmable RGB effects on the Corsair logo. It looks good, and importantly it feels good. It delivers a comfortable grip with fast, precise switches, and six included weights to adjust it from 110g to 128g giving you the feel and centre of gravity that's perfect for your unique situation.

The optical sensor comes in at 26,000 DPI and with 650 IPS tracking at up to 50G acceleration. In short, it delivers accurate tracking with a massive range of sensitivity adjustments in individual DPI steps.

It includes a six-axis-gyro and accelerometer to enable ultra-low lift-off distance when repositioning your mouse. You can also program tilt gestures to map abilities to simple mouse movements. For example, you might program it so tilting forwards and backwards moves forward and backwards through a web page or activates an area of effect spell in one game and a taunt action in another.

The buttons are spring-loaded with zero gaps between the primary mouse buttons and their switches. This means all clicks, shots, and spells are faster than ever - every single component of this mouse has been precisely engineered by Corsair to keep you in the action and translate your merest movement into action-packed gaming controls right as you do it. Each button and switch has been designed and tested for thousands upon thousands, years and years, of rigorous use.

An additional thumb-triggered side button, nicely coloured red to highlight it, acts as a 'sniper' button - allowing you to click it repeatedly while ensuring the mouse remains rigid. There will be no accidental movement such as you might get when clicking the regular buttons on a weaker mouse.

In fact, eight buttons are programmable and you can remap them, record custom macros, and do other things, all through the Corsair iCUE software. This manages your other Corsair devices too, so if you have a Corsair keyboard or Corsair RAM, or, say, the incredibly comfortable and feature-packed Corsair Virtuoso RGB Wireless XT gaming headset, you can control all their settings, RGB lighting, and other features in the one program.

The Corsair M65 RGB Ultra Wireless mouse is, as its name suggests, capable of working wirelessly. It doesn't have to be; the box includes a USB-A to USB-C cable so you can run it via USB as much as you want. However, the USB cable also charges it, and you can operate the mouse wirelessly both through Bluetooth or through Corsair's Slipstream wireless technology which offers sub-millisecond transmission speeds and has 2kHZ hyper-polling to absolutely ensure your clicks and movements are registered immediately without loss. The box includes a USB-A Slipstream wireless receiver which can be paired with multiple Corsair devices simultaneously, such as the Virtuoso RGB Wireless XT headset. A switch underneath the mouse allows you to change between wireless and Bluetooth operation, or to turn both off. The battery has 120 hours of life between charges.

The mouse also has onboard storage so you can take your lighting profiles, macros, and DPI settings on the go with you, even if playing away from your home computer.

In short, the Corsair M65 RGB Ultra Wireless mouse is a mouse of champions; it is ultra-fast, ultra-precise, and ultra-durable. It's a joy and pleasure to hold and to use, and your competition with quake and quiver when they see you approaching with it. It retails for $199.

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David M Williams

David has been computing since 1984 where he instantly gravitated to the family Commodore 64. He completed a Bachelor of Computer Science degree from 1990 to 1992, commencing full-time employment as a systems analyst at the end of that year. David subsequently worked as a UNIX Systems Manager, Asia-Pacific technical specialist for an international software company, Business Analyst, IT Manager, and other roles. David has been the Chief Information Officer for national public companies since 2007, delivering IT knowledge and business acumen, seeking to transform the industries within which he works. David is also involved in the user group community, the Australian Computer Society technical advisory boards, and education.

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