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Corsair Vengeance M90 Black 15 Buttons 1 x Wheel USB Wired Laser 5700 dpi Performance, MMO/RTS Gaming Mouse

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  • 5700 dpi
  • 15 programmable buttons
  • Lift Detection

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The Corsair Vengeance M90 is the premium MMO gaming mouse for superior Massively Multiplayer Online (MMO) and Real Time Strategy (RTS) gaming. Featuring an enthusiast grade 5700 dpi laser sensor which provides maximum precision and accurate tracking even on high resolution displays - out quick and dominate players with less accurate or slower gaming mice. The 15 fully programmable buttons can be easily customized and accessed without compromising your grip or control of the mouse. Contoured fit, metal chassis design is comfortable to the hand yet durable even for core MMO/RTS gaming. Save your various character profiles, favorite configurations macros and frequently used keys so you can always have your preferences despite which computer you are playing on.


  • newegg Enthusiast-grade 5,700 DPI Laser Sensor You get maximum precision and response from the Avago ADNS-9500 LaserStream gaming sensor, even on high resolution displays. Outpace and dominate opposing players with less accurate or slower gaming mice.
  • newegg 15 Intelligently Positioned, Buttons, Including 9 Macro Keys The 15 fully programmable buttons are arranged and tuned for intuitive operation without compromising your grip. You get almost effortless access to your frequently-used abilities, macros, button combinations, and spells. Keep your focus on the game, and not the buttons.
  • newegg Solid Aluminum Chassis with a Soft Touch Surface and High-mass Scroll Wheel The strong aluminum frame is the secret to low weight, high rigidity, and optimal mass distribution. The texturized, soft-touch surfaces are designed for comfort even after extended hours of gameplay. The solid metal, rubberized scroll wheel gives you the precision you need when selecting weapons. In short... it's designed to simply feel right.
  • newegg Quick Profile Selection with Onboard Memory Play multiple games, with multiple character types. Store up to 6 profiles in memory on the Vengeance M90 laser gaming mouse, so you can easily save your character profiles, favorite macros and frequently used keys. Enjoy the convenience of always having your profiles and preferences even if you switch PCs.
  • newegg On the Fly DPI Adjustment Instantly adjust DPI for precise control when quick changes are needed between different sensitivity settings... all with the simple touch of a button.
  • newegg PTFE Glide Pads, Surface Detection and Lift Detection The low-friction glide pads ensure swift, precise movement with low effort, and the Vengeance M90 automatically optimizes its performance for your desktop surface. When the action is fast and furious, you are constantly moving and repositioning your mouse. The M90's lift detection provides high precision tracking and reliable cursor placement even when lifted off of the mousing surface.

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Warranty, Returns, And Additional Information
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  • Limited Warranty period (parts): 2 years
  • Limited Warranty period (labor): 2 years
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  • Anonymous
  • 2/1/2016 9:06:23 AM
  • Ownership: more than 1 year
  • Verified Owner

3 out of 5 eggsGood until the 2 year mark

Pros: Solid weight, good response, relatively easy access to multiple thumb buttons.

Cons: At the 2 year mark the mouse wheel doesn't respond correctly. Specifically, when you scroll in one direction it will respond correctly initially and then move extremely in the opposite direction. IE if you try to scroll down it will then scroll up violently, or if you are trying to zoom in one direction of the other the same happens.

Other Thoughts: If you are ok with a mouse that has a lifespan of 2 years before it starts to go wrong, then it is fine. But if you expect longevity, this mouse was lacking.

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  • Steven S.
  • 11/2/2015 9:22:31 AM
  • Ownership: more than 1 year
  • Verified Owner

3 out of 5 eggsGreat while it worked

Pros: -Nice weight
-Moves smoothly
-Lots of macro buttons

Cons: -Software leaves a lot to be desired
-Broke less than a month after warrenty ran out, Corsair would not repair it even while charging me

Other Thoughts: -You should have large hands if you expect to comfortably reach all the extra buttons

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  • CHRIS K.
  • 5/28/2014 7:09:29 PM
  • Ownership: 1 month to 1 year
  • Verified Owner

4 out of 5 eggswheel failed

Pros: Very well built mouse. love the design and looks pretty cool.

Cons: The wheel started messing up the last few days and now is totally useless. Very disappointed with my purchase. only took one egg off since every other part is working fine. although the wheel really hurts web browsing a lot and some of my games.

Other Thoughts: This will be that last tie i use corsair if this becomes a pain to get replaced.

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  • Randy K.
  • 4/7/2014 4:36:52 AM
  • Ownership: 1 month to 1 year
  • Verified Owner

1 out of 5 eggsDO NOT BUY THIS MOUSE

Pros: Ergonomic, physically attractive, solid build.

Cons: Mouse shorts out. constantly. I actually feel a light spark about 30% of the time I first use it. It sparks, then windows loses it's mouse and it takes about 40 seconds to reestablish itself. Single worst tech purchase that wasn't 100% DOA on purchase.

Other Thoughts: Would suggest avoiding any other Corsair products based on this mouse.

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  • 2/7/2014 9:34:08 AM
  • Ownership: more than 1 year

4 out of 5 eggsSolid and efficient.

Pros: This thing has a lot of buttons. They're also really easy to reach (depending on how you grip the mouse), and there's a space for your thumb to rest if you pick up the mouse a lot. Aside from the obvious MMO benefit, it's great for mapping general buttons like media controls, tools like notepad, and just makes using the comp much nicer. You will get spoiled by all the options. Oh - the default for the front middle button is the sniper function, much like in the M60, but it's rebindable if you don't need it.

The finish is a nice grippy rubber finish. It doesn't really show fingerprints, and is easy to hold even if sweating. The weight of the aluminum frame means you probably won't be picking it up too often, but it adds a very nice heft to the mouse, which feels incredibly solid. The logo on the back of the mouse can be switched on and off, and when on it glows a soft white. The front of the mouse, on the other hand, glows a steady blue.

The switches under the L/RMB are not excessively loud, and you can feel the firm *click* when they are depressed, making it difficult to double-click accidentally. The scroll wheel is actually something that I was pleasantly surprised about, as it's a lot heavier than other scroll wheels you'll find - and that's a good thing! Spinning it is fun as it has quite a bit of momentum, but it's very precise and easy to move notch by notch.

Your mileage may vary, but once you get used to the software it has a ton of options. CPI steps can be set (independent x/y axis if you wish), angle snapping is easily switched on/off, macros are quickly set up, profiles can be saved to the hardware or assigned to activate on specific applications, and the buttons can be bound to nearly anything you want, whether it be keystrokes, macros, or applications. Get creative with AutoHotKey and you can automate a lot of tasks that you normally do!

Cons: Various users have mentioned the tendency for the sensor to conk out; I've run into this issue before, and there's not much you can do but unplug and replug it in. Luckily, it's quite rare. Still have to take an egg off for this, though.

The software takes a bit of adjusting to get used to (read the manual!), so it's not as intuitive as it could be. Still, the software is very flexible and has more than enough options.

The ADNS-9500 sensor inside this rodent, as a laser sensor, doesn't work on all cloth surfaces. If the mouse is experiencing skipping and/or unresponsiveness, try switching mousepads or surfaces for a hard one. It's still a very good sensor, with negligible acceleration and high enough CPI for the high-sens gamer.

Other Thoughts: I'm a high-sens person myself, and usually wind up using this mouse on 1900x1080 at 3200 CPI. I can't really talk about the sensor on lower CPI, but in my ~year of usage its prediction and jitter are minimal. It's a tiny bit tiring to use with a fingertip grip after a while (I switch to claw for casual use) due to the weight of the mouse, but it's still my favourite mouse due to the sheer number of options.

Speaking of options, my default profile binds media keys, calculator, and notepad to the thumb buttons while leaving the forward/back buttons as is. 3RVX lets me change volume with the scroll wheel and a keyboard modifier anyways, so I don't see a need to bind volume. You can essentially set it up so you rarely have to move your hands from their default locations.

I bought the M90 when Corsair was doing a MIR on this mouse (and have seen it several times since), and at that price this thing is a steal. I would buy another one if it went that low again.

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  • Justin F.
  • 2/3/2014 12:34:47 PM
  • Ownership: 1 month to 1 year
  • Verified Owner

2 out of 5 eggsMeh

Pros: Does what a mouse is supposed to.

Cons: I intended this mouse to be used to hotkey several buttons on my mouse hand. Unfortunately, nearly every game I've tried to assign the thumb buttons to don't recognize the input. I've gotten the 2 buttons that are on a lot of 5 button mice to be recognized, but the other 10 are not recognized at all.

Other Thoughts: Having to update the firmware on the mouse that doesn't fix any of the issues is just frustrating and a waste of time. Would have been better off getting a normal 5 button mouse.

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  • Mark B.
  • 1/13/2014 2:02:41 PM
  • Ownership: more than 1 year
  • Verified Owner

1 out of 5 eggsGarbage Mouse

Pros: Cosmetically appealing, decent price, 15 keys, programmable configurations.

Cons: The mouse will CONSTANTLY freeze up. What do I mean by freeze up? The cursor will no longer respond to input. The buttons will work, but the only way to get the mouse optical to read again is to UNPLUG it from your computer, and plug it back in and hope it wont freeze up again when gaming. The mouse is complete garbage. I've updated firmware and software several times on windows 7 64 bit. I've read through forums and there are no fixes for this. It is a common problem and has no solution in sight.

Other Thoughts: Flawed mouse software/firmware. If you follow the update directions it will not save this pile of work. The mouse is a solid build. Braided cord, metal frame, but my jebus the software is pathetic.

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3 out of 5 eggs1 year update

Pros: - Plethora of buttons.
- Programmable.
- Adjustable DPI (although look into the Corsair M95 for higher DPI and same buttons.)
- Meticulous control with the Corsair software.
- Different profiles for button assignments for different games. (also can change profiles on the mouse, itself.)
- Button assignments work across platform (stored in mouse's onboard memory) on. Windows 7/8/Linux
- Adjust DPI on the fly (and sniper button for super low DPI)
- DURABLE. (Sidenote: I have tripped on this mouse cord enough to bend it multiple times. Still have never had connection issues although I sometimes question the integrity of my front USB ports on my case that were inadvertently abused as well..)
- Heavy. You can really feel this thing in your hands. I recommend getting a larger gaming mousepad to really make use of this mouse. This may be a personal note but nothing is nicer than having a heavy mouse like this in your hand and being able to skim around a 14''x14'' mousepad.
- Stylish blue LED...that you can disable.

This is only an update review, so I won't ramble on.

Cons: Okay. If you've done some research you may have come across complaints about the scroll wheel.'s partly true. I hadn't really noticed it before because it's so intermittent. If I bump it down one 'click' (very soft click. This scroll wheel has a heavy throw and doesn't click although you can feel the bumps in scrolling) there's about a 50% chance it will scroll erratically up and down a web page or at least scroll up hesitantly as if there is a 'dead spot' in it's scrolling.

If I try to scroll down or up normally and consistently it, again about a 50% chance, scrolls erratically in the opposite direction I'm scrolling in before scrolling in the correct direction. I find that if I scroll slowly and consistently, it is more dependable. But If i scroll quickly then it acts up badly.

it's not a deal breaker, really. But some may say if you get this mouse to go easy on the scroll wheel. I have to concur. The wheel feels so thick and sturdy it's easy to literally flick it down or up and it will spin for quite a few rotations.

Well, don't. At least not unless you want to risk these issues.

Other Thoughts: All in all I don't regret this purchase at all. The software is amazing (and interchanges with both my M60 and M90 with no issues.) The buttons have saved me many keystrokes and helped during countless PvP scenarios on WoW. The mouse has it's quirks but I like Corsair overall and they do produce quality, dependable products. This mouse has taken a beating between my scroll wheel antics and tripping over the cord and I expect it to live on.

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  • 1/3/2014 7:04:51 PM
  • Ownership: more than 1 year
  • Verified Owner

3 out of 5 eggsnice mouse but mayor flaws

Pros: Its a very solid mouse.
the shape its very confy.
Lots of customizable buttons

Cons: after 2 months of using it, the mouse laser stops working ramdomly. I have to disconect it and plug it back again so it can work. the software its terrible also. somtimes it work, some It doesnt.

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  • For Y.
  • 6/27/2013 3:15:45 PM
  • Ownership: 1 month to 1 year

5 out of 5 eggsWorks Great

Pros: Lots of buttons, good DPI (changeable via top left buttons), scroll button is great (rubber gripping, can feel it turning well), base of mouse is solid and made of steel. Slides really well.

Cons: Bit tricky to setup the buttons, make sure you read the instructions to properly program each key.

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