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This review is from: Corsair Gaming M65 RGB Laser Gaming Mouse - Black
Pros: -RGB lighting with an adjustable polling rate (much like the RGB keyboards).
-Extremely accurate laser (my first time with one).
-3 adjustable weights make a possible 8 different weight combinations.
-All buttons have a satisfying solid click, not squishy at all.
-Strong metal build with plastic housing and braided cable.
-"Sniper buton" is, in fact, very handy. (You can remap it if you like. All buttons can be remapped).
Cons: -Only my laptop had this issue, sometimes after a period of time the lights will turn off with no warning. Unplugging and plugging it back in will fix it, but I haven't had any issue with my desktop.
-The right side plastic could have stretched a bit more towards the back. My pinkie felt awkward the first few times after using it.
Other Thoughts: -Light from the back zone will shine onto your mouse pad behind it, as will light from the front zone (shine in the front). I think it is a very cool effect, but maybe some wont like it. You can easily cover it with something if you want to.
-The Corsair Utility Engine software handles both this mouse and my K70 RGB very nicely, but bugs still exist. They have gotten better though.
This review is from: Corsair Gaming MM300 Anti-Fray Cloth Gaming Mouse Mat - Extended
Pros: -Very smooth touch and glide with my mouse.
-Just the right size for my desk, anyone with a wide mouse stance would be happy with this.
-Sleek design that goes well with Corsair's "minimal yet aggressive" style.
-Anti-fray means this will be in use for years to come.
Cons: -Funky smell when opening that comes with packaged rubber.
Other Thoughts: -I am also using a Corsair M65 RGB mouse with a K70 RGB keyboard, they compliment each other very well.
-I have not spilled anything on it yet and I obsess over keeping it clean, so I can't say how waterproof this is.
Pros: These always live up to their goal and I've never had one fail me before. This particular drive is my data backup and I wouldn't trust any other more.
Cons: NoneREAD FULL REVIEW