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Pros: Corsair has a winner in this Gaming mouse concept. You can feel the solid Aircraft-grade aluminum, has a nice feel in your hand. The RGB backlighting makes it yours with per application profiles.
8 Buttons that respond with accuracy. The ‘Sniper’ DPI adjustable side button will improve your dead on aim. Up and Down DPI buttons with different LED colors to know your setting on the fly.
Corsair’s Utility Engine software is user friendly. Set different profiles for all your games and applications.
12k DPI high accuracy optical sensor. 3 weight adjustability system.
Designed for Gamers and for everyday use. Huge value for the price range. The long braded USB cable is shielded and nicely made, but also flexible for a not there feel when using the mouse.
Other Thoughts: As a Gamer This mouse has improved my ‘Sniper’ accuracy by a lot, because the dedicated side button. There are 5 DPI levels you can change to with the top buttons plus the side Sniper Button. It’s a very easy button to remember and use. Playing Hours of gaming, over weeks of general use, this mouse feels right. With a big hand and the design not being a curved ball, it offers an air flow. My hand did not sweat as much as it can over hours of steady use. I didn’t expect it, so I figure it worth comment.
You can spend a lot more on a Gaming mouse and not get as good a mouse as this M65. As a reviewer, your never 100% about what we’ve been asked to review until you use it. I took down a hundred-dollar mouse to test a sixty-dollar mouse and the M65 wins, hands down. This is a dual use mouse for Gaming and as your everyday mouse. With such a wide range of DPI this can be just the slightest movement and be off the screen, to dead accurate slow DPI and back, instantly.
This is a winner beyond its pricing, it is well built, and a keeper. Corsair always has good support and software. This improved my dead on shot accuracy, your will too. If 8 buttons works for you give it a try, I doubt you’ll return this M65 PRO.
Pros: Nicely constructed cable.
Other Thoughts: Not a lot that can be said for a basic LAN cable. No loss of speed, snapped in nicely and for the price it is a nice cable. I ordered a 25' same cable for another use.
This is a good choice for 'spares/extras' too. I didn't go 5 stars because it's no a hi-end cable and not expected to. In the boundaries of everyday use, including online gaming, cable works great.
Pros: In the few weeks of use I have found this to be enjoyable to use. From Gaming quick response to general use, no missed keys. Either programmed keys for special use or just every day I have no doubt the key stroke was there, the mechanical advantage.
The quality of build and materials has the ‘Built like a Tank’ as advertised feel and look. Every key programming ability, using the Engine 3 Software. Polling Rate adjustments and there are 4 lighting settings with a comfortable blue color.
Playing a lot of gaming I found this to be right there on all keystrokes and for different games the ability to program a few keys for special uses. The per-programming is nice for auto set for different programs, it works great. The standard keyboard setup makes this good for anyone, even more for someone wanting total per key control.
Other Thoughts: When most keyboards in review are limited in being different than one another, SteelSeries has put together a Mechanical Keyboard that seems limitless. Every key, per program memory and the biggest challenge is your imagination. Packaged with command choices for every single key to fit so many options and yet a great everyday keyboard.
Mechanical key reacts with accuracy; you know when used the key sent the command. Using the Engine 3 Software is easy and is also the Software for SteelSeries Mice and Headsets, putting all 3 in one location. Per program auto changing makes it simple to use this for many different applications and games. I use my PC for many hours a week, gaming, typing and general use. The choice of Blue for the lighting picked a nice shade with adjustable brightness. I like the cable run on the back, I was able to offset to the right and not feel the cable center in front of me.
This is pretty quiet for a mechanical keyboard, some click louder. The feel is standard and that’s good for long hours. This is a recommend to buy. If you just use it out of the box as set or modify every key, it’s nice to know you can if you want to. In gaming this reacted smooth and accurately for every key stroke. I have a Merc Stealth series keyboard from 2007 that still works fine, I expect this one will too.