Corsair Glaive RGB Pro Review

👤by Dave Worth Comments 📅06-05-19
Coming in at the same price as the Corsair Ironclaw RGB Wireless puts this mouse in a very difficult position in the market, not only does the Ironclaw have more programmable buttons it also features extremely low latency wireless connectivity with a massive battery life.

The build quality on the Glaive RGB Pro is extremely good, it's a solid mouse and the Omron switches are great and provide a good tactile click when pressed, however the size of the mouse will limit you to using a palm grip technique which is either positive or negative, depending on which side of the fence you sit.

The swappable thumb rests are a good inclusion as it should allow you to find something that is comfortable and best for you, the inclusion of the PMW3391 sensor is a big plus however the same sensor features on the Ironclaw model as well.

If you're struggling to find a mouse that is comfortable for you the Glaive RGB Pro may go some way to alleviating this issue with it's swappable thumb rests, however we feel that if the Ironclaw is comfortable enough for you to use you should definitely choose that model over this one. The other disappointment is that Corsair have only included the ability to have one on-board profile, whereas the Ironclaw has the ability to store 3.

While the Glaive RGB Pro performs well in use we feel that it would benefit from being priced lower than what it is, you can get a mouse that has the same performance but with more features at the same price.

+Build quality
+Swappable Thumb rests

-Number of on-board profiles

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