Corsair Harpoon RGB Wireless Review

👤by Matthew Hodgson Comments 📅07-01-19
Closer Look
With the cable removed, the mouse is very sleek and short. The USB connection is deep within the mouse for a solid connection. The ribbed scroll wheel is coated in thick rubber for extra traction. You can also see the concave area for the thumb from this angle.

The left edge of the mouse, where the thumb will lie due to it’s right-handed shape, is coated in triangular sections on the rubber area, which fade away at each end. There’s also a pair of thumb buttons which can be configured within the software.

The opposite side features the same rubber design but no additional buttons.

Looking at the back end of the mouse, the curved, right-handed shape is obvious. The white section is the Corsair RGB logo.

On top of the mouse is a profile switch button, which can be pre-configured with up to 5 different profiles which you can toggle between. The small LED will change colour to display which profile is currently active.

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