Corsair Ironclaw RGB Wireless Review

👤by Dave Worth Comments 📅27-04-19
Closer Look
Taking a look at the front of the mouse we can see the first of the RGB zones, and the strange, at least to us decision to include a shiny strip of plastic just where your palm rests, making it a magnet for palm prints.

On the left hand side of the mouse we get a look at the DPI indicator, along with 5 programmable buttons and a textured plastic panel to aid grip.

Moving round to the back of the mouse and we see the Micro-USB charging port, there are also 3 slits situated on each side of the port which act as the 2nd RGB zone, the third being the scroll wheel.

The right hand side of the mouse, as always is pretty featureless, featuring only a textured grip pad here.

Underneath the mouse and we get our first look at the custom Pixart PMW3391 sensor along with the wireless connectivity mode switch. The sensor is rated up to 18,000 CPI, though to utilise it that high would require that you be a super human.

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