Corsair Ironclaw RGB Wireless Review

👤by Dave Worth Comments 📅27-04-19
Conclusion
Overall the Corsair Ironclaw RGB Wireless is a good purchase, the bulky size & it's weight will inevitably put some people off and is more suitable to those of us who use a palm style grip however we found that it was suited to our large hands.



The thumb button would be better situated below rather than above the forward & back buttons, as this would allow you to use it as a thumb button rather than having to roll your index finger onto it.

The mouse itself is very comfortable to use, and the build quality is good as you'd expect from a mouse in this price range. The inclusion of 3 separate onboard profiles is a good point, and we found ourselves using all 3 for various games & applications.

The battery life is great on this mouse, we've used it for over a week with solid use and while it's on it's last legs now, this is a great feature.

We'd recommend the Corsair Ironclaw RGB Wireless if you have larger hands, although if wireless is not totally necessary for you, there is the option of foregoing this and saving some cash on the non-wireless model.

The Corsair Ironclaw RGB wireless gets the thumbs up from us for it's great battery life and great ergonomic design.

Pros
+Connectivity options
+Comfortable
+Build quality
+Battery life
Cons
-Thumb button positioning


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