Product on Review: Corsair M55 RGB Pro
Street Price: $39.99 USD / £44.99 GBP / 49.99 EUR / $79.99 AUS
The Corsair M55 RGB Pro is an ambidextrous, multi-grip gaming mouse which features a 12,400 DPI optical sensor, it weighs in at only 86 grams, and is built to last with 50 million click-rated Omron switches and a premium braided cable.
The M55 RGB Pro boasts plug-and-play capability so you can get to gaming straight away, or you can deep dive into the Corsair iCUE software to assign macros, remap each of the 8 available buttons. Within the software you can also customise the 2 Zone RGB back lighting and manage the DPI settings, with a range from 200 to 12,400 adjustable in 100 DPI increments, you can also set 3-5 presets which can be changed on between on the fly.
The M55 RGB Pro is loaded with a PAW3327 optical sensor that has been developed in conjunction with Pixart, so should deliver high performance & high accuracy tracking. Corsair claim that the sensor can report the position of the cursor at speeds of up to 220 inches per second, with a mouse acceleration of up to 50G, which we'll put to the test with CS:GO in our performance testing.
Corsair on the M55 RGB Pro:
The M55 RGB PRO fits any type of grip, be it palm, claw, or fingertip, while its symmetrical design makes it capable of high-level regardless of which hand you use. All the curves and contours were carefully designed to fit equally comfortably for both right and left-handed users.