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The Corsair M65 RGB Elite is a superlative mouse, particularly for FPS players.
An eSports tier gaming mouse with pro features to boot
CORSAIR's M65 returns again, this time sporting a 26000 DPI PixArt sensor, 8000Hz polling rate and optical switches, to name but a few of the plentiful features.
While not as light as some of the more fps oriented gaming mice, the Corsair M65 RGB Ultra certainly pulls its weight.
The Corsair M65 Elite is a very good gaming mouse that has an excellent build quality thanks to its aluminum frame. Its performance is also outstanding and you c...
In this article, we review the Corsair M65 RGB Ultra mouse. It’s an optical mouse that was launched on 21st September. It’s a new release from the M65 series, which was introduced already seven years ago. After two years – the Pro edition was introduced, and in 2019 there was an M65 RGB Elite version; what do we have now? Introduction
Corsair's most well-known gaming mouse, the M65, is back! Its newest iteration features a new high-end optical sensor, the PixArt PMW3391. The mouse also comes with Omron switches rated for 50 million clicks, adjustable weights, and two-zone RGB lighting.
Corsair's M65 gaming mouse is back for 2021, sporting numerous upgrades compared to previous entries
Review of the Corsair M65 RGB Elite tunable gaming mouse — Elite features at a competitive price.
Beautiful, fast, and easy on the wallet
The Corsair M65 has been around since the beginning of time, or at least, it makes more comeback tours than Mötley Crüe! There was the Corsair M65 RGB Elite Gaming Mouse three years ago, Corsair Gaming M65 Pro RGB Optical Mouse five years ago, Corsair Gaming M65 RGB Laser Gaming Mouse seven years ago, and the Corsair Vengeance M65 FPS Laser Gaming Mousenine years ago, and the original Corsair M60 that started it all a full decade ago. Trust me, that's not all of them, they're just the reviews I can remember writing! However, it's clear this mouse has a
When it comes to purchasing products, you have probably heard the saying "you get what you pay for". Of course, the basis of this centers around two ends: If you buy a cheap product, it will likely be, well, cheap in quality, such as breaking easily or not always functioning. On the opposite end of the spectrum, if you buy something expensive, it will likely be top of the line in quality. Just last summer, I purchased Samsung's newest phone, the Galaxy S21 Ultra. This has been commented as overkill by some of my friends, but the mantra "you get what you pay for" really rings through my head anytime I use the S21 Ultra. The 120Hz refresh rate is extremely smooth, and the Snapdragon 850 chip does wonders when using this phone for any task. The camera quality is also superb, having multiple different shooting modes with each photo coming out great. The battery life is also the best out of any phone I have owned, taking through the day easily while still having some juice left right before I get into bed. The phone is admittedly hard to hold sometimes due to its large size, but when you consider the size of the screen you get, once again, you get what you pay for. Speaking of high-end products, we have the Corsair M65 RGB Ultra with us today, a gaming mouse with impressive sensor capabilities and many buttons for the ultimate gaming experience. Does this mouse prove that you can expect quality products at a respectable price? Let us read on to find out!