|Type of motion sensor||Optical|
|Customizable movement resolution||yes|
|Programmable mouse buttons||yes|
|Colour of product|
|Operating resolution||12000.0 dpi|
|Max polling rate||1000Hz/1ms|
|Buttons type||Pressed buttons|
|Number of buttons||17|
|Number of wheels||1|
The Scimitar RGB Elite is the newest entry in Corsair's MMO/MOBA gaming mice line. It still features the same patented 12-button key-slider side panel and the same shape and shell, but comes with an upgraded sensor (PMW3391) as well as improved components and materials.
In the Scimitar RGB Elite, Corsair updates its iconic, macro-mad MMO mouse for 2020 in small, technical ways, but the refresh doesn't bring anything truly new to the table.
An MMO specialist that can still hang with the FPS boys
This mouse is a fearsome piece of hardware on account of the massive button arsenal it brings to bear in MMO and MOBA games. The added keys do require some...
An excellent MMO mouse at a sensible price
The macro monster
The Corsair SCIMITAR PRO RGB is an excellent mouse for MMO games. It has a 12-button side panel, on which you can program all buttons for different actions. It's...
Corsair's latest Scimitar is a well-built mouse with a targeted use case.
If you play MOBAs or MMOs, you need the Corsair Scimitar RGB Elite
Corsair's Scimitar RGB Elite MOBA/MMO gaming mouse gets fully examined. Should it be on your shortlist? Probably.
With macro keyboards easy to come by, the draw of a mouse like Corsair's SCIMITAR might not pull you in as much as it otherwise would. If you play MMOs and MOBAs, however, you'll understand why having even more functionality at your finger tips is never a bad thing. Let's check out Corsair's...
There is another old saying that says everything is bigger in Texas. After being there for a week, I can say it definitely applies to a lot of things. For one, even though I did not think food serving sizes were that much larger, I think the actual plates are larger than what we have in Calgary, and therefore everything was scaled up without looking bigger. Secondly, roadways and overpasses are much more prominent in the cities like Houston or San Antonio. However, one of the largest things we saw was in Houston, which was the Saturn V rocket at the Space Center. When we first passed by during one of the tours, they had an outline of the rocket from the outside, and I thought, "There is no way that thing is actually that big".
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