CORSAIR M55 RGB Pro Wired Ambidextrous Multi-Grip Gaming Mouse – 12,400 DPI Adjustable Sensor – 8 Programmable Buttons – White

September 22, 2019 - Comment

The Corsair M55 RGB PRO Gaming mouse offers game-winning versatility with an ambidextrous design that fits any grip or hand, and a highly precise 12, 400 DPI optical sensor. Its durable construction, complete with 50 million click-rated Omron switches and a premium braided cable, stands up to the rigors of intense gaming while minimizing fatigue

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The Corsair M55 RGB PRO Gaming mouse offers game-winning versatility with an ambidextrous design that fits any grip or hand, and a highly precise 12, 400 DPI optical sensor. Its durable construction, complete with 50 million click-rated Omron switches and a premium braided cable, stands up to the rigors of intense gaming while minimizing fatigue with a remarkably light weight of just 86G. Start gaming immediately with simple plug-and-play setup out of the box. Take full control with powerful Corsair iCUE software, enabling you to swap between left and right-handed modes, assign macros and remaps to eight programmable buttons, customize RGB Backlighting, and manage five DPI settings that can be switched on the fly. No matter how you choose to play, stand up to any challenge with the M55 RGB PRO. Tech Support # 1-888-222-4346 opt #1

Product Features

  • Play at your highest level with a versatile ambidextrous design that lets you game in either hand with your most comfortable grip, be it Palm, claw, or fingertip.
  • Take precise control over your gaming thanks to a 12, 400 DPI optical sensor for high-accuracy tracking.
  • Incredibly lightweight at just 86G, so that you can play effortlessly at your top form for hours.
  • Durable construction featuring 50 million click-rated Omron switches and a premium braided cable gives the M55 RGB Pro the strength to withstand years of intense gaming sessions.
  • Create an in-game advantage with eight fully programmable buttons for powerful macros and Remaps.

Comments

Anonymous says:

Nit-Noid Review: An underwhelming mouse The Basics:Large 86g, ambi mouse in the vein of the Sensei 310 but with a 3327 sensor that goes up to 12400 DPI. Two-zone RGB. Utilizes iCue software. Single DPI button on top. Thumb buttons on both sides for 8 total. Time in use prior to compiling notes was two days. This is an unusually short period of time for me to test a mouse, 4-8 days is the normal range, but I did not want to delay the review while others were considering a purchase. The TL:DR is that there are some things…

Anonymous says:

I’m Going Back to a Basic Microsoft Mouse I’ve bought Microsoft mice (mouses?) for years, but they don’t last forever so I thought I’d try something different this time. This Corsair mouse looked interesting and it had good reviews so I went ahead and bought it even though it was about double the cost of a basic mouse. I didn’t realize at the time that most of the reviews were by people who had received the mouse for free.Right off of the bat I found the “sailboat” led with its color-shifting to be distracting when trying…

Anonymous says:

Lift detection is very high – not good I’m annoyed I got this when the M65 etc is only a little more expensive. You can’t change the lift detection at all (see reviews on youtube that all say the same thing), if I put 3 or 4 quarter coins on either side of the sensor the mouse still tracks. So you can’t expect to do any micro movements or lift the mouse whatsoever. That being said this mouse is much more entry level anyhow – so might not be an issue for beginner / less frequent gamers.The build quality and ergonomics…

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