Corsair M65 RGB Elite 18000 DPI Optical Gaming Mouse - Black
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- Right-handed gaming mouse is engineered with an anodized aluminum frame lifetime durability
- Pixart PMW3391 native 18,000 DPI sensor is customizable in single DPI steps for personalized precision
- Tunable weight system lets you adjust the mouse's weight from 97g to 115g to adjust the centre of gravity and balance your grip
- Surface calibration tuning utility allows you to tune the mouse to your mouse pad for optimized precision and responsiveness
- Eight programmable buttons are fully configurable so you can remap or assign custom macros to every click
- Precision sniper button is ideal for first-person shooters, reducing sensitivity for crucial shots
- Ultra-durable Omron switches are rated for more than 50 million clicks for long-lasting reliability
- Two-zone dynamic RGB backlighting lets you customize your illumination and offers full-system lighting synchronization across compatible CORSAIR peripherals
- Onboard profile storage stores your lighting and macro profiles so you can play your way no matter where you are
- M65 RGB ELITE Gaming Mouse
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Of the 1065 reviewers who responded, 921 would recommend this product.
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- A very good mouse- July 15, 2020
This mouse is very good if your looking for a gaming mouse. I love the shape and it fits my hands perfectly, but there’s only one issue and that is the right click feels very mushy and doesn’t feel like it clicks as good as the left. It still works fine though! Also, if you like to switch weapons in fps games, this mouse is AMAZING for that.Yes, I would recommend this to a friend.
- A step backward- December 29, 2021
Corsair made too many changes from the previous generation to the current generation of this mouse. It's a lot more fragile and breaks easily I've replaced the left click switch multiple times and I'm finally given up on it. Even when fully weighted it's still 21 grams lighter than the predecessor Mouse with no weights in it.No, I would not recommend this to a friend.
- Amazing mouse- June 26, 2019
The Corsair M65 elite has that aggressive gamer look which I adore! It’s a finger claw/tip mouse meaning it’s small and will be using ur fingers to perform better with this mouse. The texture is smooth and has a rough texture on the side to prevent slipping. The built in weights is very nice to have but I preform better without them. The sniper button is honestly the best thing to put on any mouse. The Logitech g502 has one as well and it’s just amazing during fps games. But you can program this button to do whatever u desire in the Corsair Icue program. I have it for “C” which is my prone button so I can drop shot in FPS games. You can set Marcos and assign it to this button aswell! Beautiful mouse and I love it! Con: The top is a finger print magnet. It shows your oily finger trails. Another con is there’s two m65, there’s the pro and then the elite. The Pro has the hyperglide scroll wheel when the pro has built in memory for your RGB/macro recording profiles.Yes, I would recommend this to a friend.
- Corsair for the WIN- March 15, 2021
This is a great mouse for the price point. The RGB is subtle, but still noticeable. Feels solid in my hand not flimsy or cheap.Yes, I would recommend this to a friend.
- Very good afforable mouse with high click rating- April 21, 2021
I wanted a somewhat inexpensive, but not cheap hi-res mouse with sturdy buttons to replace a Corsair Harpoon, a cheaper model than this M65. I liked how smoothly the Harpoon worked and its easy to change resolution options, but the left button on it started malfunctioning after about 2 years of almost daily use with studio and art apps and some gaming. Its button switches were rated at 20 million clicks, which was twice as much as other mid-grade mice I've tried from Logitech. The 10 million click mouse's button wore out after about a year, so the 60 million click rating for this Corsair made me want to try it out. The buttons are the first thing to wear out in my decades of experience with mice, so button ratings are important, though I have to say an old Dell mouse that came with a PC I bought about 15 years ago, had its buttons last many, many years with similar use patterns. I also like the Corsair iCue software that works with the mice as it lets me customize things to my needs, though some things are not very intuitive to set up. You don't have to install the iCue software to use the mouse however. The mouse itself works well and its laser tracking is smooth like the Harpoon. The RGB lighting is nice but not important to me. The buttons on the M65 seem to need a little more pressure than the Harpoon as I found sometimes a click didn't register. I don't know if that is a malfunction since the switches are different. Overall, I like how the mouse works. A complaint is that it doesn't feel as comfortable on the sides because the Harpoon had a more rubber texture on the sides while this one has an uncomfortable coarse plastic feel, though the top buttons feel better with a smooth, slightly rubber feel. This mouse has metal weights to customize how heavy it is, but I felt it was a light mouse even with all the weights installed, so the weights weren't much of a factor for me. Another thing about the M65 is that it looks odd and asymmetric, more organic looking, but that is an esthetic thing that doesn't matter so much. I had the M65 for over two months now and it was dropped a couple feet on a hard floor a few times and there does not seem to be any damage. If the click rating on this mouse holds, I shouldn't have to replace it for five or six years, so we'll see.Yes, I would recommend this to a friend.