Tuesday, March 29th 2016

Corsair Unveils the M65 PRO RGB Gaming Mouse with 12,000 dpi Sensor

Corsair, a leader in high-performance gaming hardware, today announced the immediate availability of the new M65 PRO RGB gaming mouse. Equipped with an advanced 12,000 dpi optical sensor, revolutionary surface calibration tuning utility and high-precision switches, the M65 PRO RGB builds on the original Corsair M65's legacy for durability and comfort while adding the latest in mouse sensor and customisation technology.

Corsair's new M65 PRO RGB is a competition-grade FPS gaming mouse with the technology you need to win, the flexibility to make it your own, and the build quality to last. The high-accuracy 12,000 dpi optical sensor provides pixel-precise tracking and the advanced surface calibration support offers supreme responsiveness for your playing surface. An aircraft-grade aluminum chassis provides low weight and high durability, and with the dedicated sniper button, take advantage of on-the-fly dpi switching to instantly match mouse speed to gameplay demands for extreme accuracy.
The M65 PRO RGB's advanced weight tuning system allows the gamers to adjust the mouse's center of gravity to match their play style; lighter for fast-deadly precision and heavier for decisive movements. Harness the power of Corsair Utility Engine (CUE) for advanced button configuration, macro programming and three-zone dynamic multi-color backlighting customization. Gain an advantage by customizing your configuration and play your way with the eight strategically placed reprogrammable buttons. High-capacity Omron switches rated for 20 million clicks and low friction PTFE glide pads ensures reliable performance that holds up through even the longest campaigns.

Specifications
  • 12000 DPI high-accuracy sensor: Custom tuned, gaming grade sensor for pixel-precise tracking.
  • Aircraft-grade aluminum structure: Light weight, durability, and optimal mass distribution.
  • Advanced weight tuning system: Set the center of gravity to match your play style.
  • Surface calibration tuning utility: Optimizes sensor precision and responsiveness for your playing surface.
  • Optimized sniper button positioning: Take advantage of on-the-fly DPI switching to instantly match mouse speed to gameplay demands.
  • Harness the Power of CUE: Don't just configure your mouse - program it with double macros, custom RGB lighting, and more.
  • Eight strategically placed buttons: Gain an advantage by customizing your button configuration and play your way.
  • High-capacity Omron switches rated for 20 million clicks: Ensure reliable performance that holds up through even the longest campaigns.
  • High-mass scroll wheel: A rubberized exterior is wrapped around a metallic core for great feel and tactile precision.
  • Extra-large PTFE glide pads: Great feel and swift, precise movement with minimal effort.
  • MSRP: $59.99 Exc. Tax
  • Available from April 2016
For more information, visit the product page.
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9 Comments on Corsair Unveils the M65 PRO RGB Gaming Mouse with 12,000 dpi Sensor

#1
webdigo
12.000DPI? I use 1600DPI, and even I find that too much and I need to lower it.
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#2
nickbaldwin86
only 12k dpi.... pfft slow.... why even both? pfft this is good for like word documents but real "gamers" use 16k plus.... my eyes can see 16k dpi so why wouldn't I want a mouse that can do the same?
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#3
uuuaaaaaa
What is this? Advertising this as a competitive fps product is completely atrocious! This is not more than a toy made to rip off clueless and inexperienced gamers...
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#5
Prima.Vera
nickbaldwin86 said:
only 12k dpi.... pfft slow.... why even both? pfft this is good for like word documents but real "gamers" use 16k plus.... my eyes can see 16k dpi so why wouldn't I want a mouse that can do the same?
LOL. It can be usefull if you have 3x 4K monitor setup, but other than that....

P.S.:
was proven that the human eye cannnot see beyound 350DPI, bu that's another talk for another time... :))
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#6
lZKoce
nickbaldwin86 said:
only 12k dpi.... pfft slow.... why even both? pfft this is good for like word documents but real "gamers" use 16k plus.... my eyes can see 16k dpi so why wouldn't I want a mouse that can do the same?
+1 , my grandma uses 12K :D and moar lighting. We need beyond RGB lighting :)

On all seriousness though, looks like a good mouse for $60 .
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L.ccd
uuuaaaaaa said:
What is this? Advertising this as a competitive fps product is completely atrocious! This is not more than a toy made to rip off clueless and inexperienced gamers...
... with a wallet. That's the important part.
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#8
Rowsol
12,000 DPI, about as useful as a gts 450 with 2gb of ram. Marketing gimmick, nothing more.
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#9
Vlada011
They think on Omron Japan... or China?
That's first question because they talk about them and maybe steal glory.
I want to see these switches... But I doubt...



At the end it's not hard to replace them but if you send mouse to RMA and manufacturer see better more quality Omron Japan and they installed cheaper clones Omron China you lose warranty.

Price is affordable. You can buy almost three M65 for one Logitech Chaos Spectrum...
I don't know what than Logitech offer with them for so high price...
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