Tuesday, October 6th 2020

Corsair Announces the KATAR PRO WIRELESS Gaming Mouse

CORSAIR, a world leader in high-performance gaming peripherals and enthusiast components, today announced the launch of the KATAR PRO WIRELESS Gaming Mouse powered by SLIPSTREAM WIRELESS technology. At just 96 g, it is well-suited to fast-paced FPS and MOBA gameplay. With a compact symmetric shape ideal for claw and fingertip grip styles at a great value, the KATAR PRO WIRELESS will make an excellent fit for any PC gamer.

The KATAR PRO WIRELESS maintains gaming-grade wireless performance with sub-1 ms latency thanks to SLIPSTREAM WIRELESS, for a faster-than-wired connection that registers every move, click, and scroll when it matters most. Powered by a single AA battery for up to 135 hours of battery life, the KATAR PRO WIRELESS is equipped with a 10,000 DPI optical sensor and three DPI presets that can be switched on-the-fly. Its six buttons are fully programmable through CORSAIR iCUE software, letting you combine multiple commands into single one-click macros for clutch plays, remap any button or key to a more convenient location, and much more.
As the new lightest wireless mouse in the CORSAIR lineup, with an eminently affordable price point, the KATAR PRO WIRELESS offers lightweight design and heavyweight performance.

Availability, Warranty and Pricing
The CORSAIR KATAR PRO WIRELESS Gaming Mouse is available immediately from the CORSAIR webstore and the CORSAIR worldwide network of authorized retailers and distributors.

The KATAR PRO WIRELESS is backed by a two-year warranty, alongside the CORSAIR worldwide customer service and technical support network.

For more information, visit the product page.
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6 Comments on Corsair Announces the KATAR PRO WIRELESS Gaming Mouse

#1
bonehead123
Rodnetia here, rodentia there, rodentia everywhere :)

s/N/o/O/z/E...
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MxPhenom 216
ASIC Engineer
Mouse market is starting to become a market of clones.
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#4
ixi
MxPhenom 216
Mouse market is starting to become a market of clones.
Can you think of something new, that there isnt? Same as gpu, psu and many other things
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chstamos
No hot swappable switches or optical switches means yet another trash run of the mill rodent that will inevitably start displaying the double click of death. That's too bad. AA batteries and dual 2.4G/Bluetooth wireless are great features to have on a wireless gaming mouse. Hope Corsair will get with the times and release a mouse without standard garbage switches.

Others have already noted, it's a market of clones. There are ways to make a product that stands above the clones. Use different switches. Bake in a windows hello fingerprint reader. Something.
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MxPhenom 216
ASIC Engineer
chstamos
No hot swappable switches or optical switches means yet another trash run of the mill rodent that will inevitably start displaying the double click of death. That's too bad. AA batteries and dual 2.4G/Bluetooth wireless are great features to have on a wireless gaming mouse. Hope Corsair will get with the times and release a mouse without standard garbage switches.

Others have already noted, it's a market of clones. There are ways to make a product that stands above the clones. Use different switches. Bake in a windows hello fingerprint reader. Something.
Not necessarily. Depends on the switch used and how well its put together. Though I wish more companies would start using optical switches like Razer has done. Those switches are sweet.
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