Corsair Harpoon RGB Mouse Review 5

Corsair Harpoon RGB Mouse Review

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There are not many companies that are as well known as Corsair. I think most of us have owned products by them at one point or another and love or hate them - they are one of the market leaders and are continuously pushing the industry forward. Whether you use their cases, power supplies, RAM, fans, keyboards, headsets, or mice, there is pretty much something for everyone.

The success of a company depends very much on having the right image and releasing products that suit a wide range of customers and their different budgets. When looking at mice, Corsair has managed to become one of the top brands for the high-end market, but there are very few Corsair mice under the $50 mark; in fact, off the top of my head, there is only the Katar. Corsair has now decided they had to expand their market by releasing something that will allow people to game with their peripherals without it breaking the bank. Meet the Harpoon, Corsair's latest addition to their range with a promise to perform well at a low price.


Corsair Harpoon RGB
Sensor:Pixart PMW3320
Main SwitchesOmron - rated for 20 million clicks
Weight:85g / 0.19 lbs
Size:111.5 x 68.3 x 40.4 mm
Number of Buttons:6 buttons + scroll wheel
Polling Rate:Selectable 1000/500/250/125 Hz (USB)
Cable Length:1.8 m
Software :Yes, but not compulsory
Warranty:2 Years
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