Corsair never ceases upgrading their older gaming mice, and they also innovate and come up with new mice regularly. This time around, I'm going to review the M55 RGB Pro, one of their newest creations. It's a fully ambidextrous, rather wallet-friendly model featuring a PixArt PAW3327 optical sensor, eight fully programmable buttons, Omron D2FC-F-K main switches rated for 50 million clicks, and dynamic RGB lighting. It's also a relatively lightweight model, but features rugged, grippy materials.
|Corsair M55 RGB Pro|
|Size:||124.4 mm x 57.25 mm x 40 mm|
|Size (inches):||4.9" x 2.25" x 1.57"|
|Weight:||89 g (3.14 oz)|
|Number of Buttons:||8|
|Main Switches:||Omron D2FC-F-K 50M|
|Wheel Encoder:||Unknown, 12 mm height|
|Polling Rate:||125–1000 Hz|
|Cable:||1.8 m long, braided|
The Corsair M55 RGB Pro comes in a familiar box—with its black and yellow colors, some render images, specifications, and marketing text, it features the same design as those of many other mice I've reviewed from the manufacturer lately. The contents are the M55 mouse, a warranty guide, disposal guide, and quick-start guide. There are no replacement mouse feet or any other handy goodies, unfortunately.
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