Corsair Nightsword RGB Review 8

Corsair Nightsword RGB Review

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Introduction



Corsair's newest right-handed ergonomic gaming mouse, the Nightsword RGB, is huge, and I mean this in a number of different ways. It's a right-handed ergonomic product, and if you take a look at its specifications, you can already see it's a big one. But it also has a number of other flagship-like things going on, like the pretty sophisticated weight-tuning. The Nightsword features Corsair's exclusive PixArt PMW3391 top optical sensor that proved worthy numerous times before. It has 10 fully programmable buttons with Omron D2FC-F-K main switches that are rated for 50 million clicks. Just like many other Corsair devices, RGB lighting is a big selling point on the Nightsword, which has four lighting zones that can be customized via the iCUE software. It's on the more expensive side of gaming mice, but the specifications seemingly justify the $79.99 price tag.



Specifications

Corsair Nightsword RGB
Size:129 mm x 86 mm x 43.8 mm
Size (inches):5.08" x 3.38" x 1.72"
Ambidextrous:No
Weight:Adjustable 119–141 g
Number of Buttons:10
Main Switches:Omron D2FC-F-K 50M
Wheel Encoder:TTC black core
Sensor:PixArt PMW3391
Resolution:100–18,000 CPI
Polling Rate:125–1000 Hz
Cable:1.8 m long, braided
Software:Corsair iCUE
Price:$79.99
Warranty:2 years
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