Today we are taking a look at the Katar Pro XT mouse by Corsair, as well as the MM700 RGB extended cloth gaming mouse pad. If you’re in the market for a very affordable, no-frills wired mouse then the Katar Pro XT might be for you. Coming in at £34.99, we compare it to some key competitors like the Logitech G203… but how will it hold up?
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Corsair Katar Pro XT Mouse
- Weight 73g,
- For fast-paced FPS or MOBA gameplay.
- Great for claw and fingertip grip styles.
- 18,000 DPI
- 1000Hz polling rate and 1ms response
- Optical Sensor: PixArt PMW 3391 optical sensor
- Dra Paracord Cable
- Durable Omron Switches: 50 million click Lifespan.
- Six Programmable Buttons
- Switch DPI on-the-fly
- Dynamic RGB Backlighting
- Build quality.
- Great for claw and fingertip grips.
- Good for high friction.
- Low increment DPI adjustments.
- Arguably a bit boring looks-wise.
- Can attract grease.
- Not so great for palm grip.
- High friction grip won’t be for everyone.
- Not a lot of space on the back-end of the mouse.
You can purchase the Katar Pro XT from Overclockers UK for £34.99 HERE!
Corsair MM700 RGB
- Dynamic 360° Three-Zone RGB Lighting
- Compatible with CORSAIR iCUE software.
- Size: 930mm x 400mm (36.6” x 15.8”)
- Two Port USB Hub
- Button to control lighting options without the need for software
- Corsair iCUE software support
- 4mm-Thick Rubber Construction
- Twelve Onboard RGB Lighting Profiles
- Woven Textile Surface
- USB-C Connection: Easily connects to PC or power source via a detachable, reversible USB-C cable.
- Really nice feel and great quality.
- On-board button to change colours and software support.
- Two extra USB ports.
- Competitive price.
- Not IP rated.
You can purchase the MM700 Mouse Mat for £59.99 from Box HERE!
KitGuru says: The Katar Pro XT may not be a flagship model but for £34.99 you are getting a great performing mouse on a budget. If you like low friction grips or palm grip this really isn’t the mouse for you, but at such a good price it’s hard to be too critical.