Corsair has already released several new mice this year – though most have been refreshes or updates to existing models like the Harpoon, IronClaw and Glaive. Today, Corsair has unveiled something entirely new, the M55 RGB Pro. It sports an ambidextrous design, PixArt PAW3327 sensor, and is quite lightweight at 86g. With an MSRP of £44.99, is Corsair onto a winner?
It’s been a long time since Corsair last released an ambidextrous mouse – in fact, it was nearly four years ago when the Katar launched and it’s been unavailable for some time now. It makes sense for Corsair to get back into this market with the M55 RGB Pro, which boasts other features such as a braided cable, a RGB logo, and a total of 8 buttons – including a pair of side buttons on both the left and right sides of the mouse.
- Wired Connectivity: USB 2.0 Type-A
- Sensor: PAW3327
- Sensor Type: Optical
- Resolution: 200 DPI – 12,400 DPI, with 100 DPI steps, 220 IPS, 30 G
- On-Board Profiles: 1
- Backlight: 2-Zone RGB
- Buttons: 8
- USB Report Rate: 1000Hz
- Color: Black
- Mouse Feet: Large PTFE
- Cable: 1.8 m / 6 ft., braided fiber, black, fixed
- iCUE (Software): Supported
- Dimensions: 124.4(L) x 57.25(W) x 40(H) mm / 4.9”(L) x 2.25”(W) x 1.57”(H)
- Weight (w/o cable and accessories): 86g / 0.19 lbs.
- Warranty: Two years