The Corsair M65 Pro gaming mouse is a good piece of kit. It is well designed, with a sturdy aluminium unibody design and a rubberised finish which gives good grip. Two DPI adjustment switches is a particular boon, as it makes locating your desired DPI stage that much easier.
The M65 Pro also features a weight-adjustment ability, allowing you to set the mouse’s weight to your liking. At its lightest the M65 Pro is 115g, while it can go up to 135.5g with all the weights screwed in.
Using the M65 Pro is also a very satisfying experience, thanks in part to the great design but also due to Corsair’s CUE software. It just has so many options for users to tweak and change, meaning each individual can configure the M65 Pro just the way they like it.
There is one major disappointment, however, and that is the RGB lighting. Corsair has simply not improved it from the original M65, and that is not good enough. For this to be advertised as an RGB gaming mouse, the lighting has simply got to improve. At the moment, the majority of colours are just not reproduced accurately.
However, lighting aside, the M65 Pro is a a good piece of kit and comes recommended. It is also well priced at its £54.99 RRP, giving a good feature set for the price.
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- Adjustable weights.
- Premium feel.
- Two DPI buttons.
- Huge 12000 DPI sensor.
- Well priced.
- Lighting is a big let down.
KitGuru says: If Corsair can improve the lighting, the M65 Pro can provide the basis for a brilliant gaming mouse.