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Corsair M75 Air Mouse Review

Rating: 8.5.

The M75 Air is the latest mouse to be added to Corsair's extensive line up of peripherals. Weighing just 60g, it's their lightest mouse to date and even ditches RGB lighting in pursuit of the best performance possible. Aimed at first person shooters in particular, can this new mouse rival the ultralight giants already on the market?

00:00 Start
00:26 Product info
02:02 The design / buttons
03:48 Feet and replacement options
04:35 Build quality
06:15 Hardware inside / Gaming
08:17 Polling Rate
09:05 Battery life / bluetooth
10:33 A criticism
11:02 iCUE
13:22 Closing thoughts


  • Wireless Connectivity – Hyper-fast, sub-1ms 2.4GHz SLIPSTREAM CORSAIR WIRELESS TECHNOLOGY, Bluetooth® 4.2 + LE
  • Sensor – CORSAIR MARKSMAN, 26,000 DPI with 1 DPI resolution steps, 650 IPS tracking, up to 50G acceleration
  • Programmable Buttons – 5
  • Onboard Profiles – 1
  • Backlight – None
  • USB Report Rate – Up to 2,000Hz hyper-polling
  • Battery Charging – Charges via USB to computer
  • Battery Type – Built-in lithium-polymer, rechargeable
  • Battery Life – 2.4GHz SLIPSTREAM: Up to 45hrs
  • Bluetooth: Up to 100hrs
  • Color – Black
  • Mouse Feet – 100% PTFE
  • Wired Connectivity -0 USB 2.0 Type-A (Type-C to Type-A cable)
  • Cable – 1.8m / 6ft
  • Dimensions – 128(L) x 65(W) x 41.6(H) mm / 5.04 (L) x 2.56 (W) x 1.64 (H) in
  • Weight (w/o cable and accessories) – 60g / 0.13 lbs.
  • Warranty – Two years

You can buy the M75 Air directly from Corsair for £139.99 HERE.


  • Great build quality.
  • Good battery life.
  • Solid sensor performance.
  • Can be configured to be used without any software running.


  • Very slight side play in scroll wheel.
  • Poor quality stock PTFE feet.

KitGuru says: The M75 Air is great mouse for FPS gaming. It feels fast, fluid and responsive. The build quality of the body and casing is great, but is let down by some poor quality stock feet. However, with official glass skates on the horizon from Corsair, they can be changed out and upgraded if needed. Overall, if you're looking for a good quality, lightweight mouse for diving in to the latest FPS title with, this is a very decent option. 

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Rating: 8.5.

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