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Corsair M75 Wireless Mouse Review

Rating: 8.0.

Corsair are adding the M75 Wireless to their extensive range of gaming mice. This time around, their new gaming peripheral aims to serve everyone, with the key feature being that it has magnetically attached, interchangeable side buttons. This makes the M75 Wireless a truly ambidextrous mouse.

Timestamps:
00:00 Start
00:36 Details / Pricing / Design
02:33 Side buttons
03:39 RGB is back
04:30 Underside / weight
05:12 Build quality
07:07 Sensor / switches / polling rate
08:31 Sound test
08:53 Connectivity / cable
09:28 Battery life
10:02 Real world gaming
10:58 Software support
12:50 Closing thoughts

Specifications:

  • 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 – 2 zones
  • USB Report Rate – Up to 1,000Hz hyper-polling
  • Battery Charging – Charges via USB to computer
  • Battery Type – Built-in lithium-polymer, rechargeable
  • Battery Life
    • 2.4GHz SLIPSTREAM: 65hrs with RGB on
    • Bluetooth®: 120hrs with RGB on
    • 2.4GHz SLIPSTREAM: Up to 105hrs with RGB off
    • Bluetooth®: Up to 210hrs with RGB off.
  • Color – Black
  • Mouse Feet 100% PTFE
  • Wired Connectivity USB 2.0 Type-A (Type-C to Type-A cable)
  • Cable – 1.8m / 6ft
  • iCUE (Software) – Supported
  • Dimensions – 128(L) x 64.6(W) x 42(H) mm / 5.04”(L) x 2.56”(W) x 1.64”(H)
  • Weight – (w/o cable and accessories) 89g / 0.196 lbs
  • Warranty – Two years

You can buy the M75 Wireless Mouse directly from Corsair.

Pros:

  • Great for left handed users
  • Innovative side button switching
  • Good battery life
  • Good RGB

Cons:

  • Feels a little lost in the Corsair mouse lineup for right handed users
  • Scroll wheel has side to side play
  • Side buttons move slightly
  • Side buttons still click when blanked off

KitGuru says: If you're left handed and are specifically looking for a new Corsair mouse then it's definitely worth a look. However, if you're right handed, then some of the other options from Corsair just make more sense. 

 

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Rating: 8.0.

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