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Corsair iCUE comes to macOS

Corsair has been one of the industry leaders for several years now when it comes to RGB lighting and peripheral software settings. The iCUE software has been a big part of that and now, macOS users can access those advantages too.

Today, Corsair launched the macOS version of iCUE with support for RGB keyboards, mice, headsets and other accessories, so Mac users can light up their desks too. The macOS version of Corsair iCUE supports all headsets currently shipping, including the Virtuoso RGB wireless, which we reviewed recently. Other popular Corsair devices like the K70 RGB MK.2 keyboard, M65 RGB Elite mouse, MM800 RGB Polaris mouse pad and the ST100 RGB headset stand are also supported.

The iCUE interface links all Corsair peripherals in one application, giving you access to settings for each. You'll be using this for custom lighting effects and other controls, like setting up macros or shortcuts on a keyboard or mouse, or adjusting mouse sensitivity etc. Your various settings can be saved as profiles too, so if you have a few different settings you like, you can load up different profiles to adjust things on the fly.

Corsair iCUE can be downloaded for Windows or macOS, HERE.

KitGuru Says: Corsair has done a great job evolving and improving iCUE over the years. There might not be as many gamers on macOS but there are bound to be Mac users out there that will appreciate full support for Corsair's highly rated peripherals. 

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