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Corsair Vengeance M60 FPS Gaming Mouse Review

Throughout our tests, the Corsair Vengeance M60 performed very well and felt similar to the M90 during operation. We didn’t notice any lapses in tracking during our tests. The 5700 DPI laser sensor should be enough for those who game at very high sensitivity levels.

When testing the mouse in Call of Duty, we found the ‘sniper mode’ button quite useful as it temporarily drops down the sensitivity for precise shooting. We feel that it might work better as an easy to access toggle switch, though, as it can be a little restricting to hold the button down.

Despite being quite a heavy mouse, the Vengeance M60 glides smoothly with little effort. This is thanks to the five PFTE glide pads that are located on the underside of the mouse, which reduce friction.

Overall, our impressions of the Corsair Vengeance M60 are positive and it makes an excellent mouse for FPS gamers. It offers a winning combination of solid build quality and attractive aesthetics. We found the mouse wheel on the M60 to be far preferable to that of the M90 as it can be operated with a greater deal of precision.

Both the M60 and M90 are heavy mice due to the aluminium chassis that Corsair have chosen to use. So, if you prefer a lightweight mouse, you should probably look elsewhere.

An important factor to consider for every gamer is the price. The Corsair Vengeance M60 is currently on the market for a shade under £50 at Aria.co.uk. We feel that this is quite reasonable value considering it is cheaper than alternatives such as the SteelSeries Xai.


  • Premium build quality.
  • Smooth glide.
  • Attractive aesthetics.
  • FPS sensitivity button.


  • It is a heavy mouse which might not suit everyone.

KitGuru says: Another impressive mouse from Corsair

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Rating: 8.0.

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