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Corsair IronClaw RGB Mouse Review

Rating: 8.5.

The Corsair IronClaw RGB has been designed with the palm grip user in mind, with a larger ergonomic shape. Although a bigger mouse it is impressively light at 105 grams, and hosts a large number of top features such as 7 fully remappable buttons, 2 zone RGB lighting and Corsair iCUE support. With an MRSP of £54.99 is this enough to make it stand out from the competition?

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  • Model: IronClaw RGB
  • Colour: Black
  • USB cable: Braided 1.8m
  • Software: Corsair iCue
  • Button number: 7
  • Switches: Omron
  • Dimensions: 130.0 X 80.0 X 45.0mm
  • LED: 2 Zone RGB
  • Sensor: Pixart PMW3391
  • Sensor Type: Optical
  • DPI: 100 – 18,000 with 1 DPI steps
  • Polling rate: 1000Hz
  • Weight: 105g

Box Contents:

  • Corsair Iron Claw RGB Mouse.
  • Quickstart, Warranty Guide.


  • Solid build quality
  • Lightweight at only 105g
  • Comfortable ergonomic shape
  • Highly customizable lighting and functionality with Corsair iCUE
  • 7 fully customizable buttons


  • Scroll wheel feels a little mushy
  • Plastic opening at the base of the mouse could damage your mouse pad
  • Lighting could be brighter

The Corsair IronClaw RGB is not yet available in the UK, however, its MRSP is £54.99 and we have been told to expect availability by ____

KitGuru says: The Corsair IronClaw RGB Mouse packs in loads of useful features, including full customizability and RGB lighting whilst avoiding somewhat unnecessary ones. With a super comfortable ergonomic shape, if you’re looking for a palm grip mouse, for £54.99 it’s a brilliant option.

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Rating: 8.5.

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