We've reviewed seven Corsair mice to date. They make a wide range of computer accessories, most of which cater to gamers. While we have only reviewed seven mice by Corsair so far, we will be reviewing more soon and will update this article when we do.
These are the best Corsair mice that we've tested.
The best Corsair mouse for FPS gaming that we've tested so far is the Corsair M65 RGB Elite. This wired mouse feels amazingly well-built thanks to its sturdy aluminum frame that also houses a thumb rest and a small pinky rest. Its right-hand design is best suited for a palm or claw grip by all except those with large hands, while those with small hands will struggle when using a fingertip grip. It also offers remarkable performance and has a wide CPI range that can be altered in increments of 1 for precise personal preference. It has eight programmable buttons, including a dedicated sniper button. Sadly, the cable can be quite stiff which means it retains a lot of kinks from the box, which may annoy some people. A good wireless alternative is the Corsair IRONCLAW RGB Wireless, a decent FPS mouse with a ton of programmable buttons, but it's quite bulky and heavy.
Unfortunately, its wheel doesn't support horizontal scrolling or L/R tilt, so if you plan to make this a multipurpose mouse, you may be disappointed if you plan on using it at work. That being said, click latency is very low at 13ms so even hardcore gamers should find it difficult to notice any lag. Overall, this is the best Corsair mice we've tested for FPS games.
If you're in need of a mouse that has many buttons to maximize your performance, check out the Corsair Scimitar Pro RGB. This wired right-handed mouse has 17 buttons, 12 of which are on a side panel that can be adjusted for maximum comfort. You can switch between saved profiles and your CPI settings at the press of a button. You can reprogram all of the buttons through Corsair's iCUE software, as well as customize its four RGB zones. The build quality and design feel excellent, thanks in part to its aluminum frame, but that comes at the cost of it being a bulkier option that's a bit on the heavy side. It's suitable for all grip types with most hand sizes, though small hands may have a tough time with a fingertip grip, while extra-large hands may find it too small for a palm grip. The mouse uses an optical sensor that has a wide CPI range and it has a high polling rate that allows for your mouse to move smoothly. It has great click latency and competitive gamers shouldn't notice any delays. There are buttons that are specific for switching between these profiles and even switching your CPI settings.
Unfortunately, it's a bit on the heavier side and it doesn't come with any weight optimization. Thankfully, moving it from one device to another is easy thanks to its on-board memory, which allows you to save all of your profiles to the mouse. Overall, this is one of the best MMO mice we've tested and is a great choice for fighting the hordes.
If you want to have a great gaming experience but don't want to spend a fortune, the Corsair M55 RGB Pro is the best budget Corsair mouse that we've tested to date. This wired mouse feels quite comfortable in both hands thanks to its ambidextrous design and is comfortable in any grip type except by those who have small hands. There are rubber grips on its sides along with two buttons that can be reprogrammed within the iCUE software, along with every other button. Despite being a budget offering, it still has RGB lighting on the logo and the back. The max CPI range should be more than high enough for most people and can be further customized inside iCUE, while click latency is low enough that gamers shouldn't notice delays.
Unfortunately, it tends to overshoot when it's moved slowly and undershoot when moved quickly, which can prove troublesome if you're playing competitively. Like all Corsair mice, its cable can be quite stiff and can create some drag on your desk. Overall, if you don't want to shell out the cash on something expensive, this is the best budget Corsair mouse we've tested.
Corsair makes a fairly wide range of gaming mice that should suit anyone's personal preference. They're known for making very durable-feeling mice that are extremely customizable on both Windows and macOS.
Corsair makes a wide range of gaming mice designed for different uses, from FPS to MMO. Almost every Corsair mouse we've tested so far feels extremely well-made, and even their budget mice have a great build quality. Most of their mice have an understated design and are less flashy than some options from other companies.