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Corsair Glaive RGB Pro Gaming Mouse Review

The gaming mouse “Glaive” is already almost two years old. Corsair now presented the following Pro model, which is intended to offer even more practical advantages. We have taken on the task of testing the device, which costs around 80 euros, once. What we have found out and how we assess the new pro mouse, you can read in our test report.

Design and Workmanship

The device is almost completely in black, which makes it look very discreet and inconspicuous at first. This is no longer necessarily the case when the LED lighting is switched on. The LED zones can be found in the logo and in the form of decorative stripes on the right and left sides.

The mouse lies well in the hand. The anti-slip coating is particularly striking – even in the heat of battle, the mouse should not slip out of the hand. We were also positively impressed by the fact that the coating also keeps fingerprints away from the mouse – it appears to be of higher quality overall and probably looks much longer as good as new.

The Glaive RGB Pro also has six programmable buttons. One of these buttons is the mouse wheel made of rubberized aluminum. The two main buttons are equipped with Omron switches, which are expected to have a lifetime of up to 50 million clicks.

The weight of the mouse is about 115 grams and is unfortunately not adjustable. All in all, both design and workmanship appeal to us. No real points of criticism can be found here. As with its predecessor, Corsair seems to attach great importance to high-quality materials, harmonious design and outstanding workmanship.

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Simon Lüthje

I am co-founder of this blog and am very interested in everything that has to do with technology, but I also like to play games. I was born in Hamburg, but now I live in Bad Segeberg.

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