With the models Harpoon, Ironclaw and Dark Core, Corsair already offers three different wireless gaming mice. Today, with the Katar Pro Wireless, another one is being added, which is also said to be particularly affordable.
Corsair promises a 10,000 DPI sensor and a battery life of up to 135 hours with a weight of only 96 g for the Katar Pro. In addition, the mouse can again be selected between an economical and a fast transfer mode based on WLAN or Bluetooth.
To start with, the mouse will cost 50 euros, which makes it slightly cheaper than the almost two-year-old and so far cheapest Harpoon. In return, Corsair will not use any lighting in the Katar Pro – an exceptional case for the company. Our following test will show whether the rest of the total package is enough to convince in practice.
|Connection:||USB-A adapter (2.4 GHz), Bluetooth|
|Battery:||battery/accumulator in AA size|
|Battery life:||up to 135h|
|Sensor:||Pixart PMW3325, 200-10,000 DPI|
|RGB-illumination:||No (Status-LED only)|
|Polling rate:||1,000 Hz|
|Dimensions:||116 x 64 x 38 mm|
Scope of delivery
When it comes to accessories, Corsair is simple: In addition to the mouse itself, the manufacturer also offers the WLAN receiver, three paper booklets with further information and an AA battery. For a connection via Bluetooth, the corresponding device must support the interface.