|Operating System||Windows 7, Vista, XP|
|Item Weight||10.6 ounces|
|Product Dimensions||12 x 6 x 3 inches|
|Item Dimensions L x W x H||12 x 6 x 3 inches|
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Corsair Vengeance M90 Performance MMO Gaming Mouse (CH-9000002-NA)
|Price:||$126.44 & FREE Shipping|
- Enthusiast grade 5700 dpi laser sensor - Maximum precision, ultra responsive mouse control for dominance over players with mice that have less accuracy or speed.
- 15 Intelligently positioned, buttons, including 9 Macro keys - Easily access abilities, macros, button combos, spells with the fully customizable buttons so you can keep complete focus on the encounter and not need to look for needed controls or your hand.
- Contoured fit , one piece aluminum frame designed and tuned for exceptional MMO/RTS gameplay. Features a design that is comfortable to the hand even for extended hours gaming sessions
- 48KB of on-board memory for storing up to six "on the go" profiles with active profile LED
- Lift detection - Allows for high precision tracking and cursor placement even when lifted off of the mousing surface. Even quick movements and repositions continue to provide smooth, reliable performance
- High mass scroll wheel - Switch weapons rapidly so you can easily select and use the right weapon or spell in your arsenal
- PTFE Glide Pads - Smooth performance that works allows the mouse to glide effortlessly across almost any surface.
- Omron left and right click switches rated for eight million operations
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From the Manufacturer
The Vengeance M90 Laser Gaming Mouse: optimized for MMO and RTS gaming.
Enthusiast-grade 5700 DPI laser sensor with on-the-fly adjustment
You get maximum precision and response from the Avago ADNS-9500 LaserStream gaming sensor, even on high resolution displays. Outpace and dominate opposing players with less accurate or slower gaming mice.
15 intelligently positioned buttons, including nine macro keys
The 15 fully programmable buttons are arranged and tuned for intuitive operation without compromising your grip. You get almost effortless access to your frequently-used abilities, macros, button combinations, and spells. Keep your focus on the game, and not the buttons.
Solid aluminum chassis with a soft touch surface
The strong aluminum frame is the secret to low weight, high rigidity, and optimal mass distribution. The texturized, soft-touch surfaces are designed for comfort even after extended hours of gameplay. In short... it's designed to simply feel right.
Vengeance Gaming Mouse Software
Create up to 50 profiles and share, import and export macros with the Vengeance gaming mouse software. It's a free download at corsair.com.
Quick profile selection with onboard memory
Play multiple games, with multiple character types? Store up to six profiles in memory on the Vengeance M90 laser gaming mouse, so you can easily save your character profiles, favorite macros and frequently used keys. Enjoy the convenience of always having your profiles and preferences even if you switch PCs.
On the fly DPI adjustment
Instantly adjust DPI for precise control when quick changes are needed between different sensitivity settings... all with the simple touch of a button.
When the action is fast and furious, you are constantly moving and repositioning your mouse. The M90 includes lift detection provides high precision tracking and reliable cursor placement even when lifted off of the mousing surface.
Selectable Response Time
Tune the performance for your desktop surface by choosing between four response times — 1000Hz, 500Hz, 250Hz, or 125Hz (1ms, 2ms, 4ms or 8ms).
High-mass scroll wheel
The solid metal, rubberized scroll wheel doesn't just feel great — it gives you the precision you need when selecting weapons. Precise tactile feedback and accuracy help make sure that you select the right weapon every time.
PTFE glide pads and surface detection
The low-friction glide pads ensure swift, precise movement with low effort, and the M90 automatically optimizes its performance for your desktop surface.
Corsair Vengeance: Designed for performance gaming
The gear that brings your gaming to the highest performance
Incredible responsiveness. Precise accuracy. Customizable, reliable controls. Intelligent design. The smallest details and the highly crafted refinements that make all the difference. Vengeance gaming peripherals aren't typical gaming devices, but elite mice, keyboards and headsets that allow you to perform at your highest level. Brought to you by Corsair — people enthusiastic about performance gaming.
The Corsair Advantage
With a long history of building enthusiast-grade memory and components, we've earned a reputation for quality, compatibility, and performance. Need help? We're available by phone call, email or web forum.
Contents and Specifications
- Vengeance M90 laser gaming mouse
- Warranty Card
- PC with USB port
- Windows 7, Windows Vista, or Windows XP
- Internet connection (for software and driver installation)
- At least 35MB of hard disk space
Top Customer Reviews
I love the look of the wire brushed Aluminum and blue lighting the M90 comes with. It's the same for all of Corsairs Vengeance line and it's a really rugged, weaponized look. I don't get to see as much of the aluminum as I want, since it's the base that the mouse is built upon. Also the Black Textured plastic is far more comfortable for my hands than Metal would have been.
The metal does lend itself to a good weight (150 grams) but not noticeably different compared to my old mouse (G9 @ 132 grams) which had 22 extra grams of weight added inside. To put 150 grams in prospective, that's the weight of an average Apple. No pun intended here iPhone users. There is no way to add or subtract weights to dial it in if you like it heavier or lighter. I prefer a heavier mouse so that's a bonus for users like me. I find it keeps my movements less twitchy.
Installing the Software:
At the time of this review the software is Beta version 2.12. I had no problem finding the software on the website and downloading it. There aren't any CDs in the box, but I don't normally use them since there's typically a better version out there on the manufacturers site (PC gamers know what I'm talking about). I also own a Corsair K90 Keyboard and it's nice to see they both share the same software. Less memory overhead is better for performance and sharing the same program helps lower that. I have to say there are LOADS of options here. It's enough to make your head spin, so I broke them down into sections.
It's a 1 millisecond polling rate mouse and it can be set to 2, 4 or 8ms. It defaults to 1 ms and that's good because that's the best for gaming. You will have a faster response time from the moment you click the mouse to the time it takes to fire in-game.Read more ›
One thing I did to ensure compatibility across all platforms was to bind all of the side buttons in the software as the F keys, (F1-F9) and simply reconfigured the key bindings in my favorite games. I never use the f keys anyway, and on my Corsair K60 those keys aren't mechanical. The buttons are hard to press at first, but after using the buttons a good bit over a week, it starts to become muscle memory. This technique is working great for me in SWTOR.
The key was turning off the UAC in windows 7 and setting the corsair software process to run as an admin (task manager -> right click process "K90Hid.exe"-> properties -> compatibility -> check run as administrator). Then you just click the macro record button (MR) and assign the buttons to whatever keys you would like on the keyboard. I chose the keypad numbers since I typically do not use these keys.
Sadly, the forward button on the side stopped working after a few hours so I will be returning this mouse. I am not sure if this has something to do with the software but every other button works fine.
Some other negatives:
Side mouse buttons are a bit stiff and some of the buttons are hard to press and maintain a decent grip on the mouse. I think the right side is possibly too smooth. The logitech g9 I have had for a while has a bit of an indention that you can hang on to which I find preferable to the Corsair setup. This could just be my personal tastes though.
I think the design of this mouse assumes that
a. You will never really pick it up while using it
b. You will use it while having your 3 middle fingers on top of the mouse otherwise the button behind the mouse wheel is impossible to use. (I typically use my ring finger and pinky to hold/stabalize the mouse on the right side)
All in all this mouse could be good in its next generation if manages to survive that long but the current version has some distinct flaws.
Tons of ways to customize it the software available from Corsair's website adds a lot of this
Its a little on the heavy side so its better for gaming
Its contoured well for my hand
super sensitive to customize how fast and far you want to move the mouse
the pads on the bottom are awesome, even without a mouse pad, though the mouse pad helps even more
Some programs dont support more than 5 buttons (Warcraft)
some of the buttons are in an odd place compared to most logitec mice, so it was a little rough to get used to
Thats all ive got in the way of cons, i really like this mouse
1. The software is fantastic. It takes a little getting used to, but once you figure it out, it is really straightforward, and has enough options to make this mouse function for any kind of game play.
2. It's heavy, good heavy. I pulled it out of the box, and was immediately impressed by the weight. I was a little wary of the lack of weight customization, but it's just right.
3. One of the only cons. The right-click is hyper sensitive, which will probably just take a little time to get used to after my crappy Copperhead, but I do keep accidentally right clicking things.
4. The side buttons are going to take getting used to as well, but they are laid out pretty well, save for the top left button. That one is a stretch for me with a palm grip, and my hands are pretty average size for a guy. I'll probably just have to learn to grip it a little farther forward, not a big deal. The button response is fantastic though.
5. The corsair logo on the back isn't a decal, or some sort of print, it is translucent, and contains a white LED, untackifying it immensely.
6. The right side, where your pinky/ring finger (depending on grip) rests, is a little bit grippier than the rest of the mouse. It's a neat feature.
Overall, as a player of multiple types of games, this mouse fits my needs perfectly. I'll be able to set it up for whatever I need. I would have to say that unless you only play FPS, this mouse is worth getting over the M60, by far.
Most Recent Customer Reviews
I really want to love this mouse. It should be so good, but it falls short in a few critical ways.
UPDATED 1/16/16 -- See note at bottom. Read more
I have large hands, and this mouse has the right size and weight to it, but the wheel is finicky: scrolling down often causes it to intermittently scroll UP. Read morePublished 2 months ago by Arlen
Scroll wheel died after a year......known problem apparently by Corsair but they have yet to offer a solution. Read morePublished 4 months ago by aaron braun
It's a solid gaming mouse, but all the thumb buttons are extremely stiff, to the point that they are too difficult to use while gaming for me.Published 4 months ago by D. Wallace
i love it have had it for over a year no problems i got mine for 60$ not 129$Published 4 months ago by R. Leonard
GREAT FEEL! Its like Butter in my hand (but not sticky =D afterwards).
Very ergonomic - beyond description!
The macro button placement is superb. Read more
A mouse has just two primary functions: 1) Translate physical motion of the mouse into cursor movement and 2) Accept clicks and scroll wheel inputs. Read morePublished 12 months ago by Ryan