|Series||IRONCLAW RGB WIRELESS Gaming Mouse|
|Item model number||CH-9317011-NA|
|Item Weight||4.6 ounces|
|Product Dimensions||5.12 x 3.15 x 1.77 inches|
|Item Dimensions LxWxH||5.12 x 3.15 x 1.77 inches|
|Batteries||1 Lithium Polymer batteries required. (included)|
|Is Discontinued By Manufacturer||No|
|Date First Available||April 25, 2019|
Corsair Ironclaw Wireless RGB - FPS and MOBA Gaming Mouse - 18,000 DPI Optical Sensor - Sub-1 ms SLIPSTREAM Wireless
|Movement Detection Technology||Optical|
About this item
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- Three modes of connection: hyper fast, sub 1ms Slipstream Corsair Wireless technology, low latency Bluetooth, or USB wired
- Contoured shape that's sculpted specifically for palm grips and larger hands, giving you comfort when it counts
- Custom PixArt PMW3391 native 18, 000 DPI optical sensor with 1 DPI resolution steps for ultra accurate tracking and accuracy
- Ten fully programmable buttons to customize the way you play, with powerful macros and key Remaps TO give you an in game advantage
- Ultra durable Omron switches rated for more than 50 million clicks
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Contoured shape that’s sculpted specifically for palm grips and larger hands, giving you comfort when it counts.
A custom Pixart PMW3391 native 18,000 DPI optical sensor offers ultra-accurate tracking, adjustable in 1 DPI resolution steps for total sensitivity customization.
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The Corsair ironclaw RGB wireless gaming mouse combines an ultra-accurate native 18, 000 DPI optical sensor with a durable contoured shape that's ideal for larger hands and palm grips. Easily connect to your PC via hyper-fast, sub-1ms Slipstream Corsair wireless technology, Bluetooth or USB wired connection, with up to 50 hours of battery life. Powerful Corsair CUE software allows you to precisely tune sensitivity in 1 DPI steps, customize the ten programmable buttons with macros or remaps, and synchronize your mouse's three-zone RGB lighting with all your icue-compatible Corsair Devices. With the freedom of wireless and The customizable precision you need to take your game play higher, take victory in hand with the Corsair ironclaw RGB wireless.
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Mousewheel, as others have stated, breaks easily. Ridiculously cheap. My logitech I've had for years never broke like this, and it isn't like I'm smashing the mouse wheel. After one month of use, one of the points where the mousewheel attaches seems to have broken, as that side caves into the mouse body and no longer functions. Really bummed, what a waste of money and no means to return it. :(
Major disappointment. The mouse is advertised to be a palm grip style mouse, yet the name says Claw in it, and the marketing pictures show players using a claw style grip with this mouse. That's exactly what it's meant to be. The size of the mouse is large, which i love, but the hump is in the center, closer to the finger. If the hump was farther back towards the palm, this mouse would be perfect. My hand was cramping after about 4 hours of gameplay due to it's awkward shape. I love a big mouse, but this one is just designed wrong. It's almost as if they used a small hand in a palm style grip to design the shape. If you have large hands and play palm, this mouse probably wont work for you.
Other than that, I love the icue software and the look of the mouse. Just needs to be redesigned.
the most comfortable mouse I have used. Long time g502 and g602 user here. I've been looking for a replacement for both, something with the functionality of the g602 and quality sensor of the g502. This is probably about as close as one can get. It has a wide range of functions despite the pitfalls of the iCUE software. The sensor tracks well and even in wireless mode (haven't bothered with Bluetooth) it's smooth and didn't miss a beat. Once setup (and figuring out how to get the buttons to actually work in iCUE) it's great and offers a lot of flexibility. Also note, it came with a full charge out of the box. The textures DO NOT feel cheap, quite the opposite. It's also easy to get the colors to match the keyboard or whatever if you are into that.
It really needs more DPI options. The g502 has 5 settings you can adjust. It feels a little useless to have such a DPI range you can't actually use completely, but if I'm honest that's nit picking. Also, the scroll wheel won't free wheel or have left and right clicks. Again that's a nit pick, I don't care too much about those YMMV.
-Really, let's talk about the bad iCUE software-
I've used it for some time and expected the usual quirks about weird toggle switches but really, this was not a great experience, beyond that Corsair doesn't have (at least I couldn't find a How To, and everything else on the internet is for different mice. I had no problem figuring out how to assign buttons, it's that they wouldn't work, or would start doing something else when games were up. Really a huge oversight that Corsair needs to address asap.
-Firmware updates and iCUE updates need to send promotes to the desktop! Seriously, I had to update iCUE, and had the "Macro Function is broken, please fix install of iCUE" message in the tiny corner. Turns out another update was needed, and amazingly the buttons that didn't work started working again. At least there was a fix, but I think something is still very wrong with button mapping. It should be separate from macros honestly.
So for anyone coming here looking for advice on how to setup the buttons here's my advice.
This should only apply to buttons you are remapping for keystrokes.
1. Make sure you are completely up to date on firmware and iCUE software.
2. Create an action and select the action.
3. Choose which button you want to reprogram on the right side.
4. BEFORE YOU DO ANYTHING ELSE. At the bottom where it says MACRO Select Advanced Settings and select "retain original key output"
5. Select the MACRO drop down and select keystroke
6. in the box perform which keystroke you want the button on the mouse to do
7. on the Advanced tab for keystroke select retain original key output again.
REMEMBER you shouldn't have to check retain key output for mouse functions (i.e. DPI changes, Back etc)
This is a lot of work for something other companies do in seconds. now to my main issue..
Selecting the mouse button to perform anything on the numpad didn't work at first.
Selecting the mouse to perform a Function key, or any of the predefined options in the drop down (other than keystroke) doesn't work as of the time of writing this review (which has taken way too long)
So stick with remapping with keystrokes for now I guess. Hopefully corsair will fix all this and I'll come back and give this thing 5 stars, because I really want to, but iCUE just sucks. But it can be worked around. I have attached some pictures of what my remap looks like and the key output options.
Good luck everyone.
The iCUE software while being a complete disaster of user interface design, also causes odd system performance issues like flickering monitor, random CPU spikes, and mouse lag whenever it is open. Doing a simple task like setting a keybind to a button and saving to the mouse hardware requires some really convoluted and roundabout workflow. Every time you want to make a change you'll have to go through a process to save the changes to the mouse, like you are flashing the firmware all over again. Other modern programmable mouse software do not require this kind of workflow and save their changes instantly, so I don't know why this mouse is stuck with early 2000's firmware technology.
Speaking of hardware profiles, it was very disappointing to find out that the iCUE software restricts you on what buttons you can program. So the end result is that you are left with useless un-programmable buttons because of course you would never want to use a software profile and leave the invasive iCUE software open on your system.
The only good thing I can say about this mouse is that I love the button layout, and I really hope we see more start adopting similar layouts so I can then throw this one in the trash and get something else.
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The Ironclaw is PURE comfort - the grip is absolutely perfect, it feels tailor made. It has a perfect grip and concave indentation for the thumb AND pinkie/ring fingers which make for flawless lift and stability.
The two side buttons are perfect perfect perfect - they're a nice bold size and perfectly placed
There's even a very pleasing slight concave to the right and left mouse buttons which nestle your click fingers perfectly.
The scroll wheel is a tiny bit too sensitive in the sense that if you're playing something like Dark Souls where you need to target with the middle-mouse button, you need to control your click a bit, but otherwise just fine.
It would have been awesome to have LED on the scroll wheel (similar to the Scimitar Pro, Sabre and M65 Elite because I find that a very elegant LED feature
I give this a very confident 5/5 - this is the most solid and comfortable mouse I've ever used - what a gem!!
It is portable and works great with android thanks to the onboard profiles.
Not ideal button placement, as I still have occasional issues accurately hitting the 2 buttons on the left side of left click with outhitting both or the left button at the same time. But like all mice as you get used to the layout it becomes easier.
Fits my hands good (smaller hands might have issues).
2 main gripes.
-in cordless mode (on board memory slots, not driver stored) you cannot bind the 2 buttons behind the mouse wheel, they are always profile up and down. While this can be handy for using across multiple surface types, a choice to keep eith one profile with 2 more buttons would be appreciated.
-in corded mode it occasionally loses button functionality for a t lead the forward and backwards buttons (which I've re-bound), seems to happen when using these buttons a lot (one isy Melee button). When this happens the only way I have been able to do to get them back is unplugging and reseating the microUSB. This has never happened to me wireless.
Los botones extra estan bien ubicados y son cómodos de usar.
La batería le dura aprox entre 1 día y medio y 2 con los leds encendidos.
EDIT: Solo me duro 6 meses, el scroll se rompió y lo tengo funcionando así, no apliqué la garantía ya que hay que enviarlo a Estados Unidos y el envío me sale en $1,000. La peor compra que he hecho en mi vida. Una pena ya que me sentía cómodo con el mouse, habrá que regresar al G502 en su versión inalámbrica.