|Item Weight||4.3 ounces|
|Product Dimensions||4.75 x 3.04 x 1.67 inches|
|Item model number||CH-9304011-NA|
|Batteries||1 AA batteries required.|
|Is Discontinued By Manufacturer||No|
|Number of Items||1|
|Manufacturer Part Number||CH-9304011-NA|
Corsair Scimitar Pro RGB - MMO Gaming Mouse - 16,000 DPI Optical Sensor - 12 Programmable Side Buttons - Yellow
|Movement Detection Technology||Optical|
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- Exclusive key Slider macro button control system. Compatibility - A PC with a USB port , Windows 10, Windows 8 or Windows 7 , An internet connection is required to download the Corsair Utility Engine software
- 12 optimized mechanical side buttons designed to Pro player specifications for consistent tactile feedback and precise actuation. Textured side button keycaps provide enhanced grip and feel
- The patent pending design provides 8mm of key travel with secure lock to ensure every button is within reach. Surface calibration tuning Utility: optimizes sensor precision and responsiveness for your playing surface
- Onboard storage with hardware macro playback: three predefined profiles include actions common for MMO gaming as well as General purpose keyboard shortcuts
- Custom, gaming Grade 16000 DPI Optical sensor: ultra-accurate and high-speed tracking Engine. Cable: 1.8 meter. Connectivity : Wired
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Supercharge Your MOBA and MMO Gameplay
The Scimitar Pro RGB gaming mouse advances your game with custom 16000 DPI optical sensor, on-board profile storage with hardware macro playback and pro-proven Key Slider macro button control system.
Exclusive Key Slider System
Adjust button positions up to 8mm and securely lock them into place with a patent-pending macro control system that keeps every key within reach for any playstyle. Textured side button keycaps enhance grip and feel for consistent, tactile feedback and precision control.
Refined Button Design
The 12 mechanical side buttons are designed to pro player specifications for consistent tactile feedback and precise actuation. Textured side button keycaps provide enhanced grip and feel.
Take Your Game On The Road
As long as you have your mouse, you have your preferred settings. Three predefined MMO/MOBA profiles or create your own profile with custom actions and lighting effects.
Zero in on your Target
Make every move count with an ultra-accurate, 16000 dpi high-speed tracking engine that allows settings down to 1 DPI steps and fine-tuning to virtually any mouse pad.
The SCIMITAR Pro RGB gaming mouse advances your game with the innovative, customizable key Slider macro button control system. A native 16000 DPI Optical sensor with 1 DPI resolution steps enables High accuracy performance. Onboard storage with up to three gaming profiles allows you to use your settings on the go.
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|Item Dimensions||4.75 x 3.04 x 1.67 inches||1.60 x 2.90 x 4.60 inches||4.69 x 2.93 x 1.69 inches||1.57 x 2.95 x 5.20 inches||4.60 x 3.00 x 1.50 inches|
|Item Weight||4.32 ounces||0.50 lbs||4.16 ounces||4.32 ounces||7.80 ounces|
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The scroll wheel is one solid piece of plastic, with the bar/pin being a solid piece to the wheel. The cog with the teeth on the left side or the mechanism that actually does the scrolling is separate. OK. So the gear has a hole that is hexagonal for the wheel pin to sit in to work, but the end of the pin had broken off... after removing the piece that had broken off I really laughed. It was probably no bigger than 1mm in size and upon trying to fit the 2 back together to see if it was worth trying to super glue, I noticed that from the pin to where the notched piece was attached to fit into the gear, the pin went from thick to narrow and then back to the notched piece being thick...designed to fail?
Cons: The scroll wheel abruptly failed to operate 14 months after I first started using it. And DANG! Right in the middle of a battle!!
Is this mouse only good for a years use more or less? I like Corsair products and have many of them on this build. BUT a mouse?! failing? This is one of their best mice?!
Corsair support was great and sent a replacement mouse very fast.
UPDATE: June 24, 2020. The replacement mouse failed 14 months later. The left mouse button works intermittently. What the HECK! I would not recommend this mouse. For this price I was supposed to get a premium mouse. WRONG! No more Corsair mice for me. Costs too much to buy another mouse every 14 months!!
Many people are claiming the set up is hard, it’s not. The issue is that the numbers are not bound when you buy the mouse. All you have to do is download the CUE software and bind the keys to whatever you want. In my case, I rebound the keys to 1-9 and -, =. It took all of 3 mins and it was done. YouTube is a heck of a resource!
I would definitely recommend this mouse to anyone. I love it!
Now that being said, the moment Corsair fixes the software, this would go up to 6 stars if it could! The thing is comfortable, quiet, looks nice and is much easier than I anticipated to get used to. Until the day that happens, try a Naga instead.
Unfortunate the icue software is utter garbage. Allow me to explain. First, you can't save your profile onto the on board memory. It's actually all loaded via the icue software. So the moment you close the software your custom macros, keybinds etc are reverted back to stock. If you don't intend to use any customization to the default profile then I suppose this is a non-issue. Or rather, it would be if it weren't for the next issue with icue.
iCue *uses a significant amount of your gpu while open or in the background*. You heard me correctly. I have a 2080ti and it uses 2-3% of my gpu constantly, for no reason. This affects performance when playing a game that is utilizing the full 100%. Not to mention that people with more common gpus such as the 1660ti will notice significantly higher utilization.
Disabling the rgb lowers this to about half, but here's another fun fact: you can't disable *all* the lighting. So there is always this white light even though everything else is disabled. Looks bad and is just a silly thing to not be able to disable. Some people (like myself) don't like lighting as it's distracting when I'm trying to watch TV late at night.
This mouse is also very heavy and has a poor bottom design that lightly drags/scrapes the mouse pad. This won't damage the mouse pad (perhaps over time though) but causes the mouse to feel heavier than it is as it's constantly dragging.
Mouse feet are decent, not as good as my model O's or hyperglides but it's hard to judge because of the weight and drag issue.
Scroll wheel seems doomed to break. It looks awesome though. But it doesn't feel too solid and others have reported it breaking on them consistently.
All in all this mouse is a hard pass. I'm sticking with my g pro and accepting the fact that there are no good mmo mice at the moment.
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I used a Razer Naga since around 2013 I think. I had gone through 2 of them, the second one being in the pictures attached. Both Naga's had the same problem after several months of use - the sensor would become trash. Either it would move in a choppy manner, or it would stop tracking for a good 5-10 seconds. I've done everything possible to try to fix the tracking issue, but ultimately to no avail. What did seem to fix it temporarily was removing the circular sticker around the sensor. Moreover, the left click on my first naga eventually stopped working properly.
SCIMITAR PRO EXPERIENCE:
Although I've only had the mouse for two days, I can say I have high hopes since the build looks to be of proper quality and I have not heard of people complaining about Corsair mice. On the other hand it seems nearly everyone who has a Naga complains about it's awful sensor. The only thing to note about the Scimitar is the 12 buttons are spaced closer together in comparison to the Naga. This is no problem for me whatsoever, and I would gladly get used to the Scimitar's number pad than deal with the cheap quality of Razer mice. The weight and shape of both mice feel generally the same for me.
Overall, I prefer the Scimitar over the Razer Naga.
Mouse also fits great in my hands, and mine are fairly small. Upgrading from a Corsair Harpoon I expected this to be on the large side. But with the support piece on the right side it wraps your palm and fingers comfortably. Would absolutely recommend to anyone looking for a MMO or “keybind hell game” mouse.
The soft touch finish is durable, the non pro version had some wear issues, but after using this mouse for well over 6 months, it hasn't shown any wear at all. Finger oil/sweat does put imprints onto the mouse, but they can be wiped off fairly easily. Corsair's CUE has slowly improved over the years and it's now decently easy to program lighting effects for the mouse, although it's still not perfect and some actions requires more effort/steps than necessary.
The mouse is nicely put together, but if you're coming from something like a Logitech MX Master that is built like a tank, the Scimitar will feel more like a toy, but this likely won't be an issue for most people. The lack of smooth scrolling hurts its ability to be an everyday mouse, if you use your scroll wheel a lot for browsing up and down webpages or spreadsheets, the ratchet only scroll wheel just doesn't cut it.
Overall, good versatile and dedicated gaming mouse. If you can only use 1 mouse for gaming and everyday tasks, look for something else.