|Item Weight||5.9 ounces|
|Product Dimensions||4.6 x 2.8 x 1.5 inches|
|Item model number||CH-9300011-NA|
|Manufacturer Part Number||CH-9300011-NA|
Corsair Gaming M65 Pro RGB FPS Gaming Mouse, Backlit RGB LED, 12000 DPI, Optical
|Price:||$39.99 & FREE Shipping. Details|
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- 12000 DPI high-accuracy sensor: custom tuned, gaming grade sensor for pixel-precise tracking
- Aircraft-grade aluminum structure: light weight, durability, and optimal mass distribution
- Advanced weight tuning system: set the center of gravity to match your play style
- Surface calibration tuning utility: Optimizes sensor precision and responsiveness for your playing surface
- Optimized sniper button positioning: take advantage of on-the-fly DPI switching to instantly match mouse speed to gameplay demands
- Harness the Power of CUE: don't just configure your mouse - program it with double macros, custom RGB lighting, and more
- Eight strategically placed buttons: gain an advantage by customizing your button configuration and play your way
- High-capacity Omron switches rated for 20 million clicks: ensure reliable performance that holds up through even the longest campaigns.
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Technology you need. Customization to make it your own. Quality to last.
The M65 PRO RGB features a 12000 DPI optical sensor that provides pixel-precise tracking and advanced surface calibration support. The aircraft-grade aluminum frame gives it low weight, and at the same time, extremely high durability. Use the advanced weight tuning system to set the center of gravity to match your play style, and harness the power of CUE for advanced button configuration, macro programming, and three-zone RGB backlighting customization.
Aircraft-grade aluminum structure
The unibody aluminum frame provides a lightweight body, excellent durability and optimal mass distribution.
Advanced weight tuning system
Three adjustable tuning zones enable you to customize the weight and set the center of gravity of your M65 PRO RGB to match your play style.
Extra-large PTFE glide pads
The M65 PRO RGB is designed with low-friction contact points to ensure a great feel and swift, precise movement with minimal effort.
Eight strategically placed buttons
Gain an advantage by customizing your button configuration and play your way.
High-capacity Omron switches
Rated for 20 million clicks: ensure reliable performance that holds up through even the longest campaigns.
High-mass scroll wheel
Rubberized exterior is wrapped around a metallic core for great feel, effortless control and tactile precision.
Optimized sniper button positioning
Take advantage of on-the-fly DPI switching to instantly match mouse speed to gameplay demands.
The M65 PRO RGB is a competition-grade FPS gaming mouse with the technology you need to win, the flexibility to make it your own, and the build quality to last. The high-accuracy 12000 DPI sensor provides pixel-precise tracking and advanced surface calibration support, and the aircraft-grade aluminum frame gives it low weight and high durability. Use the advanced weight tuning system to set the center of gravity to match your play style, and harness the power of CUE for advanced button configuration, macro programming, and three-zone RGB backlighting customization.
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1. OLEDs in the logo and the mousewheel. They are absolutely gorgeous, easily the best implementation of LEDs I've seen on a mouse.
2. They painted the aluminum metal chassis black to match the color of the plastic body. It is also beautiful, and a great little aesthetic choice by them. Similar look to the M45 Raptor
3. They changed the sensor from a ADNS-9800 laser sensor to a PMW3360 optical sensor. Incase you are unaware, the 3360 is the non-exclusive version of the best optical sensor on the market, the 3366 (of g303 and g502 notable fame). For any serious gamer, this was an incredible change to see.
4. They added a gritty texture to the side panels of the mouse, to allow for better gripping. It works as intended, and I frankly liked it alot. It may not be for everyone, however. I would describe it best as a well-done soft sandpaper texture. (No.. it will not make your fingers raw)
5. They moved the sniper button from just-out-of-thumbs reach to right on top of your thumb. As in, in order to hold the mouse, your thumb WILL be on the button. This is the only change that I disagree with, as I did not want to use that button for my purposes. With that said, others may very well enjoy the ease of access for such a button. It took some getting used-to to be gripping a button like that at all times, but did not feel awkward after a couple hours.
The weight of the mouse is adjustable by a total of 20 g, from ~140 g to ~120 g. IMO, the low-end is still too high by most "serious" gamer standards, but can absolutely be used and adapted to by anyone.
The weight distribution of this mouse is great. No complaints there.
The look is awesome, possibly the best-looking mouse I've ever seen.
Sensor is state-of-the-art, and that's not hyperbole. the 3360 is the best available.
All major clicks feel great. However, Corsair is not well-regarded in their click latency. AFAIK it's about 10 ms longer than a ec2-a control in numerous tests. 1/100 of a second is not a major deal, but it is worth noting.
The shape is best-designed for primarily in the claw grip. It fits my hand well (I'm 19cm long and 11 cm wide)
The length to width ratio is somewhere close to 1.35, which is not what most people are accustomed to in a mouse. It does take getting used to.
The software provided by Corsair is top-notch.
OVERALL, I would give this mouse a solid 9/10, and would recommend it to serious gamers looking to try something different.
With that said, this mouse, in a M45 plastic body, (and at ~90 g instead of 120 g) with the sniper button moved back to its previous position, would warrant a 10/10.
For this review, I'll be comparing this mouse to the Logitech G502. I recently purchased both mice and have had a few weeks to use both. They are two of the most popular gaming mice on the market and direct competitors, so this comparison should prove useful for some.
First off, this is the most beautiful mouse I've ever seen. The build quality is incredible and a huge step above any mouse I've used before. The aluminum chassis, rubberized top and sandpaper-like sides make for an incredibly well crafted device. The switches have what I would consider elegant actuation, with good tactile feel that is smooth with a satisfying, muted click noise. The scroll wheel feels elegant as well, with a really nice rubber material and super smooth scrolling action. The LED implementation is also really nice, with a beautifully lit scroll wheel area and brilliant illumination on the back of the mouse. This mouse illuminates the mouse pad and just looks really great, with the option to cycle through the RGB colors or use static colors. In short, its the best built and best looking mouse I've seen, and possibly the best looking peripheral I've ever used- on par with Corsair's gorgeous keyboards. Compared to the G502, this mouse is a step above in build quality and looks.
The tracking on this mouse is excellent. It contains a pixart 3360 sensor, regarded as the best optical sensor on the market. The tracking is extremely accurate. The G502 contains a 3366 (Logitech's variant of the same sensor), so they are very similar. Having said that, I do feel that the G502 is slightly more accurate and responsive. Its hard to articulate what the difference is, its more of a feel you get using both mice. The G502 just seems to track basically perfectly, whereas I did have slightly more trouble aiming with pinpoint accuracy with this mouse. In reality though, the difference would probably be imperceptible to most users.
The location of the "sniper button" is right where your thumb would normally rest. This would present a problem, but the button does require decent actuation force, so I never found myself accidentally activating it while playing. I was able to lift the mouse just fine as well. I do like the location of the "sniper button" on the G502 a bit more, where its located just at the tip of your thumb. It totally prevents any accidental press of the button, and just felt a little more natural to me.
Now we get to the main issue I have with this mouse, and the reason I deducted one star. The shape and weight of this mouse will not be for everyone. Its shorter than most mice, while also being a bit stocky and wide. I use a fingertip type grip where my palm sort of floats above the top surface of the mouse, so I didn't have much of an issue adapting to the shape. However for those with a true palm grip, I doubt they would find this mouse comfortable. I think its probably made mostly for claw grip, and probably most fingertip users will find it comfortable as well (such as myself). However in comparison to the G502, this M65 is decidedly less comfortable. The G502 fits me like a glove. I especially like the extended thumb rest on the G502, and I prefer the grippy textured sides to the sandpaper-like sides of this M65. Aiming and lifting just feels more natural on the G502 for me.
The weight of this mouse is probably its major issue. It comes with 3 weights installed in the underside of the mouse, and its just plain heavy. With the weights installed, I found difficult in lifting the mouse without my fingers slipping, and quick wrist actions for aiming are a bit more difficult than on lighter mice. I find it interesting that a mouse marketed as an FPS mouse would be so heavy out of the box. I removed all 3 of the weights, and its definitely much better. The G502 is also considered a heavy mouse, but it comes without the weights installed. I think without weights, the M65 still feels slightly heavier than the G502. Its definitely something to keep in mind for people who prefer lighter mice. The mouse is just heavy, no getting around it.
Other than the stock/short size and the weight, this mouse is incredible. It looks so elegant next to my Corsair K70 keyboard, and it just exudes a quality of build that I've never seen in a mouse before. Most mice are full of plastic, as the G502 is. The M65 will instantly impress you with how well its made and how great it looks. However, looks are not enough for me to recommend this mouse over the G502. I think the G502 is probably the best mouse I've ever used, even though it looks overly "gamery" and has a plasticy build quality. It just sports more cool features (free scroll wheel being my favorite) and is supremely comfortable. However for those of you who have owned Corsair mice in the past, or who prioritize looks over slightly better performance, the M65 Pro RGB is a wonderful mouse. I would consider it the second best mouse I've ever used, and this is coming from a loyal MX518 and G400 user.
Pros: Great build quality, most beautiful mouse ever
Cons: Odd shape and very heavy.
- I did a DIY fix with a qtip and some wd40 on the scroll mechanism, it seems to have helped with the issue for now.