|Item model number||CH-9000026-NA|
|Item Weight||11.2 ounces|
|Product Dimensions||11 x 7.9 x 2.7 inches|
|Item Dimensions L x W x H||11 x 7.9 x 2.7 inches|
Corsair Vengeance M95 Performance MMO/RTS Laser Gaming Mouse, Arctic White (CH-9000026-NA)
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- 8200 DPI laser sensor - Precise tracking for highly accurate mouse control during demanding gaming sessions
- 15 programmable buttons - Easy access to frequently-used abilities, macros, button combinations, and spells
- Onboard profile storage – Settings and profiles are stored directly on the mouse so you can take them with you
- Selectable response time - Choose between 1000Hz, 500Hz, 250Hz, or 125Hz (1ms, 2ms, 4ms or 8ms)
- High-mass scroll wheel - Solid metal, rubberized scroll wheel for precise tactile feedback
- 20 million click switches- Highly durable buttons that stand up to hours of gaming
- PTFE glide pads - Low-friction glide pads ensure swift, precise movements
- Two years warranty
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The Vengeance M95 laser gaming mouse is designed for the complex demands of massively multiplayer and real-time strategy games. It offers 15 intelligently positioned buttons, easy programming, and onboard storage to take customized macros with you on-the-go. The 8200 DPI laser sensor gives you accurate control during intense gaming sessions. The low-mass aluminum unibody structure is covered in soft-touch materials and designed for the comfort and ergonomics you need when you’re playing for hours. Plus, Vengeance M95 is available in Arctic White and Gunmetal Black to match your system or your style.
From the Manufacturer
Vengeance M95 is an advanced gaming mouse designed to make your MMO/RTS gaming experience a lot better. It has intuitive button placement with easy programming, onboard storage, and the comfort you need for extended playing sessions.
The Vengeance M95 Laser Gaming Mouse: optimized for MMO and RTS gaming.
Easy access to frequently-used abilities, macros, button combinations, and spells
Vengeance M95 is designed for the complex demands of massively multiplayer and realtime strategy games. It offers easy programming, 15 intelligently positioned buttons, and onboard storage for unique button setups for each game.
Highly accurate tracking
The advanced 8,200 DPI laser sensor is designed to give great performance, even on not-so-great surfaces.
Comfortable for hours of play
The lightweight aluminum frame is wrapped in soft-touch materials, so you can focus on your game, not on the gear.
15 intelligently positioned buttons, including nine macro keys
They’re arranged and tuned for intuitive operation without compromising your grip, so you get almost effortless access to your frequently-used abilities, macros, button combinations, and spells.
8200 DPI laser sensor
Ultra-high sensitivity for precise tracking and control.
Aluminum unibody design
The aluminum frame combines high rigidity with low weight, and provides optimal mass distribution.
Selectable response time
You can tune the performance for your desktop surface and playing style by choosing between four response time: 1000Hz, 500Hz, 250Hz, or 125Hz (1ms, 2ms, 4ms or 8ms).
Onboard Profile Storage
Once you’ve set up your button configuration and other parameters for each of your favorite games, you can quickly toggle between profiles directly from the M95. Since they’re stored on the M95 itself, you don’t need to repeat the setup process on each PC you play on.
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.
Switches rated for 20 million clicks
They provide the durability you need for the long run. You probably won’t click them 20 million times… but you could if you wanted to.
Surfaces are textured and have just the right amount of give for outstanding comfort.
PTFE glide pads
M95 is designed with low-friction contact points for swift, precise movement with minimal effort.
Automatic surface quality detection
The laser sensor automatically grades the reflective quality of your playing surface and adjusts its operation accordingly.
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.
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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 M95 laser gaming mouse
- Warranty Card
- PC with USB port
- Windows 7, Windows Vista, or Windows XP
- Internet connection and at least 35MB of available hard disk space (for software and driver installation)
Corsair Vengeance Gaming Mice
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Top Customer Reviews
Razer Naga 2013
Razer Naga 2014
SteelSeries Sensei Raw
And now, the Corsair Veneance M95
I am also an avid MMORPG player. I play LoTRO on a daily basis. Okay, so that's me in a nutshell as it pertains to gaming and mice.
1) Mouse Build Quality: Outstanding
I love the way that this mouse feels both in weight and glide. I pair it with the Corsair Vengeance MM600 and honestly will never go back (unless something even more awesome pops up). There are a lot of mice out there that I have tried that include weights. I love the idea of being able to customize the weight of a mouse. I like a heavier feel than I do something light. For some reason a heavy feel translates to "substantial" in my mind. The M95 does not need any weights, its perfect. I bought the black because I don't like the feel of glossy mousing surfaces particularly after a few hours of gaming. The more matte finish in the black is comfortable and I've yet to have an issue with my fingers feeling like they are sliding around the surface of the mouse. For my hand size the grip is perfect. Everything is where it should be aside from the center button which I'm not exactly sure what it is there for. Its much too awkward to press as it is almost beneath the top part of my palm. It's odd but doesn't distract from the mouse in anyway.
2) All those buttons: :D YAY!
If you've owned the Naga or similar mice (Logitech G600) with the number grid on the thumb side of the mouse you know that the far back buttons are hard to press. You've really got to bend your thumb to get to them. At least that is my experience. There is a similar situation here with the M95. However, you can use the middle knuckle of your thumb to get to them fairly easily, just takes some practice. And, honestly, I think its fairly hard for a company to make a mouse like this and please everyone while having a ton of programmable buttons perfectly placed where anyone can get to all of them. So, my perspective is a little bit different. I care more about button placement in the sense of placement for my hand type/size and how easy it is to get that muscle memory working. Trying the M95 from using a Naga for the past year or so was as easy as pie. The buttons are very well placed. The transition away from the number grid made sense. I had zero difficulty switching. However, though in my opinion the 2014 Naga is a disgrace to the Razer brand they indeed improved on the way the side buttons "clicked". The Naga 2014 side buttons have a better "click" to them than the M95 but this is not to say the M95 is bad, quite the contrary, they are fabulous. The 2014 Naga is just more "clicky" and less soft where the M95 has a soft feel to them. If you like the soft feel more than a "clicky" feel akin to a mechanical keyboard feel then you will adore the M95 side buttons. If you don't like the soft feel you will not hate the M95 side buttons but you might hope that the next iteration updates the buttons to a "click" instead of a "smoosh". One other thing to note is that both the Naga 2014 and the G600 alter the side buttons just a little bit in such a way each feels different than the next. The idea here is that you will more easily know which button you are pressing by the feel of it. The M95 deals with this in a different and more natural way.
3) Software: Both Meh and Grrrrr
I also own the Corsair Vengeance K90 (which I totally adore). Yes, I am a fan of Corsair things but only because each time I buy something from Corsair the build quality has been remarkable. But I'm sorry Corsair, your software is crappy. And if I weren't a geek I could see how a lot of individuals complain that the software is confusing. Also, there is no way for a person to know that you have to update the firmware before installing the configuration software. If you are reading this and are considering buying an M95 (which I recommend you do) know that before you install the configuration software PLEASE update your firmware. Not doing so could have some pretty negative results. I do like that you can choose between hardware and software playback. And I do like that the mouse includes configurable DPI profiles that you can switch on the fly. But the software is just plain bad. Because this mouse is a software/hardware package this is where the 1 star has been removed. The device alone is a 5. The software paired with it makes it a 4. The software is serviceable but its not even close to being intuitive.
Overall: Fantastic, but I hope the issues are addressed
Please don't let the software distract you from buying this product. It is worth the trouble of figuring out how to configure it and Corsair does provide an online guide. If you are looking for a mouse with a ton of configuration options and are comparing between the Naga, M95, and G600, go with the M95 (it's incredible). I'll never go back to keypads again. I just hope that soon in the future Corsair updates their horrific software.
My real issue with this mouse is that is seems to really like straight lines. Its absurdly easy to make pixel perfect straight lines with your mouse cursor. It seems to have a very tiny amount of correction or something in it to keep the cursor from drifting with very minor movements or something. Very strange feeling at times. I thought I was imagining it, but it was an instant feeling with the mouse, and went away by going back to my old mouse.
I did really like the software though. Even having an option to change the sensitivity of the lift detection.
It's not a bad mouse, I'm just not crazy about it. If it was my only mouse with a ton of buttons, I'd use it. But I will just go back to my old mouse and save this for the older PC.
UPDATE: It seems on-board function execution no longer works. Taking off another star.
WHAT I LIKE │ + │
+ Premium feel. It feels very expensive. Soft rubbery surface, metal underside, hard plastic buttons that doesn't feel cheap.
+ Premium looks. Looks expensive too. The lighting is very natural, not overpowering. Braided cable.
+ On-Board Memory FOR PROFILE STORAGE ONLY.
+ High button count: 15 buttons, arranged in an ergonomic way (kind of). I disagree that it feels super awkward to use. A couple of buttons are a little harder to reach, but you assign those buttons to the least frequently used functions.
+ Easy to use software, once you start using it.
+ Does not look "meh" like the Logitech G600 and Razer Naga. (Subjective)
WHAT I DON'T LIKE │ × │
× Scroll wheel does not tilt. Boo!
× 1-key rollover. While a modifier key can be assigned, you have to use the keyboard for the 2nd key.
× On-board memory profile storage only. Execution still relies on Windows.
× Software is buggy. Poor driver too: cannot properly detect the mouse.
× I really wished Corsair put a button at the center-thumb spot of the mouse.
× Fixed DPI count. User is forced to select 3 DPI settings per profile, no more, no less.
× Needs some getting used to and has a learning curve.
What I wish was there:
▶ Wireless, weight customization, lighting options.
▶ Selectable scroll-mode (Logitech G700 let's you choose between free-scroll OR "click"-scroll)
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VERDICT: I highly this product.
★★☆☆☆ | 2 stars out of 5. This is a good mouse by itself. However, having used Logitech G700, this is not as great. Minus one star for being a 1 key rollover mouse. Minus 1 additional star for depending on Windows for macro execution.