Corsair is one of the first brands at once that comes when it comes to gaming keyboards, RAM, power supply, cooling, and PC cases. When it comes to the gaming mouse, the company has struggled to make an iconic product. The latest effort of gaming hardware manufacturer GlyVE RGB is $ 69 (£ 50, AU $ 90) $ 69 (£ 69, AU $ 119) as a direct competitor in Razer DeathAdder Elite.
It’s worth $ 49 or £ 69 (about AU $ 65), as compared to other wired gaming rats, however, these mice have some unique features in the market and interchangeable thumb grips, including the most sensitive optical sensors. Unfortunately, in some ways, the past gaming of Glywave Sierra failed to move quickly like the M65 Pro RGB from the shadow of the rat.
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Corsair Glaive RGB is a big mouse. Measuring 3.6 × 4.95 x 1.75 inches (Double X H X H), it should be a mouse who should be charged until it is too small until they are really huge hands. Thanks to its large size, your hands will naturally fall into a palm grip.
Corsair Glaive just spent a lot of time getting the right ergonomics, and it shows. The contoured shape of peripheral seems perfectly designed for comfort.
Almost the entire surface is coated in soft touch paint to you, it has a Spanish and grippable surface to hold you. Although the mouse is not enough for your ring finger and sloppy, there is a textured pad on the right side of the mouse that can be popped up.
The side buttons may look differently and without the use of them in battle heat. Similarly, the DPI (dot per inch) status lights are ultimately placed on the left side of the mouse, so that your sensitivity settings are viewed at a glance.
Glaive also comes with interchangeable magnetic thumb grips for ergonomics more enhanced. Initially, the mouse comes with a simple, soft touch-coated attachment which matches the rest of the mouse. From there, you could fabricate an extended and textured thumb or another one that includes an extended thumb rest.
As master of RGB light, most of the cursor is okay, giving the whole mouse a three-zone backlighting system that is soft and split. We say “mostly” because there is a small crack of a light hole on the side buttons.
Indeed, it is a small issue that you go looking for – otherwise, it is not bothering us during the game.
When we like the shape of a glove meat and a comfortable shape, it is an inadmissible feeling that it is an entry-level product – not high-end like its price. After picking it up first, we thought it would be less than 40 dollars to the premium gaming mouse.
Of course, there are other factors that factor in prices, but their own materials are frustrating. It seems like a sensitive playback to the Forester’s last first-person shooter (FPS) mouse, originally the M65 Pro RGB, which was launched at a starting price of $ 59 (£ 69, AU $ 89).
Corsair GLVE is one of RGB’s biggest standout features, its Pixart 3367 Sensor, the latest Optical Sensor with 16,000 Max DPI. At the highest sensitivity, you can make a 1440-degree scalp and whip through four global virtual movements by moving the mouse one inch.
OK, it’s exaggerated – but you can basically achieve pixel-perfect accuracy with this gaming mouse. If you are without a mouse pad, you can easily rest because the glove comes with a tunable sensor, so that you can track and optimize any page.
It is also notable that Sorsor has partnered with Kosher’s Pixel, so you can find them only in their company’s peripherals.
Even more impressive than the perfect focus, what’s the Omron switch, which can just click with a little press and reset faster than you can. When you click 1,000 times with the MOBA (Multiplayer Online Battlefield) match, left fatigue is a huge problem, so we show gratitude to reduce the resistance of the mouse button to the wall.
Corsair Glaive RGB is a solid FPS and MOBA mouse, especially for gamers including greater MITTS. It is one of the most comfortable and responsive rats we have been using for gaming when you find Razer DeathAdder or its other competitors when offering a sensor and exchangeable thumb grips.
That said, we can not forgive a plastical body especially when the Corsair M65 Pro RGB, for a plated and weighted mouse, for less. Finally, there are some things we hate about the GLVE RGB which we hate. It provides better agronomics and an updated, high-sensitivity sensor that makes it valuable.