Corsair has simply introduced two new high-performance gaming mice referred to as Ironclaw RGB Wi-fi and Glaive RGB Professional. The previous is a wi-fi model of the Ironclaw RGB which introduced in early 2019 whilst the latter, is a extra complicated model of the Glaive RGB with a brand new 18,000dpi sensor, interchangeable facet grips and extra RGB lights. Each mice include a two-year guaranty however Indian costs have not been printed but.
The Ironclaw RGB Wi-fi options Corsair’s Slipstream wi-fi era together with a 18,000dpi optical sensor. The mouse keeps the palm-grip optimised form and rubber facets of the stressed out model. It boasts of a sub-1ms wi-fi latency, a spread of as much as 10m and one thing referred to as IFS (Clever Frequency Shift) for a strong connection when the use of it in a dense wi-fi surroundings, corresponding to a LAN birthday party. The mouse can be utilized in stressed out mode too, which concurrently fees the battery. A singe rate is claimed to offer as much as 50 hours of play time.
The Corsair Glaive RGB Professional includes a new 18,000dpi sensor
In comparison to the stressed out model, the Ironclaw RGB Wi-fi has 3 further buttons, thereby supplying you with a complete of 10 programmable buttons. You additionally get a complete of 3 RGB lights zones, which may also be customised. The mouse buttons use Omron switches for higher longevity.
The Glaive RGB Professional’s 18,000dpi Pixart optical sensor can also be customised in 1dpi solution steps. There are a complete of 7 programmable buttons, three-zone RGB backlighting, Omron switches, and a brand new rugged aluminium scroll wheel.
Corsair additionally introduced a couple of recent mouse pads designed for e-sport pros. The Corsair MM350 and MM250 Champion Collection mousepad used to be created with the comments of e-sports pros. It is to be had in a 450mm x 400mm measurement and is 5mm thick. Each are to be had with both a stitched anti-fray edge or an ordinary edge.