Corsair M90 Laser Gaming Mouse Review

  1. Introduction
  2. Specification and Design
  3. Conclusion

It was a long time ago when an ordinary ambidextrous mouse was enough for all types of PC Gamers. Then Logitech was one of the first that came with MX310 and MX510 and later MX518- the much appreciated loved and most common choice for gamers. Now you get mouse specifically for MMO, RTS and/or FPS Gaming- and M90 is pitched towards MMO/RTS Gamers.

Times have passed and some manufacturers played the DPI game for a while and then came the dual sensors which didn’t take off due to the infamous axis issues.  I am pretty curious to see what features can you put in a mouse that no1 has ever done yet. Everyone does Macro support with onboard memory to record specific macro keystrokes.

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