Conclusion and Verdict
In conclusion, the Ironclaw RGB Wireless mouse, is definitely an improvement over the non Wireless version. You do have to pay an extra 20 buck for the Wireless version. The mouse does have a bigger size in comparison to other mice on the market. The Cue Software seems to work very with the mouse. The Lighting is fluid and the mouse is well put together, serves its purpose well. The new PMW3391 sensor is great once again. Great mouse all around!
I like my mice around that 6000 DPI range and this mouse has that as a preset choice. The Ironclaw RGB Wireless has a lot of the fancy features as some of the higher end mice by Corsair and they use the CUE Software for full customization. Having the CUE software make the customization super easy and guaranteed to work.
- Up to 18,000 DPI
- Corsair Quality
- Made for Larger Hands
- Optical sensor – PMW3391
- iCUE Software Controlled
For 80 dollars you wont find a better mouse that runs on software application for customization. If you are looking for an all around durable mouse at a great price give a glance at the Ironclaw RGB Wireless by Corsair. Very affordable mouse and you get the guaranteed quality of the Corsair brand. You won’t be disappointed.
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