Corsair Glaive RGB Gaming Mouse Review

Corsair Glaive RGB Gaming Mouse Review

Hello, PC enthusiasts. Feast your eyes on the latest gaming peripheral from Corsair: The Glaive RGB Gaming Mouse. Looking at the spec list for the Glaive it is clear Corsair set out to make a titan in the gaming peripheral scene. With a 16K precision sensor custom made for Corsair, interchangeable grip system, 3-zone RGB lighting, Omron Switches rated at 50M clicks, paired with the quality you’ve come to expect from Corsair. All this with an MSRP of $69.99 and you start to think maybe you conjured up the Glaive in a dream somewhere. We are sure readers are ready to see what the Glaive is all about so we will get right in to the review. Thank you for choosing Bjorn3D.com

Glaive RGB – Standout Features

  • 16K DPI PMW3367 Optical Sensor
  • Interchangeable Grip System
  • Omron Switches Rated at 50M clicks
  • CUE Enabled 3-Zone RGB LED

 

Glaive Packaging

The packaging for the Glaive is as expected from Corsair. The outside of the box features a brief rundown of key features while a front opening flap reveals a viewing window and more specific feature data. Inside the box, you will a user manual and warranty information along with a few accessories detailed later in the review.

Glaive RGB – Specifications

Corsair Glaive RGB Gaming Mouse
Sensor Custom PMW3367 gaming grade optical sensor, developed for CORSAIR with Pixart
Sensor Resolution 100 – 16000 DPI, native, customizable at 1 DPI resolution steps
Color Two variants, with Aluminum and Black finish
Backlight 3 Zone RGB, plus blue LED DPI indicator – CUE Enabled
Buttons 6
Report Rate Selectable 1000/500/250/125 Hz (USB)
On-Board Profiles  1
Dimensions  125.8(L) x 91.5(W) x 44.6(H) mm / 4.95”(L) x 3.60”(W) x 1.75”(H)
Weight (w/o cable and accessories) 122g / 0.27 lbs.
Cable 1.8m Braided Fiber
Mouse Feet Extra Large PTFE
Warranty 2 Years

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One comment

  1. Cool outside of the box features!

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