Corsair Unveils Nightsword RGB and M55 RGB Pro Gaming Miceby Gavin Bonshor on June 13, 2019 9:00 AM EST
Corsair, the peripheral, cooling, and jack of all trades powerhouse has unveiled two new gaming mice, the Nightsword RGB, and M55 RGB Pro Gaming mouse. The Corsair Nightsword RGB is weight tunable with a Pixart PMW3391 18,000 DPI optical sensor, while the Corsair M55 RGB Pro uses an ambidextrous design with a 12,400 DPI optical sensor, and uses Omron switches rated at 50 million clicks.
Corsairs new premium Nightsword RGB features ten programmable buttons with the option to select up to 120 different weight combinations. The Nightsword RGB has six different weight mounting locations with two sets of weights to use. Users can customize the weight between 119 g and 141 g. On the frame is four dynamic RGB LED lighting zones which can be customized using the Corsair iCUE software. Inside the mouse is a Pixart PMW3391 optical sensor which offers up to 18,000 DPI and allows users to adjust in 1 DPI increments offering total control over the sensitivity.
The Corsair M55 RGB Pro it features an ambidextrous design with a predefined weight of 86 g. A total of eight customizable buttons, and combined with the Corsair iCUE software, the M55 RGB Pro has dynamic RGB backlighting. With premium Japanese Omron switches, the M55 RGB Pro is tested with a durability of up to 50 million mouse clicks, and also uses a simple plug and play setup for gamers looking for a quick and easy option to game on the go.
The Corsair Nightsword RGB comes with a premium MSRP of $80, while the M55 RGB Pro is offered at a more reasonable price of just $40, with the option to select black or white. Availability on both Corsairs new mice is currently unknown, but it is likely that both the Nightsword RGB and M55 Pro RGB will be launched later this month.
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shabby - Thursday, June 13, 2019 - linkOf course it's rgb...
Umer - Thursday, June 13, 2019 - linkGood thing one can either disable it or set it to a specific colour, phew!
PeachNCream - Thursday, June 13, 2019 - linkHeh, Nightsword. Good going on the stupid product branding there Corsair!
MDD1963 - Saturday, June 15, 2019 - linkSorry, but, I snicker silently whenever I see the word 'Gaming' and/or the term "RGB' on most products...especially mice! (oh, and how did I ever game without a <gasp....!> 'mechanical' keyboard...!)
Hxx - Monday, June 17, 2019 - linku mean this whole time youve been gaming WITHOUT RGB? like whats wrong with you
Ramaal - Saturday, October 31, 2020 - linkhelpful information
I will continue to read your articles