amazon Corsair M55 RGB Pro reviews
Corsair is a very dedicated manufacturer and designer, so even with a pricey product like the Corsair M55 RGB Pro, you will easily see the difference from other low-cost products first sight.
The most obvious is that symmetrical design is suitable for both left-handed and right-handed users with the right size, not too big and not too small, very “popular” for anyone to use. The curves are designed very reasonably and skillfully so that no matter which hand the user, the mouse stays extremely comfortable in the user’s palm. The surface of the mouse is made of hard plastic, not with more expensive materials, but the quality of plastic is also very good, quite soft and smooth, not rough or polished.
The sides of the mouse cheek are covered with rubber with smooth small triangular vein lines to increase grip, the buttons are arranged in accordance with light pressing force, but not too sensitive to be mistakenly pressed. Most notably, the LED RGB backlight system following the “colorful” trend has recently been arranged very reasonably with adequate shielding that does not “lighten” or stay as carelessly as the Other cheap mouse lines.
Overall, Corsair M55 RGB Pro’s design can be considered as fit and fit, though without the excellent features of its high-end gaming mice, this simple design High “popular” nature, making it easy to use with the majority of gamers.
When it comes to practical testing, it is easy to recognize the Corsair M55 RGB Pro, which brings a similar feeling to the other “soft” siblings, the Corsair Harpoon RGB Pro by sharing the same eye sensor Pixart PMW3327. This is one of the eye sensor best readings when compared in the popular mouse segment with the ability to push the maximum mouse speed up to 12,400dpi. Quite high compared to only 5,000 to 8000 on gaming mice in the same segment.
In fact for most gamers in the mainstream segment, the mouse speed at 3000 to 5000 is relatively suitable for monitors at full HD 1080p or 2K resolution, and at this speed range, The mouse works extremely efficiently with high accuracy. At higher speeds, from 6200 and above tested with 4K resolution screens, the mouse proved to be somewhat inaccurate with the runs – stopping familiar with fans of the FPS game genre, a minor weakness. but even more advanced mouse models like Pixart PMW3367 on the old Corsair Glaive RGB series still stumbled. So if you intend to play on higher resolution screens, you should be “investing” a bit in your “weapon” with more advanced mouse lines before “playing”.
Corsair M55 RGB Pro mouse button is still Omron-type with durability up to 50 million times for moderate, accurate and no “sticky” feeling when double-clicking at high speed. Overall, the Omron button has also gradually become the lowest standard equipped with mouse buttons, so the click feeling will not be too strange compared to other high-end gaming mice on the market today.
With a gaming mouse that is not too special, all designs and features are extremely well-behaved like the Corsair M55 RGB Pro, which can hardly be demanding or disparaging. But there are still some details that could have done better.
One of them is the fast-speed switch on the mouse body that is pushed slightly down by the separation with the LED scroll button indicating speed. This switch button is just a single button, instead of the up-and-down button layout as on some other high-end mouse lines, making it difficult for users to quickly switch the mouse speed to the desired level, not to mention the posture. Clicking is also not too convenient for people with slightly large hands.
In addition, because the symmetrical design is suitable for left-handed and right-handed people, the Corsair M55 RGB Pro page scrolling buttons are evenly arranged on both sides, making it easy for users to … squeeze mistake these buttons during use. The best way is to use the iCUE driver to turn off these useless … buttons. In general, these are all minor problems in the design, causing some discomfort for users but still ensuring the overall quality of the mouse.
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