Corsair has released a wireless version of its Scimitar RGB Elite gaming mouse for fans of massively multiplayer online games (MMOs) and multiplayer online arena battles (MOBAs).
The manufacturer released a wired version of the “rodent” back in 2020. The wireless option can be connected to a PC via Bluetooth or a 2.4 GHz radio using the Corsair Slipstream Wireless USB transmitter. Corsair promises that in this mode the mouse has a latency level below 1 ms and supports polling rates of up to 2000 MHz.
The wired version of the Scimitar RGB Elite is based on a PixArt PMW3391 sensor with a resolution of 18,000 DPI replacements. The wireless version of the mouse received an even more advanced Marksman sensor (also from PixArt) with a resolution of 26,000 DPI. The same is used, for example, in the Saber RGB Pro model from the same Corsair.
A key feature of the wired and wireless versions of the Scimitar RGB Elite mouse is the number of buttons. There are 16 of them here. Everything can be programmed at your discretion. The block of side keys is located on a moving platform, allowing you to choose the optimal location for the user’s thumb.
The wireless Corsair Scimitar RGB Elite weighs 114 grams without a cable connected. The latter has a length of 1.8 m and is included in the delivery package. In wireless mode via a 2.4 GHz radio channel, the mouse with the RGB backlight turned off will work up to 120 hours, in Bluetooth mode – up to 150 hours. The process of fully charging the new battery takes 90 minutes.
The mouse is already available for purchase through the official Corsair online store for $129.99. The wired version is offered there for $59.99.
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