Corsair Unveils Raptor M45 Gaming Mouse at CES

Corsair had a lot going on at CES this year, but the company still managed to surprise us with a couple of things we weren't expecting to see at the show. Among them was the Raptor M45 optical gaming mouse.

   

The M45 is based on the same chassis we saw with the M65 and the M60 and packs Pixart PMw3310 5000 DPI optical sensor, instant DPI switches, an adjustable weight system, and seven programmable buttons.

 

The company is releasing the M45 this month, and pricing for the United States will be around $59.99.

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  • aggie1295
    What is it with all these companies releasing optical mice? I thought laser mice were more accurate. I'm also wondering why this optical mouse is priced the same as Corsair's very similar laser mouse.
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  • oxxfatelostxxo
    anyone else find it humorous that a company going by Origin (EA's name for their game buy/download program) makes a Steam PC?
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