Corsair has a few expensive gaming mice, and a few not so expensive, but the least expensive mouse in its product stack is now the $30 Corsair Harpoon RGB.
Corsair has not specified which sensor is on board, but it’s an optical sensor that offers up to 6,000dpi. The palm rest logo is programmable and RGB-backlit--a rare feature on such an inexpensive mouse. There are six programmable buttons (left/right with Omron switches, forward/back, dpi button, clickwheel), and it’s quite a flyweight at just 85g.
Another bonus is that the Harpoon RGB supports Corsair’s CUE software, so you can program the lighting and button functions , and you can save profiles to the mouse’s onboard storage.
This right-handed mouse has a somewhat dramatically curved left-side thumb grip; the grips on both sides have a nobby, rubberized look.
You can pick up a Harpoon RGB mouse for $30 from the likes of Amazon.
|Header Cell - Column 0||Corsair Harpoon RGB|
|Lighting||RGB (palm rest)|
|Buttons||6 programmable:-L/R click-Forward/back-Scroll wheel-DPI button (x1)|
|OS Support||Windows 7, 8, 10|
|Cable||1.8m braided fiber (USB)|
|Dimensions||111.5 x 68.3 x 40.4mm|
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