Ambidextrous Corsair Gaming Mouse Just $24 at Newegg

Corsair Mouse
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Are you a lefty in need of a new mouse? Today, you can pick up the Corsair M55 RGB Pro gaming mouse through Newegg for just $24. When we reviewed this mouse back in August of 2019, we praised its ambidextrous design and noted its affordability. But now, this new low price point from Newegg adds to its value, especially since its performance measures up to the best gaming mice.

It has a fast optical sensor with a DPI of 12,400 and plenty of buttons for custom macros (although not all of them are programmed to work right out of the box).

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Corsair M55 RGB PRO: was $39, now $24 at Newegg (opens in new tab)

Corsair M55 RGB PRO: was $39, now $24 at Newegg (opens in new tab)
The Corsair M55 RGB Pro gaming mouse is usually priced around $39. It's ambidextrous in design and has a 12,400 DPI sensor.

This model uses a PAW3327 Optical sensor and has polling rates of 1,000Hz. You can also customize it using Corsair's iCue application.

Users can program up to 8 individual buttons on the Corsair M55 RGB Pro gaming mouse. There are also RGB LEDs that can be customized with the same software. It's a wired mouse, using a 5.9' USB 2.0 cable to connect. The unit weighs just .2lbs.

Visit the Corsair M55 RGB Pro (opens in new tab) gaming mouse product page at Newegg for more details and checkout options.

Ash Hill
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Ash Hill is a Freelance News and Features Writer at Tom's Hardware US. She manages the Pi projects of the month and much of our daily Raspberry Pi reporting.

  • gio2506
    I have this mouse, and i am about to RMA it to Corsair. I have been having the same issue as others have mentioned in the Corsair forums. I have had to keep on reinstalling the firmware for this mouse. Every time the pc cold boots, iCue will ask you install the latest firmware. Also at other times, i have had to unplug the mouse from the USB port because it won't power on.