That's not a Glaive you ruddy Corsair!

Subject: General Tech | April 25, 2019 - 07:25 PM |
Tagged: PMW3391, input, glaive rgb pro, gaming mouse, corsair

The GLAIVE RGB PRO is not simply a GLAIVE RGB, ergo the question of what separates the two.  In order to show you enough that Ynyr the difference you should Rell-y visit The Guru of 3D to determine the Beast's weaknesses and strengths.  A custom Pixart PMW3391 sensor capable of registering up to 18,000 DPI should help you avoid traps and three different magnetically attached thumbrests will allow your wrist to Torquil in numerous positions. In the finale, it may be the ~$80 price tag and three zones of RGB colour that fan your flames.

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"Corsair updated their GLAIVE RGB game mouse towards a Pro model. Next, to the new 18K Pixart sensor this mouse is very aesthetically pleasing with configurable RGB LEDs and has a grip that is intensely impressive. The mouse is fully programmable, has additional thumb game buttons (programmable as well). Oh hey, and did we mention it has magnetic removable thumb grips already?"

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Source: Guru of 3D

Grab your IronClaw fellow Corsairs and let's go a-raiding!

Subject: General Tech | January 21, 2019 - 02:45 PM |
Tagged: input, gaming mouse, RGB, corsair, ironclaw, PMW3391

For gamers that wear large sized gloves there are many rodents that don't nestle comfortably in their palms, especially the travel sized ones.  For them there is a new mouse on the market, the Corsair IronClaw which is large enough for comfort (130x80x45mm) but not to a point which will make it uncomfortable for others.  The PMW3391 sensor matches the quality you expect from a gaming mouse and Corsair's iCUE software lets you program the buttons and RGBs as you would expect as well as incorporating hardware monitoring graphs.

Take a look over at The Guru of 3D.

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"Oh wait, there's one more. Our third mouse review this week is the IronClaw RGB mouse. Designed with a comfortable fit and some pretty iCUE related features this critter might be just what the doctor ordered at 59 bucks."

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I'll get you next time gadget! Corsair's new rodent with the Ironclaw

Subject: Cases and Cooling | January 8, 2019 - 07:11 PM |
Tagged: corsair, ironclaw, gaming mouse, PMW3391

Yellow alert!  Corsair has released a trio of new peripherals and a playmat for them to roam on, as you saw in Jim's review.  He wasn't the only one to take a look at the new mice, The Tech Report also received a Corsair Ironclaw mouse.   It houses a PMW3391 sensor, a max polling at 1000Hz and Omron sensors.  The mouse is compatible with iCUE, allowing you to modify the lightshow, if you can catch it over at The Tech Report

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"One of a trio of fresh Corsair mice, the Ironclaw has an ample body that will especially appeal to palm grippers who want to keep things light."

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