Corsair's adjustable Glaive RGB gaming mouse
Subject: General Tech | October 2, 2017 - 02:35 PM | Jeremy Hellstrom
Tagged: input, gaming mouse, corsair, glaive rgb, PMW3360
The Corsair Glaive RGB gaming mouse is focused on comfort, to that end they provided three different thumb rests, one smooth and slightly-curved, a textured one with a more pronounced curve and a textured, almost flat rest. The five programmable buttons include two unique thumb buttons, much larger than other mice and set fairly high up; after some mental adjustments The Tech Report found themselves pleased with that arrangement. The mouse uses a PixArt PMW3360 optical sensor with five customizable DPI levels, up to a maximum 16,000. The scroll wheel was not quite up to the standard they expect from Corsair but was still acceptable, all in all TR have no problems recommending this mouse.
"Corsair's Glaive RGB breaks with Corsair's angular-and-aggressive mouse-shape tradition by adopting a pleasantly rounded chassis that has the potential to be a crowd-pleaser. We took the Glaive to the mat to see how it games."
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