Corsair Vengeance M60 Mouse Review

Introduction and Technical Specifications

Corsair Vengeance M60 Mouse Review

Introduction

So far with the Vengeance line of products we've had a great one, the K90 Keyboard, now we take a look at the Vengeance M60 Mouse, one which is much more like the standard gaming mice you're likely to come across. Does the more focussed approach help it rise to the top? Given that the basics of the M90, the sensor, scroll wheel et al, were very good so it gives us hope that the M60 should have a great foundation.

Technical Specifications

Just like the M90 the heart of the M60 is the excellent sensor. We have a nice grippy surface to the mouse which we'll look at one the next page, and the very useful Sniper button. But rather than explain it all now, click onwards to the pictures.

  • 5700 DPI — Avago Technologies ADNS-9500 LaserStream Gaming Sensor
  • Adjustable DPI in 100 DPI increments
  • 1000Hz/500Hz/250Hz/125Hz (1ms/2ms/4ms/8ms) selectable response time
  • Tracking up to 165 inches per second, up to 30g acceleration, and automatic frame rate control
  • Adjustable lift distance — five selectable levels to fit your play style
  • Surface quality detection
  • 8 individually programmable buttons
  • Side mounted sniper button provides user controlled DPI change whilst pressed for enhanced precision targeting
  • Comfortable ergonomic design with soft-touch surfaces and grip improving textures
  • Omron left and right click switches rated for eight million operations
  • Aluminium metal frame and base for improved rigidity and mass distribution
  • Solid metal, weighted scroll wheel with rubberised scroll surface for improved finger traction control and feel
  • Ultra Low Friction PTFE pads for smooth performance and accurate gliding
  • USB Connector with gold plated contacts
  • 1.8m lightweight non-tangle cable


Now let's take a look shall we.

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Most Recent Comments

02-02-2012, 08:50:35

King Damager
Nice review, must say it looks very much like a redesigned R.A.T.7.

Both have corded braided cables.

Both have PTFE

Both are predominantly metal and plastic

Both are weighted

Both have the DPI Change on the fly

Both have two buttons on the side

Both have sniper buttons

Both have metal central scroll wheels

Must admit it looks slightly better than the R.A.T.'s, but it does basically seem the same OEM concept with a slight redesign, and seems to lose out slightly on the adjustability of the R.A.T. Still looks like a stonking mouse for Corsairs basic entry market, when you consider it's price compared to R.A.T.s being £60+ from reputable stores, although I guess it has an added scroll wheel.

Anyway yeah, solid review

kdQuote

02-02-2012, 09:01:10

DT-525
Quote:
Originally Posted by King Damager View Post

Nice review, must say it looks very much like a redesigned R.A.T.7.

Both have corded braided cables.

Both have PTFE

Both are predominantly metal and plastic

Both are weighted

Both have the DPI Change on the fly

Both have two buttons on the side

Both have sniper buttons

Both have metal central scroll wheels

Must admit it looks slightly better than the R.A.T.'s, but it does basically seem the same OEM concept with a slight redesign, and seems to lose out slightly on the adjustability of the R.A.T. Still looks like a stonking mouse for Corsairs basic entry market, when you consider it's price compared to R.A.T.s being £60+ from reputable stores, although I guess it has an added scroll wheel.

Anyway yeah, solid review

kd
Was just about to say the exact same thing. I have the R.A.T 7 and the corsair mouse is exactly the same apart from the adjustable pads. The R.A.T is worth more money because you can adjust everything on it.

The software what it comes with is just a rip of Logitech interface. Don't get me wrong i love corsair stuff and i will probable be picking up this mouse with k90 keyboard in a month or so to go with my full corsair build.

Good review. Quote

02-02-2012, 11:17:13

dugdiamond
if only they made them in white carbon!!!Quote

02-02-2012, 12:59:34

d6bmg
Nice review out there. Great work! Quote

04-02-2012, 15:49:47

XnaX
Just ordered one to replace my old worn-out Mamba (:Quote
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