Corsair Glaive RGB Pro Mouse Review
Introduction and Technical Specifications
Published: 26th April 2019 | Source: Corsair | Price: |
The Corsair Glaive mouse has proven supremely popular since it's launch, with it's neutral body shape, high quality sensor and RGB lighting back when such things were considered uncommon.
The only way you get left behind in the highly competitive mouse world is to assume that the job is done and you don't need to make any refinements. Corsair are never a company to assume all is well and have used feedback from players to upgrade their Glaive to the model we have for review today, now the Glaive RGB Pro.
What's new then? The most obvious change is the upgrade to the sensor. It wasn't that long ago that a sensor pushing 6400 DPI was considered to be as pixel perfect as anyone could reasonably expect, but those days are far behind us as numbers in the high teens and early twenties are now where the big boys play, so with the addition of the 18000 DPI Pixart PMW3391 sensor the Glaive Pro is instantly back amongst the heavy hitters.
Elsewhere weight has been trimmed to reduce inertia and make the most of that high quality sensor, the RGB lighting has been improved to keep pace with the many hued options on the market and the side panels have been retextured to give you even higher levels of grip. How successful has all this been? Let's find out.