Corsair Ironclaw RGB Wireless MOBA Mouse Review

Introduction and Technical Specifications

Corsair Ironclaw RGB Wireless MOBA Mouse Review


We recently looked at the latest range of Corsair mice, and found them all to have enough qualities to make them interesting, whilst also being different enough that it didn't feel like reviewing a bunch of identical things.

That might sound like damning with faint praise, but it's actually a big compliment. Think about a mouse and how much of the design is already decided before anyone gets their design pens out. It has to have two buttons on top, a scroll wheel, usually two side buttons, has to fit in an average sized human hand, normally has a button to adjust the sensitivity. It doesn't leave an awful lot of room for expression or how to make each one visually unique without resorting to producing an uncomfortable design. But, somehow, Corsair have managed it.

The chunkiest of the three we reviewed before is undoubtedly the Ironclaw. This is a mouse for people who want big, obvious buttons and a palm-filling size. We liked it a lot.

Today we have the wireless model, equipped with Corsair's SlipStream technology which makes the mouse responsive enough that you would find it almost impossible to determine if it's wired or not in a blind test.

Let's remind ourselves of what it looks like.

Technical Specifications

Corsair Ironclaw RGB Wireless MOBA Mouse Review  
Corsair Ironclaw RGB Wireless MOBA Mouse Review  

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30-04-2019, 16:04:27

I was looking at one of these recently (non wireless) and I was a little disappointed with it. It felt to me as if it was trying to compete with my current mouse the G502 (the whole reason I was even interested) and IMO it didn't even compete. It was too light and could not be adjusted to add more and just did not feel anywhere near as good. I didn't like the ergonomics of it either, It just didn't feel right in my hand, maybe with time I could have adjusted to the shape but the weight issue I just couldn't get past, just felt like I wasn't getting any feedback from the mouse and that it was to easy to move meaning I was having to think about my movements instead of it being natural. Maybe id get used to one in time but the Logitech just felt right the moment I started using it and once I'd fine tuned my DPI settings and weight, it became the best mouse I have ever used. Not a bad mouse for the 10 mins that I used it but id recommend the G502 over this.Quote

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