Corsair M65 Ultra Review
A couple of days ago we reviewed the Corsair Sabre RGB Pro Wireless Champion and found it to be the perfect mouse if you wanted a pure experience that was almost entirely based around having the class-leading sensor on board.
We know, however, that many of you want a little more flexibility with your buttons, or prefer a chunkier design. It seems that Corsair do too as no sooner had we finished testing the Sabre than the M65 Ultra appeared, boasting the familiar M65 chassis design. What really sets the M65 Ultra apart from the many other models utilising this body shape, and indeed what sets it apart from the Sabre, is what is going on underneath that design.
There is a whole raft of touches that make the M65 Ultra almost unique in our experience. Without further ado let's get down to business and discover what the Corsair M65 Ultra has to offer, beyond that incredible 26000 DPI Marksman sensor.
If you read our review of the Sabre then you'll be aware of the new Corsair Marksman sensor, but if you didn't then the numbers below might come as something of a shock. The Marksman sensor was designed in conjunction with the wizards at PixArt and has a 100-26000 DPI resolution, adjustable in single DPI steps. It's an absolute beast of a sensor. Whilst in the Sabre is was very much the main event, here there are enough tricks within the M65 Ultra that it's not the only thing worth discussing.