Corsair Scimitar RGB Elite MOBA Mouse Review

iCUE Software

Corsair Scimitar RGB Elite MOBA Mouse Review

Software

The Corsair iCUE software is both powerful and easy to use, not a combination that can be claimed of all control suites. Anyone who has tried to use the NZXT CAM software, or get their ROG motherboard to play ball with AURA and Armory suites will understand what we mean. With so many side buttons to configure getting it set up isn't the work of a moment, but is much less painful than you might imagine. If we had one critique it's that we'd like the hardware to support individual lighting for each button, just to aid the learning process, but once you're up to speed with the Scimitar it's less of an issue. It just doesn't make the transition from a normal mouse to this as smooth as it might be.

Corsair Scimitar RGB Elite MOBA Mouse Review  
Corsair Scimitar RGB Elite MOBA Mouse Review  
Corsair Scimitar RGB Elite MOBA Mouse Review  
Corsair Scimitar RGB Elite MOBA Mouse Review  
Corsair Scimitar RGB Elite MOBA Mouse Review  
Corsair Scimitar RGB Elite MOBA Mouse Review  

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05-02-2020, 08:24:53

Warchild
Ok Correct me if I am wrong here. But did I miss something or is the major difference just the whopping 18000 DPI?

Not sure that is really necessary for any mmo/moba game.

That being said, the Scimitar pro that I currently use is absolutely fantastic. Razer created the mmo mouse, Logitech improved it, but Corsair have almost perfected it. The mouse has lasted me through constant use. The macros and bindings and even the software for the mouse is good.

the onboard profile storing could be better, but I cannot see myself using another mouse for a while. It deserves heaps of praise, and the thumbpad is far superior than what the Razer Naga can provide.

But again, i just dont see 18000 being needed whatsoever. I actually drop mine down to 800dpi and 1200dpi and binding a dpi switch on the keyboard.

If anything a nice button on the right for my pinky finger could be the icing on the cake.Quote
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