Corsair Vengeance M60 Mouse Review
The colour scheme for the packaging of the M90 and K90 is blue, and the M60 (as well as the K60 which we'll cover in another review) utilises red. The box covers all of the important elements in a clear and easy to read manner. The whole thing looks very nice indeed.
The package includes the mouse and a guide, the software needs to be downloaded from the Corsair website. Not only does that save CDs but ensures you get the latest version. The cable is very rugged with good quality braiding and a nicely obvious USB plug. Anyone who has wondered which of the 6 identical black USB plugs in the back of their tower they need to remove will appreciate this.
Although the M60 looks very wide in the middle it doesn't feel it in the hand thanks to the deep scalloping on the sides. Behind the scroll wheel we have the DPI adjustment buttons in a very easy-to-reach place.
From the front you can see the heavy-duty metal chassis which should ensure the M60 outlasts the 8 million click micro-switches.
Contrary to the 'buttons for everything' approach of the M90, the Vengeance M60 has the normal placement of the back and forward buttons, with the Sniper button taking pride of place. The right hand side is button free but very nicely curved to fit comfortably in the hand.
On the underside there are some very large pads to help you glide across your surface of choice, as well as three weights allowing you to tune the M60 to your personal preference. The method of adding and removing weight is one of the best we've seen with easy to remove screws rather than the standard plastic flap. The build quality really is outstanding.