Amazon has slashed off the price for the Corsair Ironclaw RGB, which makes it more tempting to pick up this ultra-sensitive gaming mouse for your system at home. \n \nOriginally listed at a shade under 60 bucks, now you can purchase the device for just $44.99. That’s about a 25% discount from the original price. The mouse was released in January of this year, and it's touted to last up to 50 million clicks. \n \nThe Corsair Ironclaw has pretty ironclad reviews as users rave about its ergonomic design and its ideal size for gaming. It is also quite light at just 105 grams, and its contours are designed specifically for tighter palm grips. \n \n \n \nOne drawback, however, is that it’s designed for larger hands. The lightweight device can also be an issue to some people who might want a heft to the mouse. \n \nThe Ironclaw is manufactured from high-end plastic, so it doesn’t feel cheap to the touch. There are no rattling and knocking sounds when you shake the mouse. The clasps on the sides of the mouse feature rubber for that extra grip even if you lift your mouse a lot. \n \nThe left and right clickers are extra responsive, and the wheel is also coated with rubber for guaranteed grip even if your fingers become sweaty during the game. There are 10 buttons that you can customize and program to suit your preferences. \n \nThe optical sensor is a PMW 3391 although it can go as high as 18,000 counts per inch for very accurate tracking. The counts per inch refer to the number of pixels pertaining to each one-inch movement of the mouse. \n \nThe illuminated logo adds an extra touch to the Corsair Ironclaw RGB mouse. For those who want a little bit more freedom, they can order the Corsair Ironclaw RGB wireless for $79.80.