Corsair Releases Ironclaw RGB, A Wireless And Ultra-High Sensitivity Mouse

Corsair Releases Ironclaw RGB, A Wireless And Ultra-High Sensitivity Mouse

Credit: Corsair

Corsair Releases Ironclaw RGB, A Wireless And Ultra-High Sensitivity Mouse

Corsair Releases Ironclaw RGB, A Wireless And Ultra-High Sensitivity Mouse
Credit: Corsair

The Ironclaw RGB from Corsair gets a wireless counterpart. Corsair recently released the latest Ironclaw RGB Wireless which boasts of an 18,000 dpi optical sensor. The wired version is actually an ultra-high sensitivity mouse already.

But now its wire is taken out, and it sports a comfortable grip for the palm. Corsair can now offer users an option for those who want a wireless and high-sensitive track-capable mouse.

The Ironclaw RGB was seen during this year’s Consumer Electronics Show. The wireless version has the PMW 3391 optical sensor that is present in the wired model. The latest from Corsair is also comparable with the Glaive RGB which is also equipped with the same sensor capacity. But the Glaive RGB Pro might suit other grip styles.

The latest from Corsair is best used for palm grip style with its large back arching. Compared to Glaive, though, the wireless Ironclaw has no detachable side grips.

In its tweet on Monday, Corsair said the wireless Ironclaw offers a “cushy, comfortable shape” to users. Corsair also vowed that the new mouse in the family will provide users with a stable connection despite heavy traffic. It can also work up to 33 feet in range. The mouse has 10 programmable buttons and a memory that can save a user’s profile. Up to three profiles can be saved directly to the Ironclaw RGB Wireless.

Aside from that, the Ironclaw RGB Wireless also has three modes of connection including Bluetooth connectivity and USB wired. It also uses the Slipstream wireless technology from Corsair. The wireless version is also compatible with Windows 7, 8, and 10. However, to use the Bluetooth connection, users should have their units running on Windows 8 or 10.

Some gamers are reportedly fans of the 2.4 GHz Slipstream where a USB dongle is plugged in. This frequency is the commonly used frequency in wireless devices. The Slipstream technology is described as “hyper-fast” and is powered by an “Intelligent Frequency Shift.”Corsair claimed that this option can deliver a similar experience that a wired mouse can offer. It said it can give sub-1ms latency to users.

The Ironclaw RGB Wireless’ battery life can also run for up to 50 hours. If the battery is already empty, gamers can still use it through a USB cable until it charges. The mouse sells for $79.99, and it can be bought directly from Corsair’s website. The package contains the gaming mouse, a dongle, USB cable adapter, safety leaflet, quick start guide, and a warranty card.

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