Corsair Glaive Gaming Mouse Is Made for Budget Gamers

Corsair over a long period of time has brought products for consumers who are tight on budget as few weeks earlier, the company launched its K63 compact mechanical keyboard. Earlier today, the company introduced the Glaive RGB Gaming mouse with commendable features.

The Glaive RGB gaming mouse features a 16,000 DPI optical sensor as well as interchangeable thumb grips, and Omron switches promising up to 50 million clicks. In addition to these, the mouse also includes a three-zone multi-color illumination system that’s customizable through the company’s Corsair Utility Engine software.

While the mouse doesn’t come with host of buttons, it has a six-button loadout consists of the standard left and right buttons, a clickable mouse wheel, and the DPI switch button highlighted by five rectangular LEDs on the left side. You can also find two additional buttons mounted on the left side. Talking about the new product, the company said, “When it comes to gaming mice, there is no one-size-fits-all. Glaive RGB combines a sweeping contoured shape with three interchangeable magnetic grips, allowing it to adapt in seconds for a customized fit. Choose between smooth curves, a rubberized grip or a wide thumb rest to find your peak comfort, with each grip sculpted to put Glaive RGB’s six programmable buttons within easy reach.”

You can obtain the newly launched mouse for just $70 from different retailers.

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