It often seems like left-handers don't get a lot of love in the world of gaming mice, but Corsair's Katar bucks that trend. This ambidextrous rodent puts an 8,000-DPI optical sensor in the hands of all comers.
The Katar weighs in at a feathery 85 grams, which sounds comfortable for long gaming sessions. Twitchy gamers will probably appreciate the light weight, too. The rubber side grips look like they'll offer a secure hold at all times.
A gaming mouse wouldn't be a gaming mouse these days without programmable buttons and macro functions, and Corsair delivers there, as well. The Katar's four main buttons can all be customized to taste.
Corsair says it worked with "top pro gaming teams around the world" to develop the Katar, and a "pro player mode" lets us mere mortals play with some baked-in custom profiles from e-sports stars. Buyers won't need star power to take home a Katar, though. This mouse will carry a $40 suggested price when it hits store shelves.
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