Corsair's ever-expanding lineup of gaming mice has just welcomed a new member into its fold. Say hello to the M65 Pro RGB, which the company describes as its "highest DPI ever" mouse. That particular boast comes by way of the M65 Pro RGB's optical sensor, a sensitive bit of hardware with a whopping 12,000 DPI resolution—just the ticket for those 1440° no-scope kills. The sensor's surface-detection algorithm is configurable within Corsair's CUE utility, which also controls the mouse's three-zone RGB LED lighting and macro-recording functions.
As is the case with most of Corsair's mouse lineup, the M65 Pro RGB has an aluminum underbelly with three separate spots for applying tuning weights. This feature allows players to tweak the mouse's center of gravity to their liking. Eight programmable buttons dot the surface of the mouse, and the main clickers use Omron switches claimed to last for 20 million clicks. One of the side buttons is a dedicated "sniper" unit that lowers the mouse's DPI on-demand.
The Corsair M65 Pro RGB comes in black or white finishes. The black version is available in stores now for $60—a fair price for a high-end gaming mouse. As for the white rodent, Corsair says it'll come out of its cage next month.
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