Corsair Raptor M40 Gaming Mouse
Dec 15,2013 0 Comments
Corsair Raptor M40 Gaming Mouse. Corsair acquired Raptor Gaming last year in a deal that made quite a few in the European market quite happy. Raptor Gaming was known for their quality gaming peripherals, and the deal meant that Corsair would be adding their expertise to the mix as well. With the release of the new Corsair Raptor line of gaming products, today we will be examining the Corsair Raptor M40 gaming mouse. It is a mid-range mouse (~$45) that appears to pack quite a punch for the price point, and definitely has the build quality expected from Corsair. In this article Benchmark Reviews will take a look at the Raptor M40 and let you know if it is a true gaming beast worthy of its name!
The first thing you will probably notice about the mouse is the similar design to Corsairs M60 and M65, which is certainly not a bad thing. The overall design is very eye catching, and the smooth top contrasts well with the rough texturized side grips. The cutaway on the rear of the mouse is another nice touch for the looks, however could pose a problem for some with larger hands (more on this later). The mouse is packed with a 4,000dpi optical sensor which is more than adequate for most users, however those that come from a high dpi laser mouse could be a bit disappointed. On the bottom you will notice the many glide pads as well as the 3 screw weight system. Packed with a braided cable for durability, a slick design, and an extremely customizable weight system the Corsair Raptor M40 seems to have what it takes on every level!
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