Corsair Vengeance M65 FPS Laser Gaming Mouse Review

Others/Mice & Keyboards by stefan @ 2013-03-25

Corsair has refreshed its performance peripherals series with the new M65 and M95 mice, which sport updated laser sensors, but also have introduced new colors to the mix. While the Gunmetal Black and Military Green versions sport a rubberized surface, the Arctic White variant comes with a glossy finish, so users have more choices to choose from compared to the previous iterations.

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Packaging, A Closer Look

The new M65 mouse from Corsair takes part from their high performance gaming peripherals and looks very much alike the previous M60 model, but the sensor has been upgraded to the Avago ADNS-9800 with a maximum DPI of 8200. The packaging presentation has been also modified and the M65 is also available in a Gunmetal Black variant, but also a Military Green:




On the front side of the packaging, we will also see some product highlights listed, along with a photo of the black variant:





Some more details regarding the product can be found on the back side of the box:




Besides the mouse, inside the packaging we will also find a small Quick Start Guide leaflet:





The documentation leaflet shows us how to perform the hardware installation, but also where to find the software:




The Arctic White version sample comes with a glossy finish, unlike the Black and Green variants, which have a rubberized coating:




On the top side of the mouse we’ll find the DPI Up/Down buttons along with a LED display in the middle:




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