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Corsair Gaming Mouse Láser Vengeance M95, Alámbrico, USB, 8200DPI, Negro/Azul

Corsair Gaming Mouse Láser Vengeance M95, Alámbrico, USB, 8200DPI, Negro/Azul
alaScore 87

29 reviews

Apr, 2015

alaTest has collected and analyzed 29 reviews of Corsair Gaming Mouse Láser Vengeance M95, Alámbrico, USB, 8200DPI, Negro/Azul. The average rating for this product is 3.7/5, compared to an average rating of 4.1/5 for other Mouse & Pointing Devices for all reviews. Reviewers are impressed by the design and price. The reliability and size are also appreciated, whereas there are some critical views about the usability.

durability, size, reliability, price, design


We analyzed user and expert ratings, product age and more factors. Compared to other Mouse & Pointing Devices the Corsair Gaming Mouse Láser Vengeance M95, Alámbrico, USB, 8200DPI, Negro/Azul is awarded an overall alaScore™ of 87/100 = Very good quality.

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Consumer review by: N/A (

Great while it lasted


nice compact mouse, particularly when have smaller hands. Good button placement with an ample amount of buttons. Feature packed software

Died inexplicably, for no apparent reason. Mouse not seen by OS. Tried various systems.. nothing.. natta.. zilch. Pampered this thing, still ends up dying... meanwhile 11 year old Intellimouse still kicking

Mar, 2015

Consumer review by: N/A (

awful software


This experience makes me think twice at buying corsair computer accessories. Steelseries mice, though their construction is not as durable, their software for their devices is superb from what I have seen.

While the construction is sturdy and robust, the software is weak

The last update to this mouse was 2013. Designating keys to buttons that were originally for something else is absolutely buggy. I don't recommend buying this mouse unless they are selling it for $5 or less to get rid of it, just like corsair got rid...

Feb, 2015

Consumer review by: chris (

flawed software


maybe good for palm grip but that is just a guess as i tend to claw grip the mouse and this mouse is way to large for that.i have medium size hands, i can almost palm a basket ball and i find this mouse to by large

the tech i spoke to admitted the way they implemented the software makes this inferior to the way other brands developed theirs. according to the corsair tech, razer uses a virtual driver so that the mouse can have the programmable buttons mapped to...

Jan, 2015

Consumer review by: zolter222 (

Corsair CH-9000025-NA


I might just be unlucky with defective mice, I don't know.

When the mouse works, it works great

The first mouse I had electrocuted me whenever I touched the bottom of the mouse. Sent it back for a RMA and the new mouse I have after about 2 weeks the sensor is buggy. It will randomly speed up, slow down, or just not sense anything at all. Whenever...

Dec, 2014

Consumer review by: N/A (

Junk- defective


Do not buy this product. rapid replacement has a 15 day turn around from the day they ship replacement. which means you risk paying full price again if shipping is slow. I have not read anywhere that the defect was even after replacing you...


Mouse wheel defective, after about a year it started auto scrolling, will page down or up randomly while trying to read something. Corsair is aware of the issue but Tech support replies as if they never heard about it giving useless suggestions rather...

Dec, 2014

Consumer review by: N/A (

Corsair CH-9000025-NA


Build Quality, Precision

None that I've found

Oct, 2014

Consumer review by: N/A (



This mouse is a love it, or hate it depending on the user, their hand size and way they hold a mouse. I have a large hand and like to keep my palm on the mouse pad with my hand shifted back on the mouse. If this is how you use a mouse pass on this one,...

Feels well constructed

Very specific shape and size with no customization options make it a mouse suitable only for a specific hand size and mouse type of user. I personally couldn't place my hand in position to use the thumb buttons without also right-clicking every time I...

Oct, 2014

Consumer review by: Arachmir (

Pretty neat


For someone who never had a mouse with configurable button/macro. It will be hard to understand how to make it work with every game. Suggestion is to save the profile on the mice intregrated memory and link the profile to the game you will use it with....


A bit hard to configure

Aug, 2014

Consumer review by: Asc (

Disappointing firmware in what could be a good product


I thought it may be my computer at fault with the issues above. My usual gaming PC is an i5 system with Windows 7 x64... so I tried it on my ancient Core 2 Duo Windows XP laptop too. It did the same thing. So maybe this particular mouse is defective,...

Lots of well-placed buttons, solid construction, nice weight (opinions vary), good feel in hand, onboard memory profiles so you can move the mouse to other PCs and start using it immediately, capable (if a little obtuse) software, accurate tracking...

I wish this mouse was as good as the M90 it replaced, at least in terms of its firmware. On paper, it looks better, with its higher max resolution and its lighter-touch buttons (the M90 side buttons required a firm press)... but the thing about the M90...

Jul, 2014

Consumer review by: Goliath (

Love the mouse...until the wheel lost it's mind


Customizable buttons, placed well with a good weight. Decent enough software, though a little less than intuitive

After about a year (I think, might be less, I don't have the paperwork any more) my wheel has lost it's mind. It scrolls randomly when used and occasionally will scroll even when not touched

Jul, 2014