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

alaTest has collected and analyzed 14 reviews from magazines and websites. Reviewers are impressed by the design. The value for money is also appreciated, but there are some mixed views about the usability. Many are negative about the reliability and size.

build quality, value for money, design

size, reliability

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 89/100 = Very good quality.

Review analysis

(Based on 14 reviews)

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Corsair m95 vs Razer Naga vs logitech g700

 

When comparing this to the razer naga and g700s I was blown away by how much more satisfying this mouse was to hold. The only way I can describe it is as the "weight of quality". This mouse has a bit of heft to it. The razer Naga felt like a cheap toy...

High build quality ; Easy to use software with loads of options to suit everyone ; Smooth glide ; great control

Some buttons are kind of hard to reach

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Good all round mouse

 

Shape/ergo's are great (for me) ; Feels solid ; Able to set "pick up distance" for those those of us that mouse lift a lot ; Nice braided cable ; Nice design/lighting ; I use this mouse for FPS and MMO's, works great for both. Plenty of buttons for...

Some of the bottom/forward side buttons can be tricky to hit so I don't bind anything to them ; The software to me can be tricky to use ; Neither of these is worth removing an egg because it's that's just my opinion and it works fine w/o using all the...

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This is a pretty awesome mouse.

 

Feels very solid, the cord is braided, tons of good feeling buttons, fits my hand well, came in one piece

Configuration is pretty tough and non-intuitive, but it's possible to figure stuff out. The profile switching has its downsides because you have to choose between software and hardware playback. Easy has their downsides. For example, hardware playback...

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Wanted to love it.... Long Review!

 

My first problem with this mouse is the soft-touch finish that covers the entire top of the mouse. The G7's top is smooth glossy plastic that my palm grips to. If I place my palm on it and let go with my fingers the G7 goes where I move it. In...

It's a bit long but, I hope this review is helpful ; I bought the M95 to replace my ailing Logitech G7 that I purchased in 2007. Several months ago the middle mouse button broke when I dropped it on my desk while standing.(maybe a 2ft drop) Luckily,...

Top surface is slippery. It does not grip the palm like hard glossy plastic does. The white version of this mouse appears to be the glossy type of plastic. It's probably a better choice if you don't mind all white ; Height and Length are too short for...

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Great mouse

 

Great range of DPI. Great button locations, although i would like to see a few on the right side of the mouse

Nothing much except this is a heavy mouse. It might be a con or it might not be. It didn't take long for me to get used to

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Rocking hardware, bad software

 

Hardware mode is the best way to go about it IMHO. To have it launch programs, you can then use the "Run" command along with a macro typing your program's .exe filename, and then Enter. With just a minimal delay between the "Run" and the first letter,...

This is a solid, good looking, great feeling mouse on all accounts

The software and suggested software/hardware mode do not work very well ; In software mode you may find that most macros won't work, even if you tweak delays ; In hardware mode program lauching won't work

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Do not own, but reviews eggs misleading

 

I think that it is important to mention that 4 of the 5 one egg reviews are from the same person... iTechhen. Because of this I think that the reviews are thrown off.

I do not own this mouse yet, but I do have another Corsair Mouse and am getting to purchase this one and I have to say that last Corsair Mouse was amazing (taking old one to work, getting new one for home pc)

None that I know of yet

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love it

 

if u need a lot off buttons that are well placed for mid to large hands this is for u.

great mouse. loads of buttons, well built

has a problem with steam in windows 8. the macro does not work. it is a little big

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expected far better

 

i have the k90 so i was confident getting the m95 but i was a bad buy. the extra buttons are useless. for example map a thumb button to "Left" click from the assign button menu,in windows it will click but go in a game, thumb button fails to left...

Nice weight and comfortable mouse. Lots of buttons however see Cons

Software fails in every way possible. only default thumb buttons are recognized by games settings, extra buttons will only map to simulated key press or macros which will not work with certain games or actions

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For MMO's, not my FPS or everyday mouse

 

For someone who plays MMO and/or RTS games exclusively, this might be perfect. I've always built my own computers and have been gaming for more than 15 years, mostly FPS, so my trajectory has been from a plain ball mouse up to laser mice, etc. The one...

1. Can assign buttons to be any combo I want, any macro, any single mouse click, etc ; 2. Every button clicks nice, smooth, very easily (can also be a con, more later) ; 3. Awesome fit & finish, looks/feels great. Lighting is rich blue and not...

1. I play one MMO, the rest are FPS's. I hoped this mouse would be good for both, but I cannot (maybe don't want to) sacrifice my seasoned skilz to get good with it in FPS games. (see below). So, I have to keep switching mice ; 2. On my non-gaming...

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