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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 89

22 reviews

Oct, 2014

alaTest has collected and analyzed 22 reviews from magazines and websites. Reviewers are impressed by the design and reliability. The value for money and build quality also get good feedback. There are some less positive opinions about the usability. There are some mixed reviews about the size.

build quality, value for money, reliability, 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 89/100 = Very good quality.

Review analysis

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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

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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...

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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


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Double think about Vengeance


Due to my hand size being rather small I felt that all the buttons were in almost perfect locations for me. The Corsair Gaming Software that you need is very easy to use, and it is easy to program all the buttons. The fact that you are able to adjust...

I ended up taking my friend's which he thought was dead, but was only an issue with the sensor high by default being set really low. The mouse worked amazingly for me for about 1 - 2 months, but after a when my computer restarts, or boots up the USB...

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Great mouse


Took me an hour to be accustomed to the sensitivity after upgrading from a 6-7 year old mouse.

The weight makes it feel solid ; Very comfortable ; Macros fun to mess around with

I dislike the packaging

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Why it is so heavy?


Long time owner of the Original Razer Naga. I don't play MMO's or RTS's, but I like the extra buttons. I map them to macros and my Steam screenshot key for those awesome moments. Recently, the upper two left buttons was failing on my Naga. I map these...

Good looking ; Quality build ; Flatter, smoother scroll wheel ; Smarter, more ergonomic placement of thumb buttons ; Fairly intuitive but useful software

Really, really heavy ; Sandpaper texture on right/pinky finger side

Consumer review by:

Perfect Mouse


A mouse is like a car, it is not one size fits all. If you have a chance to someone test a few mice out prior to purchasing it makes a world of a difference. it does have a sniper button for anyone who is curious. You can bind this to other side keys...

Love the look. Feels perfect in my hand, I am a finger tip/claw gripper and it feels nice. Great control, smooth, feels of solid build quality, I love the weight (though may be heavy for some), and I love the DPI range

Software is not as intuitive as you would like, but once you get used to it, it is not that bad. I will not dock an egg for the software but it can be justified, I was able to grasp it so for me it is not much of a hindrance

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Great Mouse


Bought this to replace my old Razer MMO gaming mouse. for get the name but the one with a crazy number of buttons on the side. This mouse is just as good or better. I love the sensitivity sniper trigger its perfect for FPS's.

Lots of programmable buttons ; Great mouse feel ; perfect weight, size and sensitivity ; Great for both mmo, rts, and FPS games

a little expensive ; Lots of option when setting it up. got confusing at time do to instructions

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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...