Corsair has been making good in-roads into the PC peripheral market with their keyboard and mouse options, providing gamers with alternatives to other offerings, that offer as much functionality and comfort as they do. Well, that is until I got my hands on this mouse. It’s not that it isn’t a good mouse or that it isn’t customisable, it’s just not as customisable as I expected.
As is fast becoming a standard instead of a feature, the Nightsword comes with a compartment in the base of the mouse that you can add any combination of three 4.5g and three 2.8g weight blocks
There, I could set macros up for use in Excel - I am an accountant, after all - ones for use in GiMP for photo editing, a couple for Watch_Dogs 2 and one for Ghost Recon: Wildlands
Corsair has added in a four-zone lighting effect, which I will admit is very impressive. You can change each zone to suit whatever pattern you like, and you are able to set the light to change when you change profiles
Grumpy Old Man who still collects toys (THEY. ARE. NOT. DOLLS), PC Gamer lured to the Dark Side of console gaming, comic book reader and fan of all things pop culture.
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1 August 2019
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