Corsair M65 PRO RGB FPS Price & Specs in Malaysia February, 2020

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Corsair M65 PRO RGB FPS Specs

Release Date in Malaysia
ModelM65 PRO RGB
DateMay 2016
Power sourceCable
Packaging data
Quick start guideYes
Form factorRight-hand
Product colourBlack,White
Surface colorationImage
Device interfaceUSB
Movement detection technologyOptical
Scroll typeWheel
Buttons quantity8
Buttons typePressed buttons
Movement resolution12000 DPI
Recommended usagePC/notebook
Customizable movement resolutionYes
Number of movement resolution modes2
Programmable mouse buttonsYes
Number of scroll wheels1
Adjustable polling rateYes
Polling rate120,1000 Hz
Bluetooth version2.0
Built-in memoryYes

Reviews of Corsair M65 PRO RGB FPS
Reviewed on 2017-07-27
It's true that Corsair is basically known to create everything PC related besides mice, as they've already exhibited a high level of success in their PC cases, headsets, cooling products and more. Not too long ago they've started to dip their toes into th...
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Reviewed on 2016-11-09
12,000 DPI adjustable optical sensor, RGB lighting, Integrated weight adjustment system, Corsair Utility Engine, Solid Construction
No carrying case for unused weights, Side panel corner may bother some users, Red Sniper button
The Corsair M65 PRO RGB is the latest iteration of the M65 FPS gaming mouse. The most notable change being the upgraded internals. Corsair has chosen a PMW3360 sensor which bumps the M65 PRO RGB up to a 12K DPI capability. The M65 PRO RGB is a purpose-bui...
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Reviewed on 2016-10-19
At first we would like to thank Corsair for offering us the M65 Pro RGB Mouse along with the MM800 RGB Polaris Mouse Pad for testing and reviewing."Founded in 1994, Corsair has grown from pioneering the high-performance DRAM market to one of the world's l...
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Reviewed on 2016-07-11
It must be tempting when you have a successful product such as the Vengeance M65 to leave well alone. After all, with an 8200DPI sensor it's hardly been overtaken by all the other mice in the ever escalating DPI arms race.Corsair though are never a compan...
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Reviewed on 2016-06-09
Whether you have a $10,000 beast of a gaming rig or a hand me down that isn't any more powerful than a toaster, having the right input devices can make a significant improvement in your work and play. Mice in particular come in all shapes and sizes to mee...
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Reviewed on 2016-05-16
Aluminum unibody design, Sniper button, 12000 DPI optical sensor, Great software, RGB lighting
Lighting on the front of the mouse could be better
Corsair has really made a name for themselves in the gaming market. You know that if you are buying a Corsair gaming product it is going to be of the highest quality and be loaded with features. One of the most popular FPS gaming mice for the past few yea...
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Reviewed on 2016-05-16
12,000 DPI adjustable optial sensor, RGB lighting, Integrated weight adjustment system, Compatible with Corsair's CUE application
No carrying case for unused weights, Side panel corner may bother some users
In this current period of what feels like a calm before a storm of new GPUs and CPUs, the peripheral market has been churning out devices left and right, and Corsair is right in the mix. Their newest revision of the popular M65 mouse series, the M65 PRO R...
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Reviewed on 2016-04-19
Today, we're taking a look at a new gaming mouse from Corsair that's not really all that new. Welcome the M65 PRO RGB, a refreshed M65 RGB with a new tracking sensor and some other small cosmetic changes. That mouse launched in 2014 alongside the Corsair...
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Reviewed on 2016-04-15
Corsair recently gave us the chance to check out their M65 Pro, which is an updated version of the Corsair M65 RGB gaming mouse that had been specifically designed for First-Person Shooters. It makes quite a few boasts in terms of customization for FPS ga...
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Reviewed on 2016-04-11
The first thing you notice when you pick up the M65 is its weight. It is a heavy mouse as a result of the weighting system inside the body of the mouse which can be adjusted to change the centre of balance. Alternatively you can remove all the weights and...
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Reviewed on 2016-04-06
RGB Lighting, 12,000 DPI, Another M65 mouse, Braided Cable, Removable Weights, Light Weight, Fully Programmable, Macros, CUE Software, Syncs up with my Strafe RGB Keyboard
There are few names in the industry as well-known and respected as Corsair. Whether it's their Cases, Coolers, Keyboards, or mice, as long as it has the Corsair name on it, you're guaranteed a well-made, quality product. Ever since December of 2012, my pe...
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Reviewed on 2016-04-04
Ultra-fast optical gaming sensor, extensive lighting effects, pro styling, very competitive price,
Low, wide stance isn't ideal for casual use, the small thumb buttons need updating, odd DPI indicator
Here at TBG, we've been keeping a watchful eye on gaming mouse tech for a while. In our most recent article on the subject, we conducted an extensive comparison of many top-selling models. In that shootout, the Logitech G502 Proteus Spectrum came out on t...
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Reviewed on 2016-08-18
Solid, Fingertip control, Lightweight, Configurable software and balance, Pretty lights
Scroll wheel doesn't freewheel much, Right-handed only
Corsair's old M60 mouse (and its subsequent, tweaked, evolutions) has been a stalwart, wired gaming mouse for a long time. Reminiscent of hypercars, it looks as though panels have been affixed to a solid, aluminium frame with everything exposed at the end...
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Reviewed on 2016-06-10
Corsair M65 PRO RGB Review – Labelled as an FPS gaming mouse, the M65 PRO RGB features a very high DPI support (12,000) with accessible, unique ‘Sniper button'.It also offers customisations like the weight system and millions of lighting colour to pick fo...
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Reviewed on 2016-05-05
Very well designed, Lightweight, Eight buttons that can be customized, Macros via the CUE software, Sniper button, Large PTFE pads for smooth use, 12,000 DPI optical sensor
With faster networks, higher end graphics, and computer systems that make the first supercomputer look like a chump, how do you make sure you get the edge when it counts in a game? Well, that is simple, you need the best weapons you can buy and no weapon...
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