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Corsair Scimitar RGB MOBA/MMO Gaming Mouse Specs

Corsair Scimitar RGB MOBA/MMO Gaming Mouse Specs

Release Date in Malaysia
DateDec 2015
Input device
Device interfaceUSB
Buttons typePressed buttons
Buttons quantity17
Scroll typeWheel
Movement detection technologyOptical
Movement resolution12000 DPI
Recommended usagePC
Programmable mouse buttons
Number of scroll wheels1
Scrolling directionsVertical
Customizable movement resolution
Form factorRight-hand
Colour of productBlack
Country of originChina

Corsair Scimitar RGB MOBA/MMO Gaming Mouse Expert Reviews
Reviewed on 2017-09-04
Gaming mice have always been a thing, but a real explosion in the available amount has happened in the last years. There is an unprecedentedly large offer and for this article we test no less than 37 mice of 15 different manufacturers, in the more luxurio...
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Reviewed on 2016-04-01
Personally I'm not a MOBA or MMO player – more of the GTA fan – but this mouse has some interesting features I think the MOBA fans will like. Want one? Amazon: Check out our awesome website! Vessel: —-——————————————————————————————- Want to get anything...
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Reviewed on 2016-03-24
Ever since WoW became responsible for a lost generation of gamers, the need for more buttons grew as the phrase “emptying shit buckets” became an endearing way to describe a non-stop weekend of gaming. For me there's always been an aura of awe surrounding...
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Reviewed on 2016-03-10
12000 dpi sensor, RGB Lighting, Movable 12 button grid.Messy interface, Grid buttons need getting used to
The Scimitar marks Corsair's latest foray into this space and it is now making its way to India by the end of this month. While the Scimitar does sport the Naga button grid, it does bring a few new things to the table.The Corsair Scimitar RGB retains some...
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Reviewed on 2016-03-02
With MMOs and in particular the Dota-inspired MOBA games such as League of Legends gaining in popularity every year, it's no surprise that peripheral manufacturers are designing products to appeal to this expanding market. Corsair's MMO-focused mouse, the...
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Reviewed on 2016-02-24
Solid build with aluminum core, Adjustable slider, Sharp responsive buttons, Lots of customization, Software feature set is exhaustive with nearly every function you can think of, 17buttons to play with, Lots of pretty lights, Shared effects and interoper...Software is a little glitchy at times and hard to use initially, No memory, requiring the CUE software to be installed on each PC
Online games often have an unrealistic expectation of human anatomy and ergonomics. You need to have a hand with 12 fingers, capable of extending over 8-inchs, another hand to set modifiers and select party members with F-Keys, also doubling up use with t...
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Reviewed on 2015-12-24
Extremely comfortable over long periods, World class, 12,000 DPI optical gaming sensor (Pixart ADNS s3988), Fantastic lighting and great back end software, Additional buttons provide all the extra function you will ever need, Mechanical switches and adjus...Thumb drags when pressing lowest buttons, Big keypad may be difficult for some to press everything, May be a bit heavy for some.
As you would expect from a contemporary high end mouse it also comes fitted with RGB LEDs, powerful back end software and some innovative, ergonomic styling.This is a complete package that will certainly cater to a specific audience who demand a complex b...
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Reviewed on 2015-12-11
To touch on what makes this mouse so different is the implementation of a new 12,000 DPI optical sensor. At this level 4k monitors and higher are finally able to have an instrument that works with enough accurate precision and sensitivity to make a notice...
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Reviewed on 2015-12-09
17 (yes, 17) buttons, Corsair Utility Engine firmware, Good ergonomic-design choices, Angle-snapping support and five lift-distance settings, Excellent sensor with huge dpi rangeQuirky styling colors, No lift-distance wizard, Annoying light, Stores only one profile, Side buttons can be awkward to reach
Companies will eagerly put forward their own visions for ordinary mice, be they ambidextrous, vertically oriented, horizontal, in any number of shapes. Some are so bizarre, they would have led Victor Frankenstein to sublet his lab and take an entry-level...
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Reviewed on 2015-12-08
Full RGB over four color zones, Fully customizable button actions via CUE software, Color scheme synchronization between products (when applicable), Adjustable fit for macro button pad placement, Smooth gliding and wellbuiltSoftware has a few snags – easily fixed with future update?
Fallout 4 has been out for almost a month now. There were several who waited with the pre-download ready to go anxiously on the eve of the 10th. Some of us lucky to be in the right time zone to see it before midnight and still be "sick" from work. Others...
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Reviewed on 2015-12-04
Excellent build quality, Great aesthetics (including customisable full RGB lighting), Adjustable keypad position, Mechanical switches used for thumb buttons, Zero accelerationQuestionable performance at max DPI, Keys need to be remapped before assigning in game, Buttons aren't as tactile as they could be, Not so great for claw grip
Corsair have been streamlining, tweaking and revamping their gaming brand and have made selection of new releases from the excellent STRAFE keyboards to the VOID headsets Though today we get to take a look at an interesting product which many MMO and MOBA...
Reviewed on 2015-11-23
After a few stumbling attempts a few years ago, mice purely aimed at the MMO/MOBA crowd are definitely mature enough to warrant splashing some serious cash. No longer are they just FPS mice with a load more buttons bolted on, but the ergonomics are regul...
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Reviewed on 2015-11-18
You don't have to go too far back into the annals of gaming history to reach a time when the concept of Multiplayer Online Battle Arena's (MOBA) were something nobody had heard of. Sure Everquest and then World of Warcraft took the MMO from dark rooms int...
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Reviewed on 2015-11-08
Great build quality, Comfortable ergonomics, Key Slide adjustment, 12 fully programmable mechanical buttons on side, Customisable 4zone RGB lighting, Comprehensive software, Excellent sensor performance, Competitive price, Cons, None, Neutral, No lefthand...
Corsair Gaming has been on a major winning streak recently, with the amazing Corsair Void series of headsets being some of the best we've ever tested, followed by the incredible Corsair Strafe RGB Cherry MX Silent, which is an incredible keyboard and also...
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Reviewed on 2015-11-02
With their new mouse Corsair have the Razer Naga and Logitech G600 in their sights. Looking to be the MOBA/MMO mouse of choice…and adding a cool feature it certainly looks impressive on paper. Find our if they can succeed in our Corsair Gaming Scimitar RG...
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Reviewed on 2015-10-23
It's been a while since we last took a look at a so-called MMO gaming mouse and though the glory days of MMORPGs have past, there is still life in some of the largest MMOs out there. World of Warcraft's reported 5.6 million subscriptions from this past Au...
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Reviewed on 2015-10-19
Almost EverythingClaw Grip Users Will Need To Get Used To It
I must commend Corsair on their lighting on the mouse since it's definitely the shiniest mouse I've seen. I instantly fell in love with its looks and love the way Corsair have seamlessly fitted every panel and piece together. First impressions are definit...
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Reviewed on 2015-09-11
The Corsair Scimitar RGB is touted by Corsair Gaming as being “the world's most advanced MOBA/MMO gaming mouse.” That's a bold statement, but one look at its revolutionary Key Slider macro button control system can be enough to change the mind of even the...
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