Next up is the Vengeance M90 gaming mouse which features the familiar Corsair Vengeance colour scheme from past memory products. Consumers get to see the mouse through the packaging and key features are listed on the front and back. Inside we get a basic bundle of quick start guide and warranty leaflet.
The M90 is shown above and is a mouse designed mainly for MMO and RTS gamers. It features a soft touch surface on the top with the Corsair logo in the palm area and a large solid metal, rubberized scroll wheel is front and centre between the Omron switch left and right buttons.
At the left side of the M90 we find the majority of our buttons, there are 15 on the this Vengeance mouse with macro keys in easy reach of our thumb. The right side has no buttons however we can see another of the configurable buttons on the top of the mouse, behind the wheel.
On the underside of the mouse we find four PTFE feet for low friction movement and can clearly see the aluminium base plate and in the centre our 5700DPI laser sensor (Avago Technologies ADNS 9500 LaserStream). The sensor supports on the fly DPI adjustment as well as surface quality detection and features adjustable lift detection, 1ms response rate and has 165ips with 30g acceleration.
Inside the mouse we find 48kb of memory which can store 6 profiles and our mouse connects to the system via a 1.8m braided USB cable.
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