The mouse itself is based on the same Razer Naga design that we have seen from past models in the family. Our top surface is high shine plastic with a green wave design and the palm area, like the scroll wheel and thumb buttons lights up green.
The mouse measures 116x70x46mm and weighs approximately 134g.
Over on the left of the mouse we have one of the key features for this model, the six mechanical thumb buttons. Each of these corresponds to the numbers one to six on our keyboard and in the centre is a replaceable rubber thumb rest. Flipping the mouse round to the right we have a contoured surface which our fingers rest on/against.
Looking at the front of the device we have the centre mounted braided cable which ends in a gold plated USB connector. Around the cable we can clearly see the curved left/right buttons, scroll wheel and behind it two programmable buttons which work as forward/back as standard.
Flipping the mouse over there is a lot going on at the base. First up are five low resistance feet to ensure smooth gliding. In the centre we have a switch that sets the thumb pad between keys 1-6 and the num-pad 1-6. Then we have the laser sensor which on this mouse is a 3.5G, 5600DPI model with 1000Hz ultrapolling and 1ms response time.
Corsair Raptor M45 Gaming Mouse Review
Today we will be taking a look at the Raptor M45 gaming mouse from Corsair. The M45 is a mid-range gaming mouse from their Raptor range which looks to satisfy the needs of enthusiast gamers, especially FPS players.
Here we have the Bloody RT5A gaming mouse by A4Tech, reviewed by Kaeyi Dream, featuring both wired and wireless operation.
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