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I picked up the Corsair M60 a couple of days ago as a potential replacement for my trusty MS Sidewinder.

I've had mixed success with Corsair products in the past (great power supplies, cases, and water cooling kits, not so great RAM) so I figured that Corsair would go that extra step to ensure a really quality product.


Uses the Avago Technologies ADNS-9500 Laser sensor
The Good:

Braided cable, removable weights, easily adjustable DPI, sniper button.

Solid build quality

The Bad:

Pebbled exterior is uncomfortable

Not big enough to be a proper palm grip mouse but too big (and improperly shaped) to be a claw grip

Twitchy in game use (notably BF3) irrespective of DPI settings. Could never really get comfortable aiming with this mouse. Compared to my MS Sidewinder and various Logitech Mice, I found it to be very challenging from an accuracy perspective. This may be resolved by firmware updates (as CM did with the Spawn) but I also had liftoff issues as well that are usually indicative of the type of sensor used.

Uncomfortable ergonomics (for me at least). I have fairly large hands and found my pinky and second last finger cramped and without anywhere to rest during the use of the mouse. Also as I noted above it's not a true palm grip and as such creates an awkward hand position to provide grip.

The sniper button only works when you hold it down. I get the concept behind this but the position of the sniper button is so far forward that you literally have to hold the mouse on an angle to keep the button depressed.

Also the second mouse button (closest to the front of the mouse) is a bit too far forward for comfort and hard to activate when needed.


All in all not a great experience. It's gone back to the store.

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Edited by Robilar - 1/2/12 at 12:40pm
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Maybe you need to modify your finger positions?

From the dawn of time, till about a few months ago, I always used mice in the way you describe:

-Index on left mouse button
-middle finger on right mouse button
-ring finger + pinky shoved down the side of the mouse.

I watched a vid of different mouse grips and saw:

-index on left mouse button
-middle finger on mouse wheel
-ring finger on right mouse button
-pinky used for grip


I thought it was god damn weird even just trying it the first time, given that I've been doing it one way since about 1995, but I slowly did it more and more till its become quite natural. Just something to try I guess.

I've been looking into the M60/90 K60/90 a lot and the size of the mice did seem like it might be a factor as I also have large hands so thanks for the feedback.
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post #3 of 21
Quote:
Originally Posted by GrizzleBoy View Post

Maybe you need to modify your finger positions?
From the dawn of time, till about a few months ago, I always used mice in the way you describe:
-Index on left mouse button
-middle finger on right mouse button
-ring finger + pinky shoved down the side of the mouse.
I watched a vid of different mouse grips and saw:
-index on left mouse button
-middle finger on mouse wheel
-ring finger on right mouse button
-pinky used for grip
I thought it was god damn weird even just trying it the first time, given that I've been doing it one way since about 1995, but I slowly did it more and more till its become quite natural. Just something to try I guess.
I've been looking into the M60/90 K60/90 a lot and the size of the mice did seem like it might be a factor as I also have large hands so thanks for the feedback.

That sounds really uncomfortable and cramped with a large hand. It's not even comfortable with my small hands :/

Good review!

That sniper button sounds silly all together for me, but sounds even worse than I would of thought because it needs to be held down.
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I have the mouse i just got it 2 days ago old mouse was a World of Warcraft mouse. I like it so far the sniper button works really well for me at least in BF3.
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Quote:
Originally Posted by GrizzleBoy View Post

Maybe you need to modify your finger positions?
From the dawn of time, till about a few months ago, I always used mice in the way you describe:
-Index on left mouse button
-middle finger on right mouse button
-ring finger + pinky shoved down the side of the mouse.
I watched a vid of different mouse grips and saw:
-index on left mouse button
-middle finger on mouse wheel
-ring finger on right mouse button
-pinky used for grip
I thought it was god damn weird even just trying it the first time, given that I've been doing it one way since about 1995, but I slowly did it more and more till its become quite natural. Just something to try I guess.
I've been looking into the M60/90 K60/90 a lot and the size of the mice did seem like it might be a factor as I also have large hands so thanks for the feedback.

When I said I have big hands I wasn't exaggerating... Frankly that's not an option.

I have used other mice that fit my hands just fine (the logitech MX500 series for example and the MS Sidewinder). That's only one element of what I didn't like about this mouse. I'm planning on grabbing a Mionix Naos 5000 and see if that's a right fit for my needs.
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When I said I have big hands I wasn't exaggerating... Frankly that's not an option.
I have used other mice that fit my hands just fine (the logitech MX500 series for example and the MS Sidewinder). That's only one element of what I didn't like about this mouse. I'm planning on grabbing a Mionix Naos 5000 and see if that's a right fit for my needs.

What mousepad are you using? Chances are you're going to feel that same "accuracy" feeling that just doesn't seem quite right with the Mionix Naos 5000. Mionix Naos 5000 uses the same Avago A9500 sensor.
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The Saitek Cyborg V.5 mousepad. Works great with my Sidewinder X5 (which uses the Avago ADNS-A6010 sensor).

I don't have the Mionix yet. I'd forgotten that it uses the same sensor as the M60.
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Nice read.

I too am going from a MS sidewinder to the corsair M60, it should be arriving at some point today. I'll post back with my findings.
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Got the M90 and it feels great. However took some adjustment from the G9. Also made sure to adjust DPi to that of my previous G9.

Robilar perhaps you should pick up the M90 and see if that fits your needs better than the M60 ?
Edited by 45nm - 1/4/12 at 5:24pm
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Don't pick up the M90 yet, the software really sucks bad. Great hardware though.

You guys complaining about the sniper button don't get it. The entire point is to hold it in. If you just want to change the DPI lower then just use the DPI button(s). The sniper button is for reducing the pointer speed without having to move your fingers. The drawback is that you may have to change your grip slightly to take advantage of it. I was using this feature in BF3 and Boarderlands with the RAT9 mouse and it worked great. With a press of a button (held in) I got amazing accuracy without having to move a finger and click a DPI button and then press another button after to put the DPI back where it was. With a sniper button you just press your thumb on the button, take your shot and release your thumb pressure. Once you get used to it it's a great feature. Even better with the M90 because you can program it to any button that's most comfortable for you. I tested it in Windows using the rear middle thumb button and it feels great. I will be using it a lot once they get the software working properly. Note though, on the G90, you don't have to use it at all. Just don't program it. All the buttons are programmable. The G90 has great potential. Too bad they marketed it before the software was ready.
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