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post #11 of 113
Interesting for sure.... adds more choices to ADNS 3090 mice, which is never a bad thing.
post #12 of 113
Those are palm grip right if they are ill be purchasing one for sure
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post #13 of 113
M30 is definitely an ugly mouse, but I love the shape and the sensor. Might be on my to buy list.
post #14 of 113
A4tech mold.

< Still has no clue why Corsair purchased Raptor gaming.
post #15 of 113
According to this: http://www.newegg.com/Product/Product.aspx?Item=N82E16826816022 the M40 weighs 5.29 oz. (w/ cable and weights). That's 148g. A total of 16.5g can be removed. That leaves 131g. Assuming the cable weighs 15g, the mouse alone weighs about 116g.

So, one more mouse I won't buy.
post #16 of 113
Hopefully Corsair has a light bulb that comes on and says, lets fix our product line (including in house and acquired products). I bought a raptor gaming mouse about a year or two back and that mouse was the cheapest piece of crap.
post #17 of 113
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Originally Posted by mint567 View Post

Hopefully Corsair has a light bulb that comes on and says, lets fix our product line (including in house and acquired products). I bought a raptor gaming mouse about a year or two back and that mouse was the cheapest piece of crap.

To be fair, using the 3090 is a big step forward. And some people even like mice that are as heavy as bricks.
post #18 of 113
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According to this: http://www.newegg.com/Product/Product.aspx?Item=N82E16826816022 the M40 weighs 5.29 oz. (w/ cable and weights). That's 148g. A total of 16.5g can be removed. That leaves 131g. Assuming the cable weighs 15g, the mouse alone weighs about 116g.

So, one more mouse I won't buy.

Well, that's assuming.

Intellimouse Optical 1.1 official measurement is 147g. Personally weighed @ 86~g without cable.

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To be fair, using the 3090 is a big step forward. And some people even like mice that are as heavy as bricks.

To be fair, not so great if hardware selection and firmware turn out sub average. wink.gif We'll see.
Edited by Skylit - 6/4/13 at 1:40pm
post #19 of 113
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Originally Posted by janaso View Post

According to this: http://www.newegg.com/Product/Product.aspx?Item=N82E16826816022 the M40 weighs 5.29 oz. (w/ cable and weights). That's 148g. A total of 16.5g can be removed. That leaves 131g. Assuming the cable weighs 15g, the mouse alone weighs about 116g.

So, one more mouse I won't buy.

Logitech site lists the G9x as weighing 153g with precision grip on, not sure if that's with cable or not, but probably. Anyway, it sounds like this Corsair mouse is slightly lighter than a G9x + shaped similar to one. Doesn't seem all that bad. I just can't figure out if it looks comfortable or not.
post #20 of 113
Corsair Raptor M40

Corsair is also releasing two new gaming mice to complement the new gaming keyboards. The Raptor M40 is a right-handed optical mouse with seven programmable buttons. It features adjustable weight, an Avago ADNS-3090 4000 DPI optical sensor, and DPI switching buttons.

The new gaming mouse will be available later this month for $59.99.




Corsair Raptor M30

Finally, Corsair is also launching a low-cost gaming mouse called the Raptor M30. This mouse is a less complex design, but it still packs a 4000 DPI optical sensor, six buttons, DPI switching, and red LEDs. It ergonomically favors right handed gamers.

The Raptor M30 will go on sale sometime this month for $49.99.




M30 weights around 120g (without cable)
M40 weights around 99.5g (without cable, weights)
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