Corsair Ironclaw RGB Wireless Review

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Corsair Ironclaw RGB Wireless

The Ironclaw RGB Wireless by Corsair gets in the marketplace with a complete comparable design that likewise has a couple of noticeable modifications. It is the function that provides this mouse its name: It has an integrated battery and can be utilized wirelessly. Corsair likewise geared up the mouse with a couple of additional buttons that make it feel somewhat various from the initial Ironclaw RGB.

There are a couple of RGB LED lights on the mouse’s front; one below the scroll wheel and the Corsair logo on the palm rest is lit up with RGB LED lights. Many of these lights will not be noticeable when the mouse is in usage, which makes it a bad option if you are looking for a mouse that’s a good light program.

Pixart PMW3391 optical sensing unit that brings an 18,000 DPI rating rests at the heart of the mouse. It provides greater accuracy than the Pixart PMW3367 inside the Corsair’s Dark Core RGB SE cordless mouse, and it likewise brings a much better DPI score than Logitech’s G502 Lightspeed mouse

Corsair Ironclaw RGB Wireless Front


The conventional left- and right-click buttons on this mouse usage Omron changes that are more responsive than conventional mouse buttons and can last for as much as 50 million clicks. This mouse likewise has a clickable scroll wheel, 2 DPI buttons straight listed below the scroll wheel, and 5 buttons on the left side which can be programmed to carry out any function you want.

The Ironclaw RGB Wireless was designed with a big outside shell that must fit big hands more conveniently than your typical mouse. Mike Epstein suggested in his PCMag evaluation that the total style felt excellent to him which his fingers fell naturally onto the buttons, however as it is among the more significant video gaming mice on the marketplace, you ought to think about something else if you have small hands.

The company indicates this must make it possible for the mouse to work with a latency of less than 1ms and provide it a benefit over Corsair’s Dark Core RGB SE when utilizing the cordless secret. The Ironclaw RGB Wireless does not support cordless charging like the Dark Core RGB SE.

WIth a competitive function set and an $80 cost, the Ironclaw RGB Wireless is a reliable choice for anybody searching for a cordless video gaming mouse. As it does not have cordless charging, it might not be the best solution for everybody.

Logitech’s G502 Lightspeed uses similar performance, and it consists of cordless charging, though that mouse is likewise substantially more pricey at $149.99. Corsair’s Dark Core RGB SE is likewise a reliable option that includes cordless charging, and it is presently on sale for $69.99; however, the cordless charging pad will set you back an additional $79.99. All things thought about; the Ironclaw RGB Wireless stays a reliable alternative.

Reference Website: Extreme Tech

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