Corsair Vengeance M60

83
Global
Score
83

There's a lot to like about this in spite of a few flaws.

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Engadget Summary

Corsair's Vengeance M60 is made for first-person shooters, and if you're in its, er, target market, you're likely to appreciate its precision, customization, and that nice, big "Sniper" button. In-between FPS sessions, you'll find that it also works well as a standard, right-handed, ergonomic mouse, and you can reprogram that Sniper button to meet your other gaming (and even productivity) needs. At $60, it's a good deal compared to some other precision gaming mice, though there's no wireless option available.

from $130+

Scores

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Breakdown

Ergonomics / comfort
8.7
Design and form factor
9.0
Configurability
7.0
Accuracy
9.5
Portability
6.7
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Specs

Vengeance

Type
Gaming
Ergonomics
Right-handed
Sensor type
Laser
Resolution
5700 dpi
Buttons
8
Special buttons
yes
Scrolling device
yes
Connection type
Wired
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Specs

Vengeance

Type
Gaming
Ergonomics
Right-handed
Sensor type
Laser
Resolution
5700 dpi
Buttons
8
Special buttons
yes
Scrolling device
yes
Connection type
Wired
View Full Specs
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