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Poorly designed scroll wheel that jams or breaks oftenI've been a loyal Corsair customer since 2008. Very rarely do their products disappoint. This product is the exception. I've owned 3 these and I've never had one last me more than 4 months. All 3 times it was because the mouse wheel would stop functioning or get jammed.The good: I like corsair products, and this mouse is exactly what I needed for work and gaming. The software to map the mouse buttons and set up actions works flawlessly. It allows me to multitask and automate actions by just using my thumb. My workflow heavily depends on this mouse.The bad: The open design of the scroll wheel allows dust and hair to accumulates way to easily causing it to jam over time. It's almost impossible to clean it without risk of damaging the wheel. If you own any pets at all, you might as well zip lock this mouse in a plastic bag or not even bother buying this. If it not pets, then the scroll wheel will find a way fail through normal use. The mouse I'm using to write this review (my third one) just had the scroll wheel fail for a different reason. It feels like the mechanism that adds friction broke and fails to register up or down movement. This mouse also feels a tad uncomfortable if you have big hands. I wish they made it little larger like the Logitech G seriesOther thoughts: I would give the product 5 stars if not for the poorly designed scroll wheel that constantly jams or breaks. Corsair please fix these issues because this is an awesome mouse when it works.1This mouse is awesome. But the CUE software is 100% garbage. Pure, unadulterated garbage.The mouse is great.The CUE software is a raging dumpster fire. The software is pretty klunky, and was clearly designed by people who are utterly clueless when it comes to software design and tool implementation. One example that bears this out:You can't do obvious, simple tasks such as copying a presets or parts of presets to other profiles. You can build a library of common functions, but the fact you can't really do anything else (like, if you have Corsair headphones...you can't copy EQ presets, or if you own a Corsair KB, making use of things you've done with other profiles in new ones is obtuse, and really difficult as you have to recreate it for every profile)The CUE software is also horribly, horribly documented. You have one real choice: trawl and search through the corsair forums. Considering the prices for Corsair products....the lack of documentation is pretty staggering.I own this mouse, a K70 and Void headphones. These are all solid products, great in fact! But the software, the software is awful. So awful, that if I saw "Corsair CUE" on a resume for a developer job...I would completely blackball that developer. Not just for my company, but for anyone else I spoke to. This is how bad CUE is. The people developing this garbageware should not be working in software development.4Not very long-lasting.Bought this July 2017 to replace a Razer Deathadder Chroma that lasted two years (and to get added MMO functionality). This one barely made it one year and now it has a double click problem. Really disappointed in this; all mice die someday, but this is the shortest length of time a mouse has lasted for me that costs this much. I'll be looking at other brands from now on.1A solid choice for claw grip, pairs well with the Corsair keyboard. Understated design & logo = Gaming equipment for grown upsUsed a Razer Death Adder mouse for years, that thing was a work horse. I tried the Razer Naga but absolutely could not get used to the bank of buttons and ended up giving it away. Most recently was using a Steel Series Rival 300, which was fine, but I'm a claw gripper and my fingertips ended up way too far back on the mouse and it felt inefficient and sometimes my hand got achy. (I've since read reviews that it's better suited for palm grippers; should have read review before buying it, haha.) ANYWAY, regarding the Corsair Scimitar Pro - I'm determined to transition to more keybinding and macros in game and decided to try the MMO type mouse again, and I read that this one is good for claw grips because it has a higher back-end hump (under the palm) and is s bit shorter over all for a claw grip. I have long hands for a woman and prefer a larger mouse generally, and this one is proving so far to feel great under the hand - the slightly more bulbous back end helps anchor it a bit in the hand. I've adjusted the sliding button bank to suit my thumb position, and it's a good fit. My only hesitation thus far is that your thumb by default rests on the buttons and I'm nervous about pressing one or more accidently while generally using the mouse, though I admit that this hasn't actually happened, so that might be just me not being used to them being there yet. Also the top of the mouse is a bit slippery but I expect that to go away as the normal skin oils do their thing (at least I hope.) Unlike my Steel Series which slid around on my big steel desk like a cow on ice skates (had to buy a pad to even use it) - this mouse adjusted itself and works equally welI on the smooth steel or the rubberized fabric mouse pad. I've also not had issues with lift, I adjusted the lift in the software and it's been fine. I've seen one or two comments on the build quality, but that has not been my experience with this product or Corsair in general. I'm not a bargain buyer, price is rarely the driver in my choices (drives hubs nuts!), and I've returned to Corsair as a brand several times now for PC components, my keyboard and now this mouse. I've never had any issues with quality or performance from their stuff. Lastly, I like the fun lighting options because I'm a nerd, and the understated design & logo because I'm a middle-age woman with a normal job who would feel stupid with giant glowing skulls and equipment that looks like transformer toys.4PERFECT!This mouse is pretty awesome I must say. I will admit customizing can be a pain in the ass. However, it is just a one time pain because you can save all of your profiles on the Corsair Utility program which is neat. I bought this mouse because I wanted those 12 extra hotkeys for PUBG (Player Unknown's Battlegrounds). I know what your thinking...(really PUBG? and not a MOBA?) yes! LOL feels a bit heavier than the Corsair M45 Pro I have that is now in storage. Overall I am happy with it! I know this review is not as information or in-depth as you might like but the only thing I can say is try it in-store before you buy it!5... old Razer Naga to the Corsair Scimitar because I liked the looks and the feel of the buttonsI decided to move from my 2 year old Razer Naga to the Corsair Scimitar because I liked the looks and the feel of the buttons. However after only a couple of months it has developed a horrible double click bug.If you want a mouse that feels good in your hands and looks cool but breaks after only 2 months of use I highly recommend this mouse. Otherwise if you want a mouse that is going to last you a while pick a different brand.1After 3 hours of my very valuable time I got it to workI would like to give this product a higher rating. The build quality of the mouse is good and the mouse is aesthetically pleasing. However, I have 3 main issues with the side buttons on this mouse, which is likely the reason anyone would buy this.1. I thought I would increase the number of possible keys I have access to, similar to how some mice have "mouse button 4 and 5". But no, this mouse does not add mouse buttons 1 through 12 as one would assume. Therefore, you are limited to only "rebind" existing keys from your keyboard. If you need more keys, do NOT buy this product.2. The software to rebind keys (iCUE) is unnecessarily complicated and you will most likely need to do your own research and follow video guides to set up your mouse successfully. Many videos exist where they are using an old interface which could lead to confusion. I am happy with the high-level of customization but there must be a better way to implement this.3. There is currently a glitch in the software where every time you open the app, all side buttons get deactivated. I do not know why this happens, but according to forums, the issue might have originated from the latest firmware. Either way, for someone with no previous experience this was an added layer of difficulty on top of the already convoluted rebinding procedure.Overall, I took the time to write this lengthy review to release my frustration and warn other buyers of these issues before they buy it. My mouse is working perfectly now, but this should not have been so complicated and time consuming.2I like itBought as a replacement to my Razer Naga. The Naga was nice and all...but the laser sensor had contant freezing and jumping issues whenever the smallest piece of cat hair or dirt was on the mouse pad. It was TOO accurate for it's own good.I bought this mouse mainly for it's optical sensor, and it works perfectly. I also really like the hardware profiles, if you truly hate the CUE software you can just use it once to setup a hardware profile and then uninstall it.I use this mouse to play Guild Wars 2, Overwatch, and Heroes of the Storm and find it comfortable for all three of them.My only complaint is that the initial setup process for the 12 side buttons is rather click intensive (have to add a new action for every button, choose the key category from the drop down, and then choose the key), but after it's done it's quite easy to modify.The lighting is pretty awesome, you can customize the colors to basically anything. Enabling the advanced mode let's you make your own crazy fading / blinking / whatever colors choosing either solids or gradients between two colors so that it ends up smoothly transitioning. I personally have mine glow between purple and white with the keys turning purple out of phase with the rest of the mouse for a neat breathing like effect. It might take you a while to get your colors just right though :p5A solid improvement on a flawed, but great mouse that elevates it to top-tier.Corsair released the Scimitar RGB mouse some time ago without much fanfare, competing directly with the Naga - Corsair came out swinging big however with a strong product that featured a patented slider key system to move the 12 button layout how you wanted which was a nice idea for such a large amount of buttons. They offered a 3988 sensor powered mouse that offered acceptable performance for multi-use purposes, a comfortable safe shape, with a readily accessible panel of buttons for macros or keybinds. The problem with the old mouse, that I had, however was three fold. The first major issue with the old Scimitar was the sensor performance. Regardless of what you set the lift-off distance too - it was still very high, and upon making lifting movements would cause wild changes in cursor position even at low CPI settings. This was my biggest, and loudest complaint with the 3988 powered mouse. The other two problems were less severe, but still problematic... and it was the buttons.The buttons had a specific ... mushy... feeling to them despite being mechanical switches, and the other major issue with the buttons was that despite where you might slide the side button panel, the keys sat far too low in the chassis, causing my thumb to rub up against the mouse mat whenever I would attempt to use 1,4,7, or 10 buttons on the mouse. Not a huge issue, but a minor annoyance. The third problem was easily fixable - and it was the CUE software. A beautifully designed piece of software, that was just unfortunately not intuitive to use, and buggy as all get out...I am happy to say TWO of those major issues have not only been resolved entirely, but improved greatly.The new Corsair Scimitar Pro packs Corsair's own iteration of the popular PMW-3360 sensor, which they have called the PMW-3367. Lift off distance issues have been entirely resolved, as well as much better performance on a variety of surfaces. I tested the Corsair Scimitar Pro on a QCK+ Heavy, Zowie GSR, PureTrak Talent, MMX300, and a GLORIOUS XXXL, and it performed great on all the surfaces - all which have very different material.The other major issue is CUE, I am happy to say it has definitely improved in both usability, and function - while they still have kinks to work out - they are making headway into creating a great software suite. Not much else to say on that front. Some features I would add include the ability to reset surface calibration, as at present - you are not able to.The clicks, the left and right, feel springy and have good tension. Not quite Logitech G303 / G900 / G Pro clicks - but definitely up there in quality. Side panel buttons are better - not quite where I'd like them to be in terms of feedback, but definitely getting better. I can't quite tell but I feel like they've been slightly more spaced apart to be more easily "findable" on the fly. These could still benefit from being raised up slightly, as they still sit a little low for my comfort, but again - this is a minor personal opinion.The shell material itself has changed as well... less rubbery, and more plastic, but I think this was done to address durability concerns, as the rubbery coating on my old Scimitar despite only being purchased in November has already begun to wear - I forsee the Pro's coating to be much better in terms of wear and tear.The weight is a little on the high side for FPS / MOBA players, but it is certainly not excessive. with a bit of cable coming in at 118 grams for me. I prefer my mice under 100 grams, however in this case - this mouse is specifically for MMO use for me - I have other mice for FPS / General Use - so if you're an mmo player looking for a top-quality sensor mouse that can be used in FPS or other games that won't put you at any sort of disadvantage, I can highly recommend this mouse.Some odd design choices for me include the strip of brushed aluminium at the bottom of the mouse that houses the sensor - while it looks nice and gives a premium feel - the aluminium provides a jumping off point for fibers to get caught on cloth pads. I have not seen this happen with the Pro iteration yet - but it most certainly did on the old Scimitar.To be clear, there are things Corsair could still do to bring this mouse up to another level - shaving some weight and raising the buttons up a bit would improve ergonomics greatly, without much change to the design - but overall we are looking at an iterative change that brings a lot to the table. It is most certainly an evolution of the design, and brings great performance to the table at a good price.All in all - I'd say if you're in the market for an MMO mouse that can be more than that - grab a Corsair Scimitar Pro. You won't be disappointed in your purchase.4I really wanted to like this mouseI really wanted to like this mouse. So much so I threw the box away before i had a chance to really use it. It was replacing a 4 year old razer naga with a broken scroll wheel. This mouse is extremely jerky and it doesn't matter if you turn down the settings or not. Your camera views are all over the place and just plain "spazzy" you'll go to move your camera view in game (wow for me) just a little and it pretty much flips out and is in the exact opposite spot of where you wanted it to be, and this would happen constantly! I messed around with the settings, updated all the software and went to the corsair forums. Apparently this is a common problem that I couldn't seem to find a fix for. Now it's just collecting dust in my closet as a "back up mouse" and I went back to the razer naga....2
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Corsair Scimitar Pro RGB - MMO Gaming Mouse - 16,000 DPI Optical Sensor - 12 Programmable Side Buttons - Black