Premium feel, great for large hands
The Corsair Ironclaw RGB is a fantastic mouse, I have had mine for about a year now and it is still in great conditions, buttons all work perfectly, theres no ghosting or stuttering.
As always with corsair peripherals, it has a braided fabric non detachable USB cord, a premium plastic housing and large anti friction pads on the bottom. it has plenty of grip focused surfaces, the upside is it actually works, without being a rubber that wears overtime, the downside is its a magnet for dirt and grit, especially if you eat whilst using it. due to...the way the grips are carved its quite a tedious mission to clean it, although i find myself having to do it max once every 3 months or so, which isnt too bad. It has a light weight and simple design with 4 custom mappable buttons, the side buttons are great for MOBA and FPS gameplay however the top two buttons are reserved for profile and dps switching. Whilst the location of the buttons isnt the biggest issue in the world, it is easy to knock, especially when going from typing back to holding the mouse, so definitely be wary of that. The best way to counter this is if you have a combination of Corsair Mouse and Keyboard, most of Corsairs lineup of keyboards come with a RGB, Profile switch and a lock button, this means you can remap the mouse key and dont have to worry about accidentally switching profiles. All in all aside from the only fault of being able to change profiles by accident, I cannot fault this mouse, it is super comfortable in hand and super accurate on most surfaces. I highly recommend it to anyone who struggles with the more main stream options which can be too slimline or low for larger hands, the ironclaw fills most hands very well.
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