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Old 01-16-2017, 04:57 PM
KevOW KevOW is offline
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Default Really hoping that we're on the same page

I hope you aren't talking about the M65 Pro RGB mice. Corsair's lightweight series needs a sensor refresh. The M65 and Scimitar aren't viable in a competitive environment. Seriously, there are pros in the FPS competitive scene using Corsair products for their mousepads, keyboards and headsets. Out of ALL the CS:GO and Overwatch professionals, there is only ONE using a Corsair mouse (sources below). Cozen uses the Sabre RGB, which is part of your lightweight series. No one wants to use the M65 for CS:GO or Overwatch. It's heavy and your thumb rests on sniper button. The Katar, Harpoon, and Sabre are all wonderful products that boast their lightweights behind their safe shapes. That's what people are looking for in today's competitive environment. I personally want to purchase the Katar, Sabre and Harpoon, if they were to release PRO versions of these mice in the near future.

CS:GO Pro Set-Ups: http://on-win*********/cs-go-config-...sitivity-pros/

Overwatch Pro Set-Ups: http://on-win*********/overwatch-pro...board-headset/

I understand you're not marketing to professionals, but they're using mice that are great examples for what the average FPS player is looking for in today's market. I hope whoever is in charge of the Mice and Keyboard department takes a look around other forums based around peripherals to see what the the average player is looking for. You guys even sponsor this FPS mouse reviewer with your products.

Rocketjumpninja's video on the M65:

Rocketjumpninja's updated top 40 mice lists the Scimitar at 40, the Harpoon at 37, and the Sabre at 32.
http://www.rocketjumpninja.com/top-40/

Last edited by KevOW; 01-16-2017 at 05:05 PM. Reason: Linked sources and Corsair sponsored reviewer
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