Corsair Scimitar Pro RGB MOBA/MMO Gaming Mouse with 17 Programmable Buttons

Corsair has unveiled Scimitar Pro RGB, its latest MOBA/MMO gaming mouse. Using its 17 programmable buttons, the mouse lets you quickly activate skills and spells in your favorite games. Like the design? Let’s keep checking.

Corsair Scimitar Pro RGB MOBA/MMO Gaming Mouse

Appearance design

The Scimitar Pro RGB is a professional and powerful gaming mouse that measures 119.4 x 77 x 42.4mm and weighs 147g. As we can see from the images, the computer mouse features an ergonomic right-handed design, and its smooth and matte finish lets you comfortable hold the mouse for a long gaming session. Meanwhile, its yellow accent adds some vivid aesthetic style to the mouse, and its customizable RGB lighting across 4 different zones provides you immersive visual effect.

Corsair Scimitar Pro RGB MOBA/MMO Gaming Mouse

Performance and features

The gaming mouse comes equipped with an ultra-accurate 16000 DPI sensor in order to offer fast response and precise positioning for various video games.

Furthermore, Scimitar Pro RGB features 17 programmable buttons. In addition to 5 buttons on the top panel, the gaming mouse has 12 mechanical side buttons for easy access with your thumb, and the textured side button keycaps deliver enhanced grip. Moreover, its exclusive key slider system allows you to adjust the side button positions up to 8mm for perfecting matching your palm size.

In addition, the gaming mouse has three predefined MMO/MOBA profiles, and you can also create more profiles for your favorite games. Using CUE software, you can freely configure your Scimitar Pro RGB including setting every button, creating macros, changing DPI, customizing RGB lighting and more.

Price and availability

Corsair Scimitar Pro RGB gaming mouse is priced at $89.99 USD. If you’re interested, jump to Corsair official site for its more details. BTW, don’t miss the Rival 500 gaming mouse and more cool related gadgets by following tags.

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