February 28, 2024

The 3 Best Corsair Mice of 2021 Mouse Reviews

Corsair makes a wide range of computer accessories, most of which cater to gamers. While we’ve tested only 12 mice by Corsair, we’ll be testing more soon and will update this article when we do. Below are our recommendations for the best Corsair mice that we’ve tested.

The best Corsair mouse for best fps mouse gaming that we’ve tested is the Corsair SABRE PRO. It’s lightweight, feels very well-built, and has a comfortable right-handed shape with a slightly textured plastic body for added grip. It’s well-suited for all grip types, but those with small or medium-sized hands may have trouble reaching both side buttons or the scroll wheel using a claw grip, while those with small hands may not be able to hit both side buttons with a fingertip grip. It has excellent low click latency, a low lift-off distance, and a CPI with a wide range that you can adjust by increments of one. Also, unlike most Corsair mice, it has a very flexible paracord-like cable. It’s one of the first mice with a maximum polling rate of 8000Hz, which should provide smoother-feeling mouse movements, but it isn’t something we currently test.

Unfortunately, Corsair’s iCUE companion software warns that setting the polling rate to 8000hz is only recommended for computers with high-end processors. Also, the scroll wheel doesn’t have L/R tilt buttons, and you can’t unlock it for free-scrolling mode, which may be disappointing if you plan on using it as a multipurpose mouse for gaming and work. That said, this is an amazing, lightweight choice for FPS gaming with excellent performance and plenty of customization options.


Corsair Scimitar Pro RGB Design


The best Corsair mouse for MMO gaming that we’ve tested is the Corsair Scimitar Pro RGB. This wired-only option has a rounded back and pinky finger rest that should help make it very comfortable for long gaming sessions. Its design is suitable for any hand size when used with a claw grip and for all hand sizes except for extra-large hands when used with a palm grip. It feels incredibly well-built, and there’s no wobbling or looseness despite its moveable 12-button panel. Its unique side button panel can slide forwards or backward to provide the best fit for your hand size, and all 12 buttons can be remapped to any action. It’s compatible with the Corsair iCUE software, through which you can remap any of the buttons and customize the RGB lighting. It has an impressively low click latency that should feel very responsive and a wide CPI range that you can adjust very precisely by increments of one.

Unfortunately, it’s quite heavy, and there’s no weight optimization, but this comes as a cost of its exceptional build. Also, the cable is quite stiff and retains kinks, and it might create drag while you move the mouse around. The sensor is a bit inconsistent depending on if you move the mouse fast or flow, but it shouldn’t be too noticeable for most people. All in all, this is an outstanding mouse for MMO gaming, and it’s among the best MMO mice we’ve tested.


    Corsair HARPOON RGB Wireless Design

    The best Corsair mouse in the budget category we’ve tested is the Corsair HARPOON RGB Wireless. It’s excellently well-built and can be used wired or wirelessly via Bluetooth or its USB receiver, and it’s fully compatible with both Windows and macOS. It’s suitable for any hand size when used with a claw grip and for most hand sizes when used with a fingertip grip. It has a wide CPI range that can be adjusted by increments of 200, and it has a very consistent sensor. Through the Corsair iCUE software, you can customize the RGB, remap most of its buttons, and change the CPI to your liking. It has an amazingly low click latency, and while it’s a bit higher over Bluetooth, most people should still find it very responsive. If you want to save some money and don’t mind a wired mouse, the Corsair M55 RGB Pro is also a great option to consider.

    Unfortunately, the sensor’s minimum lift-off distance is quite high, so movements may be tracked while you’re repositioning your mouse. The CPI adjustment steps aren’t as precise as other options, so this might be disappointing if you like having minute control over your CPI. Also, it doesn’t have onboard memory, so it can’t maintain any customization settings when you switch computers. That said, this is an impressive gaming mouse for its price point, and it’s among the best gaming mice we’ve tested.


Compared to other brands

  • Great customization and compatibility. Corsair’s iCUE software is fully compatible with both Windows and macOS, and most Corsair mice have an adjustable CPI of steps of one, which is great.
  • Excellent durability. The majority of Corsair’s mice feel extremely well-made and durable.
  • Many programmable buttons. Most Corsair mice feature a fair amount of additional buttons, and all buttons are programmable.
  • Stiff cable. Most Corsair mice we’ve tested have stiff, rigid cables that can create drag when running across your desk.

Corsair makes a fairly wide range of gaming mice that should suit anyone’s personal preference. They’re known for making very durable-feeling mice that are extremely customizable on both Windows and macOS.

Recent Updates

  1. May 06, 2021: Replaced the Corsair M65 RGB Elite with the Corsair SABRE PRO as the ‘Best Corsair Mouse For FPS Games’ due to better performance.
  2. Feb 05, 2021: Replaced the Corsair M55 RGB Pro with the Corsair HARPOON RGB Wireless as the ‘Best Budget Corsair Mouse’ due to better performance and availability.


Corsair makes a wide range of gaming mice designed for different uses, from FPS to MMO. Almost every Corsair mouse we’ve tested feels extremely well-made, and even their budget mice have a great build quality. Most of their mice have an understated design and are less flashy than some options from other companies.

For other options, see our recommendations for the best mice, the best gaming mice, and the best wireless mice.