Corsair introduces new performance gaming mice Nightsword RGB and M55 RGB Pro

Just last week, Corsair announced a new line of wireless gaming peripherals. Today, the company introduced two more products to Corsair's family of high-performance gaming mice, the flagship Nightsword RGB and the mid-range M55 RGB Pro. Both devices come equipped with an array of unique features and the latest technology.

To start with, the Nightsword RGB uses a smart tunable weight system that tracks the current mouse weight and centre of gravity in real-time to deliver extremely high levels of calibration and control. It sports an advanced 18,000 DPI optical sensor, the PMW3391, which adjusts in single-DPI resolution steps and can be customized to achieve the maximum possible sensitivity on the mouse.

Weighing between 119g and 141g, the Nightsword has ten fully programmable buttons which can be configured using Corsair's iCUE software for macros and remaps. Other features include a 1.8m braided fiber cable, 50 million click-rated Omron switches, and dynamic RGB lighting on four zones.

Moving on to the M55 RGB Pro, the mouse features a versatile symmetrical design which is suitable for use with either hand. It weighs just 86g, making it extremely lightweight and therefore easy to use for longer periods of time. The gaming mouse is equipped with a PMW3327 12,400 DPI optical sensor which comes with five customizable DPI presets. It has a total of eight programmable buttons, iCUE compatibility, 50 million click-rated Omron switches, dynamic RGB lighting across two zones, and a 1.8m braided fiber cable.

As for pricing, the flagship Nightsword RGB costs $79.99 while the ambidextrous M55 RGB Pro is priced far cheaper, at $39.99. Each mouse comes with a two-year warranty, including global customer service and tech support. To purchase the products and find more detailed specifications about them, you can visit the official websites for the Nightsword RGB and the M55 RG Pro.

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