Back in January at CES we were shown some new gaming mice from Corsair, one of which was the Ironclaw RGB. This mouse was designed for people with large hands who use a palm-style grip. With the popularity of the mouse Corsair is giving it their Slipstream Wireless treatment for sub-1ms wireless connectivity. The mouse is pretty much the same as the wired Ironclaw RGB so you are going to get that very unique design, Pixart PMW3391 18,000 DPI sensor, 10 programmable buttons, OMRON switches, and much more. Could this make me retire my Corsair Dark Core RGB SE? Read on as we find out!
Three Ways to Game: Connect with hyper-fast, sub-1ms SLIPSTREAM CORSAIR WIRELESS TECHNOLOGY, low-latency Bluetooth, or USB wired.
Comfort When It Counts: Contoured shape that’s sculpted specifically for palm-grips and larger hands.
Powerfully Precise Optical Gaming Sensor: A custom Pixart PMW3391 native 18,000 DPI sensor, adjustable in 1 DPI resolution steps, gives you total sensitivity customization and ultra-accurate tracking.
Ten Fully Programmable Buttons: Customize the way you play with powerful macros and key remaps to give you an in-game advantage.
Ultra-Durable Omron Switches: Rated for more than 50 million clicks.
Dynamic, Three-Zone RGB Backlighting: Choose from dozens of customizable presets and effects to perfectly match your setup.
Onboard Profile Storage: Take your settings with you, with hardware macro playback and lighting control.
Up to 50 hours of Battery Life when using bluetooth: Play uninterrupted with battery life that lasts for days, or plug in for wired mode to keep playing while charging.
Intelligent Control, Unlimited Possibilities: CORSAIR iCUE software enables vivid dynamic RGB lighting control, sophisticated macro programming and full-system lighting synchronization across compatible CORSAIR peripherals, coolers, fans and more.
Surface Calibration Tuning Utility: Automatically tailors responsiveness and precision based on your individual playing surface.
The Ironclaw RGB Wireless comes in Corsair’s retail packaging, which has a more toned-down look now. On the front is a photo of the mouse and it lets us know the mouse is compatible with iCUE and makes use of Slipstream technology. Flipping over to the back we have a few more shots of the mouse and a list of features in a few different languages.
Getting everything out of the box we have the Ironclaw RGB wireless mouse, braided USB cable, USB wireless receiver, USB cable adapter, a users guide, warranty guide, and a safety information guide.