Ironclaw RGB Wireless Overview
Taking a first look at the Ironclaw RGB Wireless the first thing you notice is that it is larger than most mice, it has official dimensions of 130.0(L) x 80.0(W) x 45.0(H) mm. Its unique shape with its very large “hump” makes it ideal for gamers who use a palm grip, especially people with larger hands. One thing I really liked about the original Ironclaw RGB was how light it was, while this is slightly heavier, it is still pretty light given its size at 130g.
Starting on the left side of the mouse the first thing that catches your eye is the large rubber textured grip, this is a perfect place for your thumb to sit. Right above it are two very large side buttons. Finally we have three indication LEDs.
Moving up the mouse there is another larger button that is positioned on top of the two side buttons and then two more smaller buttons towards the front of the mouse. The two smaller buttons have a slight texture on them, this is to make sure you know you are pressing them rather than pressing the main mouse button. Between the two main buttons there are two smaller buttons as well as a scroll wheel which is wrapped in textured rubber. So it total you have 10 programmable buttons.
Towards the back of the mouse is a Corsair logo, which is going to light up with RGB lighting when you have the mouse powered on. You’ll notice just how wide the palm section of the mouse is, this is going to give you that great grip and feel when gaming.
The right side of the mouse does not have any buttons, but does have the same type of textured rubber grip as the other side. This provides the perfect place to put your little finger.
Flipping the mouse over to the bottom there are four mouse feet, all of which are different sizes. These will help your mouse glide around on your gaming surface. At the center of the mouse we have the PixArt PMW3391 optical sensor, which can be adjusted from 100 DPI all the way up to 18,000 DPI in 1 DPI increments. Also on the bottom of the mouse is a small slider which you can set the operating mode, which is either 2.4 GHz (wireless dongle), Bluetooth, or off (wired).