- The Ironclaw RGB Wireless features a 18,000dpi sensor
- The Glaive RGB Pro has a total of seven programmable buttons
- Corsair also launched two new gaming mouse pads
Corsair has just announced two new high-performance gaming mice called Ironclaw RGB Wireless and Glaive RGB Pro. The former is a wireless version of the Ironclaw RGB which launched in early 2019 while the latter, is a more advanced version of the Glaive RGB with a new 18,000dpi sensor, interchangeable side grips and additional RGB lighting. Both mice come with a two-year warranty but Indian prices haven’t been revealed yet.
The Ironclaw RGB Wireless features Corsair’s Slipstream wireless technology along with a 18,000dpi optical sensor. The mouse retains the palm-grip optimised shape and rubber sides of the wired version. It boasts of a sub-1ms wireless latency, a range of up to 10m and something called IFS (Intelligent Frequency Shift) for a stable connection when using it in a dense wireless environment, such as a LAN party. The mouse can be used in wired mode too, which simultaneously charges the battery. A singe charge is said to provide up to 50 hours of play time.