CORSAIR Launches New DARK CORE RGB PRO Wireless Gaming Mouse
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CORSAIR Launches New DARK CORE RGB PRO Wireless Gaming Mouse

Corsair has announced premier wireless mice the new DARK CORE RGB PRO and DARK CORE RGB PRO SE. Using Corsair’s Slipstream Wireless (hyper-polling technology) and 18,000 DPI optical sensor offering enthusiasts leading tech with both wired and wireless charging options.

Retaining the same shape and comfort, Corsair has made several improvements to The CORSAIR DARK CORE RGB PRO including three connectivity options:

• Sub-1ms SLIPSTREAM WIRELESS
• Low-latency Bluetooth
• USB wired

The base of every good mouse the optical sensor has also received an upgraded, A custom PixArt PAW3392 optimized for wireless, with extremely low power consumption and a native 18,000 DPI resolution, customizable in 1 DPI steps. This coupled with new hyper-polling technology (communicating with a PC at up to 2,000Hz) enables the DARK CORE RGB PRO to deliver the full performance benefits of Slipstream Wireless.

A gaming mouse with out RGB in 2020! nope this is not it the DARK CORE RGB PRO, nine… nine zones of RGB lighting and integrated light bar seems like a lot for a wireless mouse that runs on a battery. But im sure with Corsair iCUE these can be customized, synchronized and turned off.

iCUE also controls the eight buttons featured on the DARK CORE RGB PRO as well as button remaps and advanced macro programming. Two interchangeable side grips, and USB-C cable are also included.

DARK CORE RGB PRO SE

The SE will add Qi wireless charging for use with Qi-compatible devices such as the CORSAIR MM1000 mouse pad and pack 50 hours of battery life. Durable Omron switches rated for 50 million clicks, and onboard storage to save up to three lighting and macro profiles.

Written by Chris Carew

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