October 18, 2021

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Corsair Qatar Pro Wireless Review: Battery-powered Wireless Gaming Mouse for Small Budgets

Corsair Qatar Pro Wireless Review: Battery-powered Wireless Gaming Mouse for Small Budgets

Requires an entry-level wireless mouse, the Qatar Pro wireless manufacturer does not incorporate the most advanced optical sensor from PixArt and is satisfied with the PMW3325. However, the most powerful sensor, with a top speed of 2.54 m / s and can withstand 20 accelerationsg. In practice, only fast-paced players at low sensitivity risk are flirting with its limitations. During our testing, we did not notice a drop out of the sensor, but a slight correction of the angle and flawless pixel-by-pixel tracking.

However the latency of the wireless transmission is very small Dongle USB supplied. Corsair’s “slipstream wireless” link works perfectly with an exchange frequency of 1000 Hz with a computer and makes no difference compared to a wired link. The result is a slightly less reliable use of Bluetooth, but is suitable for office use, for example on a laptop.

The maximum sensitivity of the sensor reaches 5000 dpi. Corsair doubles it in software, which only adds the number ten to make it look ridiculous on a technical sheet. In practice, this still does not help, however, at 5000 dpi, just 2 cm of normal motion is enough to cover the entire width of the Ultra HD screen.

In terms of autonomy, the Corsair has announced 135 hours of use with the AA battery. A long time for the rat Gaming. However, we recommend using rechargeable batteries to avoid using more alkaline batteries. In regret, let us quote the inability to use the mouse on a USB wired connection. It is always a good idea to have a spare battery with you.

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