Corsair Vengeance M60 review
Corsair’s first gaming mouse comes in two varieties: the MMO-friendly Vengeance M90 and the shooter-specific M60 reviewed here. It’s a tough mouse built around an aluminium chassis, unlike the mostly plastic competition, so it feels incredibly robust in the hand.
Beyond the usual selection of mouse buttons, including two on the side and two dedicated to changing cursor sensitivity, there’s also a sniper button positioned directly under the thumb to temporarily lower the mouse DPI for those crucial zoomed-in headshots.
It’s not as adjustable as the Mad Catz R.A.T. series, which are the only other mice we know built around a metal frame, but build quality is outstanding and we like the blue LED lighting that’s a lot less in-your-face than mice from the likes of Razer and Roccat. At £46 it’s reasonably priced for a top-end gaming mouse, and should last countless hours of online multiplayer.