At CES 2019, Corsair has added several new mice to their current lineup. Two of them are the Corsair Harpoon RGB Wireless and Wired. The Harpoon RGB is a small but very interesting mouse from Corsair, giving people with a small budget the possibility to get a full-on gaming mouse.
The Harpoon mouse is no new mouse, it has been around for a while. What makes it interesting is that it now comes in wireless. There is no need to spend hundreds of dollars on a new wireless gaming mouse because the Corsair Harpoon RGB Wireless has everything you need. At least that’s what Corsair hope that you will think.
On paper, the Corsair Harpoon RGB Wireless looks like a deal made in heaven. The mouse has a 10,000 DPI optical sensor, it has a battery time of 60 hours without RGB and 30 hours with RGB on, and it weighs only 99 grams. What you have is a small mouse that will last for a long time without the need or charging.
What makes this mouse interesting, and the reason I am writing about it is the wireless feature at this price point. The Harpoon RGB Wireless support Bluetooth and a Bluetooth dongle comes with that you can store inside the mouse if you don’t need it. The mouse also supports 2.4Ghz wireless, which should give you a more stable connection. Lastly, you can use the wire as well but if that’s the plan, you should buy the Harpoon RGB Wired instead.
For a long time, gaming mice have been very expensive and if you wanted a gaming mouse at this price point, you needed to purchase a brand that no one ever heard of. Corsair has now given users this option instead. Getting this mouse for child’s or people with small hands will be perfect.
The Corsair Harpoon RGB Wireless is available now. Click here to see the wireless version or click here to see the wired version on Amazon.
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