Peripherals Reviews

Test: Real Wireless Gaming with the Corsair Harpoon RGB Wireless Mouse

Technical Details

Sensor Pixart PMW3325
Sensor type optical
DPI up to 10 000
Query rate up to 1000 Hz
Form Right Hander
Number of keystrokes 6 (including mouse wheel and DPI switch)
Switch Omron Switches (50 million clicks)
Length 115.5 mm
Width 68.3 mm
Height 40.4 mm
Weight 99 g
Connection type 2.4 GHz Corsair Slipstream, Bluetooth 4.2, USB
Cable length 1.8 m
Lighting RGB (Logo)
Price € 39.99

Equipment and Operation

The compact mouse contains a lot of technology. With Corsair’s new Slipstream technology, there’s no difference to a wired mouse during use. No lag could be detected in the test. A practical feature is that the 2.4 GHz radio receiver can be placed directly inside the mouse. So it can always be taken along and is not lost. But if you want to do without a dongle on the road, you can also operate the Harpoon RGB Wireless via Bluetooth. That’s great because it’s so easy to use at home as a gaming mouse or on a notebook while traveling.

And if the battery should be empty, you can simply continue to gamble while charging via a USB cable. With a battery life of up to 45 hours with the 2.4 GHz adapter and even up to 60 hours via Bluetooth, this can take a while. The right and left mouse buttons are equipped with Omron switches, which are designed for up to 50 million clicks. Both have an excellent pressure point, as do all other keys. The optical PMW3325 sensor reaches up to 10,000 DPI, which can be set by software in 1-step steps.

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Simon Lüthje

I am co-founder of this blog and am very interested in everything that has to do with technology, but I also like to play games. I was born in Hamburg, but now I live in Berlin.

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