Hardware Corsair Scimitar RGB Gaming Mouse Review

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  1. Dogbert666

    Dogbert666 Live. Laugh. Benchmark. Staff Administrator

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    Skibo1219 Brains...the other white meat.

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    Its a shame you didnt go that extra mile and add some comparison to Logitech's Gaming Software. A comparison between the two programs might have made a difference when I was shopping for a new mouse last month, I purchased a G700s. I stuck with Logitech brand because i know the software to be reliable, easy to manage, and regularly updated, but in the end, I really dont have nothing to compare it with.
     
  3. thom804

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    I would reiterate this point.
    I have the G600 and though it's taken some getting used to, I find the macro buttons fantastic now. Also, the G Software is fantastic and extremely easy to load custom profiles by just pointing the profile at the executable and it autoloads each and every time.
     
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    Interesting design, with the moveable buttons but, my arthritic right thumb would never cope.
     
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    If the software is anything like that of the M65, get the logitech. Macro's assigned to specific buttons are beyond tedious to work out how to do in the Corsair Software. I think for one combination I discovered it wasn't even possible.
     
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    Thanks for the review. I like the details of this mouse a lot. I've got a Razer Naga, which I like, but I am really tempted to try this one out.
     
  7. thom804

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    Try the G600 as well. By the sounds of it, the £30 premium you're paying over the Logitech number is for flashy lights, a textured mousewheel, and a tiny adjustment over the thumbpad.
     
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