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$22.95 $37.99 40% off list price

Features
The CORSAIR M55 RGB PRO Gaming Mouse offers game-winning versatility with an ambidextrous design that fits any grip or hand, and a highly precise 12,400 DPI optical sensor.
Weighing in at just 86g, the M55 RGB PRO's light and versatile ambidextrous design lets you play at your highest level with either hand using your most comfortable grip, be it palm, claw, or fingertip.
Take control over your gaming thanks to a 12,400 DPI optical sensor for high-accuracy tracking.
Durable construction featuring 50 million click-rated Omron switches and a premium braided cable gives the M55 RGB PRO the strength to withstand years of intense gaming sessions.

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Poll rate?
You can also switch its polling rate between 125-250-500-1000Hz according to rtings

https://www.rtings.com/mouse/revi...55-rgb-pro
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Yes, woot has been around for a long time, and was bought by Amazon in 2010.
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From Amazon reviews bad sensor and overall not a good mouse. Just an ok beginner mice if you get it under $25

One reviewer suggests the sensei 310 or the Glorious Model O.
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I got this a few months back when it was $20 at BB and had a reward very to use. The on-the-fly sensitivity adjustments are nice if you find that helpful. There are 5 levels but I usually only use 3 of them.

I have personally had an issue with the mouse losing connectivity with the PC which a firmware update did not fix. I'm trying a different USB port/ header to make sure it's not something with my mobo before calling in a warranty claim.

The buttons on both sides take some getting used to if you haven't used this type of mouse before. I previously used a Steelseries Kinzu which was great for my needs when the the price and aesthetics of this mouse attracted me to it. May switch back if this thing keeps flaking out.

Hope this helps someone!
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I got this mouse back in March and the left click recently started to go out. Apparently this happens to a lot of Corsair mice. Before that I would constantly have disconnect issues. Too bad because it was a very comfortable mouse. I replaced it with a Glorious O- and don't miss it one bit.

Also, the warranty is only good for a refurbished unit. I did not want one of those. I bought a Corsair refurb years ago that ended up dying pretty quickly as well.
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I got this mouse back in March and the left click recently started to go out. Apparently this happens to a lot of Corsair mice. Before that I would constantly have disconnect issues. Too bad because it was a very comfortable mouse. I replaced it with a Glorious O- and don't miss it one bit.

Also, the warranty is only good for a refurbished unit. I did not want one of those. I bought a Corsair refurb years ago that ended up dying pretty quickly as well.
Corsair warranty is not what it used to be. Very poor warranty now.
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Bought two months ago. With my motherboard from 2012 after reboot I would have to re-plug-in to get Corsair software to recognize. No issues with my B450 motherboard. No complaints for my light gaming use. Only two side buttons can be used because it is left-hand vs right-hand mode.
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