Testing & Software
- ASUS FX503VD 15.6” FHD Powerful Gaming Laptop,
- Intel Core i7-7700HQ Quad-Core 2.8GHz (Turbo up to 3.8GHz) Processor,
- 4GB GTX 1050, 128GB SSD + 1TB HDD, 8GB DDR4,
- 16GB RAM, Windows 10 Home
Here we plugged in the pad, pairing it with not only a mouse but with my personal favorite, the Corsair M65 Pro RGB to show how they both look in-sync together.
Here we have the incredible Corsair Utility Engine Software, which shows the Corsair Polaris MM800 plugged in and in all it’s glory. Remember you
Have to download the CUE to get the best out of your pad and all other Corsair products infused with CUE capabilities.
Here you see the Corsair M65 Pro RGB Mouse which I included showing the MM800 pad in its full function. You can see all the different settings and unlimited color combinations available when paired together.
When both plugged in you have Corsairs Cross-device lighting synchronization enabled.
You can choose just about any color combinations you can think of which Corsair is I feel the leader with their software to date.
Here are some different color combinations set through the Corsair Utility Engine, I really enjoyed trying out the ingenious software they have created, it is a lot of fun.
Here are several more pictures of the Polaris MM800 illuminated in action, notice the Corsair Logo is light up as well like I mentioned previously.
As you can see the clear plastic trim(edges) shows the lighting surprisingly clear and looks great in any color it is lit up in. I had to display 3 more photos to further show the Polaris pads capabilities while illuminated in 3 different configurations.