Corsair's New Mouse Lineup and XL Mouse Mat Review: Page 4 of 9

Posted by James Keir on Monday, January 7, 2019 - 2:00pm

Packaging & Closer Look: Ironclaw RGB

The Ironclaw RGB, much like the MM350, is packaged in a black and yellow box. The front of the box shows a top view of the Ironclaw and is labeled as an “FPS/MOBA Gaming Mouse”.

Corsair Mice and MM350

On the back of the Ironclaw packaging, it notes some of its features like its 105g weight and the 18,000 DPI optical sensor in 4 languages. At the bottom, it lists the system requirements for the mouse which include PC with USB port, Windows 7/8/10 and an internet connection to download the iCUE software.

Corsair Mice and MM350

Moving to the side of the box, it shows a side view of the Ironclaw RGB, which shows off the DPI setting display and its two left side buttons.

Corsair Mice and MM350

The last side of the box sports the tagline “Control Freak”.

Corsair Mice and MM350

Removing the Ironclaw from the box, it’s packaged with a molded plastic and yellow colored cardboard.

Corsair Mice and MM350

Taking off all the packing material reveals the Ironclaw RGB along with its warranty guide and user manual.

Corsair Mice and MM350

Bringing the Ironclaw RGB in for a closer look, the back of the mouse has an RGB lit Corsair logo. The logo is completely flush with the black surface, so it shouldn’t be uncomfortable for your hand during gaming sessions.

Corsair Mice and MM350

The left side of the mouse has a textured surface covering the majority of the back half. Above the textured surface, we have 2 buttons which have a nice audible click when pressed. Toward the front, we have the 3 RGB LEDs which denote the current DPI setting.

Corsair Mice and MM350

The right of the Ironclaw RGB has the same textured surface covering the majority of the side.

Corsair Mice and MM350

Looking at the front of the Ironclaw, there is a rubber scroll wheel with a textured surface. On either side of the scroll wheel, there are contoured left and right mouse buttons with the same smooth surface as the front of the mouse. In the center, are the last two configurable buttons of the Ironclaw RGB which by default, control the profile and DPI settings.

Corsair Mice and MM350

Flipping over to the bottom of the mouse, we have the optical sensor in the middle with 4 oversized pads in each of the corners.

Corsair Mice and MM350

The cord is completely black with a braided cover and also includes a Velcro strap to help secure extra wire.

 

Corsair Mice and MM350

The USB plug is branded with the Corsair logo and has a textured area at the front of the connector.

Corsair Mice and MM350

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