Corsair Harpoon RGB Gaming Mouse Mouse Review

The Corsair HARPOON RGB Gaming Mouse is a wired version of the Corsair HARPOON RGB Wireless. It has an excellent sensor with a high polling rate, low click latency, and wide CPI range but its CPI is quite inconsistent. The mouse has two side buttons that you can reprogram through the iCUE software.

Also it’s designed for right-handed people to use in either claw or fingertip grip style unless they have small hands where palm grips might be uncomfortable as well due to its smaller size than usual gaming mice which are usually larger so users could stretch their fingers out more comfortably when using them compared to this one being much smaller overall because there was no other choice since these were made otherwise if not this way then nothing would’ve been

Corsair Harpoon RGB Review

Corsair Gaming Harpoon RGB

The Corsair Harpoon is a decent choice for anyone who prefers to use the claw grip. This mouse provides comfort and its high-quality build ensures that it will last long even with heavy usage or travel. It doesn’t work well with larger hands using palm grips, but people can make do if they have small hands instead of large ones as expected from this product according to our review on Amazon feedbacks.. The good news about this device is that you don’t need any software program because it works right out of the box no matter whether your computer runs Windows or macOS operating systems!

The Corsair HARPOON is a great mouse for FPS gaming because it’s lightweight and easy to move around, but the cable feels stiff. It has low click latency and a high polling rate that you can adjust. The sensor isn’t very consistent, however with its wide CPI range of up to 16000 DPI this may not be an issue depending on your play style/preferences. Designed primarily for claw grip gamers (those who use their fingertips) due to its small size, the Harpoon will also work well in large hands when used as palm grip instead; which I personally recommend based off my own experience using it myself!

The Corsair HARPOON is a great choice for playing MMO games. You can reprogram almost any button, but there are only two side buttons. It has low click latency and a high polling rate which means your inputs will be registered quickly by the device without much delay between you pressing down on it and seeing an effect in-game or if using.

this mouse with other devices such as laptops that have been paired to the one designed specifically for gaming make sure to keep enough space around them so they don’t interfere with each other’s signal outputs or even worse cause damage! The design of this model allows gamers their preferred grip style whether it be clawing at objects like its namesake does when catching fish from below water surface level aiming weapons accurately at targets while.

The Corsair HARPOON is a light mouse, but not as light as some other ultra-light mice. It has low click latency and high polling rate with its stiff cable which makes it hard to remove kinks from. Unfortunately users can’t remove any parts to make the mouse lighter.

The Corsair HARPOON is bad for travel because it’s wired-only. Its bulky wire makes it difficult to carry around, but its well-built feel should alleviate some of your worries about breaking the mouse in a laptop case or bag.

Corsair Harpoon RGB Style

The Corsair HARPOON has a simple black body and slanted design. There are rubber textured grips on each side of the mouse, as well as glossy CPI switch button and programmable buttons on its left side. The single RGB location is found near the logo, which you can customize through iCUE software (a bit like in the case with Corsairs Wireless edition).

It looks nothing like it’s wireless counterpart; however, one important difference lies within lighting features – while Wireless version lights up both “CPI” signifying that some change was made to sensitivity settings along with glowing LED light under wheel indicating battery life remaining power level (%) , this wired variant only glows blue color when device gets connected via USB wire otherwise remains dark .

Corsair Harpoon RGB Weight

Maximum Weight With Wire: 113 g
Maximum Weight Without Wire: 85 g
Minimum Weight Without Wire: 85 g
Weight Distribution: Centered
Extra Weights: NO

This lightweight gaming mouse doesn’t allow you to customize the weight, but it’s still a great option for gamers.

Corsair Harpoon RGB Build Quality

The Corsair HARPOON is a well-built mouse made out of solid matte plastic. The sides are textured rubber grips, and there aren’t many loose parts aside from the CPI switch button which wobbles slightly. There’s an audible difference between left and right clicks as they’re not very satisfying to click on; however, the feet move smoothly so it can be easily moved around if needed.

Corsair Harpoon RGB Comfort of Use

The Corsair HARPOON is a comfortable mouse. It has a slight slant to the right, so it’s designed for right-handed use. The grips on the side feel nice and its programmable buttons are easy to reach from either hand grip. However, there is one major downside: its CPI switch button rests far back no matter which grip you’re using or how much room your thumb can stretch out in any direction due to this design flaw . To learn more about ambidextrous mice with better placement of their side buttons , refer instead to our review of SteelSeries Sensei RAW gaming mouse.

Right-handed: Yes
Left-handed: No
Ambidextrous: No
Coating: Matte
Finger Rest: No

Corsair Harpoon RGB Wireless Versatility

Bluetooth: No
Receiver: No
Battery Type: No Batteries
Use When Charging: No
On/Off Activation: None
Receiver Extender: No
Battery Indicator: No

The wired gaming mouse can’t be used wirelessly.

Corsair Harpoon RGB Sensor Specifications

Sensor Technology: Optical (LED)
Sensor Model: PixArt PMW332
Works On Glass: No
Minimum CPI (DPI): 250 CPI
Maximum CPI (DPI): 6,000 CPI
CPI (DPI) Adjustment Steps: 250 CPI
CPI (DPI) Variation: -13%
Minimum Lift Off Distance: 2.4 mm
Maximum Polling Rate: 1000 Hz

Corsair Harpoon RGB Buttons

Buttons Activation: Mechanical
Total Number Of Buttons: 6
Number Of Side Buttons: 2
Number Of Programmable Inputs: 6
Profile Switching Button: Yes
CPI (DPI) Switching Button: Yes
Gesture Support: No

You can reprogram the right click, CPI switch, two side buttons and wheel button through iCUE. Also you can program your left mouse as long as it is assigned to a different function on another key.