The Corsair IRONCLAW Wireless is a good overall gaming mouse. This large right-slanted design has an amazing sensor performance and low button latency, whether wired or wireless. However, it’s heavy which not everyone will prefer despite its well-built build meant for larger hands.
Corsair Ironclaw RGB Wireless Review
The Corsair IRONCLAW Wireless is a great office mouse thanks to its wireless design and fairly ergonomic, right slanted body. It’s very comfortable in a palm grip with the thumb rest and good amount of buttons for workflow.
The IRONCLAW is a great mouse for FPS games. It has extremely low click latency that makes it feel very responsive, probably because of how heavy and large the device is. Some people might find this too bulky to use in their game though!
The Corsair Ironclaw is a fantastic mouse for MMO gaming. With an impressive performance and several buttons, it provides you with plenty of inputs to access your abilities quickly at the press of a button. Unfortunately, this won’t be as ideal compared to dedicated MMO mice that have panels on either side full of 9 or 12 extra keys .
The Corsair IRONCLAW Wireless isn’t designed to be an ultra-light gaming mouse. It’s rather big and heavy, making it unsuitable for this use.
The Corsair IRONCLAW Wireless is a decent travel mouse. Thanks to its Bluetooth compatibility, you can easily connect it without bringing the receiver around thanks to no need for dongles or wires of any kind. However this device does have some drawbacks including being very bulky and not fitting in laptop cases well which might be hard on your wrist if used over time.
Corsair Ironclaw RGB Wireless Style
The Corsair IRONCLAW Wireless gaming mouse is specifically designed for gamers. It has a variety of RGB lighting and features an aggressive style with rubberized thumb rest on the left side, buttons atop its body, and large design overall.
Corsair Ironclaw RGB Wireless Weight
The Corsair IRONCLAW Wireless RGB is very heavy, weighing in at 317 grams. There are no optimization options for this mouse either!
Maximum Weight With Wire: 173 g
Maximum Weight Without Wire: 133 g
Minimum Weight Without Wire: 133 g
Weight Distribution: Centered
Extra Weights: No
Corsair Ironclaw RGB Wireless Build Quality
The Corsair IRONCLAW RGB Wireless offers great build quality, but isn’t quite on par with other Corsair mice like the SCIMITAR PRO. It’s made out of solid plastic rather than aluminum and has regular feet that slide decently well. There are no loose parts to be found either.
Corsair Ironclaw RGB Wireless Comfort of Use
This right-slanted design allows for an ideal palm grip, but some of the buttons might be harder to reach depending on your hand size.
Finger Rest: Thumb
Corsair Ironclaw RGB Wireless Versatility
The Corsair IRONCLAW Wireless has amazing wireless connectivity. It can be used both via Bluetooth or with its receiver/ You can easily switch between modes by using the switch underneath the mouse, and it also turns itself off after 5 minutes of inactivity to preserve battery life.
Battery Type: Rechargeable
Use When Charging: Yes
On/Off Activation: Auto Off And On/Off Switch
Receiver Extender: Yes
Battery Indicator: No
Corsair Ironclaw RGB Wireless Sensor Specifications
Sensor Technology: Optical (LED)
Sensor Model: PixArt PMW3391
Works On Glass: No
Minimum CPI (DPI): 100 CPI
Maximum CPI (DPI): 18,000 CPI
CPI (DPI) Adjustment Steps: 1 CPI
CPI (DPI) Variation: -10%
Minimum Lift Off Distance: 1.2 mm
Maximum Polling Rate: 1000 Hz
Corsair Ironclaw RGB Wireless Buttons
This mouse has a lot of buttons, but it might be awkward to use them at first. The 10 programmable buttons are located on the left side of this device, and there is also one profile switching button and one CPI switch button included. Although they provide good feedback when you click them, their positioning may take some getting used to for most people.
Buttons Activation: Mechanical
Total Number Of Buttons: 10
Number Of Side Buttons: 3
Number Of Programmable Inputs: 10
Profile Switching Button: Yes
CPI (DPI) Switching Button: Yes
Gesture Support: No