In a world of $300 gaming keyboards and $1000 gaming mice, Corsair’s new MX-50 Gaming Mouse may just be the best.
For a $300 mouse, the MX-100 is pretty good.
For $1000, it’s worth the extra $100.
If you need the best gaming mouse, however, you’ll need to get Corsair’s MX-10 Gaming Mouse, which costs $200.
Corsair says the MX100 will deliver a 60Hz response rate, which is the highest the company has ever seen for a mouse.
It also features an all-metal design that looks great on any surface.
It’s the perfect mouse for gaming on PC.
Read more about the MX50 Gaming mouse here.
The MX-40 Gaming Keyboard will be available later this year.
Corsair’s Gaming Keyboard is the first mouse to support the USB-C port.
It has a large backlit keys layout and has a detachable backplate that makes it easier to move around.
It’ll be available for $199.99, which puts it in line with the Razer DeathAdder, Razer DeathStalker, and the Razer Blade Pro.
The Corsair MX-20 Gaming Keyboard costs $199 and is available for pre-order now.
It will be launching in April.
Corsair also announced the MX20 Gaming Mouse that it’s working on.
The keyboard is a new, lighter version of the MX40, and is a direct successor to the MX30 Gaming Mouse.
The new mouse has a much higher resolution and will also be a USB-A 3.0 mouse, so it can support future USB-c standards like USB-F, which will allow PCs to connect to devices via a variety of devices.
The price for the new MX20 is $229.99.
The company also has two more keyboards in the works: the MX25 and MX40.
Corsair is also launching the MX10 Gaming Keyboard in April for $249.99 and the MX70 Gaming Keyboard later in the year for $299.99 (or $549.99 in Canada).
The MX10 will have a USB Type-C connection and will have the USB 3.1 Type-A connector, allowing it to support future Type-c connectors.
The Razer DeathTalker is the latest gaming mouse to be made by Corsair, which was founded in 2009.
It retails for $399.99 on the company’s website.
The DeathTaker will be a smaller version of its previous gaming mice that were launched in 2018.
It features a redesigned design with a metal frame, two buttons on each side, and a rubberized backplate.
It comes with a Razer Core Wireless Controller and a USB 3, Type-B, and Type-E Type-AA ports, and will support USB Type C connections as well.
The mouse will be launched in April and it will be powered by a Razer Thunderstrike 4 Pro, which features a USB 2.0 Type-D port, so the mouse can be connected to other peripherals such as headphones.
It weighs just 5.5 ounces.
Corsair currently offers the MX35 Gaming Keyboard for $239.99 for a non-redesigned design, and it retails at $349.99 with a USB 1.1 and a Lightning port.
Corsair has also released a new gaming mouse called the MX75, which retails as a $199 USB-AC adapter.
Corsair will also release a gaming mouse and keyboard in May.
Corsair launched its MX50 and MX50M gaming mice back in December, and now we know the MX90 will be the company-wide replacement.