Corsair M75 Air Wireless Gaming Mouse Debuts for US$150

The wireless mouse market is seeing some strong entries lately. Recently, we saw Keychron release the M2 Mini. As I've covered, it's a gaming mouse that prioritizes comfort and accuracy. Now, the Corsair M75 Air stepped into the game.

Like the Keycrhon M2 Mini, the Corsair M75 Air aims to deliver excellent performance with a light and ergonomic build. To be exact, the new Corsair wireless gaming mouse comes with a lightweight build, a highly accurate sensor, and a thoughtful design to make gamers perform their best.


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One of the biggest highlights of the Corsair M75 Air wireless gaming mouse is its lightweight build. To be exact, it is the largest unit that Corsair has to offer to gamers. It weighs just 60 grams. While it's not as light as the Keychron M2 Mini, the fact that Corsair could cut the weight down without shrinking the shape is impressive.

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Moreover, the M75 Air comes with PTFE feet. That, combined with the lightweight build, will offer the gamers a buttery smooth gliding experience. In other words, making quick moves and flick shots with this wireless mouse will be a piece of cake.

Under the hood, the Corsair M75 Air features the Corsair MARKSMAN optical sensor. It's a 26000 DPI optical sensor that's capable of registering even the slightest movements. That means you can enjoy highly accurate tracking with this sensor. This will eventually offer you a competitive edge against in-game opponents.

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What's more important is the M75 Air wireless gaming mouse features QUICKSTRIKE buttons and optical switches. These deliver accurate and low-latency responses, which is pretty important for competitive games.

The Corsair M75 Air also offers versatile connectivity options. It has SLIPSTREAM wireless and Bluetooth. You can also use it in the wired mode through the USB port. And thanks to the optimized hardware, the wireless mouse can offer 100 hours of battery life after a full charge. Overall, the mouse is offering a lot for US$150.

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