Corsair Gaming Glaive
Corsair pitches the M65 as its primary FPS mouse, but I’m not a massive fan. It’s uncomfortable and too heavy. Instead, it’s the company’s new Glaive mouse that’s a far more appealing option. Sporting a conventional shape, the Glaive is a very comfortable mouse that can be made even more to your liking via its party trick: The left side can be swapped out. In place of the default textured rubber you can have a smoother plastic piece or an extended grip that adds thumb support.
Overall it’s quite large and heavy, so it’ll be suited either for palm grip, or claw and fingertip grip for those with large hands. The positioning of the back and forward buttons means you have to reach up to hit them, rather than just tapping them with the side of your thumb.
Elsewhere, you don’t get any other extras. There are six main buttons and a scroll wheel, all of which are of high quality. You also get the signature bit of aluminium in the construction of the mouse.
The Glaive’s 16,000 DPI optical sensor does a fine job and I even quite like its RGB additions— which can be customized via Corsair’s iCUE software—but the shape and weight of this mouse limit its appeal.