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Corsair Katar is the gaming mouse in its purest form. An 8,000 DPI zero-acceleration optical sensor, a compact and light weight design tuned for exceptional comfort and feel, programmable fast-response buttons and polling that pushes the limits of the USB protocol all work together to provide the responsiveness demanded by the world’s fastest gamers. And with our exclusive Pro Player mode, you can instantly take advantage of performance and tuning settings created by some of the top players on the planet. Katar is built for seasoned gaming professionals, aspiring professionals, or anybody who wants to take a shot at playing with world-class competitive gamers. Features• Designed for winning: created with the help of top pro gaming teams around the world. • Pro player mode: Get up to speed with preconfigured performance and tuning settings customized by the world's top players. • Compact, ultra light weight design: At just 85 grams, it can help you react more quickly and reduce fatigue. • 8,000 DPI optical sensor: extreme accuracy for FPS and MOBA gaming. Zero acceleration provides precise tracking for headshots or champion kills. • Zero lag interface: the 1,000Hz polling rate pushes the limits of the USB protocol for imperceptible lag. • Ambidextrous Shape: Optimized textured rubber sides grips for left and right handed players. • Four programmable buttons: take control with extensive customization -- anything from simple remaps to complex macros. • On-the-fly DPI tuning: instantly adapt your mouse speed to the situation for total command of any environment.
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Tangle Free Rubber
63.9 x 38.4 x 110.7 mm (WxHxD)
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What’s the most important part of your PC system? Its processor? The mainboard? Maybe the power supply? You’d only have a case if you thought it’s the PSU. That cornerstone of a PC system is the most important part of the PC system as concerns what’s in the chassis, which might surprise you, but it’s definitely the devices you use to interact with a PC which are absolutely top dog.
Corsair Gaming KATAR Gaming Mouse, with Ambidextrous Design, Pro Player Modes, 100 to 8000 DPI, Backlit Red is rated
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Rated 5 out of
Very nice mouseThis is a very nice mouse responsive adjustable to meet your needs several save settings nice and smooth on the mouse mat and is great for leftys like me.
Date published: 2017-03-08
Rated 2 out of
Not the best design, or implementationI've been using this mouse for work and play. Of course, you're not interested in work.
My experience in gaming on Dota 2 has been taxing. I've owned a Steelseries Kinzu and Sensi. I wanted to go back to the basics (like the Kinzu) and have a simple mouse for people who don't need multiple buttons beyond the obvious required ones (because only noobs need them).
I've played around 50 hours of Dota 2 with this mouse, and I have three major issues with it.
Firstly, the sensitivity switch button on the middle of the mouse is easier to accidentally hit than the likes of the Kinzu and Sensei, thus rendering you dead before you realise what happened. I had to resort to countering this with the software by removing all but my one preferred sensitivity setting so it has no effect. This is something I haven't had to do before with my previous mice.
Secondly, the middle mouse button requires a lot of force to press. I really do mean it takes a LOT of force. This results in a lot of in-the-moment complications such as zooming in or out because you also scroll accidentally when trying to pressing the button. This is the worst issue by far. On this alone I would not recommend it to any gamer where the middle mouse button is central to the gameplay.
Thirdly, the mouse requires a relatively huge air gap to not register a mouse move. Quite often when playing Dota 2 (often several times a second), I lift the mouse to offset the pointer. This mouse requires a relatively high distance before it allows you to do this, even with the lowest setting in the software tool.
I find it hard to believe that MOBA pros are using this mouse. If they are, then I'd want to see how well they do with a better one!