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Testseek.co.uk have collected 31 expert reviews of the Corsair IronClaw RGB and the average rating is 89%. Scroll down and see all reviews for Corsair IronClaw RGB.
 
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The editors liked

  • Large
  • Comfortable shape
  • Great 18k optical sensor
  • Bright RGB lighting (on the back
  • At least)
  • Decent price
  • ICUE software is easy to configure
  • Very comfortable for large hands
  • High-end PMW3391 optical sensor
  • Plenty of customisation options
  • Subtle yet helpful RGB lighting
  • Conforms to the hand for incredible comfort
  • Powerful sensor configurable for different surfaces
  • Blend of materials tailored to different panels of the mouse

The editors didn't like

  • Scroll wheel lighting seems pointless
  • Will be too large for most hands and grip styles
  • No weight adjustment
  • Software takes some getting used to
  • Right-handed only
  • Slightly heavy for a wired mouse

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  Published: 2019-01-10, Author: Alan , review by: gamesradar.com

  • Conforms to the hand for incredible comfort, Powerful sensor configurable for different surfaces, Blend of materials tailored to different panels of the mouse
  • Right-handed only, Slightly heavy for a wired mouse
  • An incredibly comfortable, high performance gaming mouse that's one of the best large mice you can buy...

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  Published: 2019-01-08, Author: Parm , review by: HEXUS.net

  • Very comfortable for large hands, High-end PMW3391 optical sensor, Plenty of customisation options, Subtle yet helpful RGB lighting
  • No weight adjustment, Software takes some getting used to

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  Published: 2019-01-07, Author: Matthew , review by: Bit-Tech.net

  • The Ironclaw RGB is a powerful and, in my opinion, much needed addition to Corsair's growing roster of gaming mice, as palm grippers have typically been left wanting. With a nicely constructed frame, excellent ergonomics, a strong sensor, and typically co...

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  Published: 2019-01-07, Author: Peter , review by: eteknix.com

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  Published: 2019-01-07, review by: vortez.net

  • Large, comfortable shape, Great 18k optical sensor, Bright RGB lighting (on the back, at least), Decent price, iCUE software is easy to configure
  • Scroll wheel lighting seems pointless, Will be too large for most hands and grip styles
  • Thanks to the Ironclaw's 18K sensor, RGB lighting, lightweight, yet large design and great software, Corsair have scored highly here.The RGB lighting is vibrant, bright and easy to adjust within the software, which can't be said for all gaming mice. But w...

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  Published: 2019-01-10, Author: Chris , review by: funkykit.com

  • Price, RGB, Corsair Quality, Made for Larger Hands, New optical sensor PMW3391, iCUE Software Controlled
  • For sixty dollars you wont find a better mouse that runs on software application for customization. If you are looking for an all around durable mouse at a great price give a glance at the Ironclaw RGB by Corsair. Very affordable mouse and you get the gua...

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  Published: 2019-01-10, Author: Hilbert , review by: guru3d.com

  • It's the year 2019, and we reached 18.000 DPI optical sensor based mice. Hey, I'm good with 8000 as well. Thing is though, this is a properly built and good mouse at a fair price. I can only describe it subjectively as 'good when gaming' with the tremendo...

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  Published: 2019-01-08, Author: stefan , review by: madshrimps.be

  • includes a brandnew PixArt PMW3391 sensor with DPI values up to 18000, rubberized side panel surfaces for optimal grip during longer gaming sessions, powered by iCUE unified software for tons of configuration options, two segment RGB for eye candy, so it
  • IRONCLAW RGB is quite light at just 105g thanks to its allplastic construction and measures 130 x 80 x 45 (LWH); we found it to be very comfortable while using it with a palm grip, while the latest highend sensor made in cooperation with PixArt should be
  • IRONCLAW RGB is quite light at just 105g thanks to its all-plastic construction and measures 130 x 80 x 45 (LWH); we found it to be very comfortable while using it with a palm grip, while the latest high-end sensor made in cooperation with PixArt should b...

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  Published: 2019-01-07, Author: Jim , review by: pcper.com

  • Abstract:  We got an early peak at each mouse along with the MM350 Extended XL, the latest version of Corsair's gaming mouse/desk pads. Read on for a quick look at what each new gaming mouse brings to your PC gaming experience.The M65 RGB Elite is an update to C...

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  Published: 2019-01-07, Author: Nathan , review by: Techreport.com

  • Ironclaw RGB January 2019 Corsair's new Ironclaw RGB gaming mouse is solid all around, but I have a few nitpicks. The scroll wheel feels a little cheap, and the thumb grip is somewhat short. iCUE can also be a bit of a pain in the neck, but once you fine...

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