Corsair has launched a new wireless gaming mouse: the Qatar Elite Wireless. The mouse weighs only 69 grams and has a 26,000 dpi sensor.
Corsair Qatar Elite Wireless with accessories.
The Qatar Elite Wireless mouse can be connected via bluetooth or Corsair’s own Slipstream Wireless. With Slipstream Wireless, your mouse movements are polled at 2,000 Hz and you can connect multiple devices to a single USB receiver. The battery doesn’t last that long with this: 60 hours compared to 110 hours with Bluetooth.
Charging is done via USB-C, and in the meantime, you can continue to use the mouse wired. It also features a total of six buttons and an RGB-illuminated logo (also customizable), all programmable with Corsair’s iCUE software.
Corsair’s Qatar Elite Wireless mouse is available immediately in the US for $80. It is not yet known when it will arrive in the Netherlands and at what price.
Source: Hardware Info