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Corsair IronClaw RGB Wireless Gaming Mouse – hits the SLIPSTREAM!

Today Silas takes a look at the latest Corsair IronClaw RGB – which adopts Corsair’s Slipstream wireless technology. This newest model is £15 more expensive than the non wireless model at £69.99, is it worth the extra money? We find out today. Read more here:


Model: IronClaw RGB Wireless
Colour: Black
Wireless Connectivity: 2.4GHz Slipstream, Bluetooth® 4.2
Wired Connectivity: USB 2.0
Battery Type: Built-in lithium-polymer
Battery Life 2.4GHz Slipstream:  16hrs w/ lighting and 24hrs w/out
Battery Life Bluetooth® 4.2: 30hrs w/ lighting and 50hrs w/out
USB cable: Braided 1.8m
Software: Corsair iCue
Button number: 10
Switches: Omron
Dimensions: 130.0 X 80.0 X 45.0mm
LED: 3 Zone RGB
Sensor: Pixart PMW3391
Sensor Type: Optical
DPI: 100 – 18,000 with 1 DPI steps
Polling rate: 1000Hz
Weight: 130g

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38 thoughts on “Corsair IronClaw RGB Wireless Gaming Mouse – hits the SLIPSTREAM!

  1. I'm getting this mouse in the next week or two , retiring my Logitech G502 . I think it will be great but there's one small thing I will miss from my G502 and all other Logitech mice I had in the past and that is the left/right click function on the mouse wheel . I'm so used to have keybinds to those 'keys' in game but I guess that's just a matter of time to unlearn and bind those functions to different keys or buttons

  2. 16 hours battery with lights on? Geez, might as well just leave the cord in if I'm going to have to charge it almost every day.

  3. I'd like to say I like my Ironclaw wireless…. But I can't get the mouse to turn on without the cable plugged in, therefore I can't use the wireless features (which is the reason I bought it).

  4. Corsair has gone to shit… wouldn't touch them right now.. my Logitech G900 Chaos Spectrum has lasted much longer.. bought corsair PSU.. bad right out of the box.. their RGB keyboard has fried a few LED's and had to get some fuk'n patch to stop it from messing up my bios.. keyboard only 5 months old.. mouse is small .. and it's $80.00 usd and is made for little girly hands… Sorry this is just my experience and opinion.. I'v got larger hands fat fingers .. and holding this mouse was like trying to hold a june-bug as a mouse….

  5. Wow… basic knockoff/ripoff of 2013's Logitech G700s, SAME DEFECTS. The body's "big hand" design for shape and grip is basically the same in weight, proportions and shape, even the materials (grip) and switch quality (50 Mil presses). Only the G700s has more buttons… So, what is the big improvement? Battery life ? (as we all hoped): when you bought a G700s you bought into a debt in rechargeable batteries that one would have to recharge/replace basically every day, upgraded now to a battery element with a slightly longer life, but a difficult level replacement plan. Signal speed is the same, in the same 2.4 Ghz band. Bottom line: the 2019 Corsair knockoff is not all that bad, but the only real improvement is in the optics, from 8200 dpi to a declared 18000 dpi movement sensor and the addition of the choice for blue-tooth protocol (which is buggy as hell on older PCs). So, unless your hands are faster than lightning on a gaming surface dedicated for it of a full yard/meter, and you possess the hand/eye coordination of a F1 driver or you are a PRO gamer in full FPS battle mode, you could NOT possibly tell the difference between these two. Bottom line? IF YOU MAKE A WIRELESS MOUSE, and you save money in design copying it's design so blatantly, AT LEAST FIX THE DARN BATTERY ISSUE !!!!

  6. I loved mine till it stopped working, it won't move no matter what, buttons work but it doesn't move now, I uninstalled Icue, reinstalled it, flashed the drivers, reflashed the drivers, and it still doesn't move, so I'm taking it back to best buys and getting another one.

  7. If I have the USB wireless adapter installed, and plug a USB cable into the mouse for charging purposes, does the mouse switch to the wire for connectivity or does it continue using the wireless connection?

  8. I was really hoping the battery life would be a lot better. I'm a palm grip guy and looking for a great wireless mouse. I have a Steelseries Rival 310 and it's the perfect mouse for me. If they ever made a wireless version I'd buy it day one.

  9. Mesh computers are jokes and rip off.. They don't even know how to build computer.. They messed up my build and cost £3300… Warn everyone don't use these people bunch of people barely speak English. Useless customer service. Took them nearly 6 weeks to get my pc done for me.. And worst build ever had to do it all my self.

  10. I downloaded the ICUE software on my laptop but I got a different version of the software, where I can't customise the buttons on my mouse and it also has a lack of many of the features!!

  11. I preordered one and got mine today. After several hours of gaming I can confidently say it's an amazing mouse and I'd highly recommend it.

  12. I am waiting for more mice to be like that Razer one which is wireless and comes with an included RGB mouse pad and has NO battery and uses the included mouse pad to allow power to get to the mouse but I don't want that mouse I want a wireless version of the CURRENT version of the Corsair M65 which has the sniper button right near to the forward and back (I don't use the sniper button for sniping I just use a lower DPI than the average guy when using my mouse and have the sniper button configured to do other stuff which is something I like as I like having more than 2 side buttons on a lighter weight mouse)

  13. honestly i could use a few more buttons…
    but this is close enough to the G700 that i might just buy it… well, once my Corsair Scimitar needs replacing.
    I think 9 buttons would be a good amount, so you can direct select every weapon in Quake, i would not complain if it had 2 more but it should be enough for the important guns/gadgets.
    i prefer replaceable AA rechargables to connecting a USB cable …but i guess it will do. Lets just hope the battery won't go bad before the mouse does.

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