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Corsair IronClaw RGB Gaming Mouse Review

4 days ago   |   By Game Skinny

We wanted a bunch of new games and tech for 2019, and Corsair delivereth a mere week in. What a way to get started.
The first of their latest gaming mice that I reviewed was the Corsair Harpoon RGB Wireless: a plucky little wireless mouse that proves that greatness can be delivered in small packages.
Its cousin, the Corsair IronClaw RGB, on the other hand, is nowhere near as subtle, and I sort of love it for that.
Released on January 7th, 2019, the IronClaw is billed as a FPS/MOBA specific gaming mouse, but I don't think it would be controversial to suggest that this mouse is brilliant for...
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