CPU System Workshop (Part 6) - Corsair Vengeance M60, Corsair Vengeance 1500

4/10/2012 11:30:13 AM

Corsair Vengeance M60

Description: Corsair Vengeance M60

For a long time, we have realized that we were never been a professional gamer. Whether you're a professional or normal gamer, everyone can gather under a common banner: nasty mood after defeat. Emotion of winning at any scale is something we can all agree, and Corsair understood this fact. Whether you have reflexes like a cat and the accuracy of robot, the appropriate tools can help you increase your killing skills and ensure victory for the team. Meet one of our new favourite tools: Vengeance M60 Performance FPS Laser mouse.

Before expressing love for M60, we are obliged to refer to a different mouse in Corsair Vengeance line, M90. You see, Corsair realize that different players have different needs. The result is an optimized mouse for FPS games (M60) and the mouse is designed to dominate the world MMO/RTS (M90). So if Rift or StarCraft is your favour, let’s consider the M90.

The heart of M60 is the ADNS-9500 LaserStream Gaming Sensor of Avago Technologies, a high-end laser sensor was born for games, like M60. With the ADNS-9500, you can increase the M60 to 5700dpi, so you can be quick and accurate incredibly. Corsair has created a seamless aluminum frame with low-friction PTFE sliding pad, so the M60 can glide easily across the mouse pad. Efficient shape and rubber holding make an extremely comfortable mouse to hold long.

We expect high-quality structure but the ability to customize of M60 impressed us. First of all, you can change mouse sensitivity by the increase of 100dpi. Similarly, you can set the response time of M60 is 1ms, 2ms, 4ms or 8ms. Turn back M60, you will see three major areas of weight adjustment, allowing you to adjust M60 weight precisely with the specification. There are 8 buttons can be programmed that you can configure to have best advantage in your chosen FPS, along with sniper buttons mounted in a side of M60, is really fantastic. You can set the sniper button, when you press it, M60 switch to a user-defined dpi, ideal for watching the long-range weapons.

If you are serious about gaming, and serious about winning, then you need a mouse no less serious. M60 Vengenace said, "Hello. We get to know each light ".Nếu bạn nghiêm túc về chơi game, và nghiêm túc về chiến thắng, thế thì bạn cần 1 con chuột nghiêm túc không kém. Vengenace M60 nói, “Xin chào. Chúng ta làm quen với nhau nhé”.

Vengeance M60




Material: seamless aluminum frame, rubber holder, ABS plastic shell; Sensor, Avago ADNS-9500 LaserStream 5700dpi sensor (can adjust to the increase of 100dpi), maximum detection rate: 165ips; response time: 1000Hz/500Hz/250Hz/125Hz(1ms/2ms/4ms/8ms) can be configured by the user; interface: USB

Corsair Vengeance 1500

Description: Corsair Vengeance 1500

The players insisted most powerful graphics when selecting components for their systems. In fact, it is standard procedure when there are 2, 3 or even 4 high-end graphics cards to play games at very high resolution and maximum quality setting. Wide screen angle is required. However there is a problem with this picture; even system using SLI or CrossFire configuration can not provide completely arsorbed experience if you do not have A class sound system.

Our secret weapon to fight against the substandard sound cost $100: Corsair Vengeance 1500 gaming headset. With the built-in support for Dolby 7.1 channel surround sound, this headset is extremely impressive. Plug into a USB port on your system, you are ready to leave.

A USB headset with Dolby 7.1 cost under $100 was attractive enough, but 1500 was a part of the new gaming hardware Vengeance line of Corsair. Corsair designed the headset, keyboard and mouse from the start to help you beat your opponent. Evidence: a noise reduction microphone one direction to remove background noise during the game; your factions in Modern Warfare 3 or in SW: TOR will hear your commands crystal clear. Internal control pod of 1500 is placed perfectly for you to quickly adjust the headset volume or mute your mic without leaving attention from the battle. We do not expect anything less from a company which prides itself on keeping attention to detail and steadfast devotion to knowledge users.

Thus, 1500 is a reliable addition to your gaming setup, but we also like it because of the versatile sound. The large, powerful 50mm drivers supply sonorous sound like thunder though we are fighting in a battle with many players or be blown by FX sound in the movie “Transformers: Dark of the Moon”. And yes, this means that the luxury sponge earpads of 1500 headsets are comfortable enough for the movie nights. Push the adjustable mic back, put your feet up, and enjoy surrounding sound. With adjustable headband and wide, deep earcup, 1500 is suitable for different people.

Now please listen to this: if you think your old 2 channel headphones is pretty good, you are wrong. Bring home this headsets and listen to what you have missed.

Vengeance 1500



Specifications: Interface: USB, frequency response: 20Hz to 20kHz (headphone); 100Hz to 10kHz (mic) Impedance: 32 Ohms at 1kHz (headphone); 2.2k Ohms (mic); driver: 50mm; mic sensitivity: -44dB/Pa re.1kHz (+/-3dB).

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