Review: Corsair Katar Elite Wireless


Corsair has just unveiled a brand new mouse for gamers who want to get rid of a wire. For the occasion, they decided to update the old Katar model (wired). In the past, a first Katar with batteries had also been announced in 2020. Today, let’s discover together this Katar Elite Wireless signed Corsair.

Technical specifications:

As far as its technical characteristics are concerned, this is a very light little mouse. Indeed, it weighs 69 g and has a small size of 115.8 x 64.2 x 37.8 mm. In addition, this is a wireless mouse that works with a USB dongle (2.4 GHz) or Bluetooth. The new Katar is equipped with a small internal lithium polymer battery that is rechargeable. The brand specifies that it will last up to 110 hours.

This reference is equipped with a Corsair Marksman sensor that can reach 26,000 DPI, an acceleration of 50G and a polling rate of 2 GHz. In addition, 6 programmable buttons are also included. The buttons are designed to work for a long time since they are given a life of 60M clicks. Moreover Corsair is always supplied by Omron for the latter. There are also two classic PTFE pads to improve the glide of the mouse.

A small RGB area is available on the logo on the back of the mouse. Moreover, a small additional LED is also present to indicate the remaining battery level.

System Requirements:

In order to operate the Katar Elite Wireless, a Windows 10, Windows 11 or macOS 10.15+ system is required. The PC must also have a USB 2.0 port to connect the dongle. Nevertheless, Corsair’s new mouse is also compatible with Bluetooth 4+.

Of course, an internet connection is required to download the management software Corsair Utility Engine (iCUE).