Review: Corsair M75 Wireless


We’re continuing with our mouse tests. Indeed, after having had the NZXT Lift 2 Ergo and Lift 2 Symm in our hands, we’re back today with a wireless mouse launched by Corsair. We’re talking about the brand-new M75 Wireless. This model is suitable for both right- and left-handed users, and should last up to 210 hours with Bluetooth and RGB off.

So, what’s the value of this new Corsair mouse? Find out in our full review!

Technical specifications :

Let’s start by reviewing the technical specifications of our mouse of the day. First of all, we’re dealing with a mouse measuring 128 x 64.6 x 42 mm. Overall, we’re dealing with a mouse that’s slightly larger than NZXT’s Lift 2 Symm, but a little less wide. In terms of weight, however, we’re a long way off, with the M75 Wireless weighing in at 89 g, compared with 58 g for NZXT’s Symm.

Otherwise, this model is equipped with a substantial battery that should last up to 210 hours with Bluetooth connected and all LEDs off. With the dongle supplied in the box, the battery life drops somewhat, to 105 hours with RGB switched off. With the dongle switched on, you’ll be able to last 120 hours with Bluetooth and 65 hours with the dongle. This is relatively good for a wireless model.

Nevertheless, Corsair offers a Corsair Marksman optical sensor that can reach up to 26,000 DPI. This sensor boasts a maximum speed of 650 IPS and is capable of withstanding accelerations of 50G. As for the polling rate, it can reach 2000 Hz!

The M75 Wireless also boasts 5 buttons programmable via Corsair iCUE software. In addition, this model is equipped with two PTFE pads and a 1.8 m long sheathed cable. Finally, this mouse comes with a two-year manufacturer’s warranty.

System requirements :

To use Corsair’s latest mouse, you’ll need an Internet connection to download the iCUE software. In addition, you’ll need at least a USB 2.0 port to connect it (dongle or cable). As for the operating system, Corsair recommends Windows 10/11 or macOS version 10.15.