Corsair this week announced two gaming Corsair mice: the Katar Pro and the Katar Pro Wireless. Their advantages include a small weight, equal to 69 and 96 g, respectively. According to the manufacturer, they have a compact and symmetrical shape of the devices that will attract both those who hold the mouse with their entire palm and those who do it only with their fingers.
The Corsair Katar Pro Wireless mouse uses a proprietary Slipstream Wireless connection, and the Katar Pro uses a wired one. But the difference between the two Corsair mice is not only in the interface. The Katar Pro Wireless has a 10,000 dpi PixArt 3325 optical sensor and the Katar Pro has an unnamed 12 400 dpi PixArt optical sensor. In any case, three preset profiles are available with the ability to instantly switch between them.
The Corsair iCUE software allows you to more accurately adjust the resolution, program the functions of the six buttons, and change other settings, including backlight modes. The dimensions of any model are 115.8 x 64.2 x 37.8 mm. The Katar Pro Wireless is powered by one AA battery, which lasts 135 hours.
Corsair recently also announced the release of its first Thunderbolt 3 Dock station. New to add multiple ports to a system with just one cable, it is called the Corsair TBT100.