|Corsair Vengeance M90 Laser Gaming Mouse|
|Written by Austin Downing|
|Wednesday, 18 April 2012|
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Corsair Vengeance M90 Detailed Features
The Corsair M90 like the K90 comes with a very nice piece of software that allows the user to tailor the M90 as they see fit. It allows customization of almost every major feature of the M90 including lift rate, DPI, or binding for each of the 15 buttons.
On the first page, users will be greeted with the all of the options need to quickly and easily customize each button of the M90. If users would like to forgo making each of these profiles themselves Corsair has created a list of premade profiles that can be downloaded directly from their site. Games included in the list include Star Wars The Old Republic, Bulletstorm, Team Fortress 2, and Deus Ex, plus many more.
The second page allows for users to customize the hardware of the M90 a bit. Starting from the top Corsair allows users to set three separate DPI profiles that can easily be switched between with the buttons on the M90. The final DPI setting labeled Sniper is a bit more specialized. When a user sets a DPI to this area it is only activated when the user depresses the button which to which the sniper command has been bound to, this will immediately change the DPI to the Sniper setting allowing for users to make the final fine adjustments with a lower DPI setting than they may normal use. Users can also test the surface quality of the material they are using for their mouse pad helping ensure they are getting the best possible performance out of the M90.
The final page of the M90's software allows users to create and save up to 50 unique profiles. Up to six of these can be assigned to the M90's memory. This allows users to quickly cycle between their onboard profiles using the built in commands that can be assigned to multiple buttons. These six profiles can also save directly to the M90 and when enabled hardware playback allows these profiles to be used without the need for the supplied software, instead each command is directly played from the mouse.