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In our review of Corsair's Katar Pro XT gaming mouse we refer to its design as no-frills -- in the sense that it looks like a mouse, and acts like a mouse. Which is a good thing because the end result is a great 'ultra-light' that won't break the bank. And offer up impressive performance to boot.

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Weighing in at 73-grams the Corsair Katar Pro XT is definitely what you’d call an ‘ultra-light’, something designed for gaming. When you add in the PTFE underside and unobtrusive paracord-style USB-cable gaming mouse though, the picture begins to become clearer. There’s a focus in Corsair’s design that’s commendable -- again, it does that thing that it promises to do. Provide a great option for those looking for a mouse designed specifically with FPS/MOBA or other competitive style gaming in mind.

That said the Katar Pro XT is not the lightest ultra-light on the market, nore is it the sleekest in terms of look or even grip. The symmetrical design here is functional and supports multiple grip styles without pushing ergonomics in any particular direction.

Our Full Corsair Katar Pro XT Gaming Mouse Review



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