For the previous few years, Corsair has excelled in multiple gaming products.

The company has developed some incredible gaming accessories that are a lot of handy, comfortable, and reasonable.

The Corsair M55 RGB pro outshines in each feature that it offers like its predecessor M65 RGB Elite, however at a reasonable value. And this is what makes it a remarkable mouse.

The good thing concerning Corsair M55 RGB Pro is that it maintains the similar standards for which the company holds recognition amongst most gamers.

The M55 RGB professional is a reasonable gaming mouse that gives wonderful performance and preciseness in gaming.

One issue is for sure that the nice ambidextrous gaming mice which provide most of the gaming options without compromising anyone aren’t very common.

Yet this is the one that's sleek and little in style, comfortable in use, and as good in functionality as the expensive gaming mice offered in the market.

Corsair M55 RGB Pro

Movement Detection Technology Optical
Brand Corsair
Hand Orientation Ambidextrous
Hardware Platform PC
Dimensions 4.9 x 2.25 x 1.57 inches


Let’s discuss it in detail. starting from the look the M55 RGB professional weighs incredibly as low as 86 grams.

It means that you'll not have to use plenty of force to moves the pointer while gaming. I found it helpful because it helped ME to focus more on gaming than handling it. Also, it measures concerning 5.0 x 2.7 inches having a balanced and sleek style, swish black chassis, and textured grooves on either side.

The M55 RGB professional comes with the usually used right and left buttons and a scroll wheel. Also, there are 2 thumb buttons on {each facet|all sides|both sides|either side} and a Dots-per-inch (DPI) sensitivity adjustor on the front side.

The Corsair brand is seen on palm rest that adds to the beauty of the mouse. The RGB lighting is active for each the DPI indicator and also the Corsair brand.

The design provides a sign that it's most comfortable for gamers with little and medium-sized hands.


An interesting feature about M55 is the Ambidextrous feature that permits to set all buttons mode, the Right-hand mode, and also the Left-hand mode.

Although alternative such mice also provide this feature but in those mice, you have got to disable buttons, that isn't the case in M55 professional. It simply disables each button on either facet that you don’t need to use.

In my opinion the all buttons feature shouldn’t be chosen as you may accidentally press the incorrect buttons, but you can use it as long as you're positive about your accuracy while gaming.


The good issue about the options of M55 is that it comes with Corsair Utility Engine software (abbreviated as iCUE).

One good thing about iCUE is {that all|that each one|that each one} the Corsair gadgets is controlled by this software which suggests you'll not want individual software to regulate every Corsair product.

In terms of the M55 RGB professional software, it contains the Profile tab to set features and things for the required profile.

There is a DPI tab to set-up 5-DPI stages. At a similar time, you'll find a sniper Setting that's pretty useful for shooting games.

Each stage consists of various colors to simply acknowledge the LED of the mouse. Another button is concerning Performance that helps to regulate pointer precision and angle snapping.

Then there's an Actions tab that permits to form or reset Macros. Also, the “Lighting Effects” button offers a setting to configure lighting.

It also includes different settings like Rainbow, Color Wave, and Color Shift which will be set on the RGB logo.

Another most important section concerning M55 RGB professional customization is that you can enable the left-handed mode, Right-handed mode, or all buttons mode through this software.

But one thing annoying is that with the modification of right to left-handed mode all buttons including Primary buttons will also modification.

The “Device settings” section of software gives access to regulate RGB brightness and polling rate.


The best part of M55 RGB pro DPI settings is that you can use different colors especially color schemes for every DPI setting.

In my opinion, this feature may not add to the performance of the mouse however offers far more to its beauty and grace.

The lighting feature is sort of welcoming. this is because I was able to opt for the presets of the LED indicator at the highest side of the mouse.

The Rainbow setting was very amazing.

Build quality and comfort

When talking about the standard of the M55 RGB professional, this is a solid and durable gaming mouse. With as little weight as 86g, it feels light-weight mouse although not the lightest one.

As the chassis is sort of solid, it won’t break or crack when in some cases heavy pressure is applied.

One minor issue that is noticed in the M55 RGB professional is that its scroll wheel feels struck in some cases when creating quick movements.

it might cause a problem for low sensitivity gamers. The buttons provide a soft feel which can feel unsatisfactory when creating quick clicks, but this is not noticeable in creating slow clicks.

Let me clear the confusion about the comfort level of the M55 gaming professional, this is one of the most comfortable gaming mice.

With excellent and nicely made palm grip, equally fit for little in addition as medium-sized hands, and versatile style allowed me to use this mouse for several hours.

I didn’t faced any problem or pain in my hands in addition to fingers while using it.

The textured side grips too {are|ar|area unit|square measure} very wonderful and cozy for me and helped me to make a tight grip unlike alternative soft and plain plastic or rubber-made side grips.

But one issue that annoyed me, as I'm a Right-hand user, the side buttons were generally pressed unintentionally.

I think, if you click the buttons with confidence and care, such a wrong click in some cases might not affect your gaming experience badly.


While using the M55 RGB professional for games like Overkill, SpellForce III, Overwatch, and GTA, it gave its outstanding performance and tested its value in each game that I vie with it.

Within no time and with no problems I was able to switch the DPI. but the accidental clicking that I have already mentioned was an issue price mentioning.

But you may avoid this issue by disabling the facet buttons that aren't in use.

The sensor performance of the M55RGB professional is also extraordinary because it's equipped with a PAW3327 sensor designed by PixArt.

Though a lot of the gaming users aren’t familiar with PAW, Corsair has declared that the company has developed the sensor with the collaboration of PAW.

This is also used in a number of ASUS products. The sensor, however, performed all right and the speed, precision, and accuracy were excellent in each game, and that I didn’t found any lags in moving the pointer at any given time.

  • Perfect for small sized hands
  • Affordable
  • Outstanding performance
  • Comfortable and perfect grip
  • Beautiful Ambidextrous design
  • Side grips are not much effective
  • Spongy feel of clicks