Corsair M65 PRO RGB Vs. Razer Naga 2014

M65 PRO RGB Naga 2014
M65 PRO RGB Naga 2014
No. of Buttons: 819
No. of Macro Keys: 12
No. of Game Profiles: No onboard profilesUnlimited via Software
Connection: USBWired
Cable length: 1.8m Braided Fiber2.1m
Colour: Black or WhiteBlack
Ambidextrous: NoNo
Software: CUESynapse 2.0
Weights: 20.5g total adjustabilityNo
Switch: Omron
Type: OpticalLaser
Brand: Pixart
Model: PMW3360
Processor: 32 bit ARM processor
Lift off distance: 
DPI/CPI: 100 dpi - 12000 dpiUpto 8200dpi
Memory Size: Yes, size not stated
Max tracking speed: Up to 200ips
Max acceleration: 50g
Response time: 1000Hz/500Hz/250Hz/125Hz1000Hz Ultrapolling
NVIDIA Reflex: 
Colour Options: 3 Zone RGBGreen
Lighting Effect: 
Dimensions & Weight: 
Dimension (LxWxH): 118 x 72 x 39mm119 x 75 x 43 mm
Weight (grams): 115g - 135.5g with weights135g
Weight w/o cable: 
Also compared to:Also compared to:


The M65 PRO RGB by Corsair uses an Optical sensor from Pixart, specifically the PMW3360, providing a DPI/CPI range of 100 dpi - 12000 dpi. It uses a USB connection with a 1.8m Braided Fiber cable. It weighs in at 115g - 135.5g including weights and cable. The weights total 20.5g and is approximately 118 x 72 x 39mm (LxWxH).

Naga 2014

The Naga 2014 by Razer uses a Laser sensor, providing a DPI/CPI range of Up to 8200dpi. This is combined with a 32 bit ARM processor. This results in a tracking speed of Up to 200ips, and a maximum acceleration of 50g. It uses a Wired connection with a 2.1m cable. It weighs in at 135g grams with the cable and is approximately 119 x 75 x 43 mm (LxWxH).