Corsair’s Clevo mouse software, which can be used on PCs and laptops, has been on sale for a few months now and is now getting its first retail release.
Corsair has partnered with Logitech, Razer and Logitech-controlled software developer Zowie for the release of the software, and it’s currently available for purchase on the Corsair website.
While the software is primarily aimed at gamers, Corsair’s announcement also says the mouse software will work well on “PCs with up to eight USB 3.0 ports.”
Corsair says it plans to offer “multiple mouse options, including mouse and keyboard, mouse pads, and mouse accessories.”
For those who aren’t interested in the hardware, Corsair also offers a couple of pre-configured mouse models.
For those looking for a bit more control, Corsair has also included a software-only USB 3-in-1 dock with the software.
Corsair says the dock will allow users to connect the mouse to any USB 3 device with a single USB 3 port.
While we’re not sold on the idea of a USB 3 connection on a mouse, Corsair says its docking solution can be configured with a mouse and a mouse pad.
Corsair also says it’s looking into making the mouse controller a standard part of the mouse, which could allow the mouse’s built-in software to be modified to work on USB 3 devices.
As for the Razer and Zowies, Corsair is promising that it will provide a firmware update for the Zowy mouse and the Logitech mouse controller “in the near future.”
For the Razer mouse, that firmware update will be coming out in the next few weeks.
Corsair will be offering the Clevos mouse software for free to anyone who pre-orders it, but you can get it for a mere $29.99, or you can pay $49.99 to get a version of the Zawie mouse controller that will come with Corsair’s mouse software.
While Corsair has been selling mouse controllers for years, the software that comes with it is the first time it’s available for the general public.
The company is also offering the software to third-party manufacturers that want to sell the Clements and other products to consumers.
If you’re interested in picking up the Corsair mouse and mouse pad, Corsair offers a link to pre-order it at its website.