Grab this ambidextrous Prime Day gaming mouse from Corsair for $28

Grab this ambidextrous Corsair M55 RGB Pro gaming mouse for just $28
Supporting palm and claw grips, it's just as comfortable in either hand. (Image credit: Corsair)

Proving you don't have to spend a fortune in order to grab a Prime Day PC bargain, the Corsair M55 RGB Pro gaming mouse is something of a hidden gem. It may not look like your typical high-spec gaming rodent, but it has the hardware that counts—inside its unassuming shell you'll find a 12,400 DPI sensor.

Importantly, this is a true ambidextrous design, which means that any left-handers out there will welcome its symmetrical design and be just as deft with it as any right-hander. You can use it with a claw or palm grip, and the eight programmable buttons give you plenty of opportunities to customize it for your game of choice.

Corsair M55 RGB Pro Gaming Mouse| $39.99 $27.99 at Amazon

Corsair M55 RGB Pro Gaming Mouse | $39.99 $27.99 at Amazon
This ambidextrous gaming mouse is just as comfortable for left-handers as it is for righties, and it supports claw and palm grips too. The 12,400 DPI sensor gives you plenty of sensitivity, while the eight programmable buttons allow for customization.

The M55 RGB Pro Gaming Mouse uses Omron switches that are rated to 50 million clicks, so you should be good for a while. And at 86g it's a light little mouse too. For once the built-in lighting isn't too distracting either, with the back logo being the main recipient of the RGB love, which is generally hidden below your palm, depending on which grip you're using.

Alan Dexter

Alan has been writing about PC tech since before 3D graphics cards existed, and still vividly recalls having to fight with MS-DOS just to get games to load. He fondly remembers the killer combo of a Matrox Millenium and 3dfx Voodoo, and seeing Lara Croft in 3D for the first time. He's very glad hardware has advanced as much as it has though, and is particularly happy when putting the latest M.2 NVMe SSDs, AMD processors, and laptops through their paces. He has a long-lasting Magic: The Gathering obsession but limits this to MTG Arena these days.