As of this writing, the cheapest point of entry (using MSRP) on Logitech and Razer’s offerings are $199 and $249 respectively. Corsair’s set, on the other hand, comes in at $169. Given that the MM1000 can also charge other gaming mice and devices, this feels like a reasonable middle ground for this type of item. Should either part of Logitech’s system goes on sale (or Razer Hyperflux get a big price reduction), that becomes much more of an open question, and I’d hope to see MSRPs go down to accommodate that."
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