CORSAIR - Gaming Qi Wireless Charging MM1000 Mouse Pad - Black
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Compatible with most computer mice
To use with your existing setup.
Offers a smooth, durable surface.
USB 3.0 pass-through port
Compatible with most mice, wireless headset adapters and cell phones.
Keep the mouse pad in place.
- CORSAIR Gaming Qi Wireless Charging MM1000 Mouse Pad
- Non-Slip BackingYes
- Product NameGaming Qi Wireless Charging MM1000 Mouse Pad
- Model NumberCH-9440022-NA
- Color CategoryBlack
- Wireless Device ChargingYes
- Lighting TypeNone
- Integrated Wrist/Palm SupportNo
- Product Height0.2 inches
- Product Length10.2 inches
- Product Width13.8 inches
- Product Weight30 ounces
- Non-Slip BackingYes
- Surface MaterialPolymer
- Machine WashableNo
- Power SourceUSB
- Wireless Charging StandardQi
- Brand CompatibilityUniversal
- Model CompatibilityUniversal
- Additional Accessories IncludedMicro-USB Type B wireless charging Qi adapter, micro-USB Type B to Lightning adapter, micro-USB Type B to USB-C adapter
- Manufacturer's Warranty - Parts2 years
- Manufacturer's Warranty - Labor2 years
Rated 3 out of 5 stars
Nice Companion to Dark Core; Lots of LimitationsPosted .
If you own or are thinking of purchasing the Corsair Dark Core SE wireless mouse, the MM1000 pad would seem to be a must-own accessory. And if you really love the idea of charging your mouse directly on the pad, it really is a great companion. Just be aware of this product's limitations. PROS: - Well-built. The pad is essentially a large plastic square with two braided USB cables attached. It has a substantial weight and feels like it's ready to withstand any abuse that you might throw at it. - The slightly textured hard surface allows for near-frictionless movement of your mouse. - The Qi wireless charging feature works as advertised. Just make sure you have two available USB ports on your computer to provide the pad with the necessary power. Yes, you can charge any Qi-enabled device, such as an iPhone X that I've been testing with. - Includes a wireless charging puck that can be used to charge any non-Qi device. For example, if you want to charge your older iPhone on the MM1000, simply place the puck on the designated area on the pad and plug in the other end of the puck (using the Lightning adapter) to your iPhone. It's a nice option for those with older devices. - A USB 3.0 port is included at the back of the mouse pad, which is nice since you'll have to use up 2 of your computer's USB ports to connect the mouse pad. CONS: - Wireless charging is slow. It takes a couple of hours to fully charge the Dark Core SE. If you're charging a phone, be prepared to wait even longer. It took the pad more than 3 hours to charge my iPhone X from 30% to 100%. - You have to place your mouse or device precisely on the pad's designated wireless charging area. If you're off by even a centimeter or two, it's not going to charge. This also means that you can't use your mouse while it's charging. - While a device is charging, a green light constantly blinks at the front of the mouse pad. If you're charging your phone on the pad while using your computer, it gets annoying pretty quickly. Nothing a little black electrical tape can't fix. - Corsair only offers this mouse pad with one type of surface (the plastic textured surface). If you're a fan of cloth mouse pads, this might not be the mouse pad for you. OVERALL: I was thinking that this mouse pad would be an essential, must-own accessory for the Dark Core SE mouse, but it falls short. Yes, it gets the basics right: it's a nice mouse pad that will be great for gaming and daily use. But if you're simply looking for the ability to charge your mouse wirelessly, you might be better off with a cheap, standard Qi wireless charger. It will essentially do the same thing at a fraction of the cost. But if you're looking for a good mouse pad for your Dark Core mouse and don't mind mediocre wireless charging, the MM1000 is a good option.I would recommend this to a friend
FeaturesEase of Use5 out of 5Quality4 out of 5Value5 out of 5
Rated 4 out of 5 stars
Great!!Posted .Owned for 1 year when reviewed.
Best mousepad I have ever owned, but does have some wear issues within the first year other that still all around mousepad
FeaturesEase of Use5 out of 5Quality4 out of 5Value5 out of 5I would recommend this to a friend
Rated 3 out of 5 stars
I Shall Call It: LazurusPosted .
I received this mouse pad for free in exchange for an impartial review. However, when I received this mouse initially, it did not work. I was supposed to test this with the Dark Core SE RGB mouse, but after trying the mousepad on two separate computers, I could not get the Qi wireless charging port to work. The USB 3.0 passthrough worked, but the Qi charging did not. So, I had shelved this mousepad while waiting for a replacement which never came. Today, I pulled the mousepad out and, to my surprise, it actually works now. Either way, I'm not sure this mousepad is worth the investment. As a mousepad, it's fine, but there are cheaper options for both mousepads and Qi chargers. There are no RGB lights on the mousepad. You get one passthrough USB 3.0 port and Qi charging (in the upper right corner) in exchange for 2 USB 3.0 ports on the computer. I'm not sure that trade is worth it. Without the mousepad, I would have the wireless dongle plugged into a USB 2.0 port. Now, I've given up two of my USB 3.0 ports for a slow Qi charger? As an accessory to the Dark Core SE mouse, the mousepad works fine enough. The Qi charging is a bit slower than I expected, but it does work. However, you have to leave the mouse on the top right corner in order for it to charge. The Qi charger works with the iPhone 8 without an adapter and on lower models with the included adapter. I was even able to use the micro USB to charge my Logitech Performance MX mouse. The mousepad is sturdy and it grips the desk well. The Qi charging is a cool feature and in theory, does free up some charging cables, but I'm not sure if that was worth the USB 3.0 ports in exchange.No, I would not recommend this to a friend
Rated 4 out of 5 stars
Fine but a bit too bigPosted .
The first thing I noticed when I first took it out of the box it came in, was how BIG the pad was. Took up a lot of space on my PC desk. After a while I realized this charging pad can also be used with a variety of devices that can take advantage of wireless charging. This was confirmed after reading a small pamphlet that I found in the box the device came in. Be sure to study the various adapters so U use the correct one when charging devices. One of them worked well with my new Corsair Dark Core SE gaming mouse. It’s too bad that the product requires two USB ports to work. I did discover a blue USB 3.0 port on the side of the device so I was able to charge my smartphone from it. One thing I noticed is that it took a while to wirelessly charge my Corsair Dark Core SE gaming mouse. So, if U have the space to use this charging pad, I recommend it. But first have a look at the photo I attached. Charging pad is sitting on top of my HP Deskjet 3632 all in one printer.I would recommend this to a friend
Rated 4 out of 5 stars
Very cool, but very hugePosted .
I really like this mousepad - but my only gripe is that it's a very, very large mousepad. I mean, I appreciate the space when I'm gaming, so I don't have the issue of the laser running off the mousepad anymore - but I went from my old, typical mouse pad to this behemoth. It also takes up 2 USB-3 ports on the back of my rig - one is to supply the power for Qi charging, and the other is used to pass-through the USB port on the top of the mousepad. The mousepad itself also has an LED indicator to let you know when something is charging using Qi charging. It also comes with a Qi puck and adaptor, so I can charge my Apple Pencil, wireless headphones, gaming mouse, you name it. There's a very specific part of the mousepad that you need to use for Qi charging, you can't leave an accessory just anywhere. I had to rearrange my desk to make this thing fit, but I'm glad I did. If you're a gamer who likes having a bigger space to work with, or someone who likes the idea of Qi charging accessories on your mousepad, then you should check this out. I've been using it for about a week now with no issues whatsoever. I ended up getting a small, 4-port USB hub and connected it to the mouse pad to replace the USB space I lost on my rig. Nice thing is that it also powers my Logitech Craft keyboard too, which my old hub wouldn't do, so that's a plus.I would recommend this to a friend
Rated 5 out of 5 stars
QI charging technology is a game changerPosted .
My CORSAIR Gaming Qi Wireless Charging MM1000 Mouse Pad came on time along with my mouse from same company. Pad its self is high qulaity and textured for secure position and has QI wireless charging capability that makes charging the QI enabled-mouse even easier and convenient, in addition if you have a smartphone that eqipped wih QI technology then you can charge it as well seamlessly and if you don’t a smartphone with QI its NOT a problem because ot comes wth an adaptor tye enables any smartphone to benefit from this pad. Very cool and amazng qulaity.I would recommend this to a friend
Rated 3 out of 5 stars
Good Mouse Pad, but Probably Just for One MousePosted .
The MM1000 is a really good mouse pad. It’s really big and coming from no mouse pad at all it instantly improved my mouse experience. There’s also Qi wireless charging built-in. That being said, it’s pretty much made to pair with the Dark Core SE mouse and if you’re not going that route it’s a hard to justify the cost. In the box you get the mouse pad with cable attached and a wireless charging adapter with tips for micro-USB, USB-C, and Lightning connectors. The mouse pad itself is much larger than what I was expecting. The surface area is 350mm wide x 260mm tall, which I believe is considered to be a standard size. Coming from not using a mouse pad at all on a relatively small desk I did end up having to move my keyboard over a bit to accommodate the mouse pad. It’s not a knock against the pad itself and you get a lot of travel for your mouse, but just make sure you have the space for it. There’s a USB 3.0 pass through port that you can use to connect a mouse or wireless dongle. The cable attached to the mouse pad has two USB connectors on the end and they both need to go into USB 3.0 ports. Factoring in the pass through port it does end up being a net loss of 1 USB 3.0 port. The surface has a nice texture to it and mice slide across it very easily. There’s only one LED light and that’s the Qi charging indicator. Speaking of Qi, this mouse pad has wireless charging. It’s not particularly fast and probably only really good for juicing up the Dark Core SE mouse between uses. Corsair does include a little Qi charging pendant in the box that lets you connect it to non-wireless charging phones. I connected it to my Pixel 2 XL and it charged at an okay rate, but not as fast as I’m used to seeing. The wireless charging is only in a specific circle at the top right of the pad as well, so you have to be specific with your placement. Even if you have the Dark Core SE mouse, it’s not charging while you use it, which makes the wireless charging feel a little half-baked here. If you’re getting the Dark Core SE mouse I think the MM1000 is a good item to pair it with, but if you’re not there’s probably better options for mouse pads out there.No, I would not recommend this to a friend
Rated 5 out of 5 stars
CORSAIR - Gaming Qi Wireless Charging MM1000 PadPosted .
The Corsair MM1000 Qi Gaming mouse pad is a perfect complement to the wireless rgb mouse. The mouse pad comes with a usb port to plug in the mouse as well as dongles to wirelessly charge a usb-c or apple lightning product. To setup the mouse pad you simply connect it to any usb port on the pc using the cable. Next to the cable is an usb port can can be used to connect any usb peripherals but I found it just easy to connect the mouse dongle. The mouse pad has a hard smooth surface and the mouse seems to just glide on it. The top right corner is where the Qi charging is placed and the are has circles indicating where to place the device for charging. I place my iphone x so its always charged and ready to go. When you place the device there is a light that indicates that it is charging. If you have an other device that does not support Qi charging there are two adapters included along with the charging dongle to connect it and wirelessly charge them- usb c and lightning. After using the mouse and pad together I found it super convenient to have my phone charging while playing the games as well as keeping it handy.I would recommend this to a friend
Asked by thefartmaaonyt.
- A:Answer It will charge any device (not just a mouse) that uses the Qi wireless charging standard (including many modern cell phones). However, there aren't a lot of Qi compatible gaming mice on the market, so the answer to your question really depends on the mouse that you are asking about. If the mouse you want to charge is Qi compatible, then yes it will charge it. If it uses some other method of charging, then no it won't.
Answered by WMicke
Q: QuestionDo Qi compatible (corsair) mice charge on all areas of the mousepad or just the zone in the top right? And can said compatible mice charge whilst being used?
Asked by Chris.
- A:Answer Hello Chris, It'd charge on the pre-determined area (Circled). The mouse can't be used while wirelessly charging. If you have anything else we can help with, please reach out: support.corsair.com -Art
Answered by Corsair Art
Asked by yoman.
- A:Answer It charges wireless phones but you have to position the phone in the right corner of the mousepad.
Answered by LoudLou