So, the Corsair one using Qi charging tech. This one does not.
There are benefits to each - Corsairs will work (theoretically) with and Qi device, like your phone. But, there's a sweet spot that charges your devices...the rest of the mat is just a mat.
This one will not charge your phone or any device not specifically meant for it - but the ENTIRE pad is a charging surface for the mouse. Also, the pad syncs with your mouse, so you can remove the dongle/adaptor that connects the mouse to the computer.
A:AnswerHello. The USB from the Powerplay provides power and the lightspeed connection to the computer. That being said, you will need to plug in your USB receiver that came with your Powerplay compatible mouse to connect it to the computer, but it would still charge on the Powerplay mat as long as it is receiving power.
A:AnswerAs far as my tests have found, yes. I have tried putting third party mousepads over the charging surface, as much as tripling the thickness of material between the mouse and the charging pad. It continues to charge without flaw, so any size should work for you.
A:AnswerIt's absurd - but apparently, Logitech has been having supply issues all around. Not sure why, but nowhere has enough stock.
I was happy to get it for the normal price through the Best Buy website - a lot of other places are price gouging.
A:AnswerNo, it works with the g502 lightspeed, but not the g502 hero. I also have the mx master 3 and the mousepad causes the sensor on the mx master 3 to mess up making the cursor move on screen while not even touching the mouse. I'm not sure if it affects the g502 aswell, but I know it won't charge the g502 hero because it doesn't have a battery since it's a wired mouse