Corsair Sabre RGB Optical Mouse Review

Introduction and Technical Specifications

Corsair Sabre RGB Optical Mouse Review

Introduction

The Corsair range of peripherals has been slowly expanding, and the RGB series combines the excellence of their early efforts with the colours and customisation that we've come to expect from modern peripherals.

With 8 Omron-switched buttons, three different areas of lighting, and an awesome sensor, the Corsair Sabre RGB has all the components necessary to continue the high opinion we have of the Corsair peripherals. At a mere 100g it certainly wont fatigue us to discover, so let's get down to business.

Technical Specifications

The Sabre is available with both Optical and Laser sensors. We know that our readers are split between which of the two they prefer, and that in general we get sent the Laser versions for review because of the headline-grabbing DPI, so we're pleased that Corsair have sent the Avago S3988 equipped version.

Three-zone 16.8 million color backlighting - Enjoy virtually infinite customization.
6,400 DPI optical sensor and multi-color DPI indicator - Confident, high-accuracy smart tracking.
8 programmable buttons - Fully configurable layout for personalized play.
High-capacity switches rated for 20 million clicks - Engineered to endure over extended play.
Comfortable claw-grip design - Ergonomic layout and solid aluminum base for a balanced, lightweight feel.
1,000 Hz USB refresh rate - lag-free responsiveness for fast play.
Braided easy-flex USB cable - 1.8 feet of unencumbered roaming.

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Most Recent Comments

25-11-2014, 06:18:17

Dicehunter
This is so tempting, But I already have a black Corsair M95, Must think this through, Dammit I'm having an argument with myself over a mouse...Quote

25-11-2014, 09:54:31

Pogal_31
Got the laser version last week and I'm happy with it, its does exactly what I want, very precise and so lightweight. for the lack of precision with coloring, but nvm mine is white .
Thanks for the review TomQuote

25-11-2014, 10:24:04

SuB
Nice to see the tramp stamp positioning is fairly correct. :P (sorry had to)Quote
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