Corsair Sabre RGB Pro Wireless Champion Series Review
If you've ever found yourself in the market for a new mouse then the choices can seem overwhelming. Do you want wired or wireless? Laser or optical sensor? Right handed or more ambidextrous? Do you care about the lighting? What about the sensor DPI? Is it important to have a bundle of extra buttons?
It seems that there is a choice for every possible occasion, but sometimes having too much choice can leave you feeling paralysed with the fear of choosing the wrong thing. We tend to stick to something that's similar to the one we've got used to. What if you wanted something that stripped back on the complicated things and instead focussed upon being the purest mouse it could be?
That's where the lengthily named Corsair Sabre RGB Pro Wireless Champion Series mouse comes in. Designed in an ambidextrous style - although with just left hand buttons - and, like a ghost chilli on a Ritz cracker, the highest DPI sensor we've ever seen that utterly dominates things. Let's take a look.
There is a lot to take in with any mouse specifications, but the undisputed highlight of the following table is the Corsair Marksman sensor. Developed in conjunction with the best on the planet, PixArt, it has a range from 100 DPI to 26000 DPI on 1 DPI steps. Absolutely bonkers. If you want the finest control on the market then you could almost stop reading right here without getting to the light weight or Slipstream Wireless capabilities.