Corsair has introduced us to their latest Gaming mouse, the Sabre RGB. Well, actually it’s two mice as it comes in two versions, one with an optical sensor and one with a laser sensor.
Designed with input from veteran pro gamers, the new mice are engineered with a sleek and ergonomic shape. They are built with an ultralight chassis weighing just 100 grams for quick, fluid, and precise movements over extended gaming sessions.
“As a competitive Counter-Strike GO player, I need an agile and accurate mouse to allow me to get consistent head shots with minimal effort and maximum efficiency,” said Jason Christian, Product Manager for gaming peripherals at Corsair Gaming. “To this end, I designed the Sabre RGB mice from the ground up to be lean and ultralight with the same level of precision of our M65 and M45 mice.”
The first version comes with a 6400 DPI optical sensor with multi-colour for smooth and accurate tracking while the second model comes with an 8200 DPI laser sensor for ultra-precise tracking on nearly any surface.
The DPI is adjustable all the way down to 50 DPI on both models. The Sabre RGB also has a great 1000 Hz report rate that can be user-adjusted all the way down to 25Hz.
A sturdy USB connector and a 1.8 meter easy-flex braided cable connect the Corsair Sabre RGB mouse to the computer. It has eight programmable buttons based on high-capacity Omron switches rated for 20 million clicks. The buttons can of course be customized through the software.
The advanced CUE software further lets you fine-tune performance characteristics such as DPI, acceleration, and smoothing to customize button assignments and macros for optimal gameplay.
The mice also feature four-zone illumination with up to 16.8 million customizable colors, making them the ideal companion for Corsair Gaming RGB mechanical keyboards, as well as the new Corsair Gaming headsets.
The new Corsair Gaming Sabre RGB mice should become available soon. The MSRP is set to $69.99 for the laser version and $59.99 for the optical version.
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