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Corsair Sabre RGB Pro review

The Corsair Sabre RGB Pro is a lightweight, wired gaming mouse. It has a comfortable shape for right-handed users and a solid plastic body with a light texture for added grip. It feels well-made and has exceptionally low click latency.

The Corsair Sabre RGB Pro Wireless, which focuses on the latest Corsair mouse for gaming. It is a product designed for gamers and tested by the best eSports professionals. The gaming mouse is extremely lightweight and even features Slipstream Wireless technology. In this article, you will read all the details in our Corsair Sabre RGB Pro review.

This special feature provides lightning fast and precise responsiveness while gaming. The Sabre RGB Pro wireless gaming mouse is a remarkable product. And it even comes with some of the best features available. The Corsair Sabre RGB Pro Wireless has just about everything you could want in a wireless or any other gaming mouse. It should be comfortable for most hands and grip styles, has fantastic build quality, and offers a high level of customization via the iCue software. We are here Corsair Sabre RGB Pro review you can read.

There are a few minor things that hold it back from perfection, but none of these drawbacks detract from the experience enough to spoil the appeal of this reliable rodent. It’s worth noting that there are even lighter options, such as the Razer Mouse (Viper Ultimate ) (74g) or the SteelSeries Mouse (Aerox 3) Wireless (68g), if that’s your top priority. However, the former is more expensive ($129 USD / £129 GBP) and the latter’s honeycomb chassis design might not be stable enough for some, especially when traveling.

Corsair Sabre RGB Pro review: Design

The overall design of Sabre RGB Pro Wireless is somewhat generic, but in an elegant and understated way that we mostly like. It is also quite similar to the wired Sabre RGB Pro (which is less expensive at around $60). However, there are a some key differences between the two models. First, the Sabre RGB Pro Wireless has a single RGB lighting zone, the Corsair logo on the back, while the wired model also has a glowing scroll wheel.

A button on the back of the wheel allows you to switch between four levels of sensor sensitivity, but there is no glowing indicator on the side as there is on the wired model. Instead, the top button has a small RGB light that illuminates briefly and changes color to indicate the DPI setting. This is technically a second “RGB zone” since the company’s iCue software allows you to select colors for each preset, but the light is so small that we didn’t notice it until more than halfway through our test with the mouse.

Corsair Sabre RGB Pro review: Comfort

The Corsair SABRE RGB PRO is designed for right-handed users, has two side buttons on the left side, and the mouse body is slightly textured to increase grip. It should be comfortable for people with medium and larger hands, but some of the buttons might be hard to reach for smaller hands with some grip styles.

At 79 g, it’s not the lightest mouse we’ve tested. The SteelSeries Prime, for example, is 10 g lighter, as is the wireless Aerox 3. But weight isn’t everything, and there’s much more to like about the Sabre Pro Wireless’ smart ergonomic design. For example, we like the large side buttons that are easy to reach and just as easy to press. They are also easily distinguished by a small gap, so you know which button you are pressing even without looking.

Corsair Sabre RGB Pro review: Performance

When it comes to gaming, the Corsair Sabre RGB Pro Wireless performs admirably. We put the mouse through its paces in Age of Empires III: Definitive Edition, Deathloop, Baldur’s Gate III, and the Final Fantasy XIV, and it performed well across the board. We particularly liked the mouse’s performance in Deathloop, where the lightweight design allowed for effortless switching between opponents without friction.

The Sabre RGB Pro Wireless is also suitable for other genres, but it did not feel as comfortable as a gripped mouse during long gaming sessions.If you prefer competitive gaming, such as first-person shooters (FPS), the Sabre RGB Pro Wireless will be fine for occasional participation in other games. If you are going to sit for long periods of time and play intense single-player games, the Sabre RGB Pro Wireless may not be the best choice.

Conclusion

With its impressive sensor, 2,000 Hz tuning, and comfortable, understated design, the Sabre RGB Pro Wireless has a lot going for it especially if you are looking for a top-of-the-line wireless mouse and are not afraid to spend over $100 for it. Even with its MSRP of $110, the Corsair mouse is cheaper than the competing Razer mouse, the DeathAdder V2 Pro, which offers slightly longer battery life but doesn’t have the higher query option.

Lucas Simonds
Lucas Simonds
At Bollyinside, Lucas Simonds serves in the role of Senior Editor. He finds entertainment in anything and everything related to technology, from laptops to smartphones and everything in between. His favorite hobby may be collecting headphones of all shapes and sizes, even if he keeps them all in the same drawer.

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