Today we are taking a look at the brand new Sabre RGB Pro Wireless mouse by Corsair. With a Marksman PixArt PAW3393 optical sensor, QuickStrike primary buttons and your choice of USB-C, Bluetooth or 2.4GHz wireless connectivity, this looks like an intriguing addition to the wireless mouse market segment. But can the Sabre RGB Pro Wireless do enough to take on its rivals? Let’s find out!
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00: 00 Start
00: 15 Introduction / pricing / packaging
01: 01 The cable
01: 55 Dongle and compartment
02: 15 underside/ glidepads / sensor
03: 23 The mouse construction / switches / overall design / DPI
06: 22 The Software
08: 10 Gaming Experience and real world use
09: 15 Battery life
09: 43 Comparison
11: 00 Sound test and thoughts
12: 10 Closing thoughts
- Corsair Marksman optical sensor (PixArt PAW3393)
- 26,000 DPI
- 650 IPS tracking
- 50G Acceleration
- Up to 2,000Hz polling rate
- 7 Programmable buttons
- 3 Onboard profiles
- USB-C – USB-A 2.0 1.8m cable
- Bluetooth and 2.4GHz Slipstream wireless connectivity
- Up to 90 hours battery life without backlighting
- 100% PTFE glide pads
- iCUE Software supported
- Dimensions 129 x 70 x 43cm
- 79g Weight
You can purchase the Corsair Sabre RGB Pro Wireless from Overclockers UK for £89.99 HERE.
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- Ergonomic and comfortable design.
- Nice clicky buttons.
- Very little pre- or post-travel from the primary buttons.
- All grip styles are comfortable.
- Rubber cable isn’t optimal.
- Scratchy glide pads cause drag.
- Rattles when shaken.
KitGuru says: The Sabre RGB Pro Wireless by Corsair is a good all-rounder but with some slight downfalls we think it’s worth taking a look at other mice in its price range, including the SteelSeries Aerox 3 Wireless or the Razer Viper Ultimate.