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Corsair Sabre RGB Pro review

Two-minute review

Corsair’s Sabre RGB Pro Wireless Champion Series is a fine, inoffensive gaming mouse. With a max sensitivity of 26,000 DPI and a polling rate of 2,000 Hz, it’s certainly a solid option, but it fails to impress for its somewhat steep $109 (about £76, AU$149) price point.

While testing the Sabre RGB Pro Wireless, we’re spending a lot of time with high-speed arcade shooters, but we’re not impressed in a way that would make us sing its praises in any specific way. Instead, we have some minor nitpicks with its construction that keeps it from being  a great mouse.  You’ll notice a difference if you’ve gone from a standard mouse to a gaming mouse. However, If you’re already experienced with gaming peripherals,  the Corsair Sabre RGB Pro Wireless just doesn’t stand out.

Corsair Sabre RGB Pro on a desk with a glass top next to a keyboard

(Image credit: Future)

At around 5 inches in length and 2 inches in width, the Sabre fills up our hand. Our thumb fits comfortably on the side, and our ring and index fingers rest neatly on the left and right buttons. Those buttons are also both spring and switch-loaded. When you hit the buttons there’s some stress which feels nice when you hit them. It’s a good bit of feedback that often goes unnoticed.


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