Tuesday, March 8th 2016

Corsair Also Announces the Sabre RGB Gaming Mouse with 10,000 dpi Sensor

Corsair, a leader in high-performance gaming hardware, today announced the immediate availability of the upgraded Sabre RGB gaming mouse. Equipped with a 10,000 DPI optical sensor, four-zone dynamic multi-color backlighting and eight programmable buttons, Sabre RGB is the new lightweight champion of Corsair's award winning range of gaming mice.

By combining state-of-the-art optical sensor technology with lightweight and ergonomic design, the Corsair Sabre RGB gaming mouse provides superior tracking speed with deadly accuracy. Equipped with a 10,000 DPI optical sensor and multi-color DPI indicator, high-accuracy tracking is assured to make every click count. Weighing just 100g and designed to accommodate multiple grip styles, Sabre RGB's sleek ergonomic shape fits comfortably in your hand, allowing gamers to react quickly and play longer.
Sabre RGB's 8 programmable buttons can be fully re-mapped using the Corsair Utility Engine Software (CUE) - whether for single keystrokes or complex macros to give MOBA and MMO gamers the edge. Four-zone dynamic multi-color backlighting gives users virtually infinite color customization, or with CUE Link, match Sabre RGB's lighting and effects to that of your Corsair RGB Keyboard with the click of a button.

Specifications
  • Lightweight: Just 100g total weight. React more quickly and play longer with less fatigue.
  • 10,000 DPI optical sensor and multi-color DPI indicator: Confident, high-accuracy tracking makes every click count.
  • Four-zone dynamic multi-color backlighting: Enjoy virtually infinite color customization.
  • CUE Software: Slick and intuitive Corsair Utility Engine gives you performance tuning and customization control.
  • 8 Programmable buttons: Fully configurable layout for personalized play.
  • High-performance switches: Custom designed for gaming, with fast response and high reliability.
  • Ergonomic design: Fits comfortably in your hand and supports multiple grip styles.
  • 1,000 Hz USB refresh rate: Lag-free responsiveness for fast play.
  • Braided easy-flex USB cable: 1.8 Meters of unencumbered roaming.
  • MSRP: $49.99 Exc. Tax
Availability
The Sabre RGB is available immediately worldwide from Corsair's worldwide network of authorized retailers and distributors.

For more information, visit the product page.
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9 Comments on Corsair Also Announces the Sabre RGB Gaming Mouse with 10,000 dpi Sensor

#1
TheDeeGee
Looking forward to the days when all these additional christmas lights on Mice and Keyboards are a goner.
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#2
Chaitanya
I saw this up for pre-order 2-3 days back, would like to read some comparison to old Sabre optical to see if there are any improvements or not.
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#3
AsRock
TPU addict
Yet another dumb cable placement.
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#4
urza26
TheDeeGee said:
Looking forward to the days when all these additional christmas lights on Mice and Keyboards are a goner.
Was about to make a rant about the RGB hype, when I read your post.
Not sure if I should be mad at you for taking the opportunity away or glad that you saved me the hassle :p
But yes PLEASE stop this RGB nonsense, noone wants it, get away! shoo! shoo!
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#5
NationsAnarchy
Ugh, the cable placement ...
Probably an update just like the DeathAdder Chroma from the DeathAdder 2013 ? Avago S3989 ?
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#6
nexus_a
I have this but I couldn't bring myself to use it. The software sucks so bad...
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#7
[502]
Somehow, I managed to like every Corsair products, except their mouse. It just didn't clicked on me :laugh:
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#8
Digital Dreams
urza26 said:
Was about to make a rant about the RGB hype, when I read your post.
Not sure if I should be mad at you for taking the opportunity away or glad that you saved me the hassle :p
But yes PLEASE stop this RGB nonsense, noone wants it, get away! shoo! shoo!
At least they ditched the stripper tramp stamp logo. :laugh:
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#9
buildzoid
urza26 said:
Was about to make a rant about the RGB hype, when I read your post.
Not sure if I should be mad at you for taking the opportunity away or glad that you saved me the hassle :p
But yes PLEASE stop this RGB nonsense, noone wants it, get away! shoo! shoo!
I actually appreciate well implemented RGB. However the well implemented part seems to be really rare. Also it depends what gets the RGB treatment. IMO it works well on keyboards and mice that have a ton of extra buttons like the Razer Naga because you can use the RGB for identifying different profiles. But on mice where you only have 2 side buttons it doesn't make much sense to me since I wouldn't save that many profiles on them.
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