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Corsair Sabre RGB Pro Review

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Introduction

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Corsair is a US-based peripherals and hardware company founded in 1994. After Razer and EVGA, Corsair joins the 8000 Hz polling-rate club with the Sabre RGB Pro. Corsair advertises a particularly capable implementation of 8000 Hz polling on the Sabre RGB Pro owing to their so-called AXON technology, which encompasses a purpose-engineered OS running on an SoC. This applies to click latency as well, which is said to be particularly low. Additionally, spring-loaded main buttons outfitted with Omron switches rated for 50 M clicks are supposed to provide a snappy button response. The 72 g weight is achieved without any visible holes, ensuring great handling along with a soft, flexible, braided cable. Corsair's custom 18,000 CPI PMW3392 sensor provides top-tier tracking and can be fully customized through iCUE, which also includes a wide array of settings for the RGB lighting. In addition to the $59.99 Sabre RGB Pro, the Sabre Pro—a variant without RGB and with a listed weight of 68 g—will retail for $54.99.



Specifications

Corsair Sabre RGB Pro
Size:129 mm x 70 mm x 43 mm
Size (inches):5.1" x 2.76" x 1.7"
Ambidextrous:No
Weight:72 g
Number of Buttons:6 (including wheel click)
Main Switches:Omron D2FC-F-K (50 M) (China)
Wheel Encoder:Mechanical
Sensor:PixArt PMW3392
Resolution:100–18,000 CPI
Polling Rate:125/250/500/1000/2000/4000/8000 Hz
Cable:2.05 m, braided
Software:Yes
Price:$59.99
Warranty:2 years
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