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Wednesday , 2 December 2020

Corsair SABRE RGB

Introduction

Corsair had its humble beginnings producing computer memory and evolved to become a leader in high performance memory products. Then, in 2009, Corsair decided to break away from its mold and enhance its product offerings with other components; the first foray into components shocked the industry with its 800D case. After taking the industry by storm with its ever expanding product line centered on gamers and enthusiasts, Corsair has continued to innovate and refine its product line. So when Corsair reached out to Bjorn3D and asked us to take a look at the new Sabre RGB, we were curious to see how it lives up to Corsair’s prestigious reputation.

The Sabre RGB is one of Corsair’s newest gaming mice and is designed to be a lightweight, comfortable gaming mouse that still has features that gamers are looking for that don’t break the bank. So we will explore the Sabre RGB and see if it belongs on Corsair’s swashbuckling pirate ship.

Specifications

  • DPI: 100 to 10,000 DPI
  • Report Rate: 1,000 Hz Ultrapolling
  • Weight: 100 Grams
  • Mouse Backlighting: 4 Zone RGB
  • Programmable Buttons: 8
  • On-board Memory: Yes
  • CUE Software: Enabled
  • Cable: 1.8m Braided Fiber

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