Today we’re looking at a brand-new, affordable, lightweight mouse aimed at FPS and MOBA players. It boasts an insane 8,000Hz polling rate, with a price tag of £49.99. The mouse in question is Corsair's Sabre RGB Pro, and while it may share the same name, it is a complete re-design of the original Sabre that launched several years ago. Is this new mouse any good? Let's find out.
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00:15 Andy’s thoughts
02:13 Sabre RGB Pro details / cable
02:59 Design overview
03:30 Grip – gloss bar/plastics
04:01 DPI indicators / scroll wheel
05:06 Front / underneath / ergonomics
06:03 Design comparisons
06:51 Build Quality / buttons
08:53 Sound test / comparisons
09:36 Sensor and lift off Distance discussion
10:31 8000hH Polling rate – CPU load and real world testing
14:53 iCue Software update
15:59 Closing Thoughts
- Black matte finish with gloss accents
- Right-handed ergonomic shape
- PixArt PAW3392 sensor – optical
- 100 – 18,000 DPI
- LED DPI indicators
- Quickstrike buttons with zero gap for instant actuation
- 2-Zone RGB
- 2.1m USB 2.0 Type-A non-removable cable
- Up to 8,000Hz hyper-polling
- 100% PTFE feet
- 129 x 70 x 43mm
- 74g weight
You can purchase the Corsair Sabre RGB Pro for £49.99 from Overclockers UK HERE.
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- Excellent build quality.
- Ergonomic shape is incredibly comfortable.
- Quickstrike buttons work perfectly, almost no pre or post-travel.
- 8,000Hz polling rate really feels like it gives you an edge.
- Brilliant price point and a non-RGB version available for £5 less.
- 8,000Hz polling rate is most noticeable with high-refresh rate monitors and high-end gaming PCs.
- Gloss accents pick up grease and fingerprints.
KitGuru says: We absolutely love the Sabre RGB Pro by Corsair. The price point is excellent coming in at £49.99 for the RGB version or £44.99 for the non-RGB version which is also 5g lighter. For the money, you're getting an all-round excellent mouse.
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