Corsair's Sabre RGB Gaming Mouse Weighs Under 100 Grams

Corsair just launched its RGB lineup of gaming peripherals, and already the company is adding a new product to the series. The product in question is the Corsair Gaming Sabre RGB mouse, which is an ultra-light mouse for fast-action gaming FPS gaming.

Up until now, the M65 RGB was the only RGB mouse from Corsair, with the K95 RGB, K70 RGB, and K65 RGB keyboards accompanying it.

The mouse itself weighs less than 100 grams and has a newly-designed ergonomic shape. It also has programmable buttons, adjustable DPI settings, and four LED lighting zones, each of which is capable of 16.8 million colors. You can adjust all of the options in Corsair's CUE software. The mouse connects to your PC through a 1.8-meter braided USB cable.

To suit a larger audience, Corsair built two versions of the mouse – one with an optical sensor and another with a laser sensor. The optical variant has a DPI rating of 6400, while the laser-based Sabre RGB can sense up to 8200 DPI.

Corsair priced the Sabre RGB Optical at $59.99, while the laser version can be yours for $69.99.

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Niels Broekhuijsen is a Contributing Writer for Tom's Hardware US. He reviews cases, water cooling and pc builds.

  • Brighttail
    They also need to add more buttons like the M95! They start off so well then stop....
  • a1r
    Looks like a Razer Death Adder to me, with a couple of extra buttons.
  • Cons29
    those rubber grips will probably wear out. i think i like m70 m60 m65 more (hope i got the models right)