Corsair Saber RGB Pro Review 1
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  • Good workmanship
  • Extremely light and powerful
  • 8000Hz polling rate
  • Quite comfortable
  • The price is reasonable for the features it offers
  • You need a high-end computer for 8000Hz
Light gamer mice have come into our lives and the attention of the players has started to shift from the big, equipped and seated mice to here. While we once wanted ergonomic, aggressive and non-neighborly mice, we now want to forget that there is a mouse there. Corsair Saber RGB Pro is one of the products that follow this trend, but it has a serious technology under its stylish and understated appearance.

Although Saber RGB Pro is a light gaming mouse, it did not prefer the popular Honeycomb trend of the last period. Although I prefer to stay neutral for myself, it is obvious that most players cannot get used to these Honeycomb designs, so it is a plus point that it can manage to be stylish while remaining light. Saber is designed for right-handed users and has stylized its black plastic case with a glossy bezel. The product has two zones RGB, the mouse wheel and the Corsair logo, and another LED on the left front that shows the DPI setting.

The hand grip supports are made of rough plastic and don’t support your hand enough when lifting the mouse. Fortunately, the Saber RGB Pro weighs 74 grams wirelessly and 102 grams wired. It is not a world record, of course, but it should be noted that it is extremely light. Combined with its successful ergonomics, you forget that you have a mouse at hand.

Corsair, on the other hand, has done its best to make you feel that you have a mouse at hand, and a very technological mouse. The PixArt PMW3392 sensor in the product is exclusive to Corsair and is one of the fastest sensors on the market. Supporting up to 18000dpi, the sensor has 450IPS speed and 50G acceleration values. What makes Saber special is that it supports 8K polling rate, which requires you to have downloaded version 4.11 of iCUE. In addition, he added a note that iCUE is only suitable for high-end systems for 8K polling rate. Thus, the Saber RGB Pro was the first gaming mouse with minimum system requirements I’ve ever seen.

Well, what does 8K change, frankly, it is not possible to feel it in use, but it promises much higher shooting accuracy, especially in FPS games.

You can change the dpi and polling rate settings, save them on the mouse and reprogram the function keys via iCUE. iCUE works much faster than before and is generally problem free and capable software. Only the lightning settings that come after version 4.10 are a bit complicated, you may have to sit down and find out by trial and error.

Corsair has used a 2.1 meter fabric cable for this model, and the cable is very soft, so it doesn’t “jump aside” and put your mouse in an abnormal state, making it easy to pack up and carry around. The PTFE skates on the bottom also flow on both cloth and hard surface mousepads.

In a nutshell

As a result, Saber RGB Pro is a very pleasant gaming mouse to use. Players who do not want to compromise on elegance while looking for high performance and lightness will like it. Moreover, there are suitable sizes for all sizes of hands. The product is currently in our country 591 TL can be found at a price.

Corsair Saber RGB Pro Technical Specifications
Product Model Corsair Saber RGB Pro
Product Type Keyboard and Mouse
CHIP Online Note 90
Manufacturer Corsair
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