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Corsair Revamps the Sabre RGB Gaming Mouse With a 10,000 DPI Optical Sensor


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A couple years ago, Corsair introduced its Sabre RGB gaming mouse, bringing a lightweight option to fit a range of grip styles. Today Corsair has improved the Sabre RGB mouse with a new optical sensor that hits 10,000 DPI. It's a big jump from the 6400 DPI optical sensor of the original, and even the 8200 DPI laser version (the new model is optical-only). If 10,000 DPI is a bit too much all the time, you can adjust it all the way down to 100 DPI, or anything in between. You still get four-zone illumination with 16.8 million colors, eight programmable buttons, and a lightweight design that clocks in at just 100 grams. The eight buttons can be reprogrammed with the Corsair Utility Engine (CUE) to fit whatever you need, from a keystroke to complex macros. The lighting can also be customized in CUE to fit your own style or even match your Corsair RGB keyboard, if you have one on your desk. The Sabre RGB also features an ergonomic design for comfortable gaming long into the night, a 1.8 meter braided cable with easy-flex design to avoid snags, and a 1000Hz polling rate.

The Corsair Sabre RGB gaming mouse is available now for $49.99.

Source: Press Release


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