Next to the SF600 and SF450, the company announced its new mouse Corsair Sabre RGB.  Corsair gave the Sabre RGB a new 10000 DPI sensor (configurable from 100 DPI) that promises extreme accuracy in a fairly light body of only 100 grams designed to accommodate multiple styles of an ergonomic grip to comfortably suit the tastes of all players.

Corsair Sabre RGB: 10,000 DPI optical sensor and RGB lighting


There are total 8 programmable buttons and all these are fully re-mappable thanks to the Corsair Engine Utility Software (CUE), perfect for one – touch or create complex macros for MOBAs and MMORPGs players. All this is topped with its Dynamic illuminated RGB LED located in four zones, lightning effects, brightness and intensity can be adjusted as per taste.

Information of Corsair Sabre RGB is completed with strangers custom switches by Corsair designed for gamers with its quick response and reliability, Polling Adjustable Rate up to 1000 Hz, using a USB cable of braided nylon (1.8 meters) with a USB 2.0 gold plated connector, throws dimensions of 124 x 80 x 38 mm in height, and its price will be around 69.99 euros when it will hit the stores this week.

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