Corsair SABRE PRO Mouse Review

The Corsair SABRE PRO is a great wired gaming mouse with a right-handed form and a slightly textured plastic shell for extra grip. It’s light, well-made, and has a very low click latency, as well as a flexible cord and excellent mouse feet. It also comes with customising software that is compatible with Windows and macOS, and its CPI has a broad range and adjusts in one-step increments.

It works well with all grip styles, however people with tiny hands may find it difficult to reach some of the buttons when using a claw or fingertip grip. It’s also one of the first mice to include an 8000Hz polling rate, which should result in smoother-feeling mouse movements, though we haven’t tested this yet.

Corsair SABRE PRO Review

Corsair SABRE PRO

For office use, the Corsair SABRE PRO is adequate. It’s well-made and features a comfortable right-handed shape that, depending on hand size, is well-suited to all grip styles. Windows and macOS are both supported by the companion software. You may also remap all buttons or assign them to execute macros, start apps, manage media, or register keystrokes. Unfortunately, there is no wireless connectivity with this mouse, and the scroll wheel cannot be unlocked for free scrolling.

The Corsair SABRE PRO is a fantastic first-person shooter gaming mouse. It’s small and light, with minimal click latency, a flexible cord, and sturdy mouse feet. It’s also one of the first mice with an 8000Hz maximum polling rate, which should smooth out cursor motions, though we haven’t tested this yet. It has a large CPI range, and the accompanying software allows you to change it in one-step increments. It’s also well-made and has a comfortable right-handed form that works well with all grip styles, but people with tiny hands may not be able to reach all of the buttons using a claw or fingertip grip.

The Corsair SABRE PRO is a great MMO mouse, however it lacks the number of buttons that specialist MMO mice offer. On the plus side, all of the buttons can be programmed, and the right-handed design accommodates a variety of grip styles based on hand size. It features a solid build, minimal click latency, and a broad CPI range that you can modify in one-step increments using the accompanying software, which is also compatible with Windows and macOS. It also includes a flexible cable, a short lift-off distance, and a polling rate of 8000Hz, all of which should result in smoother mouse movements, though we haven’t tested this.

The SABRE PRO from Corsair is a fantastic ultra-light gaming mouse. While it’s a little heavier than other ultra-lightweight mice, it features a short click latency, a flexible cord, and mouse feet that glide well across non-cloth mousepads. It’s well-made and features a right-handed design that works with any grip. Those with tiny hands, on the other hand, may find it difficult to reach all of the buttons using a claw or fingertip grip. It also boasts an 8000Hz maximum polling rate, which should result in better mouse movement, although we haven’t tested this yet.

The Corsair SABRE PRO isn’t designed as a travel mouse, which can make it inconvenient to take with you on the go. It has no wireless capabilities and would be difficult (if not impossible) when working in confined spaces like buses or trains where there is less space for things such as cords.

Corsair SABRE PRO Style

The Corsair SABRE PRO is designed to be used right-handed, having two side buttons on the left and a matte black plastic body with a minor roughness. A glossy Corsair logo can be seen on the rear of the mouse, while a grey SABRE logo can be found on the left mouse button.

Corsair SABRE PRO Weight

Maximum Weight With Wire: 98 g
Maximum Weight Without Wire: 70 g
Minimum Weight Without Wire: 70 g
Weight Distribution: Centered
Extra Weights: No

The SABRE PRO is lightweight and portable. With its ergonomic design, it’s easy to carry around without weighing you down or getting in the way. You’ll feel powerful when using this mouse because of how responsive your movements are translated into action on screen!

Corsair SABRE PRO Build Quality

The build quality of the Corsair SABRE PRO is excellent, and the body has little flexibility. When you shake the mouse, it makes a rattling sound, the scroll wheel wobbles little, and the side buttons are slightly mushy.

Corsair SABRE PRO Comfort of Use

Right-handed: Yes
Left-handed: No
Ambidextrous: No
Coating: Matte
Finger Rest: No

The Corsair SABRE PRO is a right-handed mouse with two side buttons on the left and a little texture on the mouse body for added grip.

Corsair SABRE PRO Wireless Versatility

Bluetooth: No
Receiver: No
Battery Type: No Batteries
Use When Charging: No
On/Off Activation: None
Receiver Extender: No
Battery Indicator: No

The Corsair SABRE PRO is a wired-only mouse that you can’t use wirelessly. It has been designed to eliminate the need for messy cables, so it will never get tangled up with your computer again!

Corsair SABRE PRO Sensor Specifications

Sensor Technology: Optical (LED)
Sensor Model: PixArt PMW3392
Works On Glass: No
Minimum CPI (DPI): 100 CPI
Maximum CPI (DPI): 18,000 CPI
CPI (DPI) Adjustment Steps: 1 CPI
CPI (DPI) Variation: 6%
Minimum Lift Off Distance: 1.2 mm
Maximum Polling Rate: 8000 Hz

The CPI range of the Corsair SABRE PRO is large, and you may pick a precise CPI setting in one-step increments. It also has a short lift-off distance, so the sensor won’t monitor movement when you move your mouse around. In addition to the standard polling rates of 125Hz, 250Hz, 500Hz, and 1000Hz, polling rates of 2000Hz, 4000Hz, and 8000Hz are available. Higher polling rates should result in smoother-feeling mouse movements, though we haven’t tested this yet.

Corsair SABRE PRO Buttons

Buttons Activation: Mechanical
Total Number Of Buttons: 6
Number Of Side Buttons: 2
Number Of Programmable Inputs: 6
Profile Switching Button: Yes
CPI (DPI) Switching Button: Yes
Gesture Support: No

You may remap all of the mouse buttons with the accompanying programme. You can programme them to execute macros, media controls, application launches, and even keyboard keystrokes.