Corsair Saber RGB Pro Wireless Gaming Mouse Uses 26,000 DPI Optical Sensor

Corsair has announced the Saber RGB Pro Wireless gaming mouse. The description of the new product says that it combines lightweight, ergonomic design, eSports readiness, and high wireless speed. The mass of the device is 79 g. The shape of the body makes it suitable for gripping with a "claw" and the whole palm. Feedback from professional esports teams including Team Secret, Vitality and Envy was taken into account in the development of the mouse.

The Corsair Saber RGB Pro Wireless uses a Corsair Marksman 26,000 DPI optical sensor. This is the highest resolution of any Corsair mice. One of the mouse buttons is dedicated to quickly toggle between five sensitivity settings, adjustable on the fly, without launching the software. The left and right Corsair QuickStrike buttons are pre-pushed for instant click-in.

Corsair's SlipStream Wireless technology delivers less than 1ms latency, according to the manufacturer, allowing you to track mouse movements and button clicks faster than conventional gaming mice (up to 2x the difference). The mouse can work up to 90 hours without recharging.

Corsair iCUE software is used to change backlight and other mouse settings, and program buttons and macros. Settings are saved in three built-in profiles.

The Corsair Saber RGB Pro Wireless Gaming Mouse is already available for purchase at a suggested price of $ 110.

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