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CORSAIR Sabre - RGB Gaming Mouse - Lightweight Design - 10,000 DPI Optical Sensor - Forward/Back & DPI Preset Buttons
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- Light weight -- Just 100g total weight. React more quickly and play longer with less fatigue
- 10000 DPI optical sensor and multi-color DPI indicator - Confident, high-accuracy tracking makes every click count
- Four-zone 16.8 million color backlighting - Enjoy virtually infinite customization
- CUE software - Powerful and intuitive Corsair Utility Engine gives you performance tuning and customizationcontrol
- 8 programmable buttons - Fully configurable layout for personalized play
- High-performance Omron switches rated for 20 million clicks - custom designed for gaming, with fast response and high reliability
- Ergonomic design - fits comfortably in your hand and supports multiple grip styles
- 1,000 Hz USB refresh rate - lag-free responsiveness for fast play. Report Rate Select-able 1000Hz/500Hz/250Hz/125Hz
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Light weight and superior accuracy for fast gameplay
Light weight at just 100g, the Corsair Gaming Sabre RGB 10000 DPI gaming mouse offers easy comfort and fluid reach balanced by consistently accurate tracking, a 1,000 Hz refresh rate, eight configurable buttons, and super-responsive switches. Four-zone 16.8M color backlighting creates a beautiful, personalized look that matches your style.
Four-zone 16.8 million color backlighting
It’s yours, so make it your own. Use the Corsair Utility Engine (CUE) software to define your hue and brightness level for each zone. Fly your colors with a unique four-color pattern, or use CUE to set up automatic color cycling with your choice of speed and palettes.
10000 DPI optical sensor and multi-color DPI indicator
High-accuracy smart tracking makes every click count, and you’ll know at a glance if you’re set up to strafe or do some long-range damage. You can even set up your own customized DPI indicator color palette.
One weapon for any battle
With advanced ergonomics that comfortably support your entire hand, you can wield the Sabre RGB in a variety of grip styles. The adaptability in grip gives you the adaptability you need to compete in a wide variety of game types from FPS to RTS and MOBA. The 8 programmable buttons can be customized with ease to fine tune your play.
Light weight for faster play
Sabre RGB is perfect if you prefer a lighter weight mouse. Each component has been screened for weight reduction without sacrificing performance, and the result is a mouse that weighs in at just 100g.
If you like playing at lower DPIs and taking advantage of a larger mouse mat, you'll be able to react quicker and you'll have less fatigue over long gaming sessions.
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Light weight at just 100g, the Corsair Gaming Sabre RGB 10000 DPI gaming mouse offers easy comfort and fluid reach balanced by consistently accurate tracking, a 1,000 Hz refresh rate, eight configurable buttons, and super-responsive switches. Four-zone 16.8M color backlighting creates a beautiful, personalized look that matches your style. Customer Service / Tech support: 1-888-222-4346 opt. 1
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The cord is very high quality, button layout is fine, and the overall feel of the mouse is that of a sturdy build unlike some of the clunkier competitors out there. Unfortunately thats where it ends.
It was one of the hardest mice I've ever seen to calibrate. I've gotten consumer grade mice calibrated in seconds meanwhile I never got this mouse to my liking after several days. The presets never worked well and I constantly had to change settings between games and general PC usage.
Because of the difficulties in getting calibration I found I actually had to lift this mouse more often than any other mouse which is something I dislike.
The colors were nice and match my Strafe keyboard but were way too bright on default settings and the mouse even got quite warm.
Oh boy where to begin...
My mouse may have been defective but I experienced all kinds of functional problems. At times left and right click would register a long hold so during FPS games I found my actions would carry on long after I let go of the button. Conversely some clicks just never registered at all. Also oddly I found the mouse didn't like swiping right a lot. It would just lag even during normal PC usage. I'm using Corsairs own mouse pad with it.
The sensitivity was never precise. Fine adjustments to aim would cause significant jump in cursor movement even at low DPI settings. Made it difficult to work with when precision is key.
The center mouse button was completely botched on my model. It was stiffer than any mouse I've ever used. There is a space in the body housing thats open between the two primary buttons so the wheel is kind of wedged in between them. It felt like it was too tight and you really needed to crank the wheel to spin it. Worse and most frustrating was that it wouldn't register spins an awful lot. During games turning the wheel a single click would yield no action. So sometimes I would have to spin another click. Other times I would expect it and cycle past what I wanted. Other times it would just register a click even when you didn't touch it.
I really cannot stress how disappointed I am with this mouse. I know you get what you pay for but at $40 this is still more expensive than mid level consumer mice. There were way too many problems with the mouse to continue using it. Since I didn't install it until months after ordering I am disappointed I cannot return it. In the trash it goes... I wouldn't even recommend this mouse for an internet browser.
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First. If you do end up buying this mouse, PLEASE, do not neglect the surface calibration function in the Corsair software. I've never had yo use this feature on any other product before, but without surface calibration the lift-off jitter on this mouse was so bad that I would have considered it unusable and even thought my model may have been defective. However I do not consider this con or negative against the mouse as it only takes 5 seconds or less to correct with the included software.
Second, this mouse is on the heavier side so if you're more used to lighter mice like the Razer Naga or Razer Mamba, it will take some time for you to adjust and may even leave your wrist sore the first few times you use it. However, if you can get through that and get used to the heavier weight of the mouse, you will not disappointed. If not, this may not be the mouse for you. If you're looking for a mouse that is similar in size but lighter, the Logitech G502 should suit you nicely.
(1) the left mouse click button's travels is far too short and not precise enough without sufficient feedback to the user when pressed.
(2) both the left and right click buttons would kind of "stick" to the finger while the finger is lifting away and upwards. The buttons even "peel" upwards from its rest position together with the finger. The buttons are just too filmy.
(3) the left mouse button only clicks well if pressed near the top edge of the mouse. So if the user's finger is short, the click would be too near the middle of the mouse and would not produce good clicks.
(4) the mouse 's mid section curves out too much -- this causes fatigue. You feel like you have to keep your hand raised up all the time.
So, after some thought I returned this Cosair Glaive mouse and instead bought the Logitech Protheus Spectrum G502 instead.
However, that being said, I have one knock on this mouse and it comes down to the durability. I wouldn't say I'm a heavy gamer/user as I only use this during the evenings for light gaming and browsing. But after a couple months of use, I'm already starting to detect that when I click the mouse, the click doesn't register. Also, when I want to click and drag an item, it will click, but only register the hold for a second, then deselect itself even though I am still holding the button. It doesn't happen all the time, but it has happened often enough to notice and become an issue. I may look into getting another mouse, but if Corsair stands by their products, I would hope they can solve this issue.
I've heard good things about Corsair and their build quality, but if this keeps up, there's no way I'm going back to this. It's unfortunate that my return period has run out too.