Corsair has announced the release of two models of gaming mice, according to the manufacturer, created for esports players and tested by the best professional gamers. These are Saber Pro and Saber RGB Pro mice. They are the first Corsair mice to use Corsair’s proprietary Axion “ultra-fast processing” technology and 8000 Hz polling rate.
The manufacturer considers the advantages of the new mice to be low weight, the ability to track very fast movements and a comfortable shape.
The basis of the mice is the PMW3392 optical sensor with a resolution of 18,000 dpi. A separate button allows you to select one of five preset resolution values, which can be quickly changed without resorting to software. The iCUE software provides access to settings such as the dual-zone lighting settings for the Saber RGB Pro. It may be important for players that the main buttons use Omron switches preloaded to reduce idle. There are six programmable buttons in total.
The weight of the Corsair Saber Pro is only 69 g, the Saber RGB Pro – 74 g. The dimensions of the mice are the same – 129 x 70 x 43 mm. A flexible USB cable in a paracord sheath is used to connect to a PC. Sales have already started.