Corsair SABRE RGB LED USB Optical Gaming Mouse with New Logo
The Corsair Gaming Sabre RGB Optical Gaming Mouse is the world’s first ultra light weight performance gaming mouse with four-zone 16.8M color backlighting. 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 playing sessions. The high-performance switches are custom designed for the fast response that gaming domination requires, and the 6,400 DPI optical sensor is paired with instant DPI selection with a multicolor indicator so you’re always in control. It’s easy to customize the eight buttons to your requirements with the CUE software, and the 1.8m braided easy-flex resists snagging for unencumbered play. Features • Ultra light weight: Just 100g total weight. React more quickly and play longer with less fatigue.
• Four-zone 16.8 million color backlighting: Enjoy virtually infinite customization.
• 6400 DPI optical sensor and multi-color DPI indicator: Confident, high-accuracy tracking makes every click count.
• 8 programmable buttons: Fully configurable layout for personalized play.
• CUE software: Slick and intuitive Corsair Utility Engine gives you performance tuning and customization control
• High-performance switches: Custom designed for gaming, with fast response and high reliability
• Comfortable claw-grip design: Optimized grip points for fast reaction and lifting.
• 1,000 Hz USB refresh rate: Lag-free responsiveness for fast play.
• Braided easy-flex USB cable: 1.8 meter of unencumbered roaming.
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- 24 months
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- DOA Period:
- 7 days
- RTB Period:
- 24 months
Date Issued: 29th Jul 2009
Today's computer mice come in a variety of flavours, including mechanical, optical, laser and BlueTrack. This TekSpek explains what each variety has to offer.
Date Issued: 21st Oct 2008
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