Gaming Mouse Testing & Results
The Corsair Sabre RGB is easily the lightest gaming mouse I’ve ever used; at a mere 100 grams, it’s just over half the weight of the loaded Mad Catz R.A.T. 9 wireless mouse I used for years, and even lighter than the G.SKILL Ripjaws MX780 I’ve been using lately. Getting used to it took some time and resolution adjustment: it was so light that I wound up dropping the resolution a bit from what I normally use. This actually worked out better for me since it’s easier to do precision aiming in FPS games with a lower resolution moving the mouse larger distances.
I used the Corsair Sabre RGB for a week of testing, and it’s become my new favorite gaming mouse. It may lack some features of the competition, but it fits my hand well and the degree of integration with my Corsair keyboard provided by CUE is a real advantage.
(Also, the synchronized lighting with the K70 Rapidfire keyboard and MM800 RGB mouse pad just looks so cool, but that’s part of the whole gaming experience, right?)