Saber RGB Pro Wireless: now without cables

Nowadays, gaming mice are defined by three and a half aspects. First important aspect, with or without cable, a matter of player preferences. Second, the we

Saber RGB Pro Wireless: now without cables

Nowadays, gaming mice are defined by three and a half aspects. First important aspect, with or without cable, a matter of player preferences. Second, the weight, although the lightness is lately imposed; The next is its size, because it depends on how you take it; And the final half is whether it brings Lucecitas or many buttons or another extra.

That said, what does the Saber RGB Pro Wireless from Corsair contribute? Simple: wireless, with very little weight, a size for big hands and with a pair of additions: RGB lights if you want to activate them and two buttons for the thumbs, which come to me fear because I have customs to use them.

It is a detail that Corsair Lance a version of its best mouse without the cables, because today there is no longer latency and you can play without cables perfectly even the most demanding online FPS. I recommend connecting using the included wireless receiver, because by Bluetooth there may be interference.

The simplicity of the mouse in its appearance, because it is black and discreet, hides a very precise sensor and with many DPI, up to 26,000, something that you will not need but that comes well even if you play with a sensitivity of 600dpi, as is my case. Although you do not use all your spectrum, it is important for the mouse to work well.

Another aspect that surely conquisive many players is that it despite, even with its battery inside, only 79 grams. The Logitech X Pro Wireless Superlight weighs 67 grams, but you will not notice just a difference and, if this other mouse is left small, the size of the Saber Pro Wireless can be a good alternative for you.

The size is an important factor. You will have to avoid it if you have a small hand or even if you are one of those who play supporting only the tips of your fingers in the mouse. But if you're posing all the palm, it's a perfect mouse. I am halfway between them and I have managed well with him.

There is little more you can add. With 90 hours of possible use, a good weight and a good design, the only thing I can criticize the mouse is that Corsair's ICUE software starts to be very heavy and it has failed it a few times when storing profiles or changing the RGB lights of the mouse . It is more program that of the mouse, but keep it in mind.

The Saber RGB Pro Wireless is a good mouse and at a price of 99 euros, it is almost the cheapest of its category, much more than Logitech's alternatives.

Updated Date: 21 September 2021, 21:48

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