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Corsair Saber Pro, a mouse for discreet gamers

While Logitech and Razer get more attention with mice, the truth is that Corsair makes great products too. Like its keyboards, the Saber Pro targets gamers who can’t get by with standard peripherals.

The three main advantages of Saber Pro are its lightness (69 grams), its size (quite comfortable if you are one of those who plays with the whole palm on the mouse or you have a large hand) and high precision sensor, capable of registering movements at 18,000 dots per pixel.

In other words, it is big for your big hand, it does not weigh so that your hand does not hurt so much after hours sessions and the space it travels on the table (use a mat, for the love of God, which is how it is best played ) measures it to the millimeter.

If you want a more colorful version, you have a version with RGB lights (it weighs 74 grams, it is still very light), but I am one of more subtle products. Since it is a wired mouse, you have to ask yourself if that is really what you need. I’ve gotten used to wireless mice and now I don’t like having that cable on the table. I understand that it is a very personal matter and it is by no means a major downside.

While Logitech and Razer get more attention with mice, the truth is that Corsair makes great products too. Like its keyboards, the Saber Pro targets gamers who can’t get by with standard peripherals.

The three main advantages of Saber Pro are its lightness (69 grams), its size (quite comfortable if you are one of those who plays with the whole palm on the mouse or you have a large hand) and high precision sensor, capable of registering movements at 18,000 dots per pixel.

In other words, it is big for your big hand, it does not weigh so that your hand does not hurt so much after hours sessions and the space it travels on the table (use a mat, for the love of God, which is how it is best played ) measures it to the millimeter.

If you want a more colorful version, you have a version with RGB lights (it weighs 74 grams, it is still very light), but I am one of more subtle products. Since it is a wired mouse, you have to ask yourself if that is really what you need. I’ve gotten used to wireless mice and now I don’t like having that cable on the table. I understand that it is a very personal matter and it is by no means a major downside.

Its last big advantage is its price. For 55 euros, you have a mouse that is at the same level as others that double that figure and that has a design that does not fall apart in your office. I have at least been using it to work and I can say that after hours editing Excel and many others playing Overwatch, my hand has not hurt at any time.

Pride does, because no matter how good the mouse is, you have to get used to it a bit and also be good at playing the game of turn to win. And I’ve lost a lot of practice at Overwatch …

If you like mice that look like spaceships, I’m afraid this product is not for you. And if you are looking for more buttons or functions within the mouse itself, the Saber Pro has just two more buttons in addition to the usual ones. It is perhaps not appropriate if you play MMO.

But as a discreet mouse and for playing shooting games, it is possibly a product that anyone who does not want to spend 100 euros and does not need a lot of frills could recommend it. A mouse that is light, comfortable and works well, no more, no less.

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