TWO MICE in one issue? Yep, we’ve got a gluttony of the funky pointers this month. We’ve seen the “surprisingly good” (to quote Christian) Marsback mouse with its perforated form and tiny fan, and now, this plucky wireless number, the Sabre RGB Pro Wireless Champion Series.
We’ve already taken a look at the wired version, so I didn’t think it was worth giving it the full review treatment. On paper, there isn’t much of a difference between the two—both have the same ergonomic shape, feature Omron switches rated for 50 million clicks, on-board memory profiles, RGB, and can theoretically be used in a wired mode (the wired version’s cable is about 12-inches longer). They are roughly the same weight, with the wired variant weighing in at an impeccably light 2.61oz (74g) and the wireless version clocking in at an incredible 2.78oz (79g).
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Repetition dissected, perfected, then done all over again