The familiar CORSAIR Black/Yellow packaging returns, this time with a top-down shot of the mouse that indicates handedness and an idealised gaming mechanic focus on FPS and MOBA titles. This top-down shot is slightly smaller than the SABRE PRO's actual footprint.
Additional angles of the mouse are represented on the rear relating to important functionality present. In this instance both the DPI indicator LEDs and sensor location are shown.
Only major features are discussed on the rear rather than all technical specifications, and in fact there are no indications of dimensions anywhere on the packaging for instance.
The bundle is sparse, but that’s not unexpected: just the mouse, warranty, safety information and quick-start guide are necessary. The mouse will auto-detect in Windows, and software can be downloaded from Corsair.com/icue.
Some of the mouse features are accessible without resorting to the iCUE software, and the quick-start guide helpfully details their use.
The SABRE RGB PRO itself is a typical shape gently oriented to fitting in the right hand but with less pronounced asymmetry than some. The cord, covered in a soft braid, leaves the chassis centrally rather than under the right mouse button (as was the case with the previous SABRE RGB).