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    Corsair Sabre RGB Pro Wireless

    Lightweight FPS mouse cuts the cord.
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    Re: Corsair Sabre RGB Pro Wireless

    Could never use any other mouse than a logitech. But this corsair mouse looks like a Deathadder
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    Re: Corsair Sabre RGB Pro Wireless

    Quote Originally Posted by Kovoet View Post
    Could never use any other mouse than a logitech. But this corsair mouse looks like a Deathadder
    I've been the same for quite a few years, after less than great experiences with a shonky Sharkoon Draconia mouse (looked great on paper, didn't last long and had very poor after-sales support).

    Some of the newer Logitech mice seem to be getting bad reviews on Amazon - reliability of mouse buttons seems to have taken a nose-dive. Not a great result when many of the Logtech MX series mice push close to £100 these days.
    Last edited by KultiVator; 16-09-2021 at 08:42 PM.

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    Re: Corsair Sabre RGB Pro Wireless

    Quote Originally Posted by KultiVator View Post
    I've been the same for quite a few years, after less than great experiences with a shonky Sharkoon Draconia mouse (looked great on paper, didn't last long and had very poor after-sales support).

    Some of the newer Logitech mice seem to be getting bad reviews on Amazon - reliability of mouse buttons seems to have taken a nose-dive. Not a great result when many of the Logtech MX series mice push close to £100 these days.
    I've been with logitech mice for a long time now, but even though my MX Master is getting a bit long in the tooth and showing visible signs of wear, I'm loathed to replace it with a MX Master 3 as there seems to have been a shift downwards in quality of Logitech products in recent years.

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