Corsair Sabre RGB Optical Mouse Review
The software is simple enough to use and has a relatively small memory footprint. Everything is exactly where you'd expect to find it. The lighting options, which we'll look at on the next page, are divided into three sections, all of which are capable of displaying a different hue if you so wish. You can change the "headlight" on the front below the LMB, the scroll wheel, and the Corsair Gaming logo on the palm rest portion.
The actions editor - macro editor to you and me - is one of the most feature rich we've ever used. You can record just keystrokes, or just mouse button presses, or just the pointer, or some combination of all of them. Unlike some other manufacturers it records mouse movement in increments rather than just recording relative coordinates.