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Corsair's Sabre RGB Pro mouse is ready for gaming and down to just $30 today

Corsair Sabre RGB Pro review
Corsair Sabre RGB Pro review (Image credit: Harish Jonnalagadda / Windows Central)

One of Best Buy's daily deals includes the Corsair Sabre RGB Pro gaming mouse down to a low price of $29.99. This was already a pretty affordable mouse at its regular $55 street price, and it conveniently drops to around $45 at other retailers like Amazon. Today's deal is the best price we've ever seen at any retailer.

The deal is actually part of a larger promo that also includes the Corsair Sabre Pro, a similar mouse that lacks the RGB custom lighting. It's going for $27.49 at both Best Buy and Amazon.

A few months ago we gave this mouse 4 stars out of 5 with a Recommended badge in our review. Harish Jonnalagadda said, "the ergonomic design with the lightweight chassis make it ideal for daily use, and you get a high-quality PixArt sensor along with durable Omron switches and spring-loaded main buttons." He added this mouse nails the basics with customizable RGB lighting and DPI you can adjust on the fly.

This is a mouse designed to be tournament-grade and ready for you to make your moves in esports. It has hyper-responsive inputs and an ultra lightweight design at just 74g so you can make rapid movements and twitch when you need to twitch. The spring-loaded design of the Sabre RGB Pro's buttons ensure zero gaps so every click and every shot is as fast as possible. It also has an 8,000Hz polling rate.

The flexible paracord weave cable helps reduce drag to keep your movements fluid as well. This deal is only good through the end of the day, so grab it while you can.

John Levite
John Levite

J.D. Levite has been in the deals game since 2012. He has posted daily deals at Gizmodo, The Wirecutter, The Sweethome, and now covers deals for Android Central, iMore, and Windows Central. He was there for the first Prime Day and has braved the full force of Black Friday. If you cut him, he bleeds savings. But don't try it for real. That's a metaphor.