The best Corsair mouse for FPS gaming that we’ve tested is the Corsair SABRE PRO. It’s lightweight, feels very well-built, and has a comfortable right-handed shape with a slightly textured plastic body for added grip. It’s well-suited for all grip types, but those with small or medium-sized hands may have trouble reaching both side buttons or the scroll wheel using a claw grip, while those with small hands may not be able to hit both side buttons with a fingertip grip. It has excellent low click latency, a low lift-off distance, and a CPI with a wide range that you can adjust by increments of one. Also, unlike most Corsair mice, it has a very flexible paracord-like cable. It’s one of the first mice with a maximum polling rate of 8000Hz, which should provide smoother-feeling mouse movements, but it isn’t something we currently test.
Unfortunately, Corsair’s iCUE companion software warns that setting the polling rate to 8000hz is only recommended for computers with high-end processors. Also, the scroll wheel doesn’t have L/R tilt buttons, and you can’t unlock it for free-scrolling mode, which may be disappointing if you plan on using it as a multipurpose mouse for gaming and work. That said, this is an amazing, lightweight choice for FPS gaming with excellent performance and plenty of customization options.