Product Comparison: BenQ ZOWIE FK2 vs Corsair Sabre

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General Specifications
About the Product
No matter whether you are right-handed or left-handed, FK Series comes in three different sizes. They are designed for your comfort. The low profile shape provides enhanced control for both claw and palm-grip users.
The Corsair Gaming Sabre RGB is a light weight performance gaming mouse with four-zone 16.8M color backlighting. If you like playing at lower DPIs and taking advantage of a larger mouse mat, you'll be able to react quicker.
Key Specs
3200 dpi
10000 dpi
Sensor Type
Number of Buttons
What customers say about "Key Specs"
BenQ ZOWIE FK2 Ambidextrous Gaming Mouse
  • The FK2's scroll wheel has the perfect amount of resistance, making it comfortable to use.
  • Clicks are very nice and subtle. Tracking is spot on.
  • All buttons feel nice and responsive, you have an option to change the DPI, lift of distance and refresh rate of the mouse.
  • The FK2 is perfect for my hands, it's super light and the sensor response is amazing.
  • The buttons are harder than on most other gaming mice.
Corsair Sabre Optical Gaming Mouse
  • Having the ability to change the DPI on the fly is a must have and the whole sensor works great.
  • No issues with any of buttons, correct amount of pre/post travel.
  • Flat side buttons always a big plus for me, good scroll wheel with well defined steps.
  • Top end sensor 3389, that feels responsive and snappy.
  • Nice buttons but the wheel is dying after few month of using.
Size & Weight
1.42 in.
1.5 in.
4.88 in.
4.88 in.
2.52 in.
3.15 in.
2.86 oz.
3.53 oz.
What customers say about "Size & Weight"
BenQ ZOWIE FK2 Ambidextrous Gaming Mouse
  • Ambidextrous, low profile shape, suitable for claw and fingertip grip.
  • Combined with the mice's low weight, the skates make it glide extremely well.
  • The simple/comfortable shape and the relatively low weight can make it a good choice for those who want to switch to a serious gaming mouse.
  • For clawing it is perfect size, palming is possible but little uncomfortable.
  • I do wish that this mouse was a little bigger and then it would be perfect.
Corsair Sabre Optical Gaming Mouse
  • The weight of the mouse is about right for me and the hand position is also nice now that I have got used to it.
  • Suitable weight and good shape for most users make this mouse best I've ever seen.
  • Nice shape and size that even small hands can grip comfortably.
  • That wasn't even lightweight when it was first released, it's more or less a brick now.
  • The mouse advertised as lightweight but is doesn't as there is much more lightweight on the market.
Connection Type
Cord Length
6.6 feet
5.91 feet
What customers say about "Connection"
BenQ ZOWIE FK2 Ambidextrous Gaming Mouse
  • Good non braided, quite flexible cable and slides well.
  • The cable is flexible enough so that the mouse feels wireless when used with a mouse bungee.
  • Cabling is great quality such that there is no tangling.
  • FK2 using unbraided cable which is good and doesn't have annoying scroll wheel led like some other zowie mice.
  • Non braided cable is super light and flexible, so I don't feel this is wired mouse.
Corsair Sabre Optical Gaming Mouse
  • It does seem like corsair made an effort to make the braid quite tight, so for such a cable it's on the flexible side.
  • Cable is reinforced so it will not break very easily.
  • Comfy to use in a palm or claw grip and has a nice long and braided cable. Well built.
  • The mouse sometimes disconnects, especially after rebooting the PC.
  • I don't like that mouse using braided cable as this is not good for flexibility.
Mouse Type
Body Material
Number of Programmable Buttons
Adjustable USB report rate 125/ 500/ 1000 Hz, Ambidextrous Design, No drivers needed, plug and play
Four-zone 16.8 million colour backlighting, Corsair iCUE Software Enabled, 1,000 Hz USB Refresh Rate
What customers say about "Features"
BenQ ZOWIE FK2 Ambidextrous Gaming Mouse
  • No software is needed, which is ideal for LAN environments.
  • No drivers needed and comes without specialised software. I like this simplicity.
  • The surface is polished/shiny compared to regular matte cheap office mice.
  • I love the "plug'n'play" feature of the mouse as they don't bother with downloadable software.
  • The plastic used feels neither particularly premium nor cheap, but isn't commensurate with the price of the mouse.
Corsair Sabre Optical Gaming Mouse
  • Adjustable DPI and a programmable macro buttons with the added bonus of RGB.
  • Fully programmable buttons + RGB lightning with easy to use software.
  • Mouse feels great, I guess the plastic is high quality.
  • Great customisable RGB LED profile, or you can turn them off through software if you like.
  • A simpler more intuitive software would benefit everyone.
Power Source
Warranty / Certifications
Manufacturer Warranty
1 year(s)
1 year(s)
Other Information
49.99 $

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