The Savu itself doesn’t look that much different from previous Roccat offerings. It has the usual soft plastic coating for the buttons and main body, with no break between them. The sides however feature a different plastic texture, with a mottled surface that’s designed to prevent sweat issues.
The side buttons are only found on the left hand side and are made with a glossy plastic.
The right hand side, next to the indented Roccat logo, has a small section of soft plastic segmented from the main body. My hands are small, so I barely reach this, but I’d assume it’s for your ring finger to have something comfortable to rest on.
At the back there’s clear section of plastic that lights up when the mouse is turned on, while at the front there’s just the traditional rubber coated scroll wheel. It also only clicks straight down, no side jog.
The cable is a high quality braid, with a standard nickel header.
The underside features only two teflon pads, but they’re large enough to cover the front and rear of the rodent.