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OCZ Eclipse and Behemoth laser mice outed

Posted on Tuesday, March 24 2009 @ 15:32:23 CET by


OCZ has released two new rodents today; the Eclipse and Behemoth. Both are relatively affordable double laser engine based mice designed for gamers, with an adjustable weight system and onboard memory to store different profiles.
The Eclipse features a time-honored compact style, complete with a no-slip rubber coating for hours of intensive sessions. The specialized gaming-grade double laser engine offers motion reporting up to 60 inches per second, and accelerations covering the demands for various applications in either low 100 DPI or ultra-fast 2,400 DPI settings. Change the speed anytime during combat with the DPI toggle switch, and the LED status indicator gives on-the-fly sensitivity adjustment to match mouse speed to your game environment.

The Behemoth sports a large, ergonomic, and sturdy design with a comfortable no-slip rubber grip, ideal for users that prefer a more sizeable mouse. The OCZ Behemoth’s similar gaming-grade double laser engine provides uncompromising high-precision and ultra-fast tracking power up to 60 inches per second, and accelerations in either low 100 DPI up to turbo-charged 3200 DPI settings. Get blazing speed and instant acceleration up to 1,000 reports/second and bidirectional connection.



 



 

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