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Razer Abyssus Gaming Mouse Review

Posted on Monday, December 28 2009 @ 17:35:05 CET by


For a while now we've been seeing mice with a horde of buttons and programming interfaces to program that flock of buttons hanging all over the mouse. We've been wanting to see a regular 3 button mouse with enough high tech to make it deadly accurate, a nice infrared sensor capable of picking up swift movement, high to mid-range adjustable DPI and with adjustments that can be made without going back into the operating system to make changes.

We get a lot of feedback on products we've reviewed and one of the top responses we get is on gaming mice. A lot of people tell us they want just 3 buttons on a high tech mouse, or they tell us they have a 9 button mouse and only use 3 buttons. They still want the high tech bells and whistles, precision control, and above all else they want it from a major player in the gaming field at a reasonable price. Apparently Razer has been hearing the same things we've been hearing because we received a Razer Abyssus mouse with those features and a lot more.




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