Razer has introduced a new gaming mouse, the Abyssus V2, with the philosophy ‘less is more’ – in other words, the device features what the peripheral maker thinks are the most important functions for event-amount gaming in a uncomplicated deal that won’t break the bank.

So you get a five,000 DPI optical sensor (with no interpolation used), and a focused button to cycle the DPI for when you will need to modify sensitivity on-the-fly.

Many thanks to the full ‘less is more’ approach, this just isn’t a device bristling with buttons, and instead you just get 4 in full – the normal two mouse buttons moreover a clickable scroll wheel, and the aforementioned DPI button.

Ambidextrous affair

The Abyssus is also developed with an ambidextrous variety element, so regardless of whether you might be still left- or ideal-handed, and whatever type of grip you like, Razer suggests that this mouse’s form will healthy the monthly bill. And the rubber content on the sides of the peripheral makes certain you won’t get rid of your grip in the midst of a sweaty deathmatch session.

Razer has also extra 3 coloration backlighting on the scroll wheel and brand, which could or could not be to your tastes. The mouse weighs 80g (not including the excess weight of the cable) and is four.six-inches very long by two.five-inches extensive.

It is offered for pre-buy now priced at $fifty (£50 in the United kingdom), with delivery set to kick off this Friday.

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