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Razer gets back to basics with $50 Abyssus gaming mouse

Darren Murph
November 11, 2009
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Razer's been on somewhat of a tear here lately with new input peripherals, and while most of the new stuff has been somewhat radical (or extremely radical, in some cases), the outfit is taking a step back with the Abyssus. The ambidextrous wired gaming mouse is just about the most vanilla product Razer has ever slapped its name on, but that's not to say it's unviable. In fact, many may appreciate the normalcy in design coupled with the 3.5G 3500dpi infrared sensor and on-the-fly sensitivity switching. It's available now in the outfit's webstore for $49.99 (or €39.99 in Europe), while the rest of the globe should see it emerge next month.

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