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Thursday, 05 August 2010 09:43

Razer updates its Lachesis mouse

Written by Slobodan Simic
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Gives it 5600 dpi laser sensor

In order to keep its Lachesis rodent alive, Razer has updated its hardware with new and improved sensor as well as the customizable multi-color LED lightning system. The Lachesis mouse still features the old, sleek and ambidextrous design.

The new Lachesis features Razer's 5600dpi Precision 3.5G laser sensor and now has a new multi-color LED lightning system, which means that it can be set to any color that you might want. It still features nine programmable Hypersponse buttons, 60KB of on-board memory for profiles, 1ms response time, Ultraslick Teflon feet and gold-plated USB connector.

The new, updated, Lachesis should be available pretty soon with a price tag set at €69.99 in Europe and US $79.99 in the USA.

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Slobodan Simic

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+1 #1 Haberlandt 2010-08-05 17:58
5600dpi...
 
 
0 #2 siluro 2010-08-06 04:36
Too bad it's the Phillips Twin Eye, stay away from this if you want something that tracks properly.
 
 
+1 #3 unknown555525 2010-08-06 06:56
Been gaming on a "Microsoft wheel mouse optical" that I got for $9.99 6 years ago. I still dominate pretty much every match I'm in in FPS's. It's 800dpi... But these new kiddies don't seem to understand that high DPI is actually worse for accuracy.
 

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