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Wednesday, 25 November 2009 14:27

Razer shows off Imperator mouse

Written by Slobodan Simic

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Ultimate ergonomics and control

Razer has unveiled a new rodent for this holiday shopping season, the Imperator. Unlike most Razer mice, this one is all about ergonomics and control rather then performance or the number of buttons, and honestly, we like this way of thinking. It's quite easy to slap in high performance laser sensor, but to make a mouse as comfortable as it can be is a completely different story.

If Razer's claims are true, The Imperator combines the best from both worlds, as it is equipped with Razer's Precision 3.5G laser sensor with 5600dpi, seven Hyperesponse buttons, Razer Synapse On-board memory, Zero-acoustic Ultraslick Teflon feet, all combined with an ergonomic right-hand design.

According to what can be see at this Youtube trailer, the new Imperator should be comfortable for both those that are using their favourite gaming rodent with palm grip as well as those that are more comfortable with, so called, fingertip gaming grip. The one feature that is quite new is the adjustable positioning of side buttons that can slide forward and backward depending on your need.

The Imperator looks a bit larger than your regular Razer mouse, but the ergonomic and general comfort should be great. The new mouse is already available in the US of A, and can be bought directly from Razer for US $79.99.

This time, even Europe is lucky, as it is available there as well with a price tag of €69.99.

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