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Thursday, 02 August 2007 12:38

Razer Diamondback gets updated

Written by Slobodan Simic
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Razer 3G Diamondback


Razer has announced a pre-order of their new updated Diamondback gaming mouse, Diamondback 3G. The new Diamondback will feature an updated sensor, and a bit different look.

New sensor pushed Diamondback from old 1600dpi to 1800dpi. As for the look, the new Diamondback will not be as translucent as the previous, older Diamondback. It is more of a mix between old Diamondback's "bling" and Deathadder's slick looking non-slip surface.

As for the other specifications, the new Diamondback, same as the old one gets seven programmable buttons, on-the-fly sensitivity adjustment, Teflon feet, gold plated USB connector with seven-foot cord, and an always on mode.

The new 3G Diamondback costs $49.99 and comes in three colors, just like the old one, but this time colors get different names, Earth Green, Flame Red and Frost Blue.

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