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Tuesday, 24 March 2009 12:30

OCZ officially launches two new rodents

Written by Slobodan Simic

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The Eclipse and Behemoth

OCZ has officially announced two new gaming mice, the Eclipse and the Behemoth.

Both of them feature a 2-way scrolling wheel, Double Laser Engine, ergonomic design, LED lights for DPI settings and most importantly a two year warranty. Both will also have a standard layout with five buttons and a black rubberized coating.

The smaller Eclipse features a maximum DPI setting of 2400 and an adjustable weight system. The Behemoth looks, as it name suggests, quite big and it comes with a maximum DPI setting of 3200.

As mentioned, both come with a two-year warranty, while the price and the availability date haven't been announced yet.

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OCZ Eclipse

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OCZ Eclipse

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OCZ Behemoth
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