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Wednesday, 05 May 2010 14:46

Razer shows its Abyssus Mirror mouse

Written by Slobodan Simic

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Ships in mid May

Razer has unveiled yet another addition to its ambidextrous line of gaming rodents, the Abyssus Mirror Special Edition.

The new Abyssus is quite similar to the original released back in November, but it features a black chrome mirror finish instead of the original matte black coating seen on the original Abyssus.

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Since this is a same mouse, it still features a 3500dpi Precision 3.5G infrared sensor, three programmable Hyperesponse buttons, scroll wheel with 24 individual positions, 1000Hz Ultrapooling and 1ms response time, Zero-acoustic Ultraslick Teflon feet and 2.1m of lightweight, non-tangle cord.

The original Abyssus was Razer's way of going back to the basics, and after the Naga and the Mamba it was nice addition, especially if you take the €39.99/US $39.99 price tag into account.

You can pre-order yours here.

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