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Wednesday, 05 March 2008 20:12

Razer´s new viper is mainstream

Written by Slobodan Simic
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Salmosa targets RTS players

 


Razer´s new mouse - the Salmosa - which, by the way, is a another snake, will actually be an entry level mouse, mostly aimed at RTS players. Don´t get us wrong, we are not talking about low DPI or low response time, as the Salmosa will actually be an entry level mouse with great performance.

It will use Razer´s Precision 3G infrared sensor with up to 1800 DPI and it has mechanical dpi/pooling rate switches on the bottom of the mouse. As for now, the final coating on the mouse is not yet finished, so no one knows if it will it be glossy or matte, but that is just plain esthetics.

According to Razer, this will be the lightest mouse that they have ever made and it will weigh in at around 70g. Other features inclde teflon feet, 16-bit data path, and much more. The new mouse should be available sometime in August, but early reviews should be up in July. The main advantage is the price and the Salmosa should sell for around €29.99 in Europe and $39.99 in the U.S.

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