Wednesday, May 5th 2010

Razer Unveils Abyssus Mirror Special Edition Gaming Mouse

Razer, the world’s leading manufacturer of high-end precision gaming and lifestyle peripherals, is proud to announce the Razer Abyssus Mirror Special Edition gaming mouse. Combining a sleek and simple design with a high performance 3.5G 3500 dpi infrared sensor, the Razer Abyssus Mirror Special Edition features a special edition black chrome mirror finish while maintaining all of the key features of the original Razer Abyssus.

"The black chrome mirror finish of the Razer Abyssus Mirror Special Edition adds a certain stylistic sensibility to the desktop,” said Robert “Razerguy” Krakoff, president, Razer USA. “The Razer Abyssus Mirror is designed for gamers that prefer a slick glossy aesthetic finish. It also serves as the ideal complement to other reflective peripherals, such as the Razer Lycosa Mirror Special Edition keyboard.”

About the Razer Abyssus Mirror Special Edition
The Razer Abyssus Mirror Special Edition was created specifically for gamers that demand the utmost in form and functionality, as well as reliability under the most intense gameplay conditions. The Razer Abyssus Mirror features a glossy finish and is equipped with two large buttons tuned for maximum tactile feedback, as well as Razer’s signature Hyperesponse technology. Underneath, Razer has placed two easily accessible mechanical switches—one on-the-fly dpi switch giving the user their choice of 450, 1800, or 3500dpi and one polling rate switch allowing instant adjustment from a standard 125hz to 1000hz Ultrapolling.

Razer Abyssus Mirror Special Edition
COST: US $49.99, Europe €39.99

AVAILABILITY:
Razerzone.com – Available Now
Worldwide—Available Soon

Product Features:
  • High gloss mirror finish
  • 3500dpi Razer Precision 3.5G infrared sensor
  • 1000Hz Ultrapolling / 1ms response time
  • Mechanical dpi/polling rate switches
  • On-The-Fly Sensitivity adjustment
  • Always-On mode
  • Ultra-large buttons
  • 16-bit ultra-wide data path
  • 60-120 inches per second and 15g of acceleration
  • Three independently programmable Hyperesponse buttons
  • Ambidextrous design
  • Scroll wheel with 24 individual click positions
  • Zero-acoustic Ultraslick Teflon feet
  • Seven-foot, lightweight, non-tangle cord
  • Approx. size in mm 115(L) x 63(W) x 40(H)
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19 Comments on Razer Unveils Abyssus Mirror Special Edition Gaming Mouse

#1
Fourstaff
Hello! My name is fingerprints! Nice to meet you!
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#2
NdMk2o1o
Would of been nice to get some real pictures of it instead of CGI :rolleyes:
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#3
FreedomEclipse
Crazy Dogmatic Bullsh!t!
no extra buttons on the side, No on-the-fly DPI switching. & the front of the mouse looks a little like a Roccat mouse

this is a 'gaming' mouse but probably more suited to MMO-RPGs & stratagy games like supreme commander n such.

I class this as a 'not quite gaming' mouse. side buttons come in handy for going back n forth through webpages or windows itself & Ive had side buttons on my mice for too long to go backwards
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#4
DriedFrogPills
what i want to know is why wasn't this one named after a snake like most of their mice
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#5
FreedomEclipse
Crazy Dogmatic Bullsh!t!
by: FreedomEclipse
no extra buttons on the side, No on-the-fly DPI switching. & the front of the mouse looks a little like a Roccat mouse

this is a 'gaming' mouse but probably more suited to MMO-RPGs & stratagy games like supreme commander n such.

I class this as a 'not quite gaming' mouse. side buttons come in handy for going back n forth through webpages or windows itself & Ive had side buttons on my mice for too long to go backwards
to quote myself
Underneath, Razer has placed two easily accessible mechanical switches—one on-the-fly dpi switch giving the user their choice of 450, 1800, or 3500dpi and one polling rate switch allowing instant adjustment from a standard 125hz to 1000hz Ultrapolling.
I am wrong about on the fly DPI switching but WTF they put the switch UNDERNEATH the mouse???? so you NEED to physically lift the mouse up & flick a switch/push a button to switch DPI. not what i would call on the fly & IMHO thats even worse then a mouse that has no onthefly switching at all. you need 2 hands to operate this mouse to its full potential. not just one.
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#6
jpierce55
I have an Abyssus and like it, it is a very comfortable feeling mouse..... I don't like buttons on the side because I am prone to accidentally hitting them, a recent habit I developed and the reason I chose that mouse.
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#7
PP Mguire
by: FreedomEclipse
no extra buttons on the side, No on-the-fly DPI switching. & the front of the mouse looks a little like a Roccat mouse

this is a 'gaming' mouse but probably more suited to MMO-RPGs & stratagy games like supreme commander n such.

I class this as a 'not quite gaming' mouse. side buttons come in handy for going back n forth through webpages or windows itself & Ive had side buttons on my mice for too long to go backwards
More like melee and grenade buttons for me, but that was the first thing i thought of too. No on top DPI buttons and no side buttons.....FAIL.
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#8
Bjorn_Of_Iceland
These mirror ed razers are grippy when dry.. and a bit uncomfortable and slippery when things begin to sweat.
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#9
caleb
Side buttons own in web browsing. I use them for forward/back buttons while I do my stuff with the other hand :P
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#10
NdMk2o1o
by: caleb
Side buttons own in web browsing. I use them for forward/back buttons while I do my stuff with the other hand :P
LMAO not even asking what that other hand is doing while your switching back and forth!! :roll:
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#11
lemode
After using the Lycosa for a day or two, that keyboard was dirty and smudgy as could be. These ‘Mirror’ products are a nightmare for someone with OCD!
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#12
Black Haru
by: lemode
After using the Lycosa for a day or two, that keyboard was dirty and smudgy as could be. These ‘Mirror’ products are a nightmare for someone with OCD!
I would have to agree.

I love Razer, but "mirror edition" is a lousy excuse for a new product. I'd like to see some "new" stuff.
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#13
lemode
by: Black Haru
I would have to agree.

I love Razer, but "mirror edition" is a lousy excuse for a new product. I'd like to see some "new" stuff.
The Deathadder was the first Great Razer product (IMO) then the Naga came out. I don’t really want anything else to blow my mind from Razer! I already have 2 mice and a keyboard don’t need anything else!
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#14
BababooeyHTJ
by: PP Mguire
More like melee and grenade buttons for me, but that was the first thing i thought of too. No on top DPI buttons and no side buttons.....FAIL.
:laugh: That is exactly what I use the side buttons on my mice in fps games for.
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#15
Animalpak
The best mouse from Razer is still the Mamba, and will remain. I have one and i am veeeery happy expensive but is worth all the money.
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#16
Bjorn_Of_Iceland
DeathAdder, Mamba, and those similar ergo.. they have the best fit and feel. Ima guessing why the stopped the rubberized finish because of the layer rubbing off overtime (my lycosa's fps buttons). Imo, the rubberized finish is more superb.
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#17
PP Mguire
by: lemode
After using the Lycosa for a day or two, that keyboard was dirty and smudgy as could be. These ‘Mirror’ products are a nightmare for someone with OCD!
If your OCD like me, then you have no problem cleaning your keyboard to make it all shiny again.
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#18
Meizuman
We are the Abyssus, we are called scratch and fingerprint!
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#19
WarEagleAU
Bird of Prey
"Oh da purdiness....damn it, grease!" Ha ha, looks good though.
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