Sunday, August 24th 2008

OCZ Technology Unveils Dominatrix Laser Gaming Mouse

OCZ Technology Group, a worldwide leader in innovative, ultra high performance and high reliability memory and components, today unveiled the latest addition to its peripherals with the Dominatrix, a top-of-the-line laser mouse for PC gamers. The OCZ Dominatrix mouse is built with the hardcore player in mind with a solid design, maximum functionality, and programmable customization unique to each user. The Dominatrix offers a competitive edge with quality ergonomics and advanced features to excel even when immersed in the most challenging gaming environments.

“We continue to rapidly diversify our product range at OCZ in order to offer an end-to-end line of high performance gaming solutions to our customers,” said Ryan Edwards, Director of Product Management. “The new Dominatrix mouse is no exception, offering world-class performance and specifications guaranteed to provide the discerning gamer and enthusiast with an unparalleled tactile control experience.”

Gaming in extremely large resolutions and fast paced battles requires a specialized mouse that is built for comfort and speed, and Dominatrix users can fine-tune the weight and balance of their mouse up to 40 grams for ultimate control. With multiple dpi settings of 2000/1600/800/400, independently adjust both “X & Y” axes for a combined maximum of 3200 dpi for lightning fast responsiveness and fluid gameplay. High speed USB 2.0 delivers a poll rate up to 500Hz and bi-directional connection for breakneck acceleration and control in any first-person shooter.

The Dominatrix features two programmable buttons with three different modes each for game settings and internet navigation to make the mouse your own secret weapon. The included software allows gamers to record, read, and edit unlimited scripts of complex keyboard and mouse commands, while the built-in memory allows you to save your mouse settings onboard, useful when switching computers. Featuring a special 4-way scrolling wheel-tilt button, the Dominatrix allows you to move either side to side or up and down without ever moving the mouse.

The Dominatrix sports a large, ergonomic, and stylish design with a comfortable, no-slip rubber grip. Whether you plug and play or decide to program the software with your unique specifications, the Dominatrix is ready to go right out of the box. Each OCZ Dominatrix mouse is backed by a 3-year warranty and unbeatable technical support so you can always be on top of your game.

For more information on the OCZ Dominatrix Laser Gaming Mouse Series, please visit the product page here.


Source: OCZ Technology
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23 Comments on OCZ Technology Unveils Dominatrix Laser Gaming Mouse

#1
Morgoth
wow looks cool :) i want 1
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#2
TheGuruStud
I think someone over at OCZ just has a fetish...
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#3
Bundy
It looks strangely familiar.
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#4
snuif09
there are like 50 other mouses that look exactly the same BRING SOMETHING NEW
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#5
Morgoth
what do you want? a mouse that looks like a crowbar?
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#6
alexp999
Staff
by: Morgoth
what do you want? a mouse that looks like a crowbar?
lol, now you can play HL2 in style!
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#7
Frederik S
Staff
It is the same mouse as the Roccat Kone mouse. It is most probably a A4Tech mouse in disguise.
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#8
Haytch
I guess theres only so much one can do to the concept of a mouse. Its traditional design is still in use today and unless someone revolutionizes the concept of a mouse, im sure we will be seeing the same looking mouse for many years to come.

Im happy for OCZ and their new Dominatrix Laser Gaming Mouse, and i have hope that this is the beginning of something great, but as it stands a 500Hz responce time is just too slow. The DPI variations and limitations do not meet my requirements and its tracking speed reminds me of a past i dont wish to return too.

Wow a 3 year warrenty, sounds like a rock solid product, especially since no mouse i have ever owned has lasted close to 2 years. The ' Unlimited ' Script Profiling / Grouping is not to be taken lightly for it is one serious feature, impressive to say the least, but i think this is where a 1ms responce time would have been more adequate. Im a big fan of the 4 way scroller, im a big fan of buttons, even if they are in stupid places my fingers will adapt and find their way there during the most intense of battles :)

As for the custom modes, well . . . To be honost i hate the idea of ' randoms ' even if they are your bestest mate touching my mouse, my keyboard, my entire rig. Its like lending your car or your gf to your best mate, when you get it back, its FU*K*D. So i never really liked the idea of having 5 profiles on the Razer Copperhead, and always assumed 2 was more then enough, pretty much untill i started playing First Person Shooters, utilizing different setups for different maps and situations. Now i find myself alternating between profiles ingame all the time and realize that its rather vital to my survival. <--< Wish Razer didnt slap the profile button under the mouse, its the cause of many of my deaths, and i blame RAZER! lol
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#9
tigger
I'm the only one
For all them s+m gaming lovers :p

Nice,does look vaguely logitech though.
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#10
Polarman
by: bundyrum&coke
It looks strangely familiar.
to my MX-518
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#11
OnionMan
by: tigger69
For all them s+m gaming lovers :p
For a limited time they come with a free 'gag ball'.. That'll make Sims 'S&M Edition' that much more realistic..

But really, what kind of name is that? Almost sounds like it should be a Corsair product.. What's next the Nympho Laser Gaming Mouse?
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#12
Whilhelm
I wonder if the cord whips you when you play poorly in a game. :laugh:
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#13
WarEagleAU
Bird of Prey
Who cares if it looks like other mice. I mean really, as its been said you cant really come up with much difference in the mousing world. I think its pretty awesome. My biggest complaint is, there are just too many awesome gaming mice to get. NZXT and now this new OCZ which is alot better than my OCZ Equalizer laptop edition.
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#14
TheGuruStud
by: OnionMan
For a limited time they come with a free 'gag ball'.. That'll make Sims 'S&M Edition' that much more realistic..

But really, what kind of name is that? Almost sounds like it should be a Corsair product.. What's next the Nympho Laser Gaming Mouse?
Hey, don't be hating on nymphos. :D
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#15
Homeless
I usually stick with Razer / Logitech as their offerings are almost always top of the line
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#16
largon
by: tigger69
Nice,does look vaguely logitech though.
Ditto!
It's a pimped MX1000.
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#17
Haytch
by: Homeless
I usually stick with Razer / Logitech as their offerings are almost always top of the line
I ditched Logitech for Roccat, but will always be a fan of the Razer Copperhead. Top of the line, your right. Almost so much so that you have to have smile as you take the advantage ingame.

Anyone know the size of the onboard ram in teh Dominatrix ?
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#18
LonGun
What's the best gaming mouse out there you guys have in common?
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#21
Bundy
by: Easy Rhino
dominatrix ?? :laugh:
:roll: you got it in one!
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#22
OnBoard
by: PP Mguire
More like a G5 rev2.
Not really, have one. Front and back shape of the mouse is different and the colors are reversed. Buttons are different shape, but same amount and positions & functions so yeah, it does look like the postman version Logitech child :)

This will just have same problems as well. 40g extra weight is nice, but I'm using G5 without weights and it's still heavier than my previous one. I want a -40g kit :p Well maybe it's lighter empty and has a better middle button, which would make it better than G5.
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#23
PP Mguire
I personaly like a heavy mouse. Easier to kill in FPS.
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