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OCZ Technology Introduces Two New Gaming Mice to their Lineup of Peripherals

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  1. alexp999

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    OCZ Technology Group, a worldwide leader in innovative, ultra high performance and high reliability memory and components, today unveiled two new mice ideal for users seeking an inexpensive gaming solution. Featuring a solid design, maximum functionality, and programmable customization unique to each user, the Behemoth and Eclipse are built with the hardcore gamer in mind. Both mice offer a competitive edge with quality ergonomics and advanced features designed for both gaming and productivity applications.

    “OCZ continues to break barriers in the cost for performance arena by offering high performance gaming products that deliver exceptional features, ergonomics, and performance at an aggressive price,” commented Ryan Edwards, Director of Product Management for OCZ. “The new Behemoth and Eclipse gaming mice are no exception, offering world-class performance designed to provide the discerning gamer and enthusiast with a superior hands-on control experience whether playing first person shooters or getting creative with design applications.”

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    Gaming in high resolutions and fast-paced scenarios requires a specialized mouse that is built with both comfort and speed in mind. Both the Behemoth and Eclipse offer the ability to fine-tune the optimal balance of the mouse for superior control and feel with the included weight cartridges. Each mouse supports data-upload to the on-board memory, providing instantaneous “plug and play” settings, without the need for additional software to unlock the advanced functions. Additionally, real-time shifting between four configurable personal profiles makes the mice perfect for both working and gaming.


    The Eclipse features a time-honored compact style, complete with a no-slip rubber coating for hours of intensive sessions. The specialized gaming-grade double laser engine offers motion reporting up to 60 inches per second, and accelerations covering the demands for various applications in either low 100 DPI or ultra-fast 2,400 DPI settings. Change the speed anytime during combat with the DPI toggle switch, and the LED status indicator gives on-the-fly sensitivity adjustment to match mouse speed to your game environment.
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    The Behemoth sports a large, ergonomic, and sturdy design with a comfortable no-slip rubber grip, ideal for users that prefer a more sizeable mouse. The OCZ Behmoth’s similar gaming-grade double laser engine provides uncompromising high-precision and ultra-fast tracking power up to 60 inches per second, and accelerations in either low 100 DPI up to turbo-charged 3200 DPI settings. Get blazing speed and instant acceleration up to 1,000 reports/second and bidirectional connection.
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    Designed for high-quality performance without the high price, the OCZ Behemoth and Eclipse gaming mice are the pinnacle of “bang for you buck” with unique customization options, switchable profiles, and unsurpassed style and ergonomics.

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

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

    Source: OCZ Technology
     
  2. kyle2020 Guest

    not too keen on the weight placement - seems like a sweat and dirt / crumb trap haha.

    Very nice otherwise.
     
  3. WarEagleAU

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    Very nice, I have the laptop (stupid wrong click to buy on newegg) equalizer and I love it. Id definitely pick up one of these no problems.
     
  4. Salsoolo New Member

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    ugly!
    leave the job for razer and logitech plz!
     
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    Raptor M3 Platinum gaming mouse anyone??? [​IMG]

    The second mouse isnt 'new' its a 're-badge' I doubt OCZ will bring in any new features with this mouse that the Raptor M3 hasnt already got.

    There should be a legislation passed that calling a rebaged product 'new' be illegal. Primarily on the grounds of false advertising. - because companies LOVE to call rebaged products 'New' when they are clearly not - Dont believe me? go ask the re-badge king Mr. Nvidia

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    The original equalizer was a rebadged a4tech x750 iirc
     
  7. Haytch

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    Rebadg'n mice ?
    That's it, im slapping a Ferrari badge on the Datsun inhopes to sell it to someone stupid. Obviously marketing in this day and age thinks it works.
     
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    i still like my ghost mouse , better than this crap
     
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    Gaming mice all over the place :laugh: With this competition it´s pretty clear why Logitech could afford to delay their new mouse for 1.. no 2 months, or even more.
     
  10. r9

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    I don`t like it.
     

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