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Razer Brings Lachesis - New Lethal Weapon

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  1. malware New Member

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    In response to the Microsoft SideWinder project, Razer announced today the Razer Lachesis high-precision 3G laser gaming mouse at Games Convention in Leipzig, Germany. Utilizing the brand new Razer 3G Laser Sensor, the Razer Lachesis is the pinnacle achievement in gaming mice. The new Razer 3G Laser Sensor brings the first ever true 4000DPI laser mouse, which enables movement speeds of 5 times that of a standard 800dpi optical sensor, or up to 25g acceleration. The Razer Lachesis also allows programming of nine Hyperesponse button functions. Other features include 32KB Razer Synapse onboard memory, 1000Hz Ultrapolling/1ms response time, On-The-Fly Sensitivity adjustment, variable true dpi setting adjustments in increments of 125dpi, Zero-acoustic Ultraslick Teflon feet, Gold-plated USB connector and many more. The Razer Lachesis gaming mouse is available for preorder now with a MSRP price of $79.99 directly from Razer.

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    I have never dreamed for something like this one! This makes my Copperhead look weak...really a big fan of Razer!!!
    That's going to be my next mouse for sure.
     
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    Its just like the copperhead but features an Manta design....
     
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    The design looks like a deathadder / boomslang hybrid. Nice to see that Razer has made a laser sensor that still functions at acceleration.
     
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    Yay for competition :laugh::laugh: Microsoft's probably hitting their heads on the wall with this announcement :banghead::banghead:

    I personally don't like these kind of mouses though its very bulky from when i actually held one in a store and its not very sexy like some logitech mice. wanna know of a sexy mouse? try the Logitech VX Revolution (not the MX the MX is way to big imo):respect::respect::respect:
     
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    I didnt really like the deathadder all too much so I went back to the copperhead,this one looks a lot like the boomslang, its either this or the new diamond back:/
     
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    They never change their design really.

    Also, whats weird is, they collaborate with MS on a gaming mouse, and now compete. WTF?
     
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    Just give me some curves on this mouse and I will be happy lol:roll::roll:
     
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    just make this mouse as low as the copperhead and Ill buy it....and make it feel like it too......or just remake the copperhead
     
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    wait, does that have 2 buttons on the right AND left side? Or is that just a flip-flopped image?
     
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    Every new Razer mouse has these buttons. The right side buttons are commonly used to change the DPI settings on the fly, or change the mouse profiles.
     
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    4000dpi like wtf.2000dpi is waaaay too fast so how is that gonna be any use?
     
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    I know, thats what Im wondering ...that and how it's suppose to feel
     
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    Like we get used to 2000DPI we can get used to 4000DPI.......
     
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    ROFL :roll::roll::roll: True to that true to that But wtf youl barely have to move the mouse now lol wtf WHERES THE FUN in that:shadedshu LOL GET IT Wheres THE FUN
     
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    you don't have to move the mouse to be "accurately" fun. :D
     
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    Hey that thing looks poisonous.:laugh: My labtec "OPTICAL MOUSE 800" is afraid of it. Oh yeah, I dig it.
     
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    It looks like a copperhead mixed in with a deathadder. Kinda cool though.
     

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