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Tt eSports Announces the Azurues Precision Gaming Mouse

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  1. btarunr

    btarunr Editor & Senior Moderator Staff Member

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    Tt eSPORTS, the world’s leading professional gaming gear division by Thermaltake, is proud to announce AZURUES, the newest optical gaming mouse. Its concept is simple and its focus is to help players beat out their opponents.

    The Azurues is a sure hit. It has the option of switching between three different DPIs, 1600/800/400 providing superb gaming movement. It is the most ideal weapon for First-person shooting games. The specially designed Teflon feet on the bottom of the mouse maximize the movement activities. It is rubber coated to allow for easier hand grip control. The removable weights underneath the mouse add that extra touch that lets users customize the weight of their own mouse. All in all, the Azurues is the perfect choice for anyone looking for a no frills mouse that’s aimed to make any gamer come out on top.

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    Features
    • Powerful 1600 dpi optical engine provides superb accuracy and precision
    • Adjustable dip(400/800/1600); ideal weaponry for any FPS gamers
    • Weight-in design to let gamers adjusting the mouse weight for perfect handing
    • Pause-break lighting system to engage for gaming atmosphere
    For more information, visit the product page.
     
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    looks terrible
     
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    I think someone needs to tell thermaltake that just because they can make a gaming mouse, it doesn't mean they should make a gaming mouse. As far as I can tell, there's nothing that really separates it from a lot of other gaming mice that already exist, though at least being symmetrical it might make the lefties happy.

    Looking at their "Tt e-sports" site, they seem to be trying far, far too hard to look like Razer (but red).
     
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    I think 1600dpi is too low. And the lack of side buttons and things to differentiate it from others makes this a hard sell.
     
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    its cheap and has weights. thats a good point
     
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    +1 TT has the most screwed up marketing/design/manufacture departments. They suffer from dellusions of adequacy. On top of that, they're schizophrenic.
     
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    azureus ? azurues ? china fail
     
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    I like the simplicity of it.
     
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    Dendrobates Azureus - highly poisonous frog livin somewhere in rainforests..

    Probably trying to imitate Razer with their animal names.

    Though, more known is Azureus, now Vuze - BitTorrent client. :D
     
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    Umm this one is Azurues though. :rolleyes:
     
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    Ah, good point. Victim of poor asian spelling. :D
     

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