Thursday, May 1st 2014

Razer Taipan Gaming Mouse Launches in White

Razer, the world leader in entertainment devices and software, today announced its award-winning Razer Taipan gaming mouse will be available in a glossy white finish. The flagship ambidextrous mouse also features bright white lighting on the scroll wheel and logo. It is fully PC and Mac compatible via Synapse, Razer's online configurator software.
The Taipan White is the second Razer peripheral to receive an all-white color treatment. Razer recently announced a white version of its popular Razer Kraken Pro gaming headset.

About the Razer Taipan Gaming Mouse:
With a cutting-edge 8200 dpi 4G laser sensor, the Razer Taipan can accurately calibrate to any surface for exceptional pinpoint tracking. Whether you are a right-hander or a south-paw, palm or fingertip-grip user, with the Razer Taipan's improved ambidextrous ergonomics, expect maximum comfort and reduced fatigue over long periods of gaming. Fight longer as your foes rage-quit in exhaustion.

Price: USD79.99 / €79.99

Availability: - Available Now
Worldwide - May 2014

Product features:
Ambidextrous form factor
8200dpi 4G laser sensor
Razer Synapse enabled
Nine (9) programmable Hyperesponse buttons
1000 Hz Ultrapolling
Up to 200 in. per sec./50g acceleration
2.1m/7ft. braided fiber cable
Approximate Size : 124 mm/4.88" (length) x 63 mm/2.48" (width) x 36 mm/1.42" (height)
Approximate Weight: 95g/0.21lb
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5 Comments on Razer Taipan Gaming Mouse Launches in White

Looks silver to me.
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natr0n said:
Looks silver to me.
It's really white, it's cause of the glare and photoshop it looks silver.
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looks pretty nice and simple, when the other using many buttons and weird design
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That white will soon became grayish because of sweat and dirt...
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Prima.Vera said:
That white will soon became grayish because of sweat and dirt...
exactly...thus this mouse is for display only in order to make sure it will be forever nice looking
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