Fast-paced and action-packed games on consoles irrefutably give players an adrenaline rush. For all those gamers who enjoy playing games on their computers as well, here arrives something to perk up. Razer has just modified its Lachesis gaming mouse with a new 5600dpi Razer Precision 3.5G laser sensor.
With this newly revamped model, users can utilize this high-precision mouse with a customizable multi-color LED lighting system for an enhanced gaming experience. The original form, comfort, and price of the Lachesis are maintained while its power, performance, and precision are upgraded for an efficient effect.
“The all new Razer Lachesis is about giving gamers more personal choice and customizable options. With a multi-color LED for customizable color and a built-in variable dpi, the Razer Lachesis gives gamers everything they need for this three-year fan favorite,” commented Robert ‘Razerguy’ Krakoff, President, Razer USA.
The stylish LED lights on the mouse visualize the game by displaying lights from a range of 16 million colors. Gamers can now truly personalize their gaming rodent by customizing colors individually for an exceptional glow of the illuminated areas.
The true dpi setting can be adjusted by players in increments of 125dpi. This upscaled version comes with 60KB Razer Synapse onboard memory and nine separately programmable Hyperesponse button. Players can thoroughly enjoy games with the Lachesis’ 1ms response time. With tracking up to 200 inches per second, the updated offering stands out when compared to others in the market.
The scroll wheel of the mouse has 24 individual click positions while its lightweight, non-tangle cord is seven-foot long for additional convenience. Other highlighting features include gold-plated USB connector, zero-acoustic Ultraslick Teflon feet, and On-The-Fly Sensitivity adjustment.
Gamers in the U.S. can snap up this Razer Lachesis Gaming Mouse for $79.99 from the company’s official website. For users across the world, it is anticipated to start shipping in the third quarter of 2010.