OCZ introduces Dominatrix mouse

By Justin Mann on August 21, 2008, 4:29 PM
OCZ is introducing a new piece of hardware aimed at gamers, a mouse they are calling the Dominatrix. While sometimes I question the naming convention that hardware vendors use, OCZ's new mouse certainly looks nice on paper with an awful lot of customization. The mouse features dpi settings of up to 2000, which can be controlled individually for each axis all the way down to 400.


It supports a high poll rate, helpful for those who want ultra-sensitive control, and has adjustable weight as well. Like many high-end mice, it also supports software profiles to configure it for different applications at different times. You can read more about the OCZ Dominatrix in the press release.

Just as important as having a system fast enough for smooth play is important to gamers, so is having input devices that are snappy and responsive. The mouse is the one most often targeted for improvement, as a lot of stock mice won't have the tracking capabilities people want for games.




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techguy339 said:
It looks an aweful lot like the G7 to me... copied design even the DPI settings are similar. But I guess when you find something that works, its hard to not want to have something similar.
bman2883 said:
its a re-badged cyber snipa stinger, even the crosshair is the same....[url]http://www.cybersnipa.com/us/products/stinger-g
ming-mouse.php[/url]
9Nails said:
I'm curious what relationship exists between OCZ and Cybersnipa. I haven't heard of the latter, but this mouse looks excellent. I just might replace my G5.
E-Byrne said:
Yeah, the name is a little funky but apparently with Madonna's new Sticky and Sweet tour the high school dominatrix image is all the rage. See [url]http://www.geocities.com/highschooldominatrix[/url] .Other than the name though the product looks good. I can't wait to try it out.
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