Razer intros Abyssus Mirror Special Edition

By on May 4, 2010, 4:56 PM
Razer, maker of fiercely named peripherals, has announced a revamped model of its minimalistic Abyssus gaming mouse, the Abyssus Mirror Special Edition. While most of the device's core features haven't been touched, its body is now coated in a black chrome mirror finish, which just so happens to match the Lycosa Mirror Special Edition keyboard, in case you're in the market.

As noted, the general feature-set is as it was last November when the Abyssus launched. The SE has the same ambidextrous design, 3500dpi, 1ms response time, mechanical dpi and polling rate switches, on-the-fly sensitivity adjustment, a 16-bit data path, 15g of acceleration, three independently programmable buttons, and a scroll wheel with 24 individual click positions.

The newly polished Abyssus is available for preorder now through Razer for the same price as the original model: 39.99 or $49.99.

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Guest said:

Why mirror? The thing I like about razer mice is matte finish for better grip. If they want to special edition I'd prefer them to add some special graphics, upgraded hardware, design etc...anything but a mirror finish!! lol.

LGraves said:

Yeah really, a mirror finish is kind of weird for a mouse. Looks too small for my hand anyway.

Guest said:

I've had a Razer Copperhead on a Razer exactMat for years and I love it. Thinking about upgrading to this one now though. Reviews were very positive for the earlier version.

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