The mouse features Razer's 5600dpi 3.5g sensor, which is the same technology found in the company's upper-scale products, such as the Mamba we recently reviewed. It's also described as "ergonomic," although that's not the first word that comes to mind when we look at the picture below.
The keyboard's highlights include a set of programmable keys, macro recording capabilities, and a detachable keypad, as seen on competing products like the Microsoft SideWinder X6. There's also talk of a "high precision mouse mat," to complete the set.
Razer's Tron product line will range in price from $79 to $139, while products from other manufacturers include iPod docks, iPhone cases, ear buds, as well as gaming controllers for the Xbox 360, PlayStation 3, and Wii.
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