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Great build quality.
Basic & Simple Operation.
Great for small hands.
Great tracking for the price.
Flawless tracking on decent mouse pads.
Users with big hands might have issues.
Might Be Too Simple for Advanced Gamers.
No Extra Buttons.
Not the most comfortable design.
Not really all that cheap.
Packaging wastes too much material.
By CNET Australia on October 13, 2011
It may be a simple mouse, but if you can't afford the higher-end gaming mice, the Abyssus is a plucky little...
By Expert Reviews on December 28, 2010
The Abyssus is a great value gaming mouse with a lightweight design, but it lacks a couple of important features....
By Tech2 on November 09, 2010
Now comes the most important section which separates the men from the boys and that is…PerformanceWhat better way to check the Abyssus’s performance than to boot up a variety of games that have a good mix of gameplay elements which require...
By PCWorld New Zealand on September 27, 2010
There are pretty much only two things that I demand from my PC mouse as a gamer, as far as physical features go at least, and those are side-mounted thumb-buttons and “on-the-fly” sensitivity adjustment. I mention these straight off the bat...
By PCWorld India on September 23, 2010
The Razer Abyssus is a basic-but-powerful gaming mouse with a penchant for performance....
By techPowerUp! on July 29, 2010
The Razer Abyssus is an interesting attempt at making a budget gaming mouse with an ambidextrous design. Sensor wise the mouse is very well equipped and the 3500 DPI infrared sensor performs flawlessly on most of the gaming surfaces around except for...
By DigitalVersus on March 22, 2010
Flip it over No need for a driver: turn the Abyssus over, and you can use two sliders to adjust the polling rate and resolution on the fly.It's quick and easy and requires no technical knowledge, or patience for that matter. The problem is the range...
By InsideHW on March 21, 2010
eing its price on the market of about 50€. Although revolutionary in every sense of the word, it’s truly too expensive and that amount of money can be put to much better use by investing in a better mouse and putting it on a more accessible mouse pad,...
By Hi Tech Legion on March 17, 2010
Overall, I was really impressed with the Abyssus. Honestly, it was an upgrade from my previous mice. One was the Intellimouse and the other an old Fatality gaming mouse (bought on Best Buy gift cards, so don't shame me). One of the biggest hassles...
By HEXUS.net on March 16, 2010
This mouse would make a great addition to your gaming PC. Around the £30 mark, it’s not too expensive for a mouse with a 3500DPI sensor and adjustable settings. It’s also a very easy and comfortable to use. I could happily use it all...
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