First unveiled at CES earlier this year, OCZ is once again touting their forthcoming Behemoth and Eclipse mice for the gaming market - yet it still isn't sharing any info on price or availability dates. Both products can be customized by users with up to four programmable profiles and five removable metal weights offer the ability to fine-tune the optimal balance between control and feel.
The Eclipse has a compact form factor and a maximum DPI setting of 2400 while the Behemoth looks, as its name suggests, quite big and comes with a maximum DPI setting of 3200. These specialized gaming-grade mice, which OCZ claims are the pinnacle of bang for the buck, feature a double laser engine that offers accurate motion reporting up to 60 inches per second and can also be configured with DPI settings as low as 100. Both will have a standard layout with five buttons, 2-way scroll wheel and a black rubberized coating.