Razer has introduced a new, minimalistic gaming mouse, dubbed the Abyssus. The Abyssus' feature-set is in stark contrast with the company's recently released 17-button MMO-oriented Naga mouse. Razer's latest rodent focuses on simplicity with its ambidextrous design and three-button configuration, and beefs up features behind the curtain.

Specifications include a 1ms response time, hardware switches for dpi and polling rate that support on-the-fly sensitivity adjustments (450, 1800 or 3500dpi and 125Hz or 1000Hz polling), no drift control, always-on mode, 16-bit data path, 60 to 120 inches per second and 15g of acceleration, scroll wheel with 24 click positions, zero-acoustic Teflon feet, and a seven-foot tangle-free cord with a USB connector. Dimensions in millimeters are 115(L) x 63(W) x 40(H), and I haven't spotted its weight.

You can pre-order the Abyssus on Razer's website for $50, and it should begin shipping tomorrow.