Microsoft and Razer get together, make Habu
Subject: General Tech | November 21, 2006 - 05:06 PM | Jeremy Hellstrom
Microsoft has been making mice for a while, but they do not tend to aim for gamers. This changes with Habu, a mouse designed by both Microsoft and Razer. As you might expect, 2000DPI and on the fly sensitivity change is included, but the LEDs are a nice touch. You can read more about this collaboration at I4U.
"First gaming mouse jointly developed my Microsoft and Razer. The fact that Habu is a wired mouse, makes it great
for gamers. Yes, the wire will limit the movement up to certain degree but the benefits for having the wire
outweighs that con. For example a term like Always-On Mode cuts the latency practically to zero. Imagine what
this would do to the operating times with a wireless mouse."
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