Put a Kaiburr crystal in your mouse and the Force will be with you
Subject: General Tech | December 15, 2011 - 02:34 PM | Jeremy Hellstrom
Tagged: input, gaming mouse, SWTOR, gaming headset, razer
We saw a BF3 branded gaming peripheral kit not long after the arrival of the game and you can get your hands on a Diablo 3 branded kit already, even though we are still awaiting the release of that game. Now Razer offers some love to fans of Star Wars: The Old Republic with a new mousepad, mouse and headset kit all bearing a familiar logo. The mouse is based on the Naga and has a 5600dpi sensor, 17 programmable buttons and both wired and wireless capabilities. Most important the LEDs can switch between red or blue (well, 16 million colours total) as well as changing the logo to properly advertise the side you have chosen. The headset uses 50mm drivers and also sports changeable logos and LED colours, though the mousepad lacks that ability. Along with the pack, Hardware Heaven points out that you get a colour change crystal for use in game to change the colour of your blaster bolts and lightsaber blade.
"Every big game release can be enhanced by a set of quality devices which tie in with the overall feel of the franchise and that is exactly what Razer aim to deliver with their The Old Republic gaming gear. We have the mouse, headset and mouse mat on our test bench today for a detailed look at what they offer for The Old Republic gamer."
Here is some more Tech News from around the web:
- Razer Imperator Battlefield 3 Edition Gaming Mouse @ Rbmods
- Steelseries Diablo III Gaming Mouse @ Funky Kit
- ROCCAT Kova [+] Gaming Mouse Review @ OCC
- CM Storm Xornet @ OC3D
- SteelSeries Sensei Gaming Mouse Review @ Hardware Canucks
- Roccat Kova[+] Optical USB Gaming Mouse @ Benchmark Reviews
- Ozone Strike Mechanical Gaming Keyboard @ OCC