Razer announces better mouse, better trap in question

Subject: General Tech, Shows and Expos | June 8, 2011 - 07:48 PM |
Tagged: razer, E3

You may have noticed a slew of gaming-related news flooding from various cracks in the internet this week. E3, the Electronic Entertainment Expo, is currently in progress in Los Angeles and much news spawned from its presence. PC Gamers are not left out of the expo, however, as companies like Razer announce their latest wares and technology. While a standard mouse is sufficient for most users there are some who desire extra sensitivity and extra buttons and those are precisely the customers for companies like Razer. Today, Razer announced that two of their upcoming mice would have two independent sensors, one optical and one laser, for enhanced tracking.

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If they announce a five sensor Razer, The Onion won. (Image by Razer)

Razer listed a series of benefits to adding a second sensor to their next generation Mamba and Imperator mice:

  • One sensor can calibrate the other to the surface you are using.
  • The user will be able to determine how far away from the surface the mouse will stop tracking.
  • Less latency tracking the surface you are operating on.
  • Higher tracking precision.

While it is possible that you may appreciate those extra features on your mouse the largest factor in your gameplay will not be your hardware. The largest benefit I received switching from a three-button Microsoft mouse to a gaming mouse was the extra thumb buttons which I bound to an AutoHotkey script for single-button scrolling up and down large documents. (Available here if that's something you desire.) If these features speak to you however, check out Razer’s website.

Source: Razer
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