by Shane McGlaun
Razer was right on the heels of Microsoft this week with the announcement of Microsoft’s new SideWinder gaming mouse. Gamers that prefer high levels of sensitivity will be giddy at the though of the new Razer 3G laser engine that has a massive 4000 dpi, which is reached without the use of software interpolation.
Razer’s familiar Synapse software will control the Lachesis and the mouse has 32kb of onboard memory that allows you to save five game profiles for use on systems without the driver software installed.
Razer placed nine independently programmable buttons on the Lachesis as well. On-the-fly sensitivity adjustment is included and the mouse uses 1000Hz Ultrapolling giving a 1ms response time. Razer says the Lachesis can process 60-100 IPS and withstand 25g of acceleration. The Lachesis will be available in October for $79.95.
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