OCZ enters the gaming peripherals market

— 3:27 PM on February 14, 2007

OCZ Equalizer mouse. Source: OCZ.
After offering memory, power supplies, graphics cards, and CPU coolers, OCZ has moved into yet another market segment. This time, the company has announced plans to introduce gaming peripherals, including a new laser mouse called the Equalizer.

Shaped like a slightly beefier Logitech MX518, the Equalizer has six buttons (not including the scroll wheel) and a dual-laser optical sensor with a 2500 DPI resolution. One of the buttons allows on-the-fly switching between 400, 800, 1200, 1600, 2000, and 2500 DPI settings, and the mouse wheel changes color depending on the resolution selected. The mouse also includes a "triple threat" button that emulates a triple click—presumably for gamers who have trouble mastering manual burst fire in fast-paced first-person shooters. The Equalizer comes with OCZ's own "Equalware" software, and OCZ covers the mouse with a six-year warranty.

Tip: You can use the A/Z keys to walk threads.
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