Razer is making its dizzying range of gaming mice more accessible today. The Abyssus V2 offers a 5000-DPI optical sensor, three-color backlighting (in dark blue, light blue, and Razer's trademark green), rubberized side grips, and four programmable buttons for a fairly wallet-friendly $50.
While Razer claims this mouse has four programmable buttons, only the DPI and middle-click really seem configurable to us, since we'd expect most gamers will want to keep the left and right main buttons set up for that purpose. Still, this is an attractive-looking ambidextrous gaming mouse that doesn't cost a lot. For gamers or lefties who just want the basics, that could be just enough to make the Abyssus compelling.
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