Razer Abyssus High Precision Optical Gaming Mouse

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Razer Abyssus High Precision Optical Gaming Mouse

Razer Abyssus High Precision Optical Gaming Mouse

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There really isn’t much to the Razer Abyssus Essential. For once, what you see is what you get. With only three buttons on the body, don’t expect any bespoke customisation of dynamic DPI switching, unless you dive into Razer Synapse for a few minutes. What escalates the cost of the Razer Abyssus is the RGB lighting. If you can do without it, the Logitech G Pro is your better option. And if inexpensive RGB is dear to your heart, the Corsair Sabre RGB is another unit to look at. It is rated for up to 10,000dpi sensitivity and bears the same 16.8 million color palette. The one caveat is that the Sabre isn't an ambidextrous design; its wide grip reminds me of the original Xbox "Duke" controller, good for gamers with large hands but clunky for others.

You can find the second highlight on the underside of the Abyssus, snaking around the bottom so a myriad of colours can be seen illuminating your desk. This results in some cool effects, enhanced further once I made the effort to customise it with Razer Chroma. The Abyssus is also quite small. Compared to the Deathadder Elite it's both shorter and not as tall, so for folks with larger hands it's perhaps not going to be the most comfortable mouse you'll ever use. The design is still good, but if you like to have a larger mouse then this maybe isn't for you. Bottom line on the Razer Abyssus Essential Also on the Performance tab, you can set the rate of acceleration for the mouse as well as its polling rate. (A higher polling rate means the mouse reports its position to the PC more frequently, making the mouse feel more responsive.) The default polling rate is 1,000Hz but you can lower it to 500Hz or 125Hz. I played with the acceleration and polling rate settings but couldn’t not discern much of a difference, if any, no matter what what settings I selected. Perhaps eSports athletes on a budget would make use of these settings on the Abyssus V2, however, since they're usually more discerning.Carlsbad , Calif.– Nov. 10, 2009– Razer™, the world’s leading manufacturer of high-end precision gaming and lifestyle peripherals, today launched the Razer Abyssus™ gaming mouse. By combining simplicity with a state-of-the-art 3.5G 3500dpi infrared sensor, the Razer Abyssus stands ready to frag.

EU Declaration of Conformity for Abyssus Lite & Goliathus Mobile Construct Ed. Bundle (RZ83-0273).pdf Considering the Abyssus V2 had both an additional button and rubber grip side panels, I don't think it's too much to have hoped for. Under Lighting, you can choose among Breathing, Reactive, Spectrum Cycling, and Static presets, or you can switch off the lighting to save power. If that isn't comprehensive enough, the Advanced Effects tab is where you will find Chroma Studio, but since the Abyssus has only a single lighting zone, everything you do here will apply across the whole mouse. You get a handful of Chroma Studio-exclusive effects (Fire, Ripple, Starlight, Wave), in addition to the option to layer effects atop each other, but that's the extent of the appeal here. The Advanced Effects can get only so advanced on a gaming mouse this basic. The Cost of Millions of Colors The Razer Abyssus V2 works right out of the box just fine, but it’s worth your while to install the free Razer Synapse software. With it, you can customize the mouse’s buttons, DPI settings, and lighting. On the Customize tab, you can not only reprogram the mouse’s four buttons but you can also customize the function of scroll up and scroll down on the wheel, which is not usually customizable for any mouse, much less one that is a budget model. You can also set up different profiles, but the mouse doesn’t have any onboard memory so you can’t take them with you.In terms of DPI, the Abyssus is a 7200 optical model that proved sufficiently accurate in Apex Legends and Anthem, making the act of taking potshots at enemies from a long distance a breeze. But then again, competitive players will almost certainly want something more responsive. Razer Abyssus Essential – Software and lighting

The standout feature of the Abyssus V2 are what Razer calls “in-mould rubber side grips.” The textured rubber surface on either side of the mouse provides the best grip I've ever experienced on a budget gaming mouse. In addition to providing a stellar, grippy surface, the side grips are also designed so that there’s a slight indentation that makes for a natural landing spot for your thumb on one side and your fingers on the other. Most ambidextrous mouse are fairly shapeless, but not so with Abyssus V2. It provides comfortable ergonomics with its shape and surface materials. On the Lighting tab, you can set the mouse’s lighting and do so individually for the scroll wheel and the logo. Most budget mice have only a single zone of lighting. Most budget mice feature RGB lighting and a rainbow of color choices, but the Abyssus V2 gives you a limited selection of only three colors: green, teal, and royal blue. This is pretty limited, and I'd much rather have the full color spectrum at my disposal than just three colors, two of which are shades of blue. There's also no grippy areas on the side of the mouse. This may not be an issue to some, but with such solid gaming performance from this mouse, a couple of rubber strips along the edges would have just made it a little nicer to use for long periods. The Abyssus Essential is also Razer's first mouse to have Chroma underneath, so you get a neon haze surrounding it being reflected from your mousepad. It's a small touch, but especially if you're a Chroma fan, it looks amazing. The usual Chroma configurations are all available so it'll sync with your other Razer hardware, but this is a design feature I really hope makes it to the next generation of Razer's mice. is still a lot higher than you can pay for some gaming mice, but ultimately you get what you pay for. In the Abyssus Essential, you're getting a quality sensor at the heart of it that leads to superior accuracy when gaming and when using the PC for more casual purposes.

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Razer™ is the world’s leading manufacturer of high-end precision gaming products and peripherals that are designed "For Gamers. By Gamers™".Headquartered in Carlsbad, California, Razer’s award-winning lineup of products includes desktop speakers, headsets, keyboards, mice, software, and gaming surfaces. Since 1998, Razer has collaborated with leading professional gamers to develop, manufacture and market cutting-edge gaming peripherals using proprietary technologies that give gamers the competitive edge. Razer products offer the best in precision, sensitivity, usability and distinctive product design and have a reputation for being leaders in gaming peripheral technology. Less is more," said Robert "Razerguy" Krakoff, president, Razer. “We’ve taken our ambidextrous three-button mouse design and loaded it with our industry-leading technology without the added cost of too many bells and whistles. Our goal with the Razer Abyssus is to give competitive gamers access to gaming grade hardware without breaking the bank."



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