Today Razer is updating some of their most classic accessories. The Diamondback mouse was first released way back in 2004, and it was the first gaming mouse to feature an optical sensor, the Orochi is Razer’s mobile gaming mouse, and Razer is also launching an updated version of their Kraken headset. As I mentioned the Diamondback is one of Razer’s oldest peripherals dating all the way back to 2004. For 2015, the Diamondback has kept the ambidextrous design which is going to make left-handed people happy. Most gaming mice seem to cater only to right-handed people. The big addition for this year is a new sensor with the mouse now featuring a 16,000 DPI laser sensor. Razer states that it can handle up to 210...
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