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The Lachesis is a mid-range, ambidextrous gaming mouse from Razer, available in blue or white.

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Pros

earliest mouse to hit 4000dpi

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discrete all black design - not gaudy like most gaming mice

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silky smooth teflon feet for a good glide

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attractive packaging

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ambidextrous design

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mesmerizing lights

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durable construction

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updated design (August 2010) includes new 5600dpi laser, customizable lighting

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Cons

teflon feet will disintegrate quickly if not used on a soft mousepad / "gaming surface"

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DPI wars

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Buttons opposite of your thumb are hard to get to.

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poor grip for low sensitivity gamers

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gaudy windows-only software required to make use of the mouse's full functionality

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annoying lights

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The Lachesis is a mid-range, ambidextrous gaming mouse from Razer, available in blue or white. While the company's lower-end gaming mice utilize infrared sensors, the Lachesis is laser-guided, operating at 4000 dpi to ensure gaming-grade precision. The mouse is equipped with 9 programmable buttons, more than most of Razer's products. On-board memory allows users to store up to five gaming profiles and use the mouse with different computers without needing to reconfigure settings. Response times are reduced to 1 ms via 1000Hz polling, and users can increase movement speed by adjusting the dpi setting in 125dpi increments.

Features
  • Ambidextrous design
  • 4000dpi 3G laser sensor
  • 32KB on-board memory
  • 9 programmable buttons
  • 1000Hz Ultrapolling (1ms response time)
  • Variable precision adjustment (125dpi increments)
  • 60-100 inches per second
  • 16-bit data path
  • Always-on mode
  • 7ft cord
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