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postheadericon Razer trots out mildly overhauled DeathAdder Black Edition USB gaming mouse

When you’ve got a good thing rolling, why stop? That’s the mantra applied to Razer’s latest, which is actually the third DeathAdder to be released. You may remember the original slinking out way back in 2006, with the southpaws in attendance finally getting one of their own in March of last year. Today, in order to celebrate the device’s Wood Anniversary, Razer’s loosing the USB-connected DeathAdder Black Edition. For all intents and purposes, this is the same DeathAdder that we came to love last decade, but with an ever-so-slightly tweaked design that adds non-slip rubber sides and an all-black finish. It’ll ship globally next month for $59.99 / €59.99, with orders being taken right… about.. now.

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Razer trots out mildly overhauled DeathAdder Black Edition USB gaming mouse originally appeared on Engadget on Fri, 28 Jan 2011 14:45:00 EDT. Please see our terms for use of feeds.

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postheadericon Razer trots out mildly overhauled DeathAdder Black Edition USB gaming mouse

When you’ve got a good thing rolling, why stop? That’s the mantra applied to Razer’s latest, which is actually the third DeathAdder to be released. You may remember the original slinking out way back in 2006, with the southpaws in attendance finally getting one of their own in March of last year. Today, in order to celebrate the device’s Wood Anniversary, Razer’s loosing the USB-connected DeathAdder Black Edition. For all intents and purposes, this is the same DeathAdder that we came to love last decade, but with an ever-so-slightly tweaked design that adds non-slip rubber sides and an all-black finish. It’ll ship globally next month for $59.99 / €59.99, with orders being taken right… about.. now.

Continue reading Razer trots out mildly overhauled DeathAdder Black Edition USB gaming mouse

Razer trots out mildly overhauled DeathAdder Black Edition USB gaming mouse originally appeared on Engadget on Fri, 28 Jan 2011 14:45:00 EDT. Please see our terms for use of feeds.

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postheadericon Razer trots out mildly overhauled DeathAdder Black Edition USB gaming mouse

When you’ve got a good thing rolling, why stop? That’s the mantra applied to Razer’s latest, which is actually the third DeathAdder to be released. You may remember the original slinking out way back in 2006, with the southpaws in attendance finally getting one of their own in March of last year. Today, in order to celebrate the device’s Wood Anniversary, Razer’s loosing the USB-connected DeathAdder Black Edition. For all intents and purposes, this is the same DeathAdder that we came to love last decade, but with an ever-so-slightly tweaked design that adds non-slip rubber sides and an all-black finish. It’ll ship globally next month for $59.99 / €59.99, with orders being taken right… about.. now.

Continue reading Razer trots out mildly overhauled DeathAdder Black Edition USB gaming mouse

Razer trots out mildly overhauled DeathAdder Black Edition USB gaming mouse originally appeared on Engadget on Fri, 28 Jan 2011 14:45:00 EDT. Please see our terms for use of feeds.

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postheadericon Sanwa trots out a multitouch mouse of its own, the MA-TOUCH1

Not so fond of the Magic Mouse, are you? How’s about a flattened version, sans Bluetooth? That’s exactly what we’re being presented with here, as Sanwa’s MA-TOUCH1 looks like the lovechild of Apple’s own multitouch critter and Logitech’s M505. In truth, the only real design cue this guy snags from the Logi is its Unifying Receiver, signifying that it relies on wireless USB rather than BT. The design scheme is definitely of interest — rather than being curved to fit the shape of a relaxed palm, it’s totally flat up top, supporting four-direction scrolling and two-finger swipes. She’s on sale now in four different colors (red, white, black and silver), with ¥4,300 ($52) standing between you and something you may or may not ever actually use to control your cursor.

Sanwa trots out a multitouch mouse of its own, the MA-TOUCH1 originally appeared on Engadget on Tue, 28 Dec 2010 19:31:00 EDT. Please see our terms for use of feeds.

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postheadericon Sanwa trots out a multitouch mouse of its own, the MA-TOUCH1

Not so fond of the Magic Mouse, are you? How’s about a flattened version, sans Bluetooth? That’s exactly what we’re being presented with here, as Sanwa’s MA-TOUCH1 looks like the lovechild of Apple’s own multitouch critter and Logitech’s M505. In truth, the only real design cue this guy snags from the Logi is its Unifying Receiver, signifying that it relies on wireless USB rather than BT. The design scheme is definitely of interest — rather than being curved to fit the shape of a relaxed palm, it’s totally flat up top, supporting four-direction scrolling and two-finger swipes. She’s on sale now in four different colors (red, white, black and silver), with ¥4,300 ($52) standing between you and something you may or may not ever actually use to control your cursor.

Sanwa trots out a multitouch mouse of its own, the MA-TOUCH1 originally appeared on Engadget on Tue, 28 Dec 2010 19:31:00 EDT. Please see our terms for use of feeds.

Permalink Impress, Akihabara News  |  sourceSanwa  | Email this | Comments