|Razer Lachesis V2 5600 dpi Laser Gaming Mouse|
|Reviews - Featured Reviews: Input Devices|
|Written by Steven Iglesias-Hearst - Edited by Olin Coles|
|Friday, 29 October 2010|
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Razer Lachesis V2 5600 dpi Laser Gaming Mouse Review
Razer debuted the original Lachesis 4000 dpi gaming mouse back in 2007. For its day, the Lachesis was one of the most sensitive mice you could buy, although by today's standards that 4000 dpi mark isn't such a big deal. Razer have updated the Lachesis gaming mouse with a new design and new sensor, the 3.5G laser sensor in this new version supports up to 5600 dpi and the Lachesis has customizable lighting for both the wheel and the logo, which can be set to individual colors dependant on your preference. The Lachesis gaming mouse also features nine programmable buttons with 1000Hz ultrapolling for a 1ms response time.
The Lachesis V2 5600 dpi laser gaming mouse, by design, is also ambidextrous. So those of you out there that may be of the left handed persuasion can also enjoy the benefits of this latest offering from Razer. While the Lachesis is rather large, I can't see it being a problem to those with smaller hands as the curves and design look very well thought out.
Benchmark Reviews will now put the Razer Lachesis V2 5600 dpi gaming mouse through its paces in some popular FPS titles, some popular web browsing programs and in Photoshop and report back with our findings for you, but before we get on to the performance, please take some time to check out the features and specifications of the Razer Lachesis 5600 gaming mouse.
Manufacturer: Razer Group
Full Disclosure: The product sample used in this article has been provided by Razer.