Laser Gaming mouse from Microsoft - Powered by Razer Precision.
With the lights on
Yes, everything has to be lighted these days. There is nothing wrong
with that as you may remember at the previous page there were this Light Options selection in the
software. Via those two choices - Scroll Button and Glow-Pipe - one can turn off either one of these lights
or both of them. Great feature if you ask me. Perhaps next time we will see a tricolor version with the
ability to select the color from the software?
Fast response times
2000 DPI Laser engine
On-The-Fly sensitivity changes
Interchangeable Side Button Panels
Large main buttons
Extra glide pads
"Editor's Choice Award"
There are many people out there with special needs when it comes to computer mice. Some needs extra
buttons to aid in 3D designing or perhaps one needs a left handed mouse to be used in the office. Gamers
usually have similar needs and in general, I believe that Habu will fulfill majority of these needs with ease.
The fact that Habu is a wired mouse, makes it great for gamers. Yes, the wire will limit the movement up
to certain degree but the benefits for having the wire outweighs that con. For example a term like
Always-On Mode cuts the latency practically to zero. Imagine what this would do to the operating times with
a wireless mouse.
Sometimes we get a product that just doesn't gather any real negative marks. As it happens, Habu is
one of them. Sure there are things like weight, price, wired/wireless etc. to take into concederation
but most of these issues are personal. Nobody on the other hand can argue that the fast response time
or good looks could be bad things. That is why this product truly deserves an Editor's Choice for
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