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Razer Boomslang 2000

"With a resolution of 2000dpi this mouse currently blows all the competition out of the water..."

With all the recent hoopla revolving around Microsoft's new IntelliEye technology and how great it is, there is another company that decided to take a new approach to the old ball driven mouse technology. A startup company, kärna, might not have neither the marketing power, nor the press coverage of Microsoft, but let me tell you this, they have one booty kickin' mouse. Enter the Razer Boomslang 2000.

Targeted towards the hard-core gamer, these two new mice (1000/2000 versions) promise to offer much greater precision and control than even the mighty MS: Intellimouse explorer. With a resolution of 2000dpi this mouse currently blows all the competition out of the water, in terms of sensitivity that is. Also, don't forget that this mouse also operates at a whopping 6MIPS (Millions of instructions per second), compared to the traditional 1.5MIPS of a standard ball mouse.

Show Me the specs

  •  2000dpi Sensitivity Rating
  •  Togg Scroll Wheel (45dots per rotation)
  •  On the Fly Wheel Control
  •  Dust Barrier
  •  PS/2 Flex
  •  4 No Slip Buttons
  •  6MIPS (6 millions instructions per second)
  •  7' Cord (yeah, that's long)
  •  USB to PS/2 Connector

Also included with my Razer Boomslang 2000 were a number of user manuals, and software drivers (version 1.2.1 was included, I have since upgraded to version 2.0), all packaged up nicely in cool looking foam filled tin. To top it off kärna also supplies you with a 30-day money back guarantee, and a 3-year limited warranty.

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