- Technical Specifications
- 3500dpi Razer Precision™ 3.5G infrared sensor
- 1000Hz Ultrapolling™ / 1ms response time
- Mechanical dpi/polling rate switches
- On-The-Fly Sensitivity™ adjustment
- No Drift Control
- Always-On™ mode
- Ultra-large non-slip buttons
- 16-bit ultra-wide data path
- 60-120 inches per second and 15g of acceleration
- Three independently programmable Hyperesponse™ buttons
- Ambidextrous design
- Scroll wheel with 24 individual click positions
- Zero-acoustic Ultraslick™ mouse feet
- Seven-foot, lightweight, non-tangle cord
- Approximate Size : 115 mm / 4.53” (Length) x 63 mm / 2.48” (Width) x 40 mm / 1.58” (Height)
- Approximate Weight: 72 g / 0.16 lbs
- PC with USB port
- Windows® 7 / Windows Vista® / Windows® XP
- Internet connection (for driver installation)
- At least 35MB of hard disk space
- Customer Testimonials
|1. Mark H on 2/3/10 rated this product: |
Having purchased most of Razer's Ambidextrous mice in the past and having been very happy with them, I've always had the tendancy to be a bit clumbsy with side buttons which I usually disable. I also have fairly small hands so most mice take a fair bit of getting used to. I saw this little beastie and immediately ordered one and upon using for the first time, just couldn't believe how comfortable it was to use let alone no side buttons for me to misclick and THE most comfortable shape I've ever had the pleasure of handling. I just can't rave about this mouse enough and of course there is the usual accuracy of razer mice and excellent glide on my razer mouse mat. This is "the" mouse I've been waiting a long time for and for me it has made gaming 100% more comfortable and enjoyable. Huge thanks razer!
|2. VestigeStorm on 1/27/10 rated this product: |
Well , I actually wanted a DeathAdder as it had earn alot of awards . But cant afford it so i took a Razer Abyssus ... And guess what? Its Much better than Copper! My friend bought a copper and regretted it as the DPI is only 1.8k! It cause 40 $ more than a simple Razer Abyssus which is 3.5g and Acted so fast ! Just Love the Simple Design. Buy this If you cant Afford the others .. its just as great .. or MUCH ! :D
|3. SGkid on 12/4/09 rated this product: |
I did not get this mouse based on any reviews nor recommendations. I was browsing this site looking for a replacement for my 3yrs old microsoft mouse, tried out the diamondback, a great mouse but it didnt suit me at all because of the low dpi and obstructing side buttons.
I have always fancied a simple mouse with no side buttons as I am using the claw grip style, it obstructs my play alot, tho it helps at macro-ing. But Abyssus was different, i fell in love with it at first sight, then i realised this is a brand new mouse by razer with a state-of-the-art technology comparable with the higher end mouse, but being alot cheaper and simpler.
So after 10hours of usage, I would recommend anyone out there to get this mouse if you are :
-using it with a claw grip style
-looking for a light mouse that elevates ur game movements
-wants an illuminated mouse that does not gets too hot in your hands after several hours.
- high DPI, fast response, smooth click, rubber scrolling wheels, lastly - affordable.
What more to ask of? Btw get it with a thinner mousepad, e.g sphex or kabuto to get real precise and accurate movements.
|4. Abyysus Proud Owner on 11/21/09 rated this product: |
If you are looking for a simplicity, look no further, get your hands on Abyssus.
If you are looking for reliability, this mouse will fulfill your need.
If you are looking for performance, this mouse is a beast.
If you want to dominate your foes in game, Abyssus will provide you the precision you need.
Q: What is Drift Control and how does it affect accuracy?
A: Drift control is a common prediction mechanism in mouse sensors that is designed to assist users in drawing straight lines vertically/horizontally in graphical and work applications. Such sensors predict when a straight line is being drawn and corrects any movement that deviates from that straight line, rather than follow the user’s exact movements. This means a downward swipe of 5 degrees can be corrected into a completely horizontal line, causing a gamer to miss his target.
For absolute freedom of movement, the Razer Abyssus is engineered with no drift control - giving gamers the ability to translate their exact mouse movements into in game frags without interference from prediction mechanisms that results in accuracy loss.