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+ - Microsoft Turns to Razer for Gaming Edge

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ThinSkin writes "Once described as "an ugly duckling" because of its defective hardware and/or spotty software, the Microsoft-Razer Habu gaming mouse may in fact be ready for primetime, according to this ExtremeTech review. The Habu has plenty of features common among gaming mice, including on-the-fly DPI switching, polling rate customization, and even a swappable left side panel that replaces one large buttons set with a smaller set. Its 2000 DPI laser eye also has enough pop for gamers looking for a little extra horsepower."

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