At IFA this week, Razer announced a new addition to its growing stable of mice and peripherals with the Razer Basilisk. Razer is pitching the Basilisk mouse as purpose-built for first-person shooters, while lauding the customizability of the Basilisk, saying, "This is a mouse designed for tweaking that last ounce of performance out of each gamer's specific FPS playstyle". That will all come out in testing and user preference, but we are able to sift through the boasting and give some information. The Basilisk uses the same 16,000 DPI optical sensor found in the Lancehead Tournament Edition as well as the Death Adder Elite mice. It includes eight customizable buttons using Razer's mechanical mouse switches, which have a 50M click lifespan, and a scroll...
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