Razer Abyssus, the cheapest mouse from Razer, ambidextrous, with three buttons (no side buttons), awesome design, great hand grip, light as a snow flake.
Razer Abyssus comes with two settings that can be adjusted, the polling rate, 125 and 1000 MHz, and the DPI, 450, 1800 and 3500 DPI. After the basic settings are done, the polling rate taken to 1000 MHz and the DPI to 1800, the mouse is ready for any video game.
You won’t notice strange moves on the screen when using it, everything goes smooth. No issues neither when getting it in the air a little. The screen pointer won’t move, or at least, it won’t annoy the user at all.
I have tested this mouse on World of Warcraft, random FPS games, the precision is very high, nothing to complain.
The materials from which this mouse is made are high quality, way far from average, both left and right click and also the scroll click don’t require much effort.
Most important, the clicks can be made on a wide area on the mouse, it won’t become harder to click, the clicks will make the same sound. This is great for those who are using a claw style, when they alternate from a full hand grip to claw grip.
For design, Razer Abyssus has only one light, the logo, it can’t be turned off and it is blue. Overall, it looks great, sometimes when being in the dark, this light will help to find the mouse faster. Nothing to complain about the design, it is made by Razer after all.
The software application for this mouse is very poor sadly, advanced gamers might find something useful to configure there even though there are just some basic settings.
Razer Abyssus is recommended mostly for FPS video games because it lacks extra buttons but it also works great with any other genre of games. 100%, is worth the price that is not low, around 49$.
For those with sweaty hands, the Razer Abyssus will get dirty easy but it is easy to clean it. Sweaty hands? Get the mirror version. It is made of glossy materiales, even easier to clean it.