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Razer Salmosa Gaming Mouse

Michael Larabel

Published on 1 July 2009
Written by Michael Larabel
Page 1 of 3 - 2 Comments

Razer has long been known as a manufacturer of high-end gaming mice with such prestigious products as the Copperhead, DeathAdder, and most recently the Lachesis. Razer has also expanded to offer other products such as the Barracuda Sound Card, Tarantula Keyboard, and the Piranha Gaming Headset. Razer's products generally do not come cheap, however, recently they have begun offering lower cost products such as the Arctosa Keyboard, which is still built and designed well but is a step-down from their flagship product lines. Most recently, Razer has now further entered the entry-level gaming mouse product with the introduction of the Salmosa, which is a sub-$40 USD but still promises high precision with its 3G infrared sensor.

Features:

- 1800DPI 3G Infrared Sensor
- Ultra-Light Form Factor
- Hardware Toggles for DPI and Polling Rate
- 1000Hz Ultrapolling / 1ms Response Time
- Ultra-large non-slip buttons
- 60-120 Inches Per Second
- Three programmable Hyperesponse Buttons
- Ambidextrous Design

Contents:

While the Salmosa may be cheaper than Razer's other mice, the packaging is similar to that of their other products. The packaging is mostly green and black and advertised are the various features of this mouse that would woo gamers. Included with the mouse was a Razer certificate of authenticity, user guide, quick start guide, driver CD, and two Razer stickers.

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