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Wednesday, 15 April 2009 01:00
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OCZ Eclipse laser gaming mouse review

We got our first look at an OCZ produced mouse back in November of last year, when we took the slightly embarrassingly named Dominatrix for a spin (Note to readers: Don't use the phrase "I took a Dominatrix for a spin" near your significant other.  Or your parents for that matter).  Despite that off-putting moniker, what we ended up with was a really enjoyable mouse to use - Its large size may have put off some, but for me and my man-hands it made for a comfortable device with some nice features in terms of both selecting DPI settings and choosing the weight of the mouse via a set of removable weights.

With that in mind, the subject of today's review has clearly taking a lot of these lessons from the Dominatrix, implementing many of the same features but with some tweaks and changes, as well as a smaller physical size and (perhaps most attractively) a lower price point.  Named the Eclipse, it's also easier to ask for in your local computer hardware store.  But will you want to ask for it?  That's what we're here to tell you.



 
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