PostHeaderIcon Razer Revamps Diamondback With Colors, New Tech

Razer Diamondback

Popular peripheral maker Razer made a few announcements on Friday, one of which was the relaunch of its Razer Diamondback gaming mouse. The device has been retooled with “enhanced” ergonomics, Chroma LED lighting, and what the company calls “the world’s most precise sensor.”

“The new Razer Diamondback stays true to its predecessor’s design ethos, but takes advantage of the latest advances in sensor technology to give gamers a mouse worthy of the legendary Diamondback name,” the company says.

Slated for an October release, the revamped Diamondback has a 16,000dpi 5G laser sensor, 1,000Hz ultrapolling, on-the-fly sensitivity adjustment, and nine programmable Hyperresponse buttons. The mouse can also track up to 210 inches per second and features an acceleration rate of 50g. Users can even adjust the lift-off cut-off distance down to 0.1mm.

The revamped mouse is compatible with the company’s Synapse software, which allows the user to change settings such as the Chroma illumination. Like Razer’s other Chroma editions, users have a choice of 16.8 million colors and can even synchronize the lighting with other Chroma peripherals. Yes, you can create your own desktop disco.

Razer Diamondback

A handy feature of the Synapse software is that the user’s settings are stored in the cloud. Thus, users can connect the mouse to any PC with the Synapse software installed, sign in to his/her account, and download the settings.

Those wanting to build a complete Chroma setup can choose from a number of products including the BlackWidow Chroma, the BlackWidow Chroma Stealth, the Kraken 7.1 Chroma, the Orbweaver Chroma, the DeathAdder Chroma, and a few others. The full list can be accessed here.

“We have taken the incomparable Diamondback design and updated it with the best technology available today to create a mouse that will delight new and longtime Razer fans alike with a competitive edge that will do justice to the legacy of the Diamondback name,” says Min-Liang Tan, Razer co-founder and CEO.

Southpaws will be happy to know that this mouse is built for any hand. Lefties or righties can prepurchase the new Diamondback gaming mouse now for $90; the device will be made available next month worldwide.

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