Microsoft Hardware and Razer USA Ltd. (the world’s leading brand in high-end computer gaming peripherals) have teamed up to design and develop next-generation computer gaming peripherals and introduced a new gaming mouse called the Microsoft Habu. The Microsoft Habu melds the Microsoft’s ergonomic design with Razer’s advanced technology.
“The Microsoft Habu gaming mouse allows gamers to experience PC gaming as never before, with innovative features and superior comfort in a gaming mouse. Low-sensitivity players require dynamic movement to enhance aim and tracking ability. Powered by Razer Precision, the Habu’s data path was opened from eight to 16 bits and features an advanced 2,000 DPI laser sensor; the result is an ideal gaming mouse with virtually no skipping or pixel jumping or negative acceleration.”
I thinks some of the cool features that gamers will love in this mouse are 2,000 DPI Laser Engine for super-fast response time, Always-On Mode that gives gamers virtually no latency, High-speed motion detection lets gamers get their speed on with movement of up to 45 inches per second and 20G acceleration and Seven programmable buttons allow gamers to program their button functions while Hyperesponse technology reduces latency.
Microsoft Habu will be widely available in October 2006 for an estimated retail price of $69.95