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Razer Diamondback Plasma Limited Edition

The much anticipated high precision gaming mouse, Razer DiamondBack Plasma LE is here! Today, VR-Zone would take a look at this piece of technologically advanced gaming mouse. Just how aesthetically appealing is it as compared to it’s usability?

Gaming on computers, is part and parcel of life many people, especially in
this current era. Fast First Person Shooting (FPS) game titles appear one after
another. Titles like Unreal Tournament, Counter-Strike etc, need extreme
precision. Just moving the cursor one pixel more to the right or left, can determine
the difference between a kill or being killed. Thus, the importance of game-related
peripherals comes into place.

Razer has been a pretty big name in this area, with their extremely high end
range of mouse and mouse pad products. Endorsed by various top gaming clans and
communities, their excellence in such gaming gears, is not to be taken lightly.
Today, VR-Zone takes a look at their latest marvel, the Razer DiamondBack
Plasma Limited Edition.

Being more or less technologically similar to the original DiamondBack
release late last year, this new mouse is an update to that model. Razer is the
first in the world to introduce an Infrared sensor on a mouse. Doing away with
the conventional red LED associated with the conventional optical mouse, Razer then
went a step further, including an Ice blue glow on the mouse for the extra
appeal of coolth that gamers want.


Just the first look at this mouse, was enough to make us fall in love with
it… That sexy blue glow is exactly what gamers and case modders want, to
complement their style.


The flip side of the mouse while it is powered. No more shining blue light
like other conventional optical mouse. Infrared is used for the Diamondback
Plasma LE instead.

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