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OCZ Dominatrix: Your New Gaming Mouse Master

By - Source: Tom's Hardware US | B 4 comments

It isn’t often you see bondage terms used for computer gaming peripherals, but the new OCZ Dominatrix Laser Gaming Mouse might just be worthy enough to tie you up.

The OCZ Dominatrix Laser Gaming Mouse is an ergonomically designed mouse with features OCZ says targets hardcore gamers.

This laser mouse does not yet have a published price or release date.

Highlighted features, according to the manufacturer, include letting gamers fine-tune the weight and balance of their mouse up to 40 grams, offering multiple DPI settings of 2000/1600/800/400, independently adjusting both "X & Y" axes for a combined maximum of 3200 dpi and USB 2.0 connectivity for a poll rate up to 500Hz and bi-directional connection.

Software and two programmable buttons with three different modes each for game settings and Internet navigation let you make the mouse function more to your desires. Built-in memory on the Dominatrix lets you save your mouse settings so you can take them from computer to computer.

There’s also a 4-way scrolling wheel-tilt button.

We’d also like to see cordless functions like the new Microsoft SideWinder X5 Mouse, but otherwise the Dominatrix may well become a new gaming master for some.

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    Thesmj , August 25, 2008 11:58 PM
    Looks almost exactly like the old Logitech G5, only with two thumb buttons and a slightly different color scheme.
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    Anonymous , August 26, 2008 7:11 AM
    Whats with all the shady incorrect News titles? What, you doubt that readers will consider it news if you don't actually lie on the title to get our attention? Or are you guys (and gals) trying to sell products rather than actually giving us news?
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    Argoth126 , August 26, 2008 8:48 PM
    Well I think the title is playing off of the name, Dominatrix, and not to try and sell the product. What I'm really hoping is that OCZ will have 64 bit drivers for this mouse, unlike the Equalizer.
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    darkrydr3 , January 19, 2009 11:54 PM
    This looks exactly like my five year old Logitech MX510... Except without a scroll/page up button. Better not cost more than $40.