Razer announced a new entry level gaming mouse at CeBIT today called the Salmosa. The Salmosa is billed as the lightest mouse in its class and is priced at $39.99, making it the cheapest gaming mouse in the Razer line.
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The mouse uses an 1800 dpi optical sensor, 1000Hz ultrapolling, mechanical polling and dpi rate switches, On-the-Fly sensitivity adjustment, Always-on mode and large non-slip buttons. The size of the mouse is 115mm long x 63mm wide x 37mm high. Availability is set for Q3 2008.
"The Razer Salmosa sets a precedent as being the lightest mouse in its class; it is perfect for gamers that require pure speed and agility. Our goal was to create an affordable, introductory gaming-grade mouse. With the Razer Salmosa, we have created a mouse that is ideal for gamers who have yet to experience the difference a gaming-grade mouse from Razer can offer to their game," said Robert "Razerguy" Krakoff, president of Razer.