Racer has launched a new ambidextrous gamingmouse with a completely adjustable design called the Ouroboros. The mouse is customizable ergonomics and will work with right or left-handed gamers. It has an adjustable palm rest that can move up to 0.9-inches for comfort and has two interchangeable side panels.
The mouse is capable of up to 8200 dpi sensitivity and has an integrated dpi clutch trigger to change between two sensitivity settings. The laser mouse uses Razer's 4G laser sensor and can be wired or wireless. The mouse has 11 programmable buttons will be available in Q4 2012 for $129.99.
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Deion Sanders' School Opens Despite Losing Charter
Pro Football Hall of Famer Deion Sanders' Prime Prep Academy in Fort Worth, Tex. opened this week despite its location -- in a shopping center across an adult shop -- being disapproved and losing its charter.
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