Azurues. The word boggles the mind. No, it is not the famous BitTorrent program where individuals use to violate copyright laws. No, it is not the Dendrobates Azureus, the poison dart frog residing in central Brazil. No, it is not Windows Azure, the service platform. Heck, it isn't even referring to the Latin work "Azure", which refers to a specific blue-cyan color. So what the heck is Azurues? Well, after doing a quick Google search, I have absolutely no idea. It seems that Thermaltake's sub-brand Tt eSPORTS decided to flip the "eu" at the end of Azureus to make Azurues. See the difference? According to the all-knowing internet, the only thing that takes the name Azurues is the Tt eSPORTS Azurues. So what is this mouse based off of? It is not blue, it has no hind-legs for jumping, and it is not poisonous. So let's just assume it is only the new first-person-shooter battle-ready mouse from Tt eSPORTS. Out of all the mice from Tt eSPORTS, this one is quite the mystery. Not just in its name; but also its performance. It does not feature all the multiple functions and huge button arrays found on common RTS mice. It only features what is important when aiming for the head; right click, left click, and scroll wheel. Okay, we're done, that is all I have to say for this mouse -- tune in next week... just kidding! As simple as this mouse seems, there is quite a lot to cover. So without further adieu, let's read on!
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