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Verbatim Rapier V1 Laser Gaming Mouse - Verbatim Rapier V1 Laser Gaming Mouse
Mon, September 14 2009 | 12:02PM | PermaLink Feedback?
“This a mouse with few very unique features when it comes to its design and functions. It looks somewhat futuristic but ergonomically it is designed for right handed users and there are some details that can look odd at first glance. One of these features is presence of mouse wheel on left mouse button. Also, left button is positioned lower than the right one which makes this mouse look as some sort of two fingered paw. This button layout is definitely better for FPS gamers because it allows faster access to mouse wheel and third button. Between left and right mouse button, where wheel should have been, is placed Triple Click button that can be used as left button double click…”
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