Reviewed on 2010-08-20
Speedy mouse with switchable DPI and polling rate. Slick design with illuminated logo. Large buttons support full index and middle finger navigation.
Steep price for fewer features than its competitors. Glossy finish is prone to smudges.
The Razer Abyssus Mirror ($49.99 direct) is a mouse with a fetching design, but what flaunts in appearance it lacks in terms of utility. Sporting a gloss finish, comfortable grip, and sleek blue light on its tail, the Abyssus Mirror brings a woefully b...Read more >
Reviewed on 2010-07-31
Razer must be running out of snakes after which to name its mice; we had to Google long and hard to find a mention of the crotalus oreganus abyssus – aka the Grand Canyon Rattlesnake. Unlike a desert rattler, though, the ambidextrous Razer Abyssu...Read more >
Reviewed on 2010-06-17
There are several big names in the computing industry that have something the others don’t: a pedigree; a long standing production history of quality products. However, these companies tend to be in the internal hardware fields: Intel, AMD, nVidia, ATI...Read more >
Reviewed on 2010-11-03
What's the first thing you think of when someone asks you about a Razer mouse? If you're like me, you think about a high end gaming mouse with a lot of options, buttons, and flash.With the Razer Abyssus Mirror, they have taken a more simplified approach w...Read more >