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    Gamers who want a more precise mouse that can also double as a daily driver will want to consider the new Razer Basilisk. With a clutch trigger, adjustable scroll wheel, and ergonomic design, there's not much to dislike.

    Razer has a long history in gaming, but the company has been expanding its efforts to the prosumer market. The new Razer Basilisk mouse, however, sticks to its roots with a heavy focus on optimizing for first-person shooter (FPS) games.
    Priced at just $69.99, the wired mouse brings a few firsts for Razer fans, including customizable scroll wheel resistance, dots-per-inch (DPI) clutch, and that famed 5G optical sensor with 16,000 DPI for extreme sensitivity.
    After spending a few weeks with the Razer Basilisk, I have few complaints and even prefer it for productivity and regular use over anything else.

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    10-13-2017 10:10 AM

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