Razer Abyssus Essential Completes the Razer Entry-level Line

Razer has announced today the last in their line for a complete set of entry-level devices for gamers who are not looking to break the bank or their budgets. Known as the Razer Jugan in China, the Razer Abyssus Essential is the successor to the Razer Abyssus V2 and is the cheapest mouse in their catalogue to feature their Chroma lighting.

Razer Abyssus Essential Features

The Abyssus Essential is being classed as a “no-frills” mouse but features a 7200 DPI optical sensor and the first mouse to feature under-glow lighting that reflects off the surface.

Designed for all users, the mouse has an ambidextrous design allowing all gamers whether you are left-handed or right-handed to game at their best. With full Synapse support, you’ll also be able to customise the lighting and effects of 16.8 million colours how you like and create your own controls with HyperShift.

Razer Abyssus Essential Price and Availability

The lastest mouse from Razer is available from today and will cost £49.99 in the UK, $49.99 in the US and €49.99 in the EU.

Along with the Razer Cynosa Chroma keyboard, Goliathus Chroma mouse mat and the Razer Eletrca V2 you can complete a set full gaming set up without having to spend upwards of £400.

You can find out our thoughts in our review of the Razer Abyssus Essential and if you are looking for a complete setup, also check out our review of the Razer Electra V2 and Razer Cynosa Chroma Keyboard.