Razer announced today the release of their final part of the set which is aimed at gamers looking to get “gaming gear” without breaking the bank spending hundreds and hundreds of pounds on a mouse, keyboard and headset combo. We reviewed the Razer Abyssus Essential in the lead up to today, a mouse that is a no-fuss budget device which still keeps true to the build quality you’d expect from Razer.
For £49.99 the Abyssus is an ambidextrous mouse which is great to be able to be used by both left and right-handed gamers. It reminded me of the days when I first stumbled across Razer back in 2008 purchasing my Lachesis, and just like my first gaming mouse, Razer’s latest is a solid experience and ideal for new gamers or those looking to upgrade into something that just does the job.
It’s basically a follow on from the previous device the Abyssus V2 but taking up the mantle of the cheapest of the Chroma range. There are mice on the market for less than the £50 asking price but not at the same level of quality Razer packs into their sensors, the 7200 DPI optical sensor is no different.