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OCZ introduces two gaming mice
Press release; Joseph Tsai, DIGITIMES [Tuesday 24 March 2009]

OCZ Technology Group has unveiled two new mice for the gaming market, the Behemoth and Eclipse. Both the Behemoth and Eclipse offer the ability to fine-tune the optimal balance of the mouse for smooth control and feel with the included weight cartridges.

Each mouse supports data-upload to the on-board memory, providing plug-and-play settings without the need for additional software to unlock the functions. The Eclipse, with a double laser engine, offers motion reporting up to 60 inches per second, and accelerations in either 100 DPI or 2,400 DPI settings, while Behemoth features 3,200 DPI setting.

OCZ Behemoth gaming mouse

OCZ Behemoth gaming mouse
Photo: Company

OCZ Eclipse gaming mouse

OCZ Eclipse gaming mouse
Photo: Company

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