The Razer Abyssus V2 features an improved form factor from the original, especially designed for ambidextrous game play.
After all it is a tournament gaming grade mouse featuring improved ambidextrous form factor. Especially all-new true 5,000 DPI optical sensor and in-mould rubber side grips.
Above all improved form factor designed for ambidextrous gameplay
Furthermore the Abyssus has upgraded its RGB to 3 lighting zones with both the emblem and scroll wheel being customizable. For instance it is limited to only a few different profiles. DPI ranges from 100-5,000 but as we all know anything above 1,800 is considered ridiculous. However, with a sleek new design and attractive price tag
Surprisingly in-mould rubber side grips. Further optimized for lift-off / swiping gameplay.
In another case a cult classic that has been revamped for today’s market with upgrades including a new optical sensor. Simultaneously ergonomically designed in-mold rubber side grips. Undoubtedly a sleek new form factor ambidextrous shell which has been manufactured for all grip types. Whereas the V2 weighs in at a slender 80g which is perfect for modern-day FPS gamers. Generally it has been stripped back to the bare essentials giving it a fantastic. For instance simplistic appearance.
Especially all-new true 5,000 dpi optical sensor for greater accuracy
- Ergonomic design which feels great in the hand
- Excellent side grips
- Sleek, minimal design
- Highly effective sensor
- Limited Buttons (4)
- Lift-Off Distance too High
- Feels Budget Made
|Razer Abyssus V2
|True 5,000 DPI Optical Sensor
|100 inches per second/ 30g acceleration
|Razer Synapse Support
|Razer Synapse 2 enabled
|Ambidextrous form factor
|4 programmable Hyperesponse buttons
|80 g / 0.175 lbs