The Razer Abyssus gaming mouse comes in matte black or high gloss mirror finish
Razer has recently launched driver version 2.02 for their Abyssus gaming mouse. The only update listed in the changelog is Windows 8 support.The manufacturer recommends you plug your device in before installing this driver.
This piece of hardware sells for $49.99 (€37.35), whether in matte black or high gloss mirror finish. What you get for the money is a gaming mouse with a 3500dpi Razer Precision 3.5G infrared sensor, 1000Hz Ultrapolling/1ms response time, 60-120 inches per second and 15g of acceleration, scroll wheel with 24 individual click positions and zero-acoustic Ultraslick mouse feet.
However, some users have complained about the left click that, apparently, gets broken after a few months of use.
Others have said that it is a bit small and that the design is not so comfortable or that it lacks the extra buttons. Overall, it is rated as an entry-level, well-priced mouse.
Below is the link to version 2.02 of the driver. Download, install and stay “updated one minute ago.”
Razer Abyssus Mouse Driver 2.02 for Windows 8