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OCZ Introduces The Equalizer 2500 DPI Laser Mouse

OCZ Technology Group unveiled their plans to introduce gaming peripherals - the new OCZ Equalizer Laser Mouse. It provides six DPI sensitivity levels (400-2500) and allows gamers to seamlessly switch between each setting in the midst of a battle with a conveniently placed button. The Equalizer’s scroll wheel displays a different color LED for each DPI setting to provide instant visual confirmation of the chosen sensitivity level.

The Equalizer features the innovative OCZ “Triple Threat” button. Gamers can fire three times with just one click making it easier than ever to hit the target and gain a competitive advantage. At the same time, the Triple Threat button is a useful tool in everyday computing by turning double-click operations, such as opening files and applications, into just one-touch commands.

Thanks to a dual laser engine and extremely responsive sensor array, the OCZ Equalizer promotes pinpoint accuracy and precision and enhanced tracking on a wider range of surfaces, including glass tabletops.

The Equalizer’s ergonomic design features a comfortable, no-slip grip and the always useful back and forward buttons. As a Plug and Play mouse, the Equalizer is ready to take on your next battle right out of the box. The OCZ Equalizer will be available in two configurations, Desktop (P/N: OCZMSEQRD) and Mobile (P/N: OCZMSEQRM) model, depending on the user’s preference for portability and size.

As an added bonus, each mouse includes OCZ Equalware software which provides a complete keyboard simulation interface for total customization of your favorite gaming commands. Each OCZ Equalizer is backed by an 6-year warranty.

Source: OCZ Technology Group

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