Razer Boomslang CE 2007 available?
With Boomslang in 1999, Razer first made a name for itself as a manufacturer of gaming hardware. Designed as an optically scanned ball mouse, it was very popular with gamers at the time. Now Razer is paying tribute to this technically long outdated legend and is bringing a limited new edition of the mouse.
The Collector's Edition (CE ) 2007 Boomslang was introduced last June during the 'DreamHack Summer 2007' in Sweden and in time for the Christmas business, Razer is now bringing the model, limited to 10,000 pieces, onto the market. The Boomslang CE 2007 is delivered in a black metal box as it was back then, but unlike the old Boomslang it is of course equipped with the latest technology, as can currently be found in other mice from Razer. The scope of delivery includes an exclusive certificate in credit card format, which documents the serial number.
The 150 gram Boomslang CE 2007 has a 1,800 dpi infrared sensor, has 5 programmable buttons and is equally suitable for left and right-handers. The mouse is also equipped with a 32 kB so-called 'Razer Synapse' memory and is connected via a two meter long cable with a gold-plated USB connector.
The inclined one Razer asks customers with a proud price of € 99.99to the checkout, whereby the first batch seems to be out of stock. From December 27th, 2007, more models will be available in the Razer online shop or from one of Razers' global distributors.
- 1,800 dpi infrared sensor
- 6,400 images per second (5.8 megapixels per second)
- 150–300 cm per second and 15 g acceleration
- 1 ms response time
- 32 kB onboard memory
- 5 programmable buttons
- Size: 139 x 82 x 35 mm
- Weight: 150 g