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The Razer Diamondback has been re-engineered with a 5G laser sensor and Chroma lighting that lets you personalize the look of this gaming mouse. Its sensor delivers an ultra-high resolution of 16,000 dpi with on-the-fly sensitivity adjustments, which gives you high mouse-cursor accuracy while gaming. The mouse's logo, scroll wheel, and side strips illuminate with special effects such as wave, spectrum cycling, breathing, static, and reactive. In addition, each lighting location supports a customizable spectrum of 16.8 million colors.
Razer has outfitted this mouse with seven independently programmable buttons so you have more buttons for gaming. It features an ergonomic, ambidextrous design with textured rubber side grips to prevent the mouse from sliding out of your hand. The Diamondback connects to your Windows or Mac system via a 7' braided-fiber USB cable and supports inter-device color synchronization and Razer Synapse.
Gaming Mouse Sensor with 16,000 dpi
This gaming mouse uses a 16,000 dpi laser sensor that provides mouse-cursor accuracy while you're engaging in competitive or causal play.
Enhanced Ambidextrous Form Factor
The improved Diamondback suits a wide variety of grip styles and hand sizes. Whether you're right- or left-handed, use a claw, palm, or fingertip grip, the Razer Diamondback stays comfortable in hand even during the most action-packed gaming marathons. Rubber side grips have been added for more control during lift-off and fast swipes.
Chroma Lighting with 16.8 Million Customizable Color Options
You can illuminate the Razer logo, scroll wheel, and side strips just the way you want. Each lighting location is individually customizable, allowing you to have a variety of lighting effects with a full spectrum of 16.8 million colors. The lighting effect modes include wave, spectrum cycling, breathing, static, and reactive.