HP Laser Gaming Mouse
Released September, 2008
The Pros:Best in class resolution for a lower price. Well-design with beautiful tribal.
The Cons:Polling is slower than other top-of-the-line products (2ms vs. 1ms). Glossy finish may attract fingerprints. Only 5 profiles.
Announced in the middle of September 2008 alongside a budget model, the Laser Gaming Mouse VoodooDNA is a high end gamers mouse designed by HP and the engineers at Voodoo. Sharing similar functionality with the HDX budget model, the Gaming Mouse includes 5 programmable buttons with 5 different profiles, multiple DPI settings up to a slightly enhanced 3200dpi and a 500Hz polling rate.
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The major differences are found with the enhanced rubber thumb grip, the glossy outer finish, and the appearance of slightly higher quality buttons.
- multiple DPI settings, which can be changed in real time (400 to 3,200)
- 500Hz polling (low 2ms lag)
- 5 programmable buttons
- 5 profiles for multiple games/users
- Designed in part by Voodoo
User Reviews (6)
best in class resolution for a lower price
well-design with beautiful tribal
polling is slower than other top-of-the-line products (2ms vs. 1ms)
glossy finish may attract fingerprints
front feet is easily broken
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