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Abyssus


The Abyssus by Razer uses an Optical sensor from Avago, specifically the S3888, providing a DPI/CPI range of 450/1800/3500dpi. This results in a tracking speed of 60-120ips, and a maximum acceleration of 15g. It uses a USB connection with a 2.1 m cable. The Abyssus is considered to be an ambidextrous mouse. It weighs in at 72 g grams with the cable and is approximately 115 x 63 x 40 mm (LxWxH).

G Pro Gaming


The G Pro Gaming by Logitech uses an Optical sensor from Pixart, specifically the PMW3366, providing a DPI/CPI range of 200 - 12,000 dpi. This is combined with a 32-bit ARM. This results in a tracking speed of 300 ips, and a maximum acceleration of 40G. It uses a USB connection with a 2m cable. It weighs in at 129.5 g grams with the cable and 83 g without the cable and is approximately 116.6 x 62.15 x 38.2 mm (LxWxH).
Abyssus G Pro Gaming

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Abyssus


With rapid-fire tactile switches under the 3-button setup, each boasting a lifespan of up to 5 million clicks, and designed with ergonomic grooves for your fingers, you’ll always have speed, durability, and comfort in any gaming situation.

G Pro Gaming


Logitech G Pro Gaming mouse was inspired by the classic lines and simple construction of the Logitech G100 and G100s body made popular by top competitive esports professionals.