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Razer Abyssus Essential mouse made available worldwide

28 April 2018 2

Razer’s Abyssus Essential mouse is now available across the world for purchase. The Abyssus Essential first launched in China as the Razer Jugan with its availability being limited to that country. The company has finally extended the market for this mouse, making it available worldwide. The Abyssus Essential falls under its Chroma family given its RGB lighting, a characteristic trait of many mice manufactured by Razer.

So, what makes the Abyssus Essential stand out from the rest of the company’s products? Well, one of the highlights of the mouse is its underglow lighting which reflects. This reflects the lighting off the mousepad instead of just showcasing a wide array of colours. As with all of its mice, the Abyssus Essential has the Razer logo on its face, centred at the bottom. The company has given its reason for bringing its Abyssus Essential to a worldwide market.

The Razer Abyssus Essential with its underglow lighting offers gamers a unique way to come on board the Razer Chroma ecosystem with over 16.8 million color options, lighting customizations, and interactive game effects. Gamers can now complete their battle stations with the full range of entry-level Chroma peripherals comprising of the Razer Cynosa Chroma keyboard, Goliathus Chroma mouse mat, and the Abyssus Essential.

The mouse is more than just a display of lights, it boasts of a 7,200 DPI optical sensor and three programmable buttons. The mouse is supported by Razer’s Synapse 3 software which allows you to program the buttons to your liking. The entry-level mouse is placed at a price of $49.99 and can be purchased from the Razer store as well as other online stores.



Razer Abyssus Essential mouse made available worldwide
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