When it comes to gaming mice, Razer is a company that probably comes to mind. The company has a variety of gaming mice designed for all kinds of games and needs and also price points. Now if price is something that is more of a priority, then you might be pleased to learn that Razer has unveiled the Abyssus Essential gaming mouse.

First of we should point out that the Abyssus Essential is not a new gaming mouse by any means. Instead this is a rebranding of an existing mouse, the Razer Jugan, which was previously launched in China. However Razer has decided to release the mouse worldwide and has given it a new name in the process.

As Razer also points out, the Abyssus Essential is also the successor to the Razer Abyssus V2 and in terms of features, it will come with Razer’s Chroma which adds an underglow lighting to the mouse. It also means that it will play nicely with the Chroma system which can react to different events in-game. The fact that the mouse is only $50 means that gamers on a budget won’t have to spend too much to enjoy these lighting effects as well.

There will also be a 7,200 DPI optical sensor and will feature an ambidextrous form factor, allowing gamers who are left or right-handed to use it without any issue. If this sounds like something you’re interested in, head on over to Razer’s website to purchase it.

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