Lusting after Razer's green titanium mouse

Another hit design, as far as we're concerned.


We have gushed over Razer's gaming equipment before, having been particularly fond of its mouse designs. (Who could resist a name like "DeathAdder," after all?)

So we were more than a little pleased to see that it's resurrecting what Electronista calls one of its best-known models. The "Boomslang Collector's Edition 2007" updates its original design with a titanium finish and a distinctive green glow "that adds an eerie effect and also helps locate the mouse in a darkened room during a game session." No price has been disclosed yet for the limited-edition item, but we're willing to buy one even if it means we can't afford any more games.

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