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OCZ Technology Dominatrix Laser Gaming Mouse
Author: JimBowy
Manufacturer: OCZ Technology
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OCZ Technology Dominatrix Laser Gaming Mouse
October 28, 2008

This review will be taking a look at a provocatively named new mouse from OCZ Technology that includes features like on-the-fly resolution management, adjustable mouse weights, and an ergonomic design. Just this short list of items makes the Dominatrix laser gaming mouse sound promising; just don't expect this dominatrix to bend you over a table and give you a spanking!


The promotional image above provides an overview of the OCZ Technology Dominatrix laser gaming mouse where we see that it has a unique design highlighted by a variety of extra buttons. Before taking a closer look at the mouse provided for review, let's take a look at the list of features and specifications, as taken from the official product page on the OCZ Technology website.

Features:

Set X&Y axes (independently) up to 3200 DPI w/software
Onboard memory (save profiles)
Customizable weight cartridges (up to 40g)
4-way tilt scroll wheel
3 Custom modes
Click/Keystroke Recording
Unlimited Script Profiling/Grouping
Import/Export Profiles
Loop and Fire Key Recording Capability
Ability to Record in Intervals/Duration

Specifications:

DPI Settings: 400/800/1600/2000
500Hz Polling/Report Rate
Max Tracking speed: up to 45 in/second
Frame Rate: 7080 frames/second
Software setup included
Operating System: Windows XP, Vista (32/64 bit)
3-Year Warranty

Packaging and Accessories:

The OCZ Technology Dominatrix laser gaming mouse comes packaged in the box shown in the below left image. A hard plastic shell protects the mouse from scratches and other damage.

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In addition to the mouse, you receive the accessories shown in the above right image. Tucked in to the box is a container of mouse weights, a manual, and a driver/software CD.

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