Razer announced that its Abyssus Essential mouse is now available worldwide. The company’s latest entry-level gaming mouse originally debuted in China as the Razer Jugan, but along with the expanded availability comes a new moniker that’s more in line with Razer’s other products.
As you might expect from Razer, the Abyssus Essential comes equipped with RGB lighting, making it yet another component of the company’s growing Chroma ecosystem. The Abyssus Essential differentiates itself from all the other RGB gaming mice with underglow lighting that reflects your desired colour off your mousepad instead of merely emitting your favourite hue from its top or sides.
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 colour 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 ambidextrous mouse is equipped with a 7,200 DPI optical sensor and three programmable Razer Hyperesponse buttons that are rated for 10 million clicks. It’s also compatible with the Razer Synapse 3 software, of course, which allows you to program the Razer Hyperesponse buttons and decide exactly how you want the Abyssus Essential to light up your life.
The Abyssus Essential is available at the Razer Store for $49.99 USD/ €49.99 EUR.