“Legacy,” the sequel to 1982’s hit movie “Tron,” races to theaters on the 17th of December. There are a plethora of ways you could get psyched up for the much awaited sequel but few can surpass Razer’s latest Tron endeavor.
This super sleek Tron gaming mouse ensures that you not only have a stylish mouse (that even rivals the Logitech MX-Air), but you’ve got one that can technically compete with any. The authentic blue lighting and sound effects ensure your usage will be a pure Tron experience. These unique features will even react to specific in game actions. With its symmetrical design, both right handed and left handed users can have a blast with this Tron mouse equally.
But, as I said above, this Tron mouse isn’t just for show. It sports seven hyperesponse buttons and a 5600 dpi 3.5g Laser, the most advanced Razer sensor available.
The beautiful underside is stamped with a Tron logo and features even more characteristic lighting.
It’s a super sharp mouse but it’s not one giant success. This Tron gaming mouse isn’t wireless. Attached to the front is a braided seven foot cable. It’s a sturdy cable, but a cable all the same. While many competitive gaming events require a wired mouse, most who purchase this won’t be attending these events. It’s truly an inconvenience for Tron fans looking for something more convenient and mobile. It’s also a missed opportunity for Razer. A sweet charging dock, possibly one similar to the Gyration Air Mouse Elite dock, could sport the same lighting and awesome theme. You’ll need just a free USB port to plug this in, but you’re also going to need at least 35MB of free hard disk space as the mouse requires driver installation. That, of course, means you’ll also need an internet connection, though I don’t think that’s too much to ask in 2010. The mouse will work with PCs running Windows 7, Windows Vista, Windows XP and Macs running OS X or higher. You may also enjoy one of these geeky computer mice mods.
With the onslaught of Tron media and merchandise hitting the market you’re probably wondering whether or not your bank account can withstand a Tron gaming mouse purchase. Well, it won’t be cheap. This piece of Tron memorabilia will run you $99.99, or around 10 Tron movie tickets.