Razer’s new mouse has a clutch for your thumb

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Before today I didn’t know I needed a clutch on my mouse, but now I’m wondering how I ever lived without. Razer’s new Basilisk gaming mouse has a customizable clutch for your thumb. It seems to be best suited for actions that are more of a “press-and-hold” kind of a thing than a single “click” moment. Push-to-talk is the first thing that comes to mind.

Razer’s default configuration for the clutch is as a temporary DPI adjustment, which is often useful for sniping scenarios — you want high sensitivity to move your scope large distances, and then low sensitivity to make micro adjustments in service of a headshot.

But Razer also mentions that this clutch would be useful for “item pick-up,” which reminds me that PUBG is the most popular game…

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