HP OMEN Reactor Gaming Mouse Review

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HP is expanding its OMEN line of gaming gear with a new high-end mouse it calls the Reactor (See it on Amazon). The name is a reference to the fact that it is the first mouse (to my knowledge) that uses switches that are optical-mechanical, theoretically allowing for faster clicking since you just have to break a light beam to register a click instead of waiting for a metal switch to rock back into place. It’s also got RGB lighting, adjustable ergonomics, and what HP says is the industry’s first steel USB cable. By my count that’s two industry firsts, in one mouse, making its lofty price tag of $79.99 not too surprising.

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