When does DPI become Irrelevant?

Just when we thought the world wasn't big enough for another gaming mouse, Razer unveils the Lachesis—a 4000 dpi behemoth. Not sure how fast that is? Take your average mouse and multiply its speed and sensitivity by five. Most non-gaming mice clock in around the 800 dpi range, while today's gaming mice peak at a blistering 3200 dpi. Razer's Speedy Gonzales (if you will) reminds us of a popular quote from Nvidia Chief Scientist David Kirk: "Why use a screwdriver when you can use a sledgehammer?"

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