Razer is often given credit as the driving force behind the creation of the gaming mouse and keyboard market, and that credit is largely deserved. Unlike Microsoft or Logitech, Razer devotes itself exclusively to gaming products, and as a result have been able to consistently deliver unique, high-quality products. The Lachesis, a high-end gaming mouse, is just another example, and you don't have to do more than glance at the Lachesis to see it is a premuimu product. Like an expensive suit, it strives for elegance more than attention, and depends on the quality of its construction to win over potential buyers. It looks and feels sturdier than just about any other mouse on the market, gaming or no.
The Lachesis is filled with tech. Its 4,000DPI laser optical technology is so precise that you'll have to dust your mouse-pad constantly, as even microscopic flecks of dirt will throw of your aim. Okay, I'm exaggerating - but the 4,000DPI rating is the highest you'll find on any gaming mouse sold today. The Lachesis also has 9 programmable buttons, among the highest that can be found on any mouse. This is infinitely useful in games. Heck, in some games you won't even need your keyboard. The Lachesis even has hints of practicality, as its design is ambidextrous, and its large size will be comfortable for hands that find some other mice too dainty.
One downside to the Lachesis is its price of approximately $80 dollars. You are getting what you paid for, but unless you specifically need a super-precise mouse, some of the Lachesis's features might be overkill. The Lachesis is also a rather large mouse, so while those of you with large paws will enjoy its long, wide construction, smaller folk will probably find the Lachesis difficult to use for long periods of time.