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Old 24th September, 2008, 12:36 AM
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Raptor Gaming M3 Platinum Laser Mouse

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Raptor Gaming is a big name in PC gaming peripherals in its native Germany. However, here in blighty, I'd hazard a guess that the name is new to most of you. That could all be about to change, though, with the release of this, the Raptor Gaming M3 Platinum.
Raptor Gaming M3 Platinum Laser Mouse - TrustedReviews

Looks the part, but expensive!
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