(1) Razer Copperhead Tempest Blue RZ01-050100 Laser Mouse
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Need a mouse with more trademarks than a Disney video? You're gonna want the Razer Copperhead Tempest Blue Gaming Mouse. The world's most advanced laser sensor picks up 2000dpi and delivers it back to the 32K of onboard memory. With up to five unique gaming profiles, there's no more need to buy a different mouse for each game. Don't worry about how it will effect the mouse-based economy of Tuvalu. Just make your hand happy and your headshots more snappy with a Razer Copperhead Tempest Blue Gaming Mouse.
This mouse was designed by: Razer, the first name in streetwise mice. Seriously, if these things ever come to life it will make Skynet look like Microsoft Bob. They've got seven independently programmable Hyperesponse™ buttons and On-The-Fly Sensitivity™ adjustment!
Wear this mouse: I guess maybe you could paint it white and put a bunch on your head to look like those twins from Matrix Reloaded. It does have a seven foot cord and zero-acoustic Ultraslick™ Teflon feet.
Don't wear this mouse: to the airport. The gold-plated USB connector might activate the metal detector and then they'd confiscate it and you'd lose your Portal tournament because you'd have to use a Nintendo Power Glove instead.
This mouse tells the world: "I can handle 7080 frames per second and I've got 20g of acceleration! And GlowPipe™ non-slip side rails too!"
We call this color: Icymagic Blue. If only we had listened to the one lone voice of dissent in the shirt.woot forums perhaps we would not now be watching our entire business model crumble around our ears!
Warranty: 90 Day Razer
2000dpi Razer Precision™ laser sensor - the world's most advanced laser sensor, found in the Razer Copperhead
32KB Razer Synapse™ onboard memory - Powered by Razer Synapse™ - you can store up to five unique gaming profiles
1000Hz Ultrapolling™ / 1ms response time - compared to that of 125Hz / 8ms found in
conventional gaming mice, gives you the competitive edge over your
Hold, interloper! I traverse these lands on orders from my liege,
and I am sworn to see them through! Yea, 'tis true, I wear no standard
of heraldry. My lord believeth discretion to be the better part of
knightly valor. He's one of these privacy nuts; you know the type.
is the lot of the Black Knight--to serve no master, or to serve a master
unknown! I perform this duty in the shadow of those valiant warriors
who have gone before: Dane Whitman! Jamal Walker! And that quadruple
amputee who guards the bridge in Holy Grail!
though ye know not my lord's name nor title, still am I bound by mine
oath to him! And I shall uphold it, if it meaneth spilling thine
entrails on the earth to mark the spot upon which you tried to detain
me! Retreat, scoundrel, and preserve your life--or advance, have at, and
Yeah! You better walk away! 'Swhat I'm talkin' 'bout!
Wear this shirt: On your very own real-life Knight's Tour. That ought to keep you busy for a while.
wear this shirt: To travel in any manner other than two horizontal
spaces and one vertical space (or vice-versa) at a time. You want to
slide around diagonally? You're going to need a Bishop shirt for that.
This shirt tells the world: "None shall pass."
We call this color: Black Knight
3X - M: 12" x 17.61"
S-WS: 9" x 13.2"
Color(s): - White - 802 C - Cool Gray 3 C - Cool Gray 7 C - Cool Gray 10 C
Sorry to be so abrupt, but we've got no time to chit-chat. If you want
this exquisite Schug Carneros Estate Winery three-pack - and if you
enjoy wine, you do - act fast. Like, now. If you dawdle, if you tarry,
if you delay, we can't promise anything.
It's not just
because it might sell out, although that's always a possibility with
wines this good. No, you need to buy before Walter Schug learns more
about Woot, realizes what kind of penny-ante rinky-dink outfit he's
gotten mixed up with, and severs all ties to Wine.Woot.
this is Walter Schug we're talking about. The guy who introduced Syrah
to California. The man responsible for California's first proprietary
Bordeaux-style blend. He started making wine in the Rhineland in 1953,
and spent the '70s making Joseph Phelps Vineyards a California
powerhouse with legendary vineyard-designated Cabernets. Then he
founded Schug Carneros Estate Winery in 1980, establishing an
impeccable reputation for classic winemaking values.
really want to be associated with a company whose most innovative
achievement is something called the Bag O' Crap? Did he move to
Carneros to indulge his passion for Chardonnay and Pinot Noir, only to
wind up sharing bandwidth with the Screaming Monkey?
not about to ask him. All we can do is keep our heads down and offer
these three instant classics while we can. They say the cool, marine
climate of Carneros does some amazing things for Pinot Noir and
Chardonnay, and these two bottles of those varietals each hold 750 mL
of supporting evidence.
We're especially jazzed about the Schug 2006 Sonoma Coast Chardonnay. See, Wine Spectator
named the 2005 Chardonnay the best white wine value in the world, and
we're thirsting to see if the '06 lives up to its reputation. If we
have to down glass after glass analyzing its brisk, bright fruit
flavors and buttery-smooth texture, well, that's a sacrifice we're
willing to make in the pursuit of knowledge.
excitement over the Chard isn't meant to take anything away from the
Schug 2006 Sonoma Coast Pinot Noir. Hard to believe this much robust
raspberry and cherry flavor can be had for a mere twentyish bucks a
bottle. Just goes to show you don't have to be rich to drink rich.
top of all this, it almost seems greedy to take a bottle of Schug 2003
"Heritage Reserve" Merlot. But we will. When we think about its smoky
cherry and coffee bouquet and its full-bodied cassis and chocolate
flavors, all thoughts of morality go out the window. We just want more,
Maybe Walter Schug won't get wise to the setup.
Maybe he'll be too busy maintaining the Schug standards of winecraft to
waste too much brainpower on a Mickey Mouse operation like us. But
maybe he won't. And maybe you better jump on this Schug Three-Pack
before the jig is up.